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    Lucy Palmer
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    EGCC

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  1. Word(s) association game

    Is that winchcraft or am I thinking of witchcraft
  2. first trip 737 to EGCC

    I second that
  3. first trip 737 to EGCC

    Not entirely sure what I've done there.....
  4. first trip 737 to EGCC

    That sounds about right You ought to plough through the Angle of Attack video collection about this plane...oh boy! I have seen Pilot H flights, very helpful.
  5. Airfoillabs C172SP

    Of course, it's not the A2A in X-Plane, I'm so used to flying A2A in FSX that I automatically relate to that...But indeed, the Simcoders package does bring it up to A2A standards so might get that.
  6. first trip 737 to EGCC

    No kidding? Only yesterday I watched your three and a half hour LOWI to EGCC flight and really enjoyed it. I am so eager to get proficient with this plane. I have it for FSX and when I am flight capable I will treat myself to the P3Dv4 version.
  7. Not finding anything in the review section I thought I would ask here, does anyone have the Airfoillabs C172 for XP11? I have the A2A 172 as part of the XP11 package and was wondering how the 'labs version compared. and if it was worth buying or sticking with the A2A. I have looked a some YouTube videos but this hasn't helped me make a decision. I'm not sure as a study aircraft it could go much further than A2A. Maybe the flight systems are virtually the same and the differences merely cosmetic. Any thoughts would be helpful please.
  8. Orbx sale - 48% off!

    Having only had P3Dv4 for a few weeks this sale is an opportunity to get some scenery so have got Australia, New Zealand (North and South,) England and Scotland. These are the areas I most often fly GA so that all I need for now.
  9. I see you have a Tigers Eye in there, It stimulates taking action, and helps you to make decisions with discernment and understanding unclouded by your emotions. Perfect for a driver. Well done Neil. I think this is a great idea, I might do the same to my yoke
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