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Corvalis TT BankingCorvalis TT Banking

Description
Early Spring
Date Added
Feb 27 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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1990
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2/10
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Corvalis TT into CloudsCorvalis TT into Clouds

Description
Dull weather cool flight
Date Added
Feb 27 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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2185
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1343x890
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Helicopter DustHelicopter Dust

Description
Going Up
Date Added
Feb 10 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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1806
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3.75/10
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1910x1007
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Helicopter Kickin' DustHelicopter Kickin' Dust

Description
Kickin' Dust
Date Added
Feb 10 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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1673
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3.33333/10
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1200x800
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Sequoia Falco For X-Plane 9 OverviewSequoia Falco For X-Plane 9 Overview

Description
A short overview of the 3D manipulator technology found in the Sequoia Falco simulation by X-Scenery.com and published by X-Aviation.com. This aircraft is for X-Plane 9.5+. Video by XAviationVideos. Video Transcription Hello, this is Tom Kyler from x-scenery.com working in conjunction with x- aviation.com, and this is just a short video to demonstrate some of the new features found on our new Sequoia Falco Simulation. The reason we want to do a demonstration of this aircraft is because it contains more 3D interactive technology than the X-Plane aircraft that's come before it including our own MB2. I'm sure many of us here are used to interacting with an X-Plane aircraft in 3D, but probably not to this extent. The Falco is different, and the best way is to just show you some of the features. So bear with me. I'm using a mouse and keyboard to navigate, so I'll try to stay smooth. What you're seeing here is what a lot of people call a "cold and dark situation". We're starting with the engines off. So we've set up the airplane depending on your time of day and whether it's day or night. The certain switches will all be set to certain places based on your start up situation. So, here are a couple of the manipulators, a little bit different. You can manipulate the canopy back and forth. You can - let me get the canopy. I've got little spots on the side where you can shut it. You can close it, and when you latch it, you can't open it again until you unlatch it. Sorry about that. I'm going to unlatch it there, and then now you can open the canopy again. Our goal here with the Falco was anything that you can reach out, move and manipulate in a real aircraft you can do it in this simulated aircraft. So we went as far as doing the eyeball vents, A/C vents here. All the obvious items, trim wheel, this is a parking brake, things like that. These can be just grabbed relatively easy. We did not put manipulators on the yolk, things that you might use regular input for. But they are hooked up to a joystick which I am moving now. You can maybe see the pedals there do their thing also. As I input the joystick hardware you can see some changes made there. Let's just quickly go over the panel to see some of the items. Some are relatively obvious. Here's a rather unique one. We have push buttons, where you push them and they'll actually pop out a little bit and when you let go of them they'll pop out. They work just like a real push button, where when you push it in the system is on and when you push it out the system turns off. So that's something that I haven't seen much of another aircraft. Our goal there was to come up with a push button that we could use on future aircraft like heavy airliners that use many of these buttons. Back up here, all of these other instruments work as you'd expect to, as a manipulator. If you can grab it, then you can manipulate it. All the buttons work on the avionic stacks including the Carmen 430, here. And if you're familiar with the King KX 165 you can operate these things just as well. All the fuses operate. Well, they pull out, rather. Most of them, a lot of them control their circuits, not 100% but we're going to be fixing that as fast as we can I'm sure, as we work on some new systems simulations. All the switches. I'll tell you what, let's look at a cold and dark start up at night and we'll show you how to initialize your state. Actually it's already there, but I'm going to do it again. We've got this thing started up at night, it's so dark I can barely see, so maybe I should get some light back in here, or I guess I can try and deal with it. Let me see here. Oh, there we go. This will probably be good enough. We're going to turn on the master switch and we're going to connect the battery to the bus. Our red light here shows us that we have bus voltage. The green light shows that the gear is down. In this case we've been given just enough light to be able to turn the rest of them on and go through your procedures as you normally would in a real aircraft. Turn the lights back on here. Whichever way the clock goes. Alright. Turn these back down. Let's see. So let's go ahead and get the plane started to show the avionics stack real quick so we don't run out of time, I've got lots left to do. Let's see, we've got to have the mixture on. Now the key, just like the switch on the ADF is a momentary switch it's similar to spring loaded. You can start it as normal and then when you try to start the engine and let it go then the key will spring back. Oops, I took the brake off, put the parking brake back on and maybe not apply so much power. Let's take a quick look at the avionics stack before we're done and we'll see a couple of unique things about the simulation that we have here. In a cold and dark state we have everything turned off so that you have to turn everything on yourself using the power knobs. Once those are on, you can play with a couple of these buttons. Like I said everyone is animated The Garmin 430 is the default unit. You don't have to use click spots, it all works with manipulators, every button works. While it's not the reality XP styling, it's still much easier to work in 3D now that we have manipulators put onto them. It's much more tolerable. If we pull this out we can see the radio on if we happen to tune to that frequency. Let me turn on the ADF that show you how you can change frequencies. The Garmin 430 transponder works just like the real one, for the most part. There's a few functions left that we haven't dealt with. Altitude mode, we're going to hit the indent button, see the indent light up over here, switch to VFR mode, back out. Several functions here that work. One also might not that this particular page has got the outside air temperature on it. It uses a temperature probe and if you were to pull the fuse on that, then you would lose your sense of air and can't get that anymore. We've also animated a whole bunch of needles to take control so that they animate much more smoothly. Take for instance this fuel flow gauge, if we were to pull the fuse on the fuel flow, you'll notice the needles animate up and down slowly. This may seem relatively trivial but there's lots of data raft that Austin uses that are what I'll call "instantaneous" numbers, they flip rapidly from one to another. So we've taken control of almost every needle to make it animate a little smoother. Now we've got the engine running, but there's no load here. This is the general-tor, so we need to flip the alternator on, you'll see our needle alternate all the way up. Yup, we got a good jolt there. Hopefully we didn't trip our alternator fuse down there. You'll see that that circuit works relatively well too. If we actuate the flaps and we keep an eye on the needle over here you'll see that the load will increase on it and it will animate smoothly up and down. We've also applied that same idea to the yolks, so that when you turn on the auto- pilot and turn it off, the yolk will animate. The auto-pilot will try to control it. I'll move the trim here and you can see the auto-pilot work with it. But when you turn things off they'll animate back and forth and this keeps everything smooth. The final thing I want to address for people is, is whether or not you're wondering manipulators can be used from a distance instead of close up. If you can basically see it on screen and get the mouse cursor on it, you can manipulate it. I can actually back up quite here to the plane and that red dot that's probably one of the tougher things to get, the cursor here will actually show you which knob you're on. You get a big knob for the outer knob and a smaller cursor for the smaller knob so I can manipulate this relatively quickly from this far out. Doesn't mean I can see what's on screen, but as far as manipulating it, it's very easy to do. So you're actually going to have more trouble seeing what's on the screen than you are actually trying to manipulate and actuate what's on the screen itself. So anyway that's a quick overview of our manipulators and I want you to get a close hand view of what the Falco looks like up close as far as the quality of what we've put into it and I'm sure we'll be adding a little bit more as time goes on, and we hope that you enjoy it as we take this technology to move on to bigger and better things. So stay tuned at X- scenery.com and certainly X-aviation.com where the best X-plane work gets done. And we'll talk to you soon.
Date Added
Feb 09 2012
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
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3683
Rating
3/10
Image Size
320x240
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Pullin' Up in MexicoPullin' Up in Mexico

