What did you do in MSFS today? (Part 2)

Continuing the discussion from What did you do in MSFS today? (Part 1) - #10279 by simtom2.

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Congratulations @woeller3!

Please accept this certificate as your topic is the most active topic on the forum and has reached 10,000 posts!

Let’s keep it going!

All the best,
The MSFS Team

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Congrats! Here’s to another 10.000 replies!

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I am learning how to use the Honda HA-420 HondaJet, I got this plane this week and I have flown all day today.
I even seen some tutorials on YouTube almost 5 hours about his plane and some manual in Internet that I am reading… for example I learned how to use the CSC button :slight_smile: very nice plane, lovely… At the moment no accidents in the most realistic way possible, about 40 trips around Europe without any accident.

  • Normaly 90% of the time I use only the Airbus Neo A320…it’s very easy to start to use one new small plane.

Going to China now.


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Wow!!! Congrats! Here is too another 10000 replies!

(Didn’t know there was a 10000 post limit :laughing:)

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We did it!!!

Haha congrats on the first 10k post.

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Spent the afternoon flying the Hype Performance Group H145.


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Flew the crj 900 from CYDF to CYQB trying to return to home base before the awesome November updates come :slight_smile:

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Failed two days in a row attempting to cross Ontario in a balloon. Only the second leg on this journey, I’m thinking about shelving this naive around the world attempt. Both incidents were totally my fault, but I could easily see getting stuck over water, mountains, or trees being a regular occurrence.

Last night I couldn’t get down before dark, again, and so I pushed on into the blackness riding the winds and lined up to perfectly intersect airfields on the Hudson Bay. But the winds shifted before I got there. I tried to put it down on a lonely rural road using LittleNavMap, but I hit trees in the dark.

I got down with plenty of daylight today, but I was in just an endless sea of conifers. For an hour I drifted past perfectly good openings filled with white sand, but couldn’t get over one. I almost made it to a clearing in the last of the twilight with 5% fuel remaining, but I collapsed the envelope trying to get down in time and plummeted. Frustrating.



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American Airlines A320 landing runway 36 at Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport (SEQM) on beautiful Sunday:

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continued development of my favorite plane (HCG Hughes H1)

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Flew the crj 700 from CYQB to CYUL

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I had a 9 hours flight from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro with Airbus A330-900 (free Headwind addon), and no issues, no CTD, no GPU errors by temperature, no stutters, a perfect flight from start to end, always online in the sim (real time and weather) and connected on VATSIM.
Wonderful.

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Flew the Halo pelican from CYUL to Watertown NY ready to fly back to home base

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Flew the Icon from Diego Garcia to Male… putt putt, whew! Also two fuel stops. Did make some hours, but ocean flights…










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Flew the Tiger Moth in VR and live weather (it’s a bit breezy in Tasmania right now) and had the rare honour of landing it vertically onto the runway at Hobart International, right into the northerly wind. I was then blown backwards (no brakes) before taking off with a touch of throttle and hovering in the gusts about six feet up. :rofl:

Forgot to take a screenshot. :slightly_frowning_face:

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Must add this is a real thing in Tiger Moths. I once watched as a poor old Moth tried to tow a Blanik glider from Albury to Corowa. I was at Bunn brother’s strip at Howlong about half way on his flight. Because of the westerly they were going nowhere, just stuck in the sky. We all had a good laugh as the glider pilot gave up, released the tow and shot ahead of the Moth before wheeling around to do a nice cross wind landing in front of us. The Moth turned down wind and shot off like a rocket, lol.

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Watertown to Rochester NY in the l39 jet just to do a victory flyby before landing

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Was wondering how long thread pt1 will last, congrats

From Aspen to Telluride, and then to O’Hare in a Cessna Citation CJ4. Photo taken after parked in O’Hare.

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