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Schiphol ATC is always good for a laugh.... it needs to be, took me half an hour to taxi to the active Rwy 36L!

Pics are from my flight K4204 Amsterdam/New York.

If you would like to see the full flight in with sound and motion check here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sy37ah4sFzk

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Excellent set!

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What was the fuel burn just for taxi with the Queen?? :ho: Great set, Ed!


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Just watched the vid. :cool: The only time a Flat Earth is acceptable in polite society is when a person is using FS9. I love the dynamic, external ground shots. cheers!

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54 minutes ago, HighBypass said:

What was the fuel burn just for taxi with the Queen?? :ho: Great set, Ed!

Fuel on the blocks was 82200 kilograms. After engine start and taxi to the active. 78500 kilograms.

Fuel used 3700 kilograms. I did actually end up with a low fuel warning as I was parking up in JFK. 😀 

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I'll tell ya, your one simmer who's sure got his money's worth with FS2004.  Forgot how good the platform can look 😎.

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On 12/11/2019 at 5:05 PM, Clutch Cargo said:

I'll tell ya, your one simmer who's sure got his money's worth with FS2004.  Forgot how good the platform can look 😎.

FS9.x will be make it to 2020 that's for sure. 😍

My post is missing a cockpit shot..... on KJFK ILS Rwy 31R. 

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I was always wondering what exactly is "FS9.x "....🙂...it's now slowly sinking in....!

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12 hours ago, P_7878 said:

I was always wondering what exactly is "FS9.x "....🙂...it's now slowly sinking in....!

Soon to be FS9.Xu 🤣

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