Germany South Part IV

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Germany South Part IV : From the East to the Center: Land of poets and thinkers

We start at Dresden (EDDC) and zig-zag our way to the Wasserkuppe (EDER), the famous birthplace of German Glider flying. 

In between we will land at Nobitz (EADC), Jena Schongleina (EDBJ, an ORBX airport), Erfurt (EDDE), Eisenach (EDGE), and Brandensteinsebene (EDQC). We will see many interesting, historic places like Augustusburg, Altenburg, Weimar, the Wartburg and more. And some more castles of course. 


Flightplan & Pilots Guide:
Available here.

The route is 305 miles, so we should take a plane that cruises with about 170 KIAS. I think I'll take the A2A Comanche again. But as always, the choice is yours.

Recommended scenery:
Orbx Germany South.

ORBX Jena Schongleina (EDBJ), not necessary but nice to have. All other airports we land on are enhanced (like in all full regions from ORBX), so no other addons are required.

Date and time: Saturday December 2, 2017, 19:00 UTC
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Recommend that you set your initial clock to 12:30 hours in local time to account for flight time and the usual "faffing about" time.

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This sequence of Pilots' Guides is just terrific.
Much appreciated.

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Definitely not for entertainment purposes.
Here is one of the more moving bits of radio that you'll want to hear. This is Edward R. Murrow reporting on his witness of the liberation of Buchenwald in April 1945. (The full version has some distortion in the first several minutes. Here is a second shortened version with photographs.)
The is here not for our present usage...but for future reference.

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