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We return to Norway for two flights. 

The first flight takes us from Rygge to Oslo, Norway's Capital City and from there around the south coast of Norway all the way up to Bergen. Included are a couple of landings and visits to some fjords, among them the large Hardanger Fjord.

Details of the flight and some information about points of interest enroute can be found HERE.

Flight Plan is HERE

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Recommended Scenery: Orbx Norway

In case you have Hendrik Nielsen's Shipping AI installed be sure to turn it on. There are many ships and boats of all typs and sizes to be found around Norway's coast and in it's fjords.

The flight covers almost 500 NM with five intermediate landings, so we should cruise with around 250 KIAS in order to land at Bergen before dark.

Particulars

Date and time: August 6, 2017, 1800 UTC

Where: AVSIM RTWR TeamSpeak - Casual Flights Channel

TeamSpeak Server Address: ts.teamavsim.com

Cross-Platform Multiplayer: JoinFS

 

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 1915 in local time to account for flight time and the usual "faffing about" time. This way we will arrive at Bergen around 30 minutes before dusk.

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Since opening a ticket with PMDG about CTD on touchdown with the DC-6, I have completed four flights without incident.  Figure it's time to put it to the test in a Saturday multiplayer session.  

My ride for Saturday in Rygge getting prep'd for the fun.

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I did the test flights for Norway also in the DC-6, worked fine. Looking forward to flying this event on Saturday with the DC-6 as well....

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Fun day flying the propliners today.

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Nick's sedate approach tested Ron's ability to fly slow.  

 

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Ron was having none of it and demonstrated his 'uber' fomula one passing skills.

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Yep, was good fun, nice pics Jeff.  Sorry, the route was a bit too long. 

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The route wasn't long, but flying formation(self inflicted) for so long takes it out of an old fella! Thanks for the ride Gunter.

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