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  1. Galicia & Asturias Located in Atlantic Europe Galicia is bordered by Portugal to the south, Asturias to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Galicia is characterized by a hilly landscape; mountain ranges rise to 6,600 ft in the east and south. The coastal areas are mostly an alternate series of rias and beaches. We depart from Vigo (LEVX) and proceed north to the famous Santiago de Compostela Cathedral followed by a landing at Santiago (LEST). The route continues west to the small general aviation airport A Fervenza (LEMZ), then north to the Roman lighthouse - the Tower of Hercules before landing at A Coruna’s Alvedro Airport (LECO). We depart to the north then east to reach the Beach of the Cathedrals on the northwest coast of Spain and then a landing at Villaframil Airport (LEVF) on the coast. We follow the Biscay coast for a landing at Aeropuerto De Asturias (LEAS) near the industrial city of Avilés. After departure we overfly the Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Centre (an Asobo POI) before heading inland across magnificent mountain territory of Las Ubiñas-La Mesa Natural Park and on to Leon (LELN). Departing Leon a circuit around León Cathedral then we proceed north crossing the Picos de Europa before reaching the Bay of Biscay. The Palacio de Deportes de Santander is our last Asobo POI before landing at our destination Santander (LEXJ) The route is 400nm and an aircraft capable of a cruise speed of 200knts will work will. I plan to provide entertaining landings in the SWS PC-12. Flight Plan and Weather Theme Presets HERE Optional Scenery LEMZ - A Fervenza, Mazaricos - Naturmaz for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS A Coruna,The galicia region of Northwest Spain for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS International airport Aeropuerto de Asturias (LEAS) SPAIN for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS BMW – Subscription Airports (remember to enable if you have them installed) Vigo [LEVX] – BEAUTIFUL MODEL of the WORLD Leon Airport [LELN] – BEAUTIFUL MODEL of the WORLD Seve Ballesteros-Santander [LEXJ] – BEAUTIFUL MODEL of the WORLD Recommend Departure time of 2:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Saturday May 6, 18:00 UTC RTWR Multiplayer Discord Channel MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
  2. Patagonia - Part 3 We depart from Comandante Armando Tola International Airport (SAWC) in the city of El Calafate. El Calafate began in the first decades of the twentieth century. Originally, it was simply a sheltering place for wool traders and has developed into an important tourist destination as the hub to visit different parts of the Los Glaciares National Park, including Perito Moreno Glacier, Cerro Chaltén, and Cerro Torre. The most recent World Altitude Gliding record of 74,333 ft was set near El Calafate on September 2, 2018 by Jim Payne and Tim Gardner in the new Perlan 2 glider (with pressurized cabin). Lago Argentino is the largest freshwater lake in Argentina, with a surface area of 546 sq miles. The lake lies within the Los Glaciares National Park in a landscape with numerous glaciers and is fed by the glacial meltwater of several rivers, the water from Lake Viedma brought by the La Leona River, and many mountain streams. Its drainage basin amounts to more than 6,564 sq miles. Waters from Lake Argentino flow into the Atlantic Ocean through the Santa Cruz River. Perito Moreno Glacier is one of the most important tourist attractions in the Argentine Patagonia. The glacier is one of 48 glaciers fed by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field located in the Andes system shared with Chile which has a small part of the origins of the glacier. This ice field is the world's third largest reserve of fresh water. PERITO MORENO Patagonia - By drone in 4K (youtube.com) The route follows the glacial valleys and lakes southward then jogs east for our first landing at Cerro Guido (SCGD). This is the jump off point for our flyby of the Torre de Paine. The Torres del Paine are the distinctive three granite peaks of the Paine mountain range or Paine Massif. From left to right they are known as Torre d'Agostini, Torre Central and Torre Monzino. They extend up to 2,500 metres (8,200 ft) above sea level and are joined by the Cuernos del Paine. The area also boasts valleys, rivers such as the Paine, lakes, and glaciers. The national park has over 252,000 visitors per year. It is a popular hiking destination in Chile. Aerial Views of Torres Del Paine (youtube.com) After the flyby of Torre de Paine we proceed to Puerto Natales (SCNT) and regroup before heading eastward and away from the Andes to Bella Vista (SA73). The route continues to the east where we