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April 3rd Sunday bush flight
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Uhu_Rodion
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:29 am
Post subject: April 3rd Sunday bush flight

Double flight. This is a first attempt at merging two different flights: a quick one from hub to hub, and a further step towards a smaller airfield lost in the mountains. We begin moving from Vancouver to Portland with the Learjet, then change flight plan and kite and go ahead for a trip on an outstanding park amongst high peaks.

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#005 – CYVR – Vancouver Intl (Canada) - > KPDX – Portland Intl (USA) - > WN55 – Randle-Kiona Park (USA)

flight a)
Overall distance: 229,4 nm.
Estimated time: 0:29 h.


CYVR
SAVED - Intersection - HDG 081° - leg 11,1 nm.
YORKY - Intersection - HDG 160° - leg 210,6 nm.
KPDX - VOR 111,80 MHz – NDB 332,0 kHz - HDG 102° - leg 7,7 nm.

Elevation: 18 ft.
runways
10R – 10.985 ft. – asphalt – ILS IPDX – 110,500 Mhz - 101°
28L – 10.985 ft. – asphalt – ILS IJMJ – 110,500 MHz - 281°
10L – 7.989 ft. – asphalt – ILS IVDG – 111,300 MHz - 101°
28R – 7.989 ft. – asphalt – ILS IIAP – 111,300 MHz - 281°
3 – 6.995 ft. - asphalt – no ILS
21 – 6.995 ft. – asphalt – ILS IGPO – 108,900 MHz - 207°

Aircraft: stock Bombardier Learjet 45
Cruise speed: 300 KIAS
Cruise altitude: 10.000 ft.



flight b)
Overall distance: 107,1 nm.
Estimated time: 0:37 h.


KPDX
WP1 - Waypoint - HDG 315° - leg 21,2 nm.
WP2 - Waypoint - HDG 059° - leg 11,3 nm.
WP3 - Waypoint - HDG 061° - leg 10,4 nm.
WP4 - Waypoint - HDG 010° - leg 6,1 nm.
WP5 - Waypoint - HDG 079° - leg 9,8 nm.
WP6 - Waypoint - HDG 324° - leg 13,7 nm.
WP7 - Waypoint - HDG 259° - leg 11,4 nm.
WP8 - Waypoint - HDG 007° - leg 11,3 nm.
WP9 - Waypoint - HDG 067° - leg 8,0 nm.
WN55 - no VOR - no NDB - HDG 044° - leg 4,0 nm.

Elevation: 937 ft.
runways:
7 – 2.400 ft. - gravel – no ILS
25 – 2.400 ft. - gravel – no ILS

Aircraft: stock Grumman Goose
Cruise speed: 150 KIAS
Cruise altitude: 11.000 ft.



Weather: real
Time: 11:00 local –> 17:00 GMT

The package including flight plan, map, and text file in pdf format with navigation data can be downloaded here:
-> www.com-central.net/ma...BF_005.zip

Marco

P.S.: this time you find two different plans, but next time I want to test the possibility to have a single flight: the only thing that must be checked is if, once you are online, you're allowed to change plane without leaving the session.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 12:29 pm
Post subject: Re: April 3rd Sunday bush flight

Sounds Great Marco! I'm not sure you can change planes with GameSpy, but hosting a new session should work just as well...
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 6:28 pm
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I don't know how it works exactly: the only thing that may be pestering is that all takers must land at first destination, before the second flight can be set up.

This is the reason why I hope there's a way to change plane: in that case I could make a flight in a single plan.
Wink
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 8:14 pm
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we'll need to test that out, one way or the other Razz Wink
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 12:40 am
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Hello all together,

I´m the Newbie here and will try to join your Route.... IF I get menaged everything till tomorrow... LOL.... Let´s see what happenz!

see you, Stephan

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 1:20 am
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Welcome to Com-Central!

We'll be glad to have you join us...
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 3:07 am
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know the area, used to live in Olympia... lotsa trout lakes in the upper mtns - otta pick up some choppers once you get there and do some fishing... interesting airfields at 55S, 21W, 15S and 4S6...

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 7:38 am
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Cool plan, looking forward to this flight!

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Oops, but I can´t come in.... I have found you in Gamespay but i have no password... and how does it works with teamspeak... oh oh... Wink

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:50 pm
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Fun flight. Welcome to the Sunday Bush Flight Stephan. We look forward to seeing you on future flights.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 11:02 pm
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Hello guys,

thanks for that nice evening! It was a funny flight and a great plan and I also look forward to join you on your next routes! And sorry for my little confused conversation... I have to work on my english a "bit" I guess.... Wink Therefore a round of SingleMalt for everyone!!

Here some pics:
Landing-Circus! Mr. Green






For everyone a goog start into the week and till the next time!
All the best, Stephan

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 03, 2011 11:36 pm
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from another point of view Razz







was fun flight and flightplan we had a ball


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 10:02 am
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That was a fun double flight, without the internet gremlins...Thanks Marco!!!

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:04 pm
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Thanks everyone ( Buddy, Fled, Gunter and Stephan) for the pics and/or flying/hosting and thanks Marco for the flight plans! BTW Marco, when are you planning on joining in? Wink

The first leg was fun and it's been awhile since we've used the Lear. That was cool as we flew over the beautiful scenery at 10,000 Ft. Then, as we seen the mountains coming into view, it was time to land, load the second flight plan and switch to the Goose, which is another great plane to fly!!
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