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  1. After doing all of the regular stuff and more, go Microsoft tech on chat for almost 2 hrs. MS store was stuck updating a two video codecs which were under 2 mb. Since store is tied to the xbox app, xbox wouldn't start.. hence msfs wouldn't fire up. The ms store servers must have been on reduced snail pace. I, nor the tech could clear the store downloads even after uninstalling the store, resetting app, checking everything, reinstalling the MS Store. I was told by the tech, as per usual, to reinstall/update the windows OS.. Arg. NO WAY! This is a brand new PC and brand new OS. After multiple restarts and other commands affected . I just decided to leave store open with downloads hanging and wait it out. Checked every hour with little or no progress... ... .Now 8 hrs later.. finally.. MS store DL that were "stuck" for hours updating a 2 mb file finally showed installed.. only took 8 hrs.. oh my! But at least it completed. So I closed the store app, then shutdown, then restarted.. checked for updates.. all good.. Then checked updates in MS Store.. all Good... Then tried Xbox and it started up as intended as did MSFS. But now it is 20:45 my time.. a complete waste of the PC day! (Just a small VENT!) But yes is fixed. Sorry to miss your flight.. but it couldn't be helped! ARG... But I can fly it now!!.. Hmmm, I think I will use the RV14!!
  2. Arg... my PC was fine this am.. but 1 hr before flight time and the xbox app and store not working for some reason.... trying to do a repair on Gaming Services but getting an 0x8000ffff error.. Anyone else getting? Working on it!! Norm
  3. For Wed. Feb 28: Scotland Tigers-4: UK Edinburgh (EGPH) to Scone (EGPT) Edinburgh Airport (EGPH): Today we bring out the old bi-planes once again to continue this low and slow Scotland Tigers-Part 4 of our journey exploring the country of Scotland. We start this part four in the second largest city in Scotland and the nation’s capital: the city of Edinburgh where we left off in the last trip. Today we’ll depart Edinburgh and cover the northwest side of the city as well as the harbour and port areas and weave to the northeast. There are a few poi/landmarks along the way in this historic area, to say the least. The entire trip is scenic and explores various waterways, ports, cities and towns as we travel. Refer to the full lnmpln for all the locations during this trip. This part 4 of the Scotland Tigers is 177 nm departing Edinburgh EGPH with seven intermediate stops at: Cumbernauld EGPG, Kinross EGZZ, Fife EGPJ, Crail EG0A, Leuchars AB EGQL, Arbroath EG11 and Dundee EGPN with our destination being in the medieval town of Scone EGQI which is in suburbs of the cities of Perth and Kinross. This is another “low and slow expedition” using our favourite bi-plan! We won’t have too much time for doddling if we want to reach our destination. Time permitting; we’ll make our destination but no worries as there will definitely be a part five of the Scotland Tigers so that we can continue this trek exploring the country of Scotland. Flight Plan/Itinerary LINK: HERE Aircraft: DH82 Tiger Moth, Stearman or similar (Zlin Shock or Zlin Savage Carbon will work or any other aircraft that can stay under 100 kts to take full advantage of the historic and very scenic area. * (Will plan to use the Ants Tiger Moth dh.82 in stock N-6635 livery but as always please use your choice of aircraft). Add-on Scenery: Flightsim.to: Freeware: The Falkirk Wheel Boat Lift v1.2-MostlyRandom: https://flightsim.to/file/2546/the-falkirk-wheel-boat-lift Forth-Bridges-v1.0-Mobias: https://flightsim.to/file/4177/the-forth-bridges-with-north-and-south-queensferry-scotland Megapack-UK-Castles-v2.0-legofun1974*: https://flightsim.to/file/2826/some-united-kingdom-and-irland-castles-poi (*an excerpt: Using Broughty-Castle-Dundee and St. Andrew Castle-St. Andrew only for this trip). EGPH Edinburgh Airport-v1.0- NSAJID: https://flightsim.to/file/47814/egph-edinburgh-airport EGPG-Cumbernauld-v1.01-studioCD: https://flightsim.to/file/7748/egpg-cumbernauld EGPJ-Fife-Airport-v1.0-Scotflight: https://flightsim.to/file/31697/egpj-fife-airport EGPT-Scone/Perth-Airport-v1.4-Scoflight: https://flightsim.to/file/29665/egpt-perth-scone-airport EGQL-RAF Leuchars-v1.8-nickb007: https://flightsim.to/file/28071/egql-raf-leuchars-v1.8-nickb007 A pre-assembled scenery package with all pieces as shown above can be found HERE -(zip-475mb) (expands to 1.42 gb) Payware: (If you got them, please feel free to use them, but don’t go out and buy them just for this trip – they are not mandatory by any means!)