overfly the Pali-Aike National Park. The Pali-Aike volcanic field is a volcanic field along the Argentina–Chile border. It is part of a family of back-arc volcanoes in Patagonia, which formed from processes involving the collision of the Chile Ridge with the Peru–Chile Trench. It lies farther east than the Austral Volcanic Zone, the volcanic arc that makes up the Andean Volcanic Belt at this latitude. There are approximately 467 vents in an area of 1,700 square miles. We arrive near the entrance to the Strait of Magellan at Rio Gallegos Airport (SAKY). One more landing at Cullen (SAUV) before we reach our destination Rio Grande (SAWE) The route is 412nm and an aircraft capable of 200knts cruise is needed. I plan to fly the SWS PC-12 which should make landings more entertaining. Our itinerary includes sightseeing diversions and 7 airports/landing strips. I have included the scattered clouds weather theme which we may use if needed in the flightplan zip. Flight Plan HERE Highly Recommended Freeware Scenery FSonFS (Flight Simulator on Far South) for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Ranging from medium airports to small dirty strips. This package contains 98 sceneries, 68 small to medium hand made airfields, and 27 excluded airfields. Plus the former ranch of Butch Cassidy & Sundance Kid, and 2 vegetation fix. Optional Payware (I have these because I regularly fly in this region and I got them on sale in the marketplace. They are not necessary for this trip but an option if you like) simMarket: SAWC EL CALAFATE AIRPORT MSFS simMarket: SCNT NATALES/TORRES DEL PAINE MSFS simMarket: SAWE RIO GRANDE PATAGONIA ARG MSFS Recommend Departure time of 1:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Saturday March 9, 19:00 UTC RTWR Multiplayer Discord Channel MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
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  4. Patagonia - Part 2 The route is in the Chilean province of Aysén and the Argentinian province of Santa Cruz. Both provinces share the distinction of being the least populated regions in their respective countries. Our route will traverse rugged mountain valleys with many lakes – large and small and culminate with a flyby of the impressive Fitz Roy in the southern Patagonian Ice Field. We start at the tourist airport of Balmaceda (SCBA) located near the Argentinian Frontier and proceed southward for a series of landings (4) at small airstrips around General Carrera Lake (Lake Buenos Aires). The lake is of glacial origin and is surrounded by the Andes mountain range. The lake occupies a continental-scale graben formed by SWS-ENE normal faults that have resulted in down-dropping the bottom of the lake to 350 meters (1,150 ft) below mean sea level. Leaving the lake, we head east to Perito Moreno a small town which is the center of cattle ranches and smallholdings producing fruit and vegetables. We land at Lago Buenos Aires Airport (SAPR) before proceeding south 32nm to Cueva De Las Manos (SAQH). Cueva de las Manos (Spanish for Cave of the Hands or Cave of Hands) is a cave and complex of rock art sites named for the hundreds of paintings of hands stenciled, in multiple collages, on the rock walls. The art was created in several waves between 7,300 BC and 700 AD. The site is considered by some scholars to be the best material evidence of early South American hunter-gatherer groups. The route turns west for a longish leg into the mountains for our next landing at Lago Brown Airstrip (SCBR). We follow the pass through the mountains to Cochrane (SCHR) before heading south to Lago Vargas Airport (SCVS) located near Baker River (Chile’s largest by volume of water). It’s 19nm directly over the mountains or a bit longer through the valley to Río Bravo Airfield (SCRB) and our next landing. Continuing south we reach Río Pascua Airfield (SCTP) near the Baker Channel. Turn back to the east and crossing the mountains we reach Entrada Mayer Airfield (SCEY). It is only 18nm south to Villa O'Higgins Airport (SCOH) then an additional 29nm to Laguna Redonda Airfield (SCIO) which is the jump off point for our flyby of Fitz Roy. The current MSFS scenery is a poor rendition of this impressive group of peaks. Patagonia - Fitz Roy 4 K (youtube.com) The village in the Heart of the Majestic Andes Mountains🌄| El Chaltén, Argentina 4k 🇦🇷 (youtube.com) The route is 498 nm and an aircraft capable of 250knts cruise is needed. I plan to fly the Flying Iron P-38. Our itinerary includes 15 airports/landing strips and we will have to move along at a good clip to finish in the allotted time. We will probably elect to perform touch and go’s at several locations to stay on track. I have included the scattered clouds weather theme which we may use if needed in the flightplan zip. Flight Plan HERE