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PC-21 in Switzerland

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My first flight in a new Pilatus PC-21 from LSPU Munster Airport in Switzerland. I hope the screenshots are of interest 🙂.

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Another nice set !

Nice upsidedowns..

cheers 😉

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28 minutes ago, pmplayer said:

Another nice set !

Nice upsidedowns..

cheers 😉

Thank you kindly. Upside down flying provides the best view of the ground! 🙂.

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38 minutes ago, Alaska738 said:

Great shots! 😉 

Thank you Will 🙂.

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The bird in its native territory hehe.  Nice pics.  What airport is that?

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23 minutes ago, ryanbatc said:

The bird in its native territory hehe.  Nice pics.  What airport is that?

Thanks Ryan. It's LSPU Munster - available from orbx 🙂.

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Really cool !!

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I'm upside down by the beauty of these shots and the green/red contrast works very well.

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2 hours ago, bernd1151 said:

Really cool !!

Many thanks Bernd 🙂.

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50 minutes ago, ikbenik said:

I'm upside down by the beauty of these shots and the green/red contrast works very well.

Thank you Johnny. The PC-21 (as in real life) handles well 🙂.

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Opening shots on the ground really give one a feel for this site.

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Cool shots Paul.  Is this the plane they used in a 007 movie?  I just finished watching all of them from first to last.

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5 hours ago, John F said:

Opening shots on the ground really give one a feel for this site.

Thank you John. It's a beautifully situated airfield 🙂

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1 hour ago, Jack_Sawyer said:

Cool shots Paul.  Is this the plane they used in a 007 movie?  I just finished watching all of them from first to last.

Thanks Jack. I don't know the answer to your question, but Courchevel was a  location for the James Bond film, “GoldenEye”, in which a PC-6 made its big appearance. I think that the Pilatus factory appeared in another 007 movie 🙂

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