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About Efussander

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  1. I am having an issue where it seems like OC isn't connecting to the server. If this has been discussed, I apologize. I haven't been following the forum very closely due to being extremely busy in day-to-day life. However, I am enjoying very much the 777X. I love the ops center functionality of checking to see if there are any updates without having to go to the forums or website. I also like to be able to peruse the liveries. However, for a while now it says it is unable to check for updates or download liveries. It worked fine previously and my internet works fine for everything else. Suggestions?
  2. When the time comes, I would love to see NM1. Its plain white winglets look so cool to me. It's rather unusual when most planes have some sort of logo-work on the winglets.
  3. Yes. They said that both Kulula paints have been done.
  4. Here's a pretty accurate and comprehensive list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Boeing_737_operators
  5. Yes please! I asked this a couple of pages back. BTW. Pete, I havent seen anyone thank you yet so I'll take the initiative: THANK YOU PETE! The textures look amazing. Kudos and take care. :(
  6. DANG! The Delta Skyteam livery is sweet! I would be privileged if Pete would paint this for us!
  7. *Cough Cough* BA 738 isn't fictional.http://tinyurl.com/3vdpksdAlso, I +1 the Boeing House, and request the Boeing Green livery. And thanks so much for the 738 in SWA colors. I need something to fly until the 6700 gets released.
  8. I don't want to be a party pooper, but the throttles look very "splayed." What I mean is, they are spread very far apart, and this looks funny.
  9. Well, I was digging through my dresser, (spring cleaning), and I found a really special picture. I found the picture of the first time I had ever been in the cockpit of an airplane. That is the point at which I decided that I had to become a pilot. I thought I'd share it with you, albeit won't mean nearly as much to you, you might still find it interesting.The picture is in a DC-9-31. It was in service with Northwest Airlines or Northwest Orient or whatever it was called at the time. Pardon the quality, it was taken back a long time ago. ALSO, please pardon the boy in the picture with ridiculous hair and missing teeth. :( I think I was five at the time. Obviously Justin Beiber saw this picture and I influenced his hair style. :(Here is the AC from the outside. (I do not own this photo, but I think it was taken after the one with me in the cockpit.)http://tinyurl.com/3ewc2wbThere you go. Maybe some others can share their special aviation moments as well.
  10. Alright, here's my list. BAe:Jetstream 31Jetstream 41BAe146ATR:ATR-72Boeing:727-200737-200737-300737-400737-500737-700737-800737-900737-900ER757-200757-300767-200767-300767-400777-200777-200LR777-300Airbus:A319A320A321A300Bombardier:CRJ-100CRJ-200CRJ-700CRJ-900Embraer:ERJ-135ERJ-140ERJ-145Fokker:F100McDonnel Douglas:DC-10-30MD80MD81MD82MD83MD87MD88Douglas Aircraft:DC-9-15DC-9-30DC-9-40DC-9-50Planes I've Piloted:Piper ArcherPiper ArrowPiper Lance/SaratogaJabiru J250 (Not very common in the US, but a beautiful plane! This one has a three axis auto pilot, built in gps, all glass cockpit.)Helicopters:JetrangerBiz Jets:Lear 35 (Fun flight from ADS-DAL)Lear 45GS IVI feel like I'm missing some, but oh well.
  11. For you enjoyment Ryan. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0OJgzYc9iAhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyFzeJ56iyYThe first one shows the fabulous flaps and the second one shows some beautiful scenery+fabulous flaps. :Big Grin:Watch them! Thats an order! No backtalk! Come on, pick up you feet. Let's move!EDIT: I'll add that one thing that always amazes me about the md80 is the wicked flap angles. It is like putting down flaps 50 in the md11. They come down like a wall. You almost always hear a lot of power during the approach with the md80.
  12. Aww. You've missed out my friend. The view of the flaps and the engine sounds is unparalleled. I love the flaps. They are so unique.
  13. I have to look back at my records to compile a list. Will do when I can. But first, I have a very pressing question:Ryan, YOU MEAN TO TELL ME YOU'VE NEVER BEEN ON A DC-9 OR MD80!!?? If this is true it is eternally surprising. Very nice topic btw.
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