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  1. bernd1151

    B-25 in P3Dv4?

    I hope that one day someone else will come up with a newer model of the Mitchell, Andy. Like you, I have it working in v3.4
  2. These are all great shots, the last one is my favorite
  3. Superb!! Tell me these are real world photos, Gennadiy, and I will believe you
  4. +1 Where did you get the autogen from, HL? Looks very interesting.
  5. bernd1151

    Sion to Ambri

    Mountain flying at its best.
  6. bernd1151

    Cardiff, UK to Dortmund, Germany

    Wonderful flight and great scenery, HL
  7. Just Flight Canberra PR9, Freeware UK photoscenery, Envtex Over the Isle of Wight, heading NE towards the coast of Southern England Over Portsmouth with the Isle of Wight in the background Over Littlehampton Brighton marina The White Cliffs of Dover come into sight Just beautiful Thanks for viewing
  8. Absolutely wonderful screenies!!
  9. bernd1151

    Severka Airfield to Moscow

    Nice flight in some pretty cold weather Some of your screenies don't show up, the same happened to mine yesterday too. Is there an issue with avsim?
  10. bernd1151

    Soaring above the Alps near Garmisch

    Thank you very much You are absolutely right, John I'm happy that you like them, HL
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    Soaring above the Alps near Garmisch

    Hhmmh.. for some reason only a few of the pics show up here. I have the also posted on another site and there all of them show up. I would like to delete this post, but I can't. Ok, sorry gents, but I really don't know, what went wrong here
  12. ORBX Germany South Freeware sailplane EnvTex The Schleicher ASW 22BL is a German high performance glider from the late 1980s-early 1990s that has been equipped with an engine. But instead of using an electric or small piston engine, it comes with a small jet engine that sits directly behind the cockpit and folds neatly into the fuselage, when switched off. Instead of running on aviation fuel, it uses regular diesel. The engine itself weighs just 35 lbs and produces some 350 lbs of thrust. Naturally, the sailplane can take off on its own; the engine gives it a climb rate of 2.0 m per second and a possible top speed of 220 km/h or 119 knots. Here we are already at 11,000 feet, close to the highest German mountain, the Zugspitze. It’s a superb sunny day in December and you can clearly see the small engine behind the pilot. I didn't go this high on my own though (I used "slew") and I doubt whether it would be possible in rl with the fuel on board. Below are the outskirts of Garmisch-Partenkirchen Now we head for the Zugspitze The “Schneeferner-Haus” sits atop of it Being up there offers you an unparalleled view of part of the Alps. But of course it cannot rival the view I have. By now I have switched off the engine and enjoy a slow and quiet glide It doesn’t get much better than this We got company Wow, this seems to be a busy place Let’s get outta here Thanks for viewing Btw, if you are interested, this glider and many more you can find here: https://www.fsglider.de/p_e.htm The site is in German and English. On its left site you'll find a whole bunch of different gliders from the 1930 to now. And if you scroll a bit down, you'll come to the gliders with jet engine. Quite an interesting collection and the best part is, they are all free. The guy has different sections, one is for FSX and P3D 3.4 (that's what I have) and another one is for v4. When you have a look at the jet engine powered gliders for example, you'll find these two options at the bottom of that page. It's the same with the other gliders too
  13. ORBX Germany South Freeware sailplane EnvTex The Schleicher ASW 22BL is a German high performance glider from the late 1980s-early 1990s that has been equipped with an engine. But instead of using an electric or small piston engine, it comes with a small jet engine that sits directly behind the cockpit and folds neatly into the fuselage, when switched off. Instead of running on aviation fuel, it uses regular diesel. The engine itself weighs just 35 lbs and produces some 350 lbs of thrust. Naturally, the sailplane can take off on its own; the engine gives it a climb rate of 2.0 m per second and a possible top speed of 220 km/h or 119 knots. Here we are already at 11,000 feet, close to the highest German mountain, the Zugspitze. It’s a superb sunny day in December and you can clearly see the small engine behind the pilot. I didn't go this high on my own though (I used "slew") and I doubt whether it would be possible in rl with the fuel on board. Below are the outskirts of Garmisch-Partenkirchen Now we head for the Zugspitze The “Schneeferner-Haus” sits atop of it Being up there offers you an unparalleled view of part of the Alps. But of course it cannot rival the view I have. By now I have switched off the engine and enjoy a slow and quiet glide It doesn’t get much better than this We got company Wow, this seems to be a busy place Let’s get outta here Thanks for viewing Btw, if you are interested, this glider and many more you can find here: https://www.fsglider.de/p_e.htm The site is in German and English. On its left site you'll find a whole bunch of different gliders from the 1930 to now. And if you scroll a bit down, you'll come to the gliders with jet engine. Quite an interesting collection and the best part is, they are all free. The guy has different sections, one is for FSX and P3D 3.4 (that's what I have) and another one is for v4. When you have a look at the jet engine powered gliders for example, you'll find these two options at the bottom of that page. It's the same with the other gliders too
  14. bernd1151

    Innsbruck to Sion

    One of the best times and the best places to fly in Europe. Great shots, HL
  15. What a nice flight. Although simsavy is an older, low res photoscenery, it still looks fantastic from higher up with its brilliant colors