Highly Recommended Freeware Scenery FSonFS (Flight Simulator on Far South) for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Ranging from medium airports to small dirty strips. This package contains 98 sceneries, 68 small to medium hand made airfields, and 27 excluded airfields. Plus the former ranch of Butch Cassidy & Sundance Kid, and 2 vegetation fix. SCBA Rework for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Lake O'Higgins Project (SCOH, SCIO, SCTP, SCRB & SCEY) - Aysén, Chile for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Optional Payware (I have these because I regularly fly in this region and I got them on sale in the marketplace. They are not necessary for this trip but an option if you like) simMarket: SCBA BALMACEDA AIRPORT PATAGONIA V3 MSFS simMarket: SAWC EL CALAFATE AIRPORT MSFS Recommend Departure time of 1:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Saturday January 20, 19:00 UTC RTWR Multiplayer Discord Channel MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
  5. Portugal North (continuation of Lusitania tour) This route features a lot of wandering about. We will explore the far northeast of Portugal before heading back to the Atlantic coastal region. We depart from Coimbra (LPCO) and proceed to Coja (LPAN). The route continues on into the Serra da Estrela (the highest mountain range in Continental Portugal) before turning back to the west for a landing at De Viseu (LPVZ). Sixty two miles to the northwest lies the Aldeadavila Dam on the Duro which is also the frontier with Spain and then an additional 11 miles to Mogadouro (LPMU). Continuing north we reach far northeastern Portugal at Braganca (LPBG). We backtrack to the west and south with a landing at Chaves (LPCH) and then on to Vila Real (LPVR). After a quick inspection of the Corgo River Viaduct we fly down to the Douro and follow the river valley westward to Porto. After a circuit of Porto’s bridges and old city we land at Francisco Sa Carneiro (LPPR). Next is Braga (LPBR) where we will tour the nearby POI’s before landing. The last long leg will take us out of Portugal and into Spain. Our destination, 40 miles to the north, is Vigo (LEVX). Time permitting recommend a tour of the port city and bridge before landing. I originally planned to fly the SWS PC-12 but found it a bit hard to conduct the tight maneuvers required to inspect the bridges enroute. I have elected to fly the Bonanza instead. You will want an aircraft capable of cruise around 200knts for this tour. Flight Plan HERE Optional Scenery LPAN - Coja airfield (real life - detailed) for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Aeródromo de Viseu - LPVZ for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS AERODROMO DE VILA REAL - LPVR for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS LPMU Mogadouro aerodrome for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Aeródromo de Chaves - LPCH for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Aeródromo de Bragança - LPBG for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS LPPR - Porto Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS LPBR - Braga airfield (real life - high Detail) for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS BMW – Subscription Airports (remember to enable if you have them installed) · Vigo (LEVX) Recommend Departure time of 2:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Wednesday February 7,19:00 UTC RTWR Multiplayer Discord Channel MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
  6. The upgraded airports that Mike suggested are worth downloading. I have made two small changes to the flightplan. There are two airstrips in Sarmiento - SAUT and SAVT. I recommend that we land at SAVT as it has some modest improvements compared to the empty SAUT. The second change is that I have added a waypoint (BCR) which shows the location of the Buch Cassidy Ranch on our final leg. The revised flight plan is HERE
  7. Chubut - Patagonia Chubut is a province in southern Argentina, situated between the 42nd parallel and the 46th parallel south, with the Andes range to the west, and the Atlantic ocean to the east. We depart from Comodoro Rivadavia (SAVC) on the Atlantic coast and the largest city south of the 45th parallel and home to the National University of Patagonia and proceed westward. Our first stop is Sarmiento (SAUT) located on the so-called Central Corridor of Patagonia, in a fertile valley amidst an otherwise arid region. Sarmiento sits between two lakes and notable attractions are the Petrified Forest and caves with Aborigine hand paintings. The route turns to the northwest and after 70nm we reach Estancia La Laurita (SAAW) - a hard to see dirt airstrip with the threshold of runway 28 located just past highway 40. Our route continues northward - roughly parallel highway 40 - where you have a choice of four dirt landing strips at Jose De San Martin (SAWS). We continue our northwesterly crossing of the central plains region reaching Estancia Tecka Airport (SATX) nestled in a protected green valley. Leaving the cold plains behind we head westward into the Andes. The next landing at Alto Palena (SCAP) in the Los Lagos region of Chile. Winding our way through the river valleys we reach Futaleufú (SCFT). The town is named after the crystal blue Futaleufú River, widely considered to be one of the best whitewater rafting rivers in the world. The main income for the community is whitewater kayaking and rafting, together with fly fishing and other associated outdoor sports. A short leg will take us back into Argentina to Aerodromo De Trevelin (TVN). Trevelin - on the eastern banks of the Percy River was important in the Welsh settlement of Chubut. It was named Trevelin (from Trefelin, the Welsh for "mill town") after the first flour mill, known as "Los Andes. Y Wladfa ('The Welsh Settlement'), refers to the establishment of settlements by Welsh immigrants in the Argentine Patagonia, beginning in 1865, mainly along the coast of the lower Chubut Valley. The idea of a Welsh colony in Patagonia was put forward by Michael D. Jones, a Welsh nationalist nonconformist preacher based in Bala, Gwynedd, who had called for a new "little Wales beyond Wales". He spent some years in the United States, where he observed that Welsh immigrants assimilated very quickly compared with other peoples and often lost much of their Welsh identity.  Thus, the original proposal was to establish a new Wales overseas where Welsh settlers and their culture would be generally free from foreign domination. Patagonia was chosen for its isolation and the Argentines' offer of 100 square miles of land along the Chubut River in exchange for settling the still-unconquered land of Patagonia for Argentina. The route continues to Esquel (SAVE) which dates to the arrival of Welsh immigrants in Chubut in 1865. An important tourist attraction is the narrow-gauge railway known as La Trochita locally and in English as The Old Patagonian Express after the book The Old Patagonian Express by Paul Theroux. At 250 miles in length, it is said to be the only narrow-gauge long-distance line in operation and the southernmost railway in the world. Argentina, travelling on the Patagonian express (youtube.com) The next leg (52nm) roughly follows the now discontinued route of La Trochita north to El Maiten (SAVD). The town of El Maitén lies on the right bank of the Chubut River. This geographic region is a clear example of the transition between the humid wooded Andes areas to the West, and the classic more arid steppes of central Patagonia. The final leg takes us to our finishing airstrip - Cholila Lodge (CHO) on banks of Cholila Lake. Cholila Lodge Aero Fishing is a Private Aerodrome, owned by Daniel Roy Wegrzyn. Cholila Lodge Aero Fishing is located about 15km away from the city of Cholila. It’s well know as the place where Butch Cassidy & Sundance Kid bought a Ranch in 1901 and lived until 1905 to escape from the US after the Great Northern Train Robbery. In 1905 The Pinkerton U.S. agency researchers followed them to Cholila, so they had to leave this place (Wooden Cabin has been restored in 2007). The route is 411 nm and an aircraft capable of 200knts cruise is recommended. I plan to fly the SWS PC-12. Patagonia is characterized by strong winds throughout the year which could impact the speed of our progress towards the Andes region. I have included the scattered clouds weather theme which we may use if needed in the flightplan zip. Flight Plan HERE Recommended Scenery Aeródromo Alto Palena - SCAP for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Aeròdromo Futaleufù SCFT - Futaleufù, Chile for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Trevelin-Patagonia Bush Pilots (TVN) Argentina for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Required Scenery Cholila Lodge Aero Fishing - Patagonia for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS (REQUIRED) Recommend Departure time of 2:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Saturday January 20, 19:00 UTC RTWR Multiplayer Discord Channel MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
  8. I missed LEBA and it looks good. I had already downloaded LPSC and it is a big improvement over the default, I just forgot to add it to the recommended scenery. Also endorse the lumber jacking effort at LPCO. Thanks for checking my homework Mike 😎