- IE: Orbx EU Great Britain Landmarks-North: (Orbx), EGPN-Dundee (Orbx), EGPH-Edinburgh Airport (Pyreegue Dev Co's) Time and Weather Prefer to fly real weather if possible but if not, the few clouds Jeff 2 or Josh preset, or the few or high clouds stock preset might make a nice choice. For takeoff: set the simulator time to @1400 local. Hope you enjoy this scenic flight in historic Scotland. Perth, Scotland: Multiplayer Particulars Date and time: Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 1900 UTC, (1400 Eastern) AVSIM Discord Server: https://discord.gg/K5Vy6UxWNm - AVSIM GROUP EVENTS-WED. COM1 Microsoft Flight Simulator Multiplayer: EAST-USA 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! nbrich1
  4. Depends what version of P3D... Earlier P3Dv1-2-3-4 are not as close whereas P3Dv4.5, 5-6 are much closer... It is not the airports so much per say, (ICAO could be different but it is the route that is important- as long as you have a valid ICAO at departure and at destination, (you might have to adjust the ICAO a bit but them the sim will load the route). If this makes any sense. Norm
  5. Sorry for the confusion.. a scan of LNM with new scenery is required and voila the affected airports is clear. Thanks Mike. Norm PS: Great videos.. thanks for including in the package!!
  6. Scotland Tigers-3: UK Glenforsa to Edinburgh - Wednesday, January 31, 2024 Glenforsa airfield Today we bring out the old bi-planes again to continue this low and slow Scotland Tigers-Part three of our journey in the UK, exploring the country of Scotland. We start this part three at Glenforsa (EG13) where we left off in the last trip. Today we’ll depart Glenforsa on the west coast of Scotland and head eastward to the Scotland Mainland and continue eastward until we reach the Scottish East Coast. Along the route of this trip there are many points of interest as we will visit as indicated on the lnmpln. The airport route: Departing: EG13 via EGEO EGKM EGPG EGKW EGGU to EGPH. The destination airport is in the second largest city in Scotland and the nation’s capital: the City of Edinburgh. Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland and one of its 32 council areas. The city is located in south-east Scotland, and is bounded to the north by the Firth of Forth estuary and to the south by the Pentland Hills. Edinburgh had a population of 506,520 in mid-2020 making it the second-most populous city in Scotland and the seventh-most populous in the United Kingdom. Recognized as the capital of Scotland since at least the 15th century, Edinburgh is the seat of the Scottish Government, the Scottish Parliament, the highest courts in Scotland, and the Palace of Holyrood house, the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland. It is also the annual venue of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. The city has long been a center of education, particularly in the fields of medicine, Scottish law, literature, philosophy, the sciences and engineering. The University of Edinburgh, founded in 1582 and now one of three in the city, is considered one of the best research institutions in the world. It is the second-largest financial center in the United Kingdom, the fourth largest in Europe, and the thirteenth largest internationally. The city is a cultural center, and is the home of institutions including the National Museum of Scotland, the National Library of Scotland and the Scottish National Gallery. The city is also known for the Edinburgh International Festival and the Fringe, the latter being the world's largest annual international arts festival. Historic sites in Edinburgh include Edinburgh Castle, the Palace of Holyrood house, the churches of St. Giles, Greyfriars and the Canongate, and the extensive Georgian New Town built in the 18th/19th centuries. Edinburgh's Old Town and New Town together are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site which has been managed by Edinburgh World Heritage since 1999. The city's historical and cultural attractions have made it the UK's second-most visited tourist destination, attracting 4.9 million visits, including 2.4 million from overseas in 2018. This part 3 Scotland Tigers excursion is 186 nm with five intermediate stops: “another very low and slow expedition” but we won’t have too much time for doddling if we want to reach Edinburgh! Time permitting; we’ll make our destination but no worries as there will