Description
Pullin' Up
Date Added
Feb 08 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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1110
Rating
4.66667/10
Image Size
1312x874
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Dusty Airstrip MexicoDusty Airstrip Mexico

Description
On the Yellow dust trail
Date Added
Feb 08 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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1065
Rating
2/10
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1248x832
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Real Scenery Enhanced Island of OahuReal Scenery Enhanced Island of Oahu

Description
Video demonstrating X-Aviation's stunning Real Scenery Enhanced Island of Oahu for X-Plane. Video by id5556.
Date Added
Jan 24 2012
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
Hits
2942
Rating
3.75/10
Image Size
320x240
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Cirus SR22T Turbulance and WindCirus SR22T Turbulance and Wind

Description
Wild weather
Date Added
Jan 22 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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1317
Rating
2/10
Image Size
1920x1080
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Cirrus SR22T in StormCirrus SR22T in Storm

Description
Pitchin' & Rollin'
Date Added
Jan 22 2012
Submitted By
swantee
Hits
1746
Rating
2/10
Image Size
1398x932
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Cessna 172Cessna 172

Description
Panning the Salt flats
Date Added
Jan 21 2012
Submitted By
swantee
Hits
1958
Rating
4/10
Image Size
1200x800
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Cessna 172 over salt flatsCessna 172 over salt flats

Description
Forgot to put salt on my French Fries--Sorted!
Date Added
Jan 21 2012
Submitted By
swantee
Hits
1455
Rating
4.66667/10
Image Size
1126x751
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Ercoupe E415Ercoupe E415

Description
Dabbling in the salt lakes of KEDW
Date Added
Jan 20 2012
Submitted By
swantee
Hits
1476
Rating
5.5/10
Image Size
1200x800
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StinsonStinson

Description
Dusty airstrip
Date Added
Jan 20 2012
Submitted By
swantee
Hits
1354
Rating
4.66667/10
Image Size
1200x800
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Cessna A37Cessna A37

Description
Does she really fly so well in reality?
Date Added
Jan 20 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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1432
Rating
4.33333/10
Image Size
1329x885
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Cirrus SR22Cirrus SR22