  9. Lusitania Lusitania was an ancient Iberian Roman province comprising part of modern Portugal (south of the Douro River) and a large portion of western Spain (the present Extremadura and Province of Salamanca). Romans named the region after the Lusitanians, an Indo-European tribe inhabiting the lands. The route starts in Cordoba (LEBA) with a brief circuit of the city, taking in the Mosque and Roman Bridge, before proceeding to Savile’s San Pablo (LEZL). After a brief arial sightseeing tour of the city landmarks we proceed west, leaving Spain and entering Portugal when we cross the Guadiana River. Our next landing is at Faro’s Algarve International (LPFR). The route continues westward to Aerodromo De Portimao (LPPM) before turning north. We zig then zag northward with several landings until we reach Lisbon (LPPT) and more city landmarks sightseeing. Departing Lisbon, we head to the popular seaside resort of Cascais then to the Castles of Sintra and regroup at Sintra AB (LPST). Continuing north to the Atlantic coast we stop at Aerodromo Santa Cruz (LPSC) before proceeding 18nm out into the Atlantic to see the Fort of São João Baptista das Berlengas, then head back to the coast to the big wave surfing site of Nazare, and then on to the university city of Coimbra (LPCO) where we will conclude the first phase of our tour of Atlantic Iberia. The route is 480nm and you will want an aircraft that can cruise at better than 200knts. I plan on flying the newly released SWS Pilatus PC-12 (with entertaining landings a real possibility). As always you are free to fly what you wish. I have included the scattered clouds weather theme I will using in the flightplan zip. Flight Plan HERE Optional Scenery [LEZL] Sevilla San Pablo International Airport Remodel for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Aeródromo de Portimão - LPPM for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS LPBJ | Beja Airport Scenery | Beja - Portugal for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS LPCS - Cascais Aerodrome for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS LPJF - Jose Ferrinho - Leiria (real life modulated buildings - high detail) for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Recommend Departure time of 2:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Wednesday January 10, 19:00 UTC RTWR Multiplayer Discord Channel MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
  10. Western Jet Tour Today’s flight features short jet hops mostly in southern California. We begin tour at the Atlantic Aviation Terminal at Las Vegas Mc Carran Intl (KLAS). The order of airports: KLAS Mc Carran Intl KPSP Palm Springs Intl KVNY Van Nuys KSBP San Luis Obispo KMRY Monterey Rgnl KTVL Lake Tahoe Airport I have included a simple flightplan HERE showing the airports in order which you can load in Little Navmap, but recommend that you do quick FMS setup for each leg so that you can use the automation to fly actual published approaches. This is planned as a business jet tour and I plan to fly the excellent CJ-4 (with a thank you to Working Title for all of the improvements) in Windover’s “Kestral” livery. Required Scenery: NONE There are excellent payware airports for all of airports as well as some very good freeware. You can find them at the usual places. Recommend Departure time of 2:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Saturday December 23, 19:00 UTC RTWR Multiplayer Discord Channel MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
  11. I was originally going to fly the Orion Cargo livery but in honor of the Air Force relief effort I have decided to fly Steve Dra's USAF Day-Glo livery instead. This livery got borked with pink textures a while back due to some changes in the PMDG Operations Center. Steve has updated the file which seems to work. If you have the livery, you might check it in the hanger to see if it is OK. If not, the new updated paint link is here: PMDG DC-6 USAF 33293 Day Glow colors for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS
  12. South American Cargo Today’s flight departs from Cuenca (SECU) , the capital and largest city of the Azuay Province of Ecuador. Cuenca is located in the highlands of Ecuador at 8,400 feet above sea level. The center of the city is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its many historical buildings. We proceed south 70nm to our first landing at Catamayo (SECA). Avoiding the high terrain on departure we fly 102nm for a landing at Shumba (SPJE) in the high jungle of northern Peru. The route continues 66nm to the isolated city of Chachapoyas (SPPY), then turns southwest climbing over the mountains to reach the regional capital Cajamarca (SPRJ). Continuing, we reach the Pacific coast at the popular resort city of Huanchaco (SPRU). The route parallels the coast south to Chimbote (SPEO). The final two legs will require negotiating challenging terrain. Carefully follow the valley to climb up and over the first range of the Andes where you will be afforded