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Chris Crawford

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About Chris Crawford

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  • Birthday 12/01/1991

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  • Location
    STL
  • Interests
    Flying of course!

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About Me

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    727 First Officer

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  1. Between the avionics on the 777 and the Jepp FD Pro X app on the iPad, I don't really see a need for much more tech in the cockpit. But, that's just my opinion...
  2. The 727 is pretty spot on. There are a few things here and there that could be better, but compared to the real thing, I can't complain.
  3. This is one of the reasons why I like flying boxes 😛
  4. En route to ICN. Figured this would make a nice desktop background 😁 file4 by Chris Crawford, on Flickr
  5. The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) charters World Atlantic for the deportation flights I believe. Think they use the call-sign "Repatriate".
  6. I was planning on taking them for a nice little vacation in Europe, since they offered very nice deals out of STL. Sad to see them go, but from what I've seen, most narrow-body LCC international operations don't profit very well. Norwegian is kind of in the same bus right now. As far as I know, they stopped flying their 737's to/from the States.
  7. I'm not even much of a GA fan, but the TBM is definitely one of my favorite planes. I will agree its a little finicky with the steering, but you get the hang of it after awhile
  8. The circle-to-land runway 27 at Telluride was always my favorite approach
  9. I think I saw that aircraft doing laps in the pattern around PTK the other week. Sad, indeed. RIP
  10. In real life, you'll be taxiing in at a walking pace and the marshal will keep motioning you to move forward, barely start to bring his arms up... then at the last second, will close his wands and you'll slam on the brakes. So honestly, for a real life operation, just continue at normal walking pace till the last second 😛
  11. The Feelthere 145 is a pretty good simulation of the actual bird. For 25 bucks, I think its very much worth it, dated textures and all...
  12. I enjoy it more than I don't. It gets very stressful at times... especially when you get an ACARS message that says "contact crew scheduling upon arrival".
  13. Feelthere makes a good one for FSX. Doesn't work for P3Dv4 though. It's pretty accurate in most aspects and the FMS is almost on-par with the real thing, minus ACARS features. Flight characteristics are quite spot-on also. The graphics are the only thing that could use some work (it's a pretty old add-on), as well as some of the FADEC logic. I definitely recommend it though!
  14. The FSW 35 is pretty decent. There are some things that aren't correct when it comes to how the real aircraft operates, but for the price, it's a great addon. My biggest pet-peeve is how it needs a ton of power to even inch it forward on the ground. Haven't tried the aforementioned Lear 25, but I hear great things about it.
  15. Wish I was still flying the 1900, as I could have given you a bunch of stuff. Although, I can answer any questions you might have pertaining to the aircraft itself!
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