Description
Evening KEDW
Date Added
Jan 20 2012
Submitted By
swantee
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3041
Rating
4.33333/10
Image Size
1415x944
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Cirrus Sr22 KEDWCirrus Sr22 KEDW

Description
First shots in v10
Date Added
Jan 20 2012
Submitted By
swantee
Hits
2388
Rating
6.6/10
Image Size
1433x955
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X-Plane 10 Official Promotional VideoX-Plane 10 Official Promotional Video

Description
The official X-Plane 10 promotional video from the team at Laminar Research. X-Plane 10 - The Simulator World is No Longer Flat. Everything you see if from the XP10 simulator. Absolutely no visual effects of any kind have been added. The audio has been sweetened as this is a "film".
Date Added
Jan 19 2012
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
Hits
175463
Rating
8.82269/10
Image Size
320x240
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X-Plane 10 Official TrailerX-Plane 10 Official Trailer

Description
The official trailer video for X-Plane 10. Created by and featuring many aircraft from JRollon.
Date Added
Dec 14 2011
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
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52030
Rating
7.33333/10
Image Size
640x390
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X-Plane 10: B-52 StratofortressX-Plane 10: B-52 Stratofortress

Description
Official screenshot from X-Plane 10 showing B-52 Stratofortress in flight.
Date Added
Dec 09 2011
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
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4387
Rating
7.57143/10
Image Size
1600x900
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X-Plane 10: KC-10 ExtenderX-Plane 10: KC-10 Extender

Description
Official screenshot from X-Plane 10 showing KC-10 Extender refueling aircraft in flight.
Date Added
Dec 09 2011
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
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4094
Rating
6.8/10
Image Size
1920x1080
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X-Plane 10: F-4 Phantom II taking off from a carrierX-Plane 10: F-4 Phantom II taking off from a carrier

Description
Official screenshot from X-Plane 10 showing Phantom taking off from an aircraft carrier.
Date Added
Dec 09 2011
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
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3503
Rating
6.71429/10
Image Size
1594x877
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X-Plane 10: Water TakeoffX-Plane 10: Water Takeoff

Description
Official screenshot for X-Plane showing a water plane taking off from the water.
Date Added
Dec 09 2011
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
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2183
Rating
6/10
Image Size
1600x900
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Cirrus SR 22T early morningCirrus SR 22T early morning

Description
Cirrus SR 22T early morning
Date Added
Oct 20 2011
Submitted By
swantee
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1343
Rating
6/10
Image Size
1027x739
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Stinson L5 PanelStinson L5 Panel

Description
Stinson L5 Panel: How on earth did they navigate these things?
Date Added
Sep 24 2011
Submitted By
swantee
Hits
1934
Rating
6/10
Image Size
1920x1017
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Stinson L5 over CoastStinson L5 over Coast

Description
Stinson L5 over Coast: Don't know where I got this from but she's a darling for Island hopping.
Date Added
Sep 24 2011
Submitted By
swantee
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1404
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4.66667/10
Image Size
836x545
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Carenado Cessna 172 FloatsCarenado Cessna 172 Floats

Description
Carenado Cessna 172 Floats: Into a quiet Bay
Date Added
Sep 24 2011
Submitted By
swantee
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2634
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5/10
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983x726
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Carenado Cessna 172 PanelCarenado Cessna 172 Panel

Description
Carenado Cessna 172 Panel: Carenado on floats
Date Added
Sep 24 2011
Submitted By
swantee
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2606
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6/10
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1467x957
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Cessna Mustang over Washington BayCessna Mustang over Washington Bay

Description
Washington Bay-lovely place to fly around
Date Added
Sep 23 2011
Submitted By
Swantee
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1681
Rating
4.66667/10
Image Size
1139x698
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Cessna Mustang Over CoastCessna Mustang Over Coast

Description
Cessna Mustang Over Coast: Nice to fly.
Date Added
Sep 23 2011
Submitted By
Swantee
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1400
Rating
5.75/10
Image Size
1012x698
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Gulfstream II flying in rainGulfstream II flying in rain

Description
Gulfstream II flying in rain: Then it poured
Date Added
Sep 23 2011
Submitted By
swantee
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1965
Rating
2/10
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1012x698
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Gulfstream IIGulfstream II

Description
Gulfstream II flying Cyxx to KNUW
Date Added
Sep 23 2011
Submitted By
swantee
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1317
Rating
6.6/10
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757x534
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Gulfstream II KORSGulfstream II KORS

Description
Gulfstream II KORS: Squally weather
Date Added
Sep 23 2011
Submitted By
swantee
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1322
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4.66667/10
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757x534
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Boeing 777 over the AlpsBoeing 777 over the Alps

