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The Most Dangerous Airports: Lukla V2. Approach to Lukla v2 (totally new mission). You are a very experienced pilot flying the Twin Otter for Yeti Airlines on an imaginary flight to and from Lukla. Take-off from Biratnagar airport VNVT climb to at least 13500 feet to WP1 turn to Lukla. From WP1 carefully descend to 10000 feet (there should be cloud cover to make it more difficult, if you have some sort of weather add-on running) to WP2 approach to VNLK, after passing through the gate turn sharp right and land at Lukla airport, remember that the runway has an incline of several degrees. Turn around and take-off again, stay on the runway and rotate just before the end of the runway. Follow the valley back to the south until you are able to track the VOR 112.30 at roughly 276 degrees, till you reach Kathmandu Int'l Airport and land. Yes, it sounds easy, but find out for yourself. By Robbie Albers.
Approach to Lukla V2 (Totally New Mission)
You are a very experienced pilot flying the Twin Otter for Yeti Airlines on an imaginary flight to and from Lukla. Take-off from Biratnagar airport VNVT climb to at least 13500 ft to WP1 Turn to Lukla. From WP1 carefully descent to 10000 ft (there should be cloud to make it more difficult, if you have some sort of weather add-on running) to WP2 Approach to VNLK, after passing through the gate turn sharp right and land at Lukla airport, remember that the runway has an incline of several degrees. Turn around and take-off again, stay on the runway and rotate just before the end of the runway. Follow the valley back to the south until you are able to track the VOR 112.30 at roughly 276░, till you reach Kathmandu Intl Airport and land. Yes, it sounds easy, butů find out for yourself.
I have include several webpages from the internet as a guide.
Use the DHC 6 which is part of the first Lukla Mission, all other files are include, unzip it to a temp folder of your choose, then into FSX as indicated by the Package layout tree. Make sure your mission show captioning is ticked on.
Enjoy the missions. I did, creating it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Addon Scenery||06.08.10||0 B|
|Lukla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.mht||02.12.10||291.42 kB|
|LUKLA 20077.jpg||02.12.10||52.99 kB|
|VFR Biratnagar to Tribhuvan Intl.PLN||06.07.10||1.93 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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