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First REAL Flight

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I wanted to share some pics I took during a quick flight from EKCH to ESSA.  This flight was more of a test than anything, but quick enough I could do this evening with the limited time I had.  Nothing too extraordinary here, just using what I have flying with lately, the Aerosoft Airbus A320, REX TD w/SC, ASN FlyTampa's Copenhagen and ORBX's Stockholm/Arlanda and lastly MyTraffic 6.

 

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-Jim

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Very nice I would say you have clouds now - well done


Rich Sennett

               

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Fantastic shots! Especially the evening ones with what looks like an overcast.

 

Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks folks.  This is my first time posting screenshots here, so apologies if the format is not correct.  I am hopeful I can find the correct info on how to get the upper level clouds to show up, then the skies will look perfect.

 

-Jim


Engage, research, inform and make your posts count! -Jim Morvay

Origin EON-17SLX - Under the hood: Intel Core i7 7700K at 4.2GHz (Base) 4.6GHz (overclock), nVidia GeForce GTX-1080 Pascal w/8gb vram, 32gb (2x16) Crucial 2400mhz RAM, 3840 x 2160 17.3" IPS w/G-SYNC, Samsung 950 EVO 256GB PCIe m.2 SSD (Primary), Samsung 850 EVO 500gb M.2 (Sim Drive), MS Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit

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So I guess the titel should probably be first "realistic" flight?  I though I was going to see somebody's shots of flying a real world airplane for the first time...

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Great shots, the scenery looks fantastic!

 

 

So I guess the titel should probably be first "realistic" flight?  I though I was going to see somebody's shots of flying a real world airplane for the first time...

 

Me too! I feel like I was fooled! hahaha (no hard feelings though)


Jaime Beneyto

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Great shots Jim - and one of my favourite short hops too.

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