definitely be a part four of the Scotland Tigers so that we can continue this trek across Scotland. FP, itinerary, etc.: LINK HERE Aircraft: DH82 Tiger Moth, Stearman 75 or similar (Zlin Shock or Zlin Savage Carbon will work or any other aircraft that can stay under 100 kt to take full advantage of the scenery). (Will plan to use the Ants Tiger Moth dh.82 in stock N-6635 livery but feel to use your choice of aircraft) Add-on Scenery: Payware: (If you got them, please feel free to use them, but don’t go out and buy them just for this trip – not mandatory by any means!) IE: Orbx EU Great Britain Landmarks-North: (Orbx), EGPH Edinburgh Airport- (Pyreegue Dev Co's) Flightsim.to: Freeware: Landmarks/Scenery: Castle Stalker v0.1 by mv46: https://flightsim.to/file/21088/castle-stalker The Falkirk Wheel Boat Lift v1.2: by Mostly-Random: https://flightsim.to/file/2546/the-falkirk-wheel-boat-lift Airports: EG13 Glenforsa Airfield v1.0: by Equisite: https://flightsim.to/file/120/glenforsa-airfield EGEO North Connel-v1.0: by studioCD: https://flightsim.to/file/12500/egeo-oban-north-connel-scotland EGPG Cumbernauld-v1.01: by studioCD: https://flightsim.to/file/7748/egpg-cumbernauld EGKW RAF Kirknewton-v1.2: by nickb007: https://flightsim.to/file/65570/raf-kirknewton-egkw-uk EGGU Archerfield Privat Airstrip-v1.1: by FSMax: https://flightsim.to/file/58684/eggu-archerfield-private-aistrip EGPH Edinburgh Airport-v1.0: by NSAJID: https://flightsim.to/file/47814/egph-edinburgh-airport A pre-assembled scenery package with all pieces as shown above can be found here: LINK HERE (zip-240mb) (expands to 857mb) Time and Weather Prefer to fly real weather if possible but if not, the few clouds or high clouds preset or Josh or Jeff's latest preset might make a nice choice. For takeoff: set the simulator time to @1400 local. Over looking the city of Edinburgh Multiplayer Particulars Date and time: Wednesday, January 31, 2024 - 1900 UTC, 1400 Eastern AVSIM Discord Server: https://discord.gg/K5Vy6UxWNm - AVSIM GROUP EVENTS-WED-COM1 Microsoft Flight Simulator Multiplayer: EAST-USA 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!
  7. The start ICAO should be WAVB then all will work as intended.
  8. Got it.. Thank-you Alex. Will try them. Thank-you and very appreciated. Norm
  9. Hi there, Alex et all. I now have 3.0.1 beta now installed on a brand new computer build.. so all is fresh and running MSFS sim.(only) On my old pc that blew up last week, I had the previous default sim airport db for FSX, P3Dv4, v5 as well as MSFS which is my current sim. I kept the previous lnm airport databases on my old system so I could refer to them for choosing common airports between sims for building group flights and tours at a virtual airline for multiple sim versions. (There are many that still use FSX, and P3D/various versions) On my new build, I overlooked backing up these sim airport db before formatting my old drive. Arg. Would anyone be so kind and have default airport database files for LNM: for sims: FSX, p3dv4 and p3dv5 that they could make available (post link to) for me to retrive for my LNM? Files are little_navmap_fsx.sqlite, little_navmap_p3dv4.sqlite and little_navmap_p3dv5.sqlite which are found in the LNM db folder: C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\ABarthel\little_navmap_db Thank-you in advance Norm (norm_richards@hotmail.com)
  10. PS: 1st scenery file SECU Mariscal la Mar https://flightsim.to/file/15570/secu-mariscal-la-mar has been taken offline by dep. (I don't have v1.8).. Anybody? But there is another on on flightsim.to: and it's newer. https://flightsim.to/file/57124/secu-mariscal-lamar-international-airport
  11. Scotland Tigers-2: UK West Coast- Glasgow to Glenforsa Scotland: Glasgow-River Clyde Today we bring out the old bi-planes once more to continue this part two of our journey along the UK west coast of Scotland. We start this part two at Glasgow Intl. (EGPF) where we left off in part 1. After take of at Glasgow we head to the south west toward the Firth of Clyde, a bay containing the deepest coastal waters in the British Isles. (164m) but before we reach these waters, we’ll pass locations of the Johnstone Castle, Lochwinnock Golf Club (for Mike) and Glengarnock Castle. As we reach the Firth of Clyde we’ll pass Largs Yacht Haven which makes claim to be Scotland’s finest Marina. At this location, we leave mainland Scotland and head westward to some of the western outer islands and Inner Hebrides: Great Cumbrae Island over the town of Milport (flyover), visiting