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Crossing the Red - Continued

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The route across Australia continues from Halls Creek.  The announcement post (link below) has the full route details including required scenery.

Crossing the Red - Annoucement

Part 2 of the Pilots Guide can be downloaded here:  Crossing the Red - Part 2

Particulars

Date and time: Saturdays March 18 1900 UTC

Where: AVSIM RTWR Teamspeak - Casual Flights Channel

Teamspeak Server Address: ts.teamavsim.com

Cross-Platform Multiplayer: JoinFS. Latest TEST version is here. (FSX, FSX-SE, and P3D)

 

If you want to help others enjoy the multiplayer experience, don't forget to enter your aircraft details on the multiplayer spreadsheet (linked here). Your courtesy will save others a lot of time and effort. Thanks!

 

Recommend that you set your initial clock to dusk minus 3.5 hours in local time to account for flight time and the usual "faffing about" time.

 

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Excellent Pilots Guide, Jeff. Thanks.

BTW. 1900 UTC is 1500 EDT, 1400 CDT and 1200 PDT. Due to an earlier implementation of Daylight Savings Time, North Americans will be "off schedule" for a couple of weeks.

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The gang on the tarmac at YAYE with Uluru in the background.
Foreground: Jeff (B200), Mike (PC12), Nick (B200); Background: Bert & Gunter (PC12s), Ron (Lancair).

CS_YAYE_Gang.jpg

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Aah, look at me playing with the big boys. :biggrin: I got me one of those PC12s now. :cool:

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Saturday the 24th flight - really trying to make this one. Have a scheduled EAA event tomorrow but it looks good for getting home in time.

A few questions -

  1. Where are we starting from?
  2. Fast (>200kts) or slow aircraft?
  3. Short field ops? 

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4 hours ago, spokes2112 said:
  1. Where are we starting from?
  2. Fast (>200kts) or slow aircraft?
  3. Short field ops? 

i.  YAYE (Ayers Rock)

ii. Work Plane (King Air, PC12, ...)

iii. Dirt strips in the outback, RFDS type of flying  

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COOLIO - Was hoping for a transport mission! Need to actually fly this bird instead of sitting on the runway programming away.

With Larry's permission I have created a stripped down proxy for the soon to be released LDR C-119G. A link for the download is available only by private PM or e-mail.

Here she is on short final at 9WS2, my base of programming operations. With a working JATO, War Emergency Power & Reversing Props one can get in or out of just about anywhere (depending on load). With a full load of Jeeps & 50% fuel in the mains it is not a problem at Antique Aerodrome, which has a grass runway of 2200'. 

SS_18Mar17_193427_N44.36618_W88.15865.jp

 

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Great flight!

Someone, asked me enroute, if a popup version of the GNS530 could be added to the PC12 with a GTN750 in the panel.

I've now added it, personal request via PM with email address, please.

 

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