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    Michael
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  1. For uploading images to the forum I use this FREE simple site......https://postimages.org
  2. Mar 2018 - PIREP

    Many thanks chaps and congratulations to Chris too. Cheers Mike.
  3. Mar 2018 - PIREP

    Created in 2002, West Wales Airport is located at Aberporth on the west coast of Wales. It is owned and operated by West Wales Airport Ltd and supplies services to GA, military and unmanned aircraft alike. Centrally positioned within the segregated flying zones of danger areas D201 and D202 the airfield is in a unique position. Access to these areas, coupled with having created the only CAA accredited UAS operations manual in existence, enables the company to provide the most specialised capability in the UK for the operation of both large and small Unmanned Aircraft. For the past 10 years, the special capabilities and accommodation at the airport has enabled flight operations for many different unmanned systems including the Leonardo Falco and the entire period of test and evaluation of the UK MoD’s Watchkeeper UAS. Supplied by Thales UK, this major military program is now successfully in service with the British Army. Picture taken a few miles north of Aberporth.
  4. Mar 2018 - PIREP

    Swansea to Gloucester a great day out following the River Severn and my friend Stephen in hot pursuit. In June 1941 RAF Fairwood common was declared operational as a day and night fighter station. in spring 1949 the station was decommissioned and officially opened as Swansea airport on the 1st of June 1957.
  5. Mar 2018 - PIREP

    The term “The Emerald Isle” is synonymous with Ireland and its rolling hills and vales of green – at least forty shades, or so the famous Johnny Cash song goes. But how did Ireland come to be known as the Emerald Isle? Ireland’s resplendent greenery certainly had a lot to do with it, but there's more to the story and it starts with one rather interesting man. The first time the words ever appeared in print in reference to Ireland was in a poem by Belfast-born William Drennan, titled “When Erin First Rose.”
  6. Advice requested for interim graphics card upgrade

    Hi again Adrian, I only use home made photo scenery and no other add-ons and I am more than happy with P3D v 4 which performs better than FSX and FSX Steam.
  7. Advice requested for interim graphics card upgrade

    Hi Adrian, If this is any help. I'm using P3D v 4 on my "old computer" and it runs perfectly OK at 60 FPS. Its only a 2 core Pentium 3.2 GHz, 16 GB of RAM and the graphics card Nvidia GTX 960 with Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit.
  8. Solent Flight

    Happy it all worked out OK for you Joe. If you want you can remove the photo real scenery bgl file from my folder. The ORBX surrounding scenery looks good too. Cheers Mike.
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  10. Solent Flight

    I have redone the western approach several times now and happy with the final results. I haven't placed the electric pylons as most simmers would have these from other add-ons. I will add a picture later on. Its only a small folder so able to email it to you Joe. Cheers Mike.
  11. Solent Flight

    I have been going cross eyed studying the satellite images and have now added more scenery objects for the western approach...........................
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