the Mount Stuart House on the Isle of Bute and landing at Bute airport. We’ll sight-see the Isles of Arran (fly over) and land at airports on the Isles of Argyll and Islay. From Islay Island we head northward traveling over the Island of Jura which hosts what is known as the “Paps of Jura”: three mountains on the western side of Jura Island then landing at airports on Colonsay, Tiree and Coll Islands. From Coll Airport we will route southeast via Loch Tuath and Loch na Keal and head for home for this trip at Glenforsa Airfield (EG13) on the Isle of Mull (inner Hebrides). From Glenforsa…well stay tuned… there will be a part 3! This part 2 excursion is 176 nm with 6 intermediate stops: “another very low and slow expedition” but we won’t have much time to be doddling around!! FP, itinerary, etc.: LINK HERE Aircraft: DH82 Tiger Moth, Stearman 75 or similar (Zlin Shock or Zlin Savage Carbon will work or any other aircraft that can stay under 90 kts) (Will use the Tiger Moth in stock N-6635 livery but feel to use your choice of aircraft) Time and Weather: Prefer to fly real weather if possible but if not, the few clouds, high clouds or Josh’s NZ preset (included in the FP download), might make a nice choice. For takeoff: set the simulator time to @1200 local. Glenforsa Add-on Scenery: Scotland-EGPF-Glasgow-Intl-Airport-improvements: by ghosh0691: https://flightsim.to/file/28468/egpf-glasgow-improvements Scotland-EGPF-Glasgow-Landscapes: by johnboy56: https://flightsim.to/file/34396/egpf-glasgow-international-airport-enhancements Scotland-EGEC-Campbeltown-Airport (RAF Machrihanish): by Scotflight: https://flightsim.to/file/49309/egec-campbeltown-airport Scotland EGPI-Islay-Airport: by Scotflight: https://flightsim.to/file/47506/egpi-islay-airport Scotland-EGEY-Colonsay-Airport: by JayFly-Sim: https://flightsim.to/file/17399/colonsay-airport-egey Scotland-EGPU-Tiree-Airport: by Scotflight: https://flightsim.to/file/38030/egpu-tiree-airport Scotland-EGEL-Coll-Aerodrome: by DaveCooper93: https://flightsim.to/file/18132/egel-coll-aerodrome Scotland EG13-Glenforsa-Airfield: by Equisite: https://flightsim.to/file/120/glenforsa-airfield Supporting Libs: https://flightsim.to/file/33166/animated-humans-library (by superspud) https://flightsim.to/file/5452/dave-s-3d-people-library (File is unavailable) (by badmed) (but included in my pre-assembled scenery package) Pre-assembled scenery package with all pieces as shown above can be found here: LINK: NOTAM 1) please ensure that you don’t have any duplicate scenery or duplicate object library pieces active (ms-linker) or duplicated in your community folder as this could result in sim issues and/or ctd. NOTAM 2) there are payware add-ons for this area so if you have them please feel free to use them. (But they are not mandatory by any means) IE: EGPF Glasgow by-UK2000, Orbx EU Great Britain North (landmarks)-v1.0.0 Multiplayer Particulars Date and time: Wednesday, December 06, 2023. 1900 UTC AVSIM Discord Server: https://discord.gg/K5Vy6UxWNm - AVSIM GROUP EVENTS-WED. COM1 Microsoft Flight Simulator Multiplayer: EAST-USA 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! Norm Richards Dec.2023
  12. Scotland Tigers: UK West Coast Scotland: Loch Ryan Today we bring out the old bi-planes for a trip to the UK west coast and a visit to Scotland’s largest city: Glasgow. We actually start this trip in England, in the city of Carlisle and we’ll head almost due west to the west coast of the island of Great Britain via the English village of Kirkbride. Departing Kirkbride we’ll continue westward crossing the Solway Firth, Dumfries Channel. The middle of this firth or narrow sea inlet serves as the western border between England and Scotland. “X” marks the border and once crossed we’ll wish you a warm welcome into Scotland. The remainder of this trip will be in Scotland. As we make landfall in Arbigland, Scotland, we’ll pass the John Paul Jones Cottage Museum. John Paul Jones was a famous in the United States as the “Father of the American Navy”. He was born in poverty and through his skills became a distinguished naval officer fighting for both the USA and Russia. Jones is highly regarded as one of the greatest naval commanders in the history of the United States. We continue westward landing at airstrips at Falgunzeon and Glenswinton, Baldoon until we reach Castle Kennedy and Loch Ryan on the coast of the Irish Sea in the Firth of Clyde (bay). From here we’ll turn northward along the A77 road and head for the town of Prestwick seeing