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Mitsubishi MU-2B from KTNP to KSEZ

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P3D v3.1, ASN, Rex4

Flysimware Mitsubishi MU-2B-60

29Palms KTNP

FTX Sedona Airport

Blue Sky Scenery Arizona and California

 

 

Taxiing at Twentynine Palms

 

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Shadows in the cockpit are really cool

 

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Mitsubishi MU-2B is a beautiful airplane

 

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Crossing California/Arizona border at Needles

 

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Hualapai and Aquarius Mountains

 

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More photorealistic scenery (freeware Blue Sky Scenery)

 

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Turning over Prescott to a Sedona direction

 

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Descent to Sedona

 

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Passing Cottonwood during the descent

 

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Sedona in sight

 

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I was calculating my ToD to be at 7000 MSL over Sedona airport but I started my descent too late (5 miles past the ToD) so I ended a little high and fast over Sedona airport

 

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Upwind leg for left hand traffic

 

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On a downwind leg

 

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On final

 

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and landing

 

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Turning to taxiway

 

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Looking for parking spot

 

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Founded! :)

 

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Awesome pics, amazing flight. Very often I fly out of KTNP (by 29Palms) and explore the socal deserts (Blue Sky). Haven't flown to KSEZ yet.

 

I missed the holiday sale and the discounted Sedona  :mad:

 

How was the transition from Blue Sky scenery to the Orbx scenery? KTNP matches beautifully with the patch.

 

Cheers.


Aaron Thacker

 

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How was the transition from Blue Sky scenery to the Orbx scenery? KTNP matches beautifully with the patch.

It blends nicely. You can see it on my screens labeled Descent to Sedona and Sedona in sight. Blue Sky scenery is little darker but the overal impression is pretty compact.

 

Yes, 29Palms made a great job with all those compatibility options (FTX SCA, FTX Global, Megascenery, Blue Sky scenery).

 

Cheers.

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Awesome!!! :wub:


José Luís
 
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