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Mike's "Dangerous Approach"

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Hi,After reading Peter's recent post I couldn't resist and had to have a go myself.The attachment is a small zip file with the necessary files for this Lugano approach in the Bombardier Lear45.Try it and see how you fair, it's fun! :)MikeEDIT: Zip files are not to be uploaded and disseminated via our forums. Please do not do this again.


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Well, did any of you try it? Thawed out yet?!Too easy some of you may say. Okay, try it with one of the default heavies with a full load or, say, a BAC 1-11 or a 727 and see if you can avoid getting an unwelcome cold bath :)Just stay on the current heading until you see the runway. You aren't quite lined up but should have plenty time to get organized.Mike


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Guest Peter Sidoli

AlsoTry a departure off 19 in a small single climbing on runway heading to 8 dme.See if you dont hit the mountain in front ;-)peter

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Guest stevehow

have you been there in real life peter???looks very ..... steve

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Hi Tom,"Zip files are not to be uploaded and disseminated via our forums. Please do not do this again."....I promise and I do apologize for my transgression :(Just a thought: Wouldn't it be possible to have a separate category in the library for 'FS2004 Flight Situations' and then we could upload our files and link to them from the main forum? Just a thought, and I'm not trying to twist your arm...as if I would }( Regards,MikeEdit: I'm always having afterthoughts! On further consideration, perhaps the above suggestion would be unworkable as I can see there would be a risk of swamping the main forum with this type of post. Best forget it.


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