the site along the way. Then onto our final stop in the largest city in Scotland: Glasgow. (Glasgow is not the capital but it is the largest city in Scotland in all regards). Enroute to Glasgow airport, we’ll tour the east side of the Glasgow to visit some of Glasgow’s city landmarks and the River Clyde. Our trip is 161 nm with 6 intermediate stops: “a very low and slow expedition”. FP, itinerary, etc.: LINK HERE Aircraft: DH82 Tiger Moth, Stearman 75 or similar (Zlin Shock or Zlin Savage Carbon will work or any other aircraft that can stay under 90 kts) (Will use the Tiger Moth in stock N-6635 livery but feel to use your choice of aircraft) Time and Weather: For takeoff: set the simulator time to @1200 local. Prefer to fly real weather if possible but if not, the few clouds, high clouds or Josh’s NZ preset, included in the FP download, might make a nice choice. Glasgow – River Clyde Add-on Scenery: England-EGNC Carlisle: by skell300: https://flightsim.to/file/13476/egnc-carlisle-custom-built England-EGWI Kirkbride: by davecooper93: https://flightsim.to/file/18868/egwi-kirkbride-airfield Scotland-EGUZ Castle Kennedy: by scotflight: https://flightsim.to/file/27498/eguz-castle-kennedy-airfield Scotland-EGPK Glasgow Prestwick: by scotflight: https://flightsim.to/file/44027/egpk-glasgow-prestwick-airport Scotland-EGPF Glasgow Intl Airport improvements: by ghosh0691: https://flightsim.to/file/28468/egpf-glasgow-improvements Scotland-EGPF Glasgow Landscapes: by johnboy56: https://flightsim.to/file/34396/egpf-glasgow-international-airport-enhancements Supporting Lib by superspud: https://flightsim.to/file/33166/animated-humans-library For those who prefer a complete pre-assembled scenery package: LINK HERE Note: There are payware add-ons for this area so if you have them please feel free to use them. (But they are not mandatory by any means) IE: Orbx EU Great Britain North (landmarks)-v1.0.0, EGPK-by UK2000, EGPF-by UK2000 or PYREEGUE Dev Co. Multiplayer Particulars: Date and time: Wednesday, November 29, 2023. 1900 UTC AVSIM Discord Server: https://discord.gg/K5Vy6UxWNm - AVSIM GROUP EVENTS-WED. COM1 Microsoft Flight Simulator Multiplayer: EAST-USA 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. MSFS NA Alaska Mesh (Orbx) might add some higher resolution 5m DEM data for the Alaska side of this trip.. but not guaranteed nor is it free. but if you have it, might as well try it! https://orbxdirect.com/product/na-alaska-mesh-msfs.
  14. The Stikine Icecap Excursion For Wed. Oct, 25, 2023 Introduction: Based on its real world counterpart, the JIRP (Juneau Icefield Research Program), this excursion takes us into the Stikine Glacier Icefields and we will explore 11 isolated icefield strips in the vast Stikine Icefields also known as the Stikine Icecap. The Stikine Icecap straddles the Alaska/British Columbia border. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stikine_Icecap) Background: The Stikine Icecap (sometimes referred to as the Stikine Icefield) is a large ice field straddled on the Alaska–British Columbia boundary in the Alaska Panhandle region. It lies in the Boundary Ranges of the Coast Mountains. Within the United States, most of it is under the administration of the Tongass National Forest and is part of the Stikine-LeConte Wilderness within the national forest. A good size ice field, the icecap is a primary source for both the Taku River, which forms its northern boundary, and the Taku's southern tributaries, and also the Stikine River and its lower western tributaries, notably the Chutine, which form its southern and southwestern boundary, respectively. The Stikine Icecap is the parent icefield of the LeConte and Sawyer Glaciers on its US side, and the Great Glacier on its Canadian side. Also on the Canadian side and entering the lower Stikine, like the Great Glacier, are the Mud and Flood Glaciers, which form the boundaries of the small Boundary Range, which is an eastern abutment of the range comprising the Stikine Icecap and marks the approximate boundary claimed by the United States prior to the Alaska Boundary Settlement of 1903. The Stikine Icecap area is also renowned for its technically demanding and dangerous peaks and spires of granite that have garnered comparisons as North America's version of Patagonia. Peaks of particular renown include Devils Thumb, Witches Tits, Cat's Ears, and the Burkett Needle. This area has is beautifully rendered with glacial textures and mountain ranges but has often remained a rarely traversed and underappreciated