FSX Copa Flight 559 To Guatemala City Mission
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 42.28 MB
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- Scanned 14 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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All passengers on Copa Flight 559 to San Jose, Costa Rica, Tegucigalpa, Honduras and Guatemala City please board your plane trough gate 59. Capitan here is your coffee, have a nice flight... By Gera Godoy Canova.
"Off to the blue yonder."
The archive vucopa01.zip has 48 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|READ ME FIRST-LEAME PRIMERO.txt||12.05.11||1.64 kB|
|VUELO DE COPA A GUATEMALA||12.04.11||0 B|
|embraer 190.jpg||12.04.11||25.40 kB|
|off to the blue yonder.jpg||12.05.11||65.40 kB|
|AT MPTO.jpg||12.05.11||354.34 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
I decided to pick up this package to help add to my range of missions in North America. Guatemala is a nation that I’ve flown to and from a few times, but definitely one of the lesser-visited countries around. So, with this in mind, I picked up this mission to see what the developer, Gera Godoy Canova, had done with the project.
As ever, installation was a piece of cake. You simply slip it into the same sections as any other mission – I genuinely had no problems at all in getting this to run once I had extracted.
Performance was very impressive as part of the flight. All of your passengers hop onto the flight in a timely manner and then you make the journey from San Jose to Guatemala City. It’s very easy to follow and, in truth, there’s nothing in this that should throw or confuse you.
I immediately found that the information provided from start to finish made it easy to follow along with the mission. You head through Gate 59 and board your plane, let it fill up, and take off into the skies.
If you are looking for a fun and simple mission that allows you to see a few cities you usually wouldn’t, try this. It’s easy to engage with and I found it to offer a simple and charming mission. Whilst it’s not exactly a revolution in terms of features, it’s fun enough to fly around, especially for terrain lovers. It’s a good way to visit other parts of the world that perhaps we don’t see enough of.
Whatever your choice, anyway, you’ll find this to be a welcoming mission pack to try out. Again, it lacks a little in features but it’s still lots of fun to fly with.
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