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Flying Panamerican with an old DC-6

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Hi, here are some screenshots from my All American tour with an old DC-6 (correct, not the DC-6B). Perhaps you have followed my route from Europe over the Atlantic to Alaska; here is the sequel.

 

 

Starting in Anchorage, Alaska

 

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Somewhere over the Pacific

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xxxx happens (note engine #3)

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All four working again

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Near the Californian coast

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Going transcontinental: Pikes Peak

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Near St. Louis

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Landing at San Juan, Puerto Rico, after crossing the southeastern US and Florida

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San Juan - Maiquetia

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From Venezuela to Colombia

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At Villavicencio, recently home of some old propliners. Today, only an old Antonov crowds the apron.

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To Ecuador - over the Andes

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Couldn't resist to re-open old Mariscal Sucre airport in Quito...

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... where, in my sim, some regional flights and/or defunct airlines as well as some heritage planes still operate.

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I hope you have fun!

 

Regards,

Harald


   Harald Geyer
   Gründer der Messerschmitt Freunde Dresden v. V.

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Great one the DC-6, love those screenshots!

 

HLJAMES

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***Classic Beauty*** Thank You for sharing these Amazing Shots :smile: 


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Patrick

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Many thanks guys for your compliments!


   Harald Geyer
   Gründer der Messerschmitt Freunde Dresden v. V.

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Gee, a real airplane with real propellors and real engiines that gulp fuel and oil by the gallon.  Fine series.


Dan George (woodhick)
Check out Greenbrier Aero Club, the VA for and about the GA pilot.

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Wow, you covered quite some distance, Harald  :wink:  :wink:

 

Every time I see you screenies, I have to remind myself: no it's not FSX or better, this is the good old FS9 machine you marvel at. As always, very well done my friend

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Great shot of the old bird. Love those sunsets.


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Again many thanks. Yeah, this is an old plane within and old simulator, but it is so much fun flying it.

 

Sascha, I frankly don't know anymore which trees these are. It's some freeware, and I have forgotten which one...


   Harald Geyer
   Gründer der Messerschmitt Freunde Dresden v. V.

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