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January 28th Sunday flight :: Archived
Come join us each Sunday as we fly around the world exploring new and unusual scenery. We combine some great planes and flight plans with second to none pilots who'll always take the time to teach new comers! All are welcome!
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Uhu_Rodion
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 27, 2007 5:46 am
Post subject: January 28th Sunday flight

Don't be scared by the name of the airfields, we are going to visit some very nice places in Indonesia, amongst which Bali Island and Surabaya, and if I'm not wrong there it should be the right time to wear bath costumes... anybody get news of sharks in those premises?

--- A reminder: as tested extensively during the last weeks, the FSHost server allows us to join the session both with FS9 and FSX without any troubles. So consider that now we have two sims available at the same time... frame rate permitting, of course!

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#108 WRRB - Mohammad Salahuddin (Indonesia) -> WIAS - Abdulrachman Saleh Aero (Indonesia)
Overall distance: 413,3 nm.
Estimated time: 1:25 h.

WRRB
MTM (Mataram) - VOR 114,50 MHz - NDB 330,0 kHz - HDG 267° - leg 155,1 nm.
BLI (Bali/Den Pasar) - VOR 116,20 MHz - NDB 230,0 kHz - HDG 256° - leg 55,4 nm.
BL58F - Intersection - HDG 316° - leg 58,1 nm.
UDANG - Intersection - HDG 304° - leg 29,6 nm.
SBY (Surabaya) - VOR 113,10 MHz - NDB 400,0 kHz - HDG 284° - leg 80,9 nm.
LW (Lawang) - no VOR - NDB 290,0 kHz - HDG 192° - leg 27,3 nm.
WIAS - no VOR - NDB 342,0 kHz - HDG 167° - leg 6,9 nm.
elevation: 1.726 ft.
runways:
17R - asphalt - 6.464 ft. - no ILS
35L - asphalt - 6.464 ft. - no ILS
17L - asphalt - 4.921 ft. - no ILS
35R - asphalt - 4.921 ft. - no ILS

Aircraft: Milton's Howard
Cruise speed: 270 KIAS
Cruise altitude: 14.000 ft.
Weather: static - set by the server
Time: 17:00 local – 10:00 GMT



The package including flight plan, bigger map, kml file for Google Earth and text file with navigation data can be downloaded here:
-> 216.176.86.154/marco/f...CC_108.zip
Flyable both in FS9 and FSX!


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Uhu_Fledermaus
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 2:02 pm
Post subject: Re: January 28th Sunday flight

here some pics of todays outing,

Also will give nice impression of the update for the environmental pack Rolling Eyes



Was nice flight to thankx all for joining the fun


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 2:12 pm
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VEEEEEEEEEEEERY NICE!! Those look like my pics Fled...lol Great job on the update and thank to everyone who joined in on the fun today flying and otherwise!!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 2:30 pm
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Wow, astounding pics!
Going to take the upgrade... Mr. Green

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RCAF_Wingnut
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2007 10:26 pm
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Great Pics. I wish I could have flown with you Sunday, but I was having some problems with Norton. I took Fleds advice, and replaced it with NOD32. Before I replaced it, I tried to uninstall it, and that only caused more problems. Lots of popups that wouldn't go away. I called the folks that make Norton, and they have a free download the completely removes anything made by them. I ran it and it got rid of the problems. I also made an investment that became necessary today. I had to replace my failing joy stick, and I went out and bought a new one. My old stick started the same thing the last one I had did, and that was all of a sudden, the left aileron would go in full up, and the plane would roll over or bank left. If it was a fighter, it would go completely upside down, and that was getting annoying. I bought a new Saitek X52, and I like it. The stick responds lightly, and easily conpaired to the old X45. I did some Helicopter flying tonight, and it was a lot easier to fly and maintain a hover than the old one. The center spring in the X45 was stiff, and the centering piece rubbed against rubber, so it tended to be a lot harder to crank the stick to the side to bank or maintain a light touch for hovering. This one is plastic against plastic so the action is smoother and lighter. Now, I need that power supply to make it complete.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 30, 2007 1:42 am
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Wingy,

glad to hear you got it sorted and congrats on the JS.

Could you pass on the link to that removal tool. could be quite handy for a number of people Wink


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 30, 2007 10:30 pm
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It's up in the Software thread.

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