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Flying the wodka burner

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We were asked to bring a big load of cuckoo clocks from the Black Forest to Marseille. Our old “wodka burner” Antonov 12 was just the right size for this important task

 

We depart from Freiburg in the southern part of the Black Forest, cross some of Western Switzerland in order to fly along the French Alps until we reach the Mediterranean coast and Marseille.

 

The weather along the route should be fine (scenery is France VFR photoreal)

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Over Switzerland

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We have entered French airspace

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On final approach

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How about a glass of pastis later on

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Fantastic cargo plane and marvelous scenery....love that!

 

HLJAMES

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Thank's a lot gents, much appreciated

 

Beautiful scenery, great shots!! Is that X Plane 10?

That's P3D 2.5 

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