Several years ago, with FSX, I followed Slarty & Dean’s RTW route (making a few changes and deviations along the way.) I was looking to follow it again, but unfortunately, it looks like the site has since been mothballed.
With the major scenery improvements in MSFS, I’ve decided to embark on another 'round the world journey and am tracking progress on Google Maps. I’m including descriptions in each of the legs and airport stops. This is a work in progress, and I’ve been adding more detail as I go along.
Most legs are about 1-2 hours. I’m going to places that are of interest to me. As of this post, I’ve completed about 60 legs, and it could be close to 400 by the time I’m done. It might not take as long as I thought. Considering what’s going on with the pandemic, I’ve been devoting a lot of my free time to the sim.
The trip began in the DA62 but I quickly realized I would prefer something a little faster, so I upgraded to the TMB 930 after about 10 legs.
I’m still going through a learning curve with the sim, so I’m using the trek to help improve skills and see some sights at the same time. Most flights are VFR although I’m using instruments and relying on approach charts much of the time but would like to try a few more challenging landings as the journey goes on.
I’ll be updating progress regularly. Feel free to offer any feedback or suggestions. Cheers.