region. There's a great deal of stunning glacial wilderness scenery out there and this is an opportunity to test and challenge ones pilot's skills in visiting some interesting ice field destinations atop the Stikine Icecap and the mountain ranges. These wintry ice-field strips range from well-equipped regional supply centers to lonely, wind battered outposts. The Excursion: We depart from Petersburg, Alaska: (Airport ICAO PAPG) and we’re heading to Bronson Creek (Airport ICAO CAB5) in British Columbia, Canada. Between our departure and destination locations we are traveling via the Stikine Icecap or Stikine Icefields of the BC Kitimat-Stikine Regional District. Previously, in FSX and P3D we had RTMM scenery for the SIRP Ice Stations, now thanks to creator Karl-Heinz Klotz, an RTMM member and one of the top pilots at Misty Flying Club VA, we have these eleven Stikine Glacier Ice Field stations for MSFS. The approaches and landings on the ice fields are not easy, by any means, so recommend an overhead pass to establish your best approach for landing. The actual landing strips are very short but there are flat snowy areas beyond the strips to stretch out their length (if required!). We’ll finish the trip, time permitting, descending off the Hoodoo mountain range into the Bronson Creek Airport (CAB5) which was originally built to service the Snip Gold Mine. (Now closed) The full journey is 292 nm and the majority of it takes place in the Stikine Icecap which is mountainous and glacial terrain. We have 11 icefields to inspect Flight plans, weather preset and documentation download: LINK: HERE Aircraft: We’ll require a STOL type aircraft that can travel 150kts+ and that is durable to withstand higher altitudes and colder temps. A larger STOL Type aircraft: Caravan C208, DHC6 Twotter, Kodiak or similar. I will plan to fly the Caravan 208 in RTMM livery (livery creator (extraordinaire “billgranada”). https://flightsim.to/file/50517/cessna-208-rtmm-livery : And as always, please use your aircraft of choice. Time/Weather: If possible, and live weather. Set time for 1400 Local. Alternatively have added a nice atmospheric SIRP preset which is included in the FP Download. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Add-on Scenery – Pre-assembled package: Download LINK: HERE (for a short time...until after this tour run) NOTE: This download zip is 1.1 gb (expands to 4.4 gb) which includes the following: Alaska-airport-papg-petersburg-v0.2 (quelcertoleo) https://flightsim.to/file/14033/petersburg-james-a-johnson-papg (*There is also payware PAPG by DC Designs or by NSS. (Feel free to use if you have) RTMM for MSFS: libs 1, libs-2, effects lib, and SIRP Icefield scenery Only*. * https://return.mistymoorings.com/z20_homepage/index.php * (see note below*) Misc supporting libs (in case you don’t already have) daves3dpeople-v1.0.5 (badmed) (https://flightsim.to/file/5452/dave-s-3d-people-library) davesseaplanebase-v1.0.3.a2 (badmed) (https://flightsim.to/file/5806/fisherman-dave-s-seaplane-base-object-library) edhk-lights-objects-dev-pack-v1.0.8 (mrmo) (https://flightsim.to/file/2549/edhk-lights-pack) tsr-windy-things-v1.08.1 (trfsto) (https://flightsim.to/file/14024/windy-things) (*The RTMM MSFS page link above also contains a complete freeware MSFS Express RTMM Add-ons Pack (All RTMM for AK/BC areas). (zip 1.4 gb, expands to 5.55gb) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (MSFS Add-ons Linker recommended: https://flightsim.to/file/1572/msfs-addons-linker (bad2000) Finally, recommend use of the Lillte Nav Map US VFR Sectional Charts Map for this trip: LINK: https://flightsim.to/file/51541/little-navmap-map-themes (NCHawk5018) *NOTAM: Be sure to turn off any add-on Navdata packages as this will prevent the showing of the SIRP airfields. Hope you enjoy this glacier excursion in the Stikine Icecap. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Multiplayer Particulars Date and time: Wednesday, October 25, 2023. 1800 UTC AVSIM Discord Server: https://discord.gg/K5Vy6UxWNm - AVSIM GROUP EVENTS-WED. COM2 Microsoft Flight Simulator Multiplayer: EAST USA server. (Set ALL Players) If you want to help others enjoy the multiplayer experience, don't forget to enter your aircraft details on the Wednesday multiplayer spreadsheet (linked HERE). Please be kind enough to enter the title exactly as it stands in the title=”xxx” line of the aircraft.cfg file. Your courtesy will save others a lot of time and effort. Thanks!
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