Description
Me doing a Dovesky VA flight from Innsbruck to Aviano Airbase.
Date Added
Apr 23 2011
Submitted By
jianqing
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3556
Rating
5/10
Image Size
1024x768
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Avoid birds in X-PlaneAvoid birds in X-Plane

Description
This is a screenshot of X-Plane demo downloaded from the "free flight simulator" section. On April 21, 2011, the Sukhoi Superjet 100 made its first commercial flight!
Date Added
Apr 23 2011
Submitted By
jianqing
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3354
Rating
6.625/10
Image Size
1024x768
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X-Plane 9 GameplayX-Plane 9 Gameplay

Description
This video demonstrates the gameplay of X-Plane version 9, created by Laminar Research. It shows jets, helicopters, scenery...
Date Added
Mar 18 2011
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
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17719
Rating
5.625/10
Image Size
480x292
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X-Plane 10 Aircraft Demonstration by JrollonX-Plane 10 Aircraft Demonstration by Jrollon

Description
This video demonstrates some of the aircraft that will be included in X-Plane 10. The official description from...
Date Added
Mar 16 2011
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
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5053
Rating
7/10
Image Size
960x560
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X-Plane 10 Preview VideoX-Plane 10 Preview Video

Description
A short preview video demonstrating some of the features in X-Plane 10. This video was created by Vmax Aero Systems for...
Date Added
Mar 16 2011
Submitted By
flyawaysimulation.com
Hits
11483
Rating
8.28572/10
Image Size
640x380
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Dovesky a320 in Air New Zealand LiveryDovesky a320 in Air New Zealand Livery

Description
"We'd like to thank you folks for flying with us today. And, the next time you get the insane urge to go blasting through the skies in a pressurized metal tube, we hope you'll think of us here at Dovesky Virtual Airlines."
Date Added
Feb 15 2011
Submitted By
jianqing
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2639
Rating
4.33333/10
Image Size
1024x768
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BA 777 at bostenBA 777 at bosten

Description
X-Plane demo downloaded here: http://flyawaysimulation.com/downloads-file-3276-details.html Try it!
Date Added
Feb 15 2011
Submitted By
jianqing
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2426
Rating
3/10
Image Size
1024x768
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This aint looking goodThis aint looking good

Description
Don't worry, our planes are fitted with a bathroom and a chapel!
Date Added
Feb 15 2011
Submitted By
jianqing
Hits
2623
Rating
4.66667/10
Image Size
1024x768
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My Aircraft Model in X-PlaneMy Aircraft Model in X-Plane

Description
I modified the 747 using plane maker and made this A380 in my virtual Airline colors.
Date Added
Aug 12 2010
Submitted By
jianqing
Hits
1935
Rating
2/10
Image Size
800x600
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Cape MD-11Cape MD-11

Description
Crossing Cape Cod in a Delta MD-11
Date Added
Aug 10 2010
Submitted By
Kilonum
Hits
3381
Rating
5.5/10
Image Size
1680x988
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Turning to heading 135Turning to heading 135

Description
Action shot of a Delta Lockheed L-1011 Tristar
Date Added
Aug 10 2010
Submitted By
Kilonum
Hits
2820
Rating
6.83333/10
Image Size
1680x988
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DC-8-71 Seattle Departure SunsetDC-8-71 Seattle Departure Sunset

Description
Departing SeaTac in a DC-8-71 at sunset in summer
Date Added
Aug 10 2010
Submitted By
Kilonum
Hits
3785
Rating
5.75/10
Image Size
1680x950
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Atlantic DawnAtlantic Dawn

Description
Dawn on a transatlantic flight in a Gulfstream G550
Date Added
Aug 10 2010
Submitted By
Kilonum
Hits
2852
Rating
3.66667/10
Image Size
1680x988
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dk784dk784

Description
I was able to land safely even after running out of 5 minutes on the demo. DK784.
Date Added
Aug 07 2010
Submitted By
jianqing
Hits
2415
Rating
6.16667/10
Image Size
800x600
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dk852dk852

Description
Nice graphics for a sim made in 1999.
Date Added
Aug 07 2010
Submitted By
jianqing
Hits
1691
Rating
3/10
Image Size
800x600
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DK855 MaydayDK855 Mayday

Description
I ran out of 5 minutes and did a extremly hard "Landing" at Long Beach. It was good enough, i thought I'll never get it to the ground. Whooo!!!!! My own Dovesky VA DK855.
Date Added
Aug 06 2010
Submitted By
jianqing
Hits
1918
Rating
4/10
Image Size
800x600
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Delta in X-PlaneDelta in X-Plane

Description
Dovesky VA(My offline VA) taking off from Long Beach for a short flight to Los Alamitos. This is because of the 5 minutes deadline x-plane gave me. After 5 minutes, you lose control, the plane will still fly with the autopilot.
Date Added
Aug 04 2010
Submitted By
jianqing
Hits
2199
Rating
3/10
Image Size
800x600

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