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Airliner Flying in the US in P3d v5HF2

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HI!  I'm looking for some suggestions for airline flying in the USA in P3D v5.  I have flown airliners mostly in the UK (where I live) and Europe and VFR in ORBX in the US.  I am now looking to branch out into airliner flying in the USA.  Based on the following criteria:

- flights of about 1/1.5 hours (maybe up to 2 hours max)

- more provincial/smaller airports (not really wanting to taxi for 20 minutes!)

- airport suitable for Airbus 320/Boeing 737.

could anyone suggest some good airport add ons and flight plans (just airport to airport - not looking for detailed flight plans) with rough timings.  I'm looking to buy 2-3 Airport add-ons to start.  I have ORBX Global/Open LC NA/ Buildings/Trees/Terra Flora True Earth Washington and Oregon, Pacific NW/Pacific Fjords/Northern California/ Central & Northern Rockies and Southern Alaska  plus numerous airports - but mostly small, regional ones.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Rich Cooke

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Go to https://flightaware.com/.  You can see all of the flights around to world.  By selecting Live Flight Tracking you can see flights by operator, equipment, or airports.  See if that helps.


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KPDX (Flightbeam) Portland Intl
KRNO (PacSim)  Reno-Tahoe Intl
KJAC (ORBX) Jackson Hole
KGPI (Turbulent/Orbx) Glacier Park/Kalispell MT

Flights between pairs in this group of small/medium-sized regional airport sceneries are 1-2 hours, and you've already got the relevant ORBX regional scenery.  Some nice scenic mountain flying.

 


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1 to 1-1/2 hour (or so) flights

KBWI / KBOS 

KBWI / KCLT

KPHX / KLAS

KORD / KMSP

KSFO / KPHX

KSFO / KLAS

slightly longer flights

KMCO / KIAD

KBWI / KORD

KMSP / KDEN

KDEN / KLAS


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Alaska airlines and Southwest have many short flights up and down the west coast.  KSAN to KSJC, KPSP to KBUR, all excellent with Orbx.


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