FSX New Year's Flight Adventure
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Adventure Flight--New Year's Flight (or an important flight in New Zealand during WW2). New Zealand entered the Second World War by declaring war on Nazi Germany at 9:30 pm 3 September 1939. It is December 29th and your DC-3, C-46 squadron 599 has been alerted to pick up special mountain experts personnel throughout the country. Your DC-3 must start at Mount Cook and fly the "Mountain" Route to places like the famous seminary of The Holy Grail, where Father Ephrom is waiting. The men and women you will pick up are expert climbers needed to advise Allied commanders in the field. Not a flight for beginners. All the mountain fields you will be landing are very tricky so make sure some strong stuff is in the thermos bottle! By Gera Godoy C.
1) Place the following .bgl files in your FSX/Addon Scenery/Scenery folder AND activate them.
This will create the new airports in FSX´s New Zealand needed for the flight.
3) Print the FLIGHT MAP.jpg which will aid you in your navigation.(Note that ALL airports you will fly to APPEAR IN "MAP" VIEW OF FSX after placing .bgl files)
Follow the Enclosed Instructions for the flight.
Have a nice flight.
The archive zealand.zip has 22 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|christchurch-NZCH-END OF THE LINE.jpg||12.27.07||68.45 kB|
|MOUNT COOK-NZMC-START.jpg||12.27.07||48.66 kB|
|ZWATZ-NZT8-2ND STOP.jpg||12.27.07||64.73 kB|
|FLIGHT INSTRUCTIONS.txt||12.28.07||2.27 kB|
|READ ME FIRST.txt||12.28.07||819 B|
|FLIGT ROUTE MAP.JPG||12.28.07||96.81 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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