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dva51

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Hello to all :smile:

after a silence long enough, "I knock again" the portal with this topic to inform (this time do not talk about scenery), of a little work that I hope may be of interest to some other flight enthusiasts, although it has been done something similar before.
It's just planning a world tour in 50 sections, which I made (with some difficulty) and I'd like to share with other simmers. Although flights I made are not professional, I have to say I'm "crash-fallen" very few times (mainly with "special" aircrafts).
I will not go further, but only with a link to the presentation.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/38829151/FS9/The%20World%20Tour.pdf
Trusting to read someone interested and postponing the next hints to small videos made for all flights

I greet all wishing
good flight!
:wink:  Aldo

(Sorry for the imperfect language)

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:smile:  Following the above presentation, I inform you that the material is availabe in Library.
Comments (even critical,  B)  in moderation) are welcome.

Have a nice World Tour
:wink:  Aldo

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Hi all :smile:

on following the links for the first videos

thanks in advance for watching

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bye

:wink:  Aldo

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Hello to everybody :smile:
following the links to other videos uploaded
thanks in advance for watching
 

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bye

:wink:Aldo

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Hi :smile:

some other steps of the tour

ciao

:wink:  Aldo

 

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Hello :smile:

... After crossing Asia and touched Australia, the Tour continues across the Pacific ocean, then in America: first up to the north, to east, to west and then back down to the  central-south America ...
 

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bye

:wink:  Aldo

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... From central America we come down to the Andes, to the Pampas and Brazil; then we fly over the Atlantic Ocean with a stop in South Africa to go up to the islands east; cross back again central Africa to the west, then up to the northern zone, to go back east toward the pyramids and beyond the Arabian Peninsula; we leave Africa for Europe: route to the Aegean ...

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... next steps to go back home :smile:

ciao

:wink: Aldo
 

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Europe: shorter routes. From the Greek peninsula to the Iberia; then in french land and up to the British island, by then route to Scandinavia; so Netherlands, German Hesse, Switzerland till the return for Italy, in the Venetian lagoon; then the capital and home, where we started, 50 flights ago (more than 63,000 miles and almost 150 hours ... virtual of course!)
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saying goodbye,

I want to send you all my best wishes for a Merry Christmas and peaceful new year, better than the previous ones

:smile:  Aldo

 

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