What did you do in MSFS today? (Part 1)

Been attempting to fly the C Caravan in New Guinea with live weather into some unbelievable dirt strips in the mountains. Not all went well… :rofl:
Hats off to the the guys who do it for real.

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Thanks, I kind of knew that (the winds are usually from the West here as well) but never considered when I decided to travel West, good to know.

Luckily I keep most legs quite small so a headwind is usually not an issue. For this big leap, I waited for some tailwind.

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Some settings (Bing Data!) got disabled automatically at some point. So the screenshots are with less than ideal scenery. Not sure if that influences the trees though. Never been to iceland, sadly. I was just happy to see a runway :stuck_out_tongue:

138 countries under my belt, and only 103 to go… Maybe its time that I get out and clean the windshield? At least it’s time to get the old gal serviced?

43,416 NM traveled so far, and 169:35 hours later. Good times!

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Looks awesome - ignorant question, but where can I download this? What is the plane? I def want something to enjoy the (soon to be updated) UK coastline…

Check out @GotGravel’s Savage Carbon, a spiced up version of the standard Zlin Savage:

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Not sure if right thread - can someone recommend a plugin that gives me a bit more purpose when I’m flying. I forget the name - you take passengers, they rate your landings, etc? Much appreciated )

Today I saw this just after take-off. When it works, it really works. What a scene.

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You could check this one out:

There’s also FS Economy and some commercial packages like On Air and Air Hauler. But I don’t know those.

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Thank you Monk!

Sunrise over Gulf Islands, BC

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Checked out Hiroshima yesterday. A creator, FreakyD has been building up several cities in Japan, Hiroshima being one of them. I’ve been there twice, so seeing familiar buildings and streets is the draw of this game. So looking forward to the coming of helicopters.

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The add on you are referring to is Self-Loading Cargo. Its an old one but still fun, in fact it’s a hoot when things get rowdy in the back. Link below. There is a video on it too.

Self-Loading Cargo

Heading down the West Coast of Africa. Angola Big Skies:

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Are those Tundra tires?!
BTW very cool-I’ve flown a 172 over those islands a few times in real life.

yes they are.
got the mod here:

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Tested my new Ryzen 9 5900X CPU, I am finally happy with the performance in every possible scenario.

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Took my Cessna Citation Longitude to 40,000 feet… because I can.

Jim-Sim

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On my South-American tour.

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Flying over Hoover Dam, I notice I had two (one the USA update and the creator-developed app); after I removed the CDA, I came back and did a check flight and landing into Boulder. Nice airport.

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