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Royal Turbine Duke crossing the Atlantic (DSR 4K pics) #1

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Hello fellow pilots !


I am conveying a Turbine Duke from America to Europe. For the first leg of my trip, I took off from Shefferville (CYKL, Canada) to Nuuk (BGGH, Greenland). About 800 nm of which 600+ over the cold waters of the Northern Atlantic Ocean.


The first pic below shows the flightplan a few minutes after starting the engines in the freezing cold morning mist of Canada.































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Thank you all for your kind and encourageing comments

The installation of the weather radar is pretty straightforward, provided you have Activesky Next installed.

I know that autoquoting may be seen as a strong sign of self-esteem but I already detailed the installation in a previous post  :wink:



It is limited to ASN users. If you have ASN :


- download the weather radar gauge from the library


- setup your Royal Turbine for 2 GTN units (Realair Tool), but do not enable the 2nd GTN to save performance (F1 tool)


- modify your panel.cfg as below, where xx is the number following your last gauge (it should be 20 if you did not modify your panel.cfg previously)





gaugexx=RolasnRadar!ORadGauge, 398,563,390,460, sweep|beam|icing|nogps


This integration perfectly fits and works, but you have to click on the radar screen as there is no button. Upper right tunes the radar range, upper left the angle of scan, and left middle cycles between power off / test mode / normal mode.


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Thank you very much for the description, I will also set it up!


Good info, no worrys about self esteem :-)

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Cool shots and thanks for the tips on the weather radar.  Nuuk scenery is that the Aerosoft one?

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