an expansive view across the Rio Santa valley to the imposing Cordillera Blanca. Descend and land at Anta (SPHZ) with Nevada Copa (20,203 ft) towering above the valley. The airfield at Anta was created by the US Airforce in 1970 to facilitate relief operations after the 1970 Ancash earthquake. The 39th Tactical Airlift Squadron published this booklet about the mission. Time permitting, there is one final leg. Depending on the aircraft chosen, we divert from the direct route to find a passage through the massive Cordillera Blanca. The Cordillera Blanca is the most extensive tropical ice-covered mountain range in the world and has the largest concentration of ice in Peru. After a successful crossing of the highest terrain, find the valley leading to Huanuco and follow it down to the Huallaga River. The Huanuco Airport (SPNC) is located past the city between the steep ridge and the river. Flightplan: HERE Aircraft: The route is 616 miles and cruise speed of 240knts would be appropriate. Because I like a challenge, I will be flying the cargo DC-6, but the P-38 and King Air would also be a good choices. As always you are free to fly what you like. Recommended Scenery (Freeware): SECU Mariscal la Mar for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Cuenca EC landmarks for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Catamayo Airport Camilo Ponce Enriquez SECA Ecuador for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Chachapoyas Airport SPPY for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS SPJR Cajamarca Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Recommend Departure time of 2:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Saturday December 9, 19:00 UTC RTWR Multiplayer Discord Channel MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
  13. Malawi Finale! The multiplayer flight you have been waiting for has finally arrived!!! This flight will conclude the Malawi tour we began back in March and featured classics including: Lake Malawi Tour More Malawi More More Malawi What? More Malawi! We are back in the Caribou for a flight in northern Malawi and into Tanzania. Starting from Vwaza (FWVW) on the edge of the rarely visited Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve the route proceeds northward over the Nyika Plateau to our first landing near Chelinda Lodge. Departing to the east we briefly enter Zambia, landing at East Five (FLEE), before proceeding northward to Karonga (FWKA). Flying to the northwest corner of Malawi we land at Munyimbo (FXWY) bordering Zambia and Tanzania. Forty-three miles to the northeast and situated at an altitude of 5,500 ft Mbeya (HTNB) sprawls through a narrow highland valley surrounded by a bowl of high mountains and is our first landing in Tanzania. Turning southeast we fly 84 nm over Kitulo National Park before reaching Njombe (HTNJ). Heading north we cross into the Usangu plain stopping at Mbarali Airport (HTRU) and Magangwe Airport (HTDN) before reaching our final destination at Makwasa Airport (HTOY). Flightplan and weather theme: HERE Aircraft: I will be flying the DHC-4 Caribou again. As always you are free to fly what you like. Required Scenery (Freeware): Darshonaut - We Have Hippos Tanzanian Connection Library Objects (Freeware): Moving Boats 3D Model Library » Microsoft Flight Simulator Static Boats 3D Model Library » Microsoft Flight Simulator Animated Human 3D Models Library » Microsoft Flight Simulator Dave's 3D animals Library » Microsoft Flight Simulator Recommend Departure time of 2:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Saturday November 25, 19:00 UTC https://discord.gg/cgNm9Fh3 MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
  14. Australia Red Zig-Zag (Part 4) Our journey resumes at Bullita (YBIT), zig zagging north and east. The end of the journey is Milingimbi Airport (YMGB), located on an island just off the coast. There are 12 airports enroute so we may elect to perform touch and go’s or flyovers to complete the Zig Zag. Flightplan: HERE Aircraft: The landings are about 50 miles apart and the route is 474nm. Recommend a cruise speed of 250knts. I will be flying the Flying Iron P-38 but the King Air would also be a good choice. As always you are free to fly what you like. Recommended Scenery (Freeware): Western Desert Pack for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS YHLC - Halls Creek Airport - WA for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Northern Territory Missing Airfields for Microsoft Flight Simulator | MSFS Recommend Departure time of 1:00PM local Particulars: Date and time: Saturday November 11, 19:00 UTC https://discord.gg/cgNm9Fh3 MFS Multiplayer: US Eastcoast Server 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!
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