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  1. 2 points
    not that type of spin thank you.....
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    Back to basics in a new Airhauler Startup. Just a few snaps from some of the first flights hauling either a small cargo or a fat Pax. Home base. Sonoma Skypark. Returning to Sonoma from a job to Calistoga. Hauling something or other to Half Moon Bay from Sonoma. Taking a maxed out airframe with a rich skinny pax and his tiny cargo to Winnemucca, NV from Sonoma, Ca...a Long Haul: Passing over Donner Lake...at 9,000 ft...about as high as it comfortably flies without trimming fuel so far back an accidental bump will cut the fuel...and it is bumpy over the mountains as my passenger keeps reminding me... Arriving at Winnemucca. Pax was grumbly and only gave 63% rep for the 'uncomfortable ride'...what did he expect booking a C-152II for a Sierra Crossing...moron. Regardless...I got the 5 grand for his tiny cargo...F his reputation. Cheers, Coff.
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    nice shots Matt, looks a nice AC......who needs moaning PAX ?
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    Old image hosting no works. I reload shots, sorry.
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    Note: While the data in this thread is still valid, the entire thing has been superseded by the Mutley's Hangar Airport Diagram Download Center. Top level is here... http://forum.mutleyshangar.com/index.php?/topic/23067-airport-diagram-download-center/ At this writing there are about 300 bundles available by country (by state/province in US, Canada, Australia) and something north of 7,400 airports diagrammed. Production continues and more airports are being added to the existing bundles every month.
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    I don't have nor fly many jets, but of the military classic iron in my hangar the MilViz F100D is a favorite and I wanted to toss it into your ring for consideration. I confess to auto starting it, but it supposedly has "Extensive Systems Modeling". It supports all the P3D platforms as well as FSX/Accel/Steam...It is TacPac enabled (I don't have TacPac...). It looks awesome inside and out (Big MilViz fan when it comes to VC's), and it is a handful challenge to fly at slow speeds. And regarding "your skill" level; I'd say the Sky's the Limit buddy...whatever you want to fly you will be successful at it. Cheers. Matt.
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    Check out the MILVIZ line of fighters also, they have a few Phantoms along with others. http://milviz.com/flight/product_listing.php You also have the luxury of a Mutley's Hangar review http://www.mutleyshangar.com/reviews/jg/f4/f4.htm Since I don't have these and had trouble finding a review on the SImworks version I will give you this tidbit gleaned from another forum from a fellow named henerystreet which echoed other opinions I have read and will give you something to dwell upon until the words of wisdom spills forth from our members here, Quote- "I have both the latest version of the Simworks F-4B/N and the Milviz F4-J/S. Both are really good add-ons but have different goals or focus. The SimWorks is more a "traditional" FSX aircraft add-on with very good weapons simulation, including TacPack and a strong focus on modeling the cockpit of the F-4B. The Milviz is an F4-J/S and has more "technology" in the flight modeling, animations and system simulation. *However, it is not at this time TacPack enabled and the weapons systems are not simulated to a great degree. Modeling/textures is some better on the Milviz and the flight model is as close to the real world manuals as I have ever tested. The SimWorks is better on FPS and has a better selection of re-paints. If you want to simulate an F-4B/N with good weapons then the SimWorks is your bet. If you want the most accurate flight model of F4-J/S *and not worried about TacPack right now, then go with the Milviz. Note that the Phantom was a handful to fly at slow speeds and the Milviz models this very accurately." *Note that the MILVIZ version is now available with TacPack. I also notice the Simworks version comes with an aircraft carrier which could be a plus. Hope this helps you at least a little bit.
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