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I thought someone was saying month or so ago that we should have a 747v3 group flight when it's released. I don't know where the thread goes however.


Vincent Moy

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Mine will probably be a short hop just to take it for a spin to see how it handles by hand.  Taking off from Lihue (PHLI) in sunny conditions and doing a few turns around the Island experimenting with the handling will be fun.  Then flying approximately 110 degrees coming in for a nice long approach to Honolulu (PHNL) RWY 80L only about 25 min away.

 

Certainly not a flight where I'll learn the FMC and bells and whistles, or follow regulations, etc. (please don't bust my balls die-hards) but hey- it's the first flight and I want to get the lady right into the air.  I best most of us won't be able to resist the urge to simply gun-it-and-go for that first flight.

 

Once I get that out of my system, I look forward to going through the tutorial and savoring every minute of it.

 

Mark Trainer


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Probably BAW 58 FACT to EGLL


R. Francois Myburgh

 

"I have made a ceaseless effort not to ridicule, not to bewail, not to scorn human actions, but to understand them."

Baruch Spinoza (because to quote Bertrand Russell would have been offensive)

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United KORD-KSFO


Robert Schumacher

My PC: EVGA GTX 1080 FTW, i7 6700k OC'd to 4.6, ASUS Rog Maximus VIII Hero Mobo, 16GB DDR4 3200 RAM, 2 Intel 750 Series SSDs, Creative Sound Blaster Z.

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I'm stuck between:

KLM661 // EHAM-KIAH
UAL881 // KORD-RJAA


Gabriel Guzman, KIAH
 

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it will be local flights. just to get used to the aircraft before going to long haul. so EGKK - LFPG or EGLL - LFPG. those two are my testing routes. not too far, but i get enough time to sort the aircraft out properly.

 

when im used to flying her, my proper routes will be EGLL - KPHX - EGLL as BAW289 (to PHX) and BAW288 (to LHR).

 

James Fakeri

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Whatever the tutorial flight is, if it comes with one. That will happen after a few quality hours with the manuals first though :wink:

 

Glenn Davy

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Test flights at KPAE, and between KBFI, then delivery to KLAS. Ill most likely  flying around with BBJ colors on Pilotedge.


-Sean L

PPL + IFR, SEL HP/Complex.. LAS WN Ground Ops

 

 

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Would seem appropriate that everyone pick up their keys (and yes they give us keys) and boxed lunches at the delivery centre and then on to your head office locations.

 

I myself will be taking it from Seattle to Montreal with the customary low pass over the field to celebrate the arrival of a new aircraft type - well re-entry in to service for AC


Dave Robertson

BE20, BE35, BE02, C560, CRJ, MD80, E190, B777

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KPAE-KPAE, local 1-5H to test the bird

or

LLBG-LLBG same flight(1-5 H test flight)


Stas H.

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VATSIM ID 999196

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