FSX Everest Mission

Preview Everest. Fly from the peak of Mt. Everest to Lukla airport in Nepal in the Air Creations Trike before running out of oxygen or fuel. Compatible with all versions of FSX. By Owen Graham. Created using Jim Keirs Mission Editor.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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Everest. Fly from the peak of Mt. Everest to Lukla airport in Nepal in the Air Creations Trike before running out of oxygen or fuel. Compatible with all versions of FSX. By Owen Graham. Created using Jim Keirs Mission Editor.

Everest Mission.

Everest Mission.

To install mission, simply extract (unzip) the files in to your main FSX folder. This is the folder in which FSX.exe is located.

This mission should be compatible with all versions of FSX.

This mission can be found under the category of Just For Fun, Intermediate, Everest.

During the mission, if the mission pointer or mission timer appear too large for your taste, they can be resized by pointing at the edges. They are also movable.

The Trike in FSX will not start at high altitudes unless Automixture is enabled in your Aircraft Realism settings.

A chime or tone will notify you of a new text message. Be sure you have text messages enabled, because there are no audible messages.
Remember that the messages are displayed on the kneeboard. So, if you miss one, just pause and look at the kneeboard.

The real Lukla airport is much more spectacular than the FSX version. It is short, and has a 12% slope. Add in some foul weather, and you have one of the world's most dangerous airports. An aborted landing is impossible due to terrain. In spite of that, it has considerable traffic.

DISCLAIMER: This is a fictional mission. The AirCreations Trike was not designed to fly at 29,000 feet. The author takes no responsibility for people who are inspired by this mission to attempt to hang glide from Mt. Everest, or any other high mountain.

Good luck!

Owen Graham (Archtx)

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The archive everest-1.zip has 40 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Everest.JPG09.29.119.12 kB
Just for Fun09.29.110 B
Everest10.03.110 B
Briefing.htm10.03.113.32 kB
complete.BMP09.22.11172.27 kB
Everest.FLT10.03.1110.12 kB
Everest.WX09.20.111.11 MB
Everest.xml10.09.1114.76 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ09.29.11289 B
images09.29.110 B
flagge-nepal.gif09.22.115.93 kB
ghandrung.jpg09.22.11126.07 kB
girls.JPG09.29.1110.80 kB
imagesCAPBIEUK.jpg09.29.118.27 kB
imagesCAR9L6C2.jpg09.29.116.40 kB
imagesCAXF678F.jpg09.22.1115.05 kB
manisha koirala.jpg09.22.1117.22 kB
overview.JPG09.29.117.79 kB
stamp1.jpg09.29.1122.97 kB
stamp2.jpg09.29.1112.46 kB
Thumbs.db09.29.1189.50 kB
yeti-airlines-at-lukla.jpg09.29.1171.59 kB
incomplete.bmp09.22.11172.27 kB
Kneeboard.htm09.28.111.17 kB
Readme.txt10.03.111.45 kB
Sound09.29.110 B
chimes.wav12.11.06325.13 kB
chimes30.wav01.19.091.27 MB
clapping.wav01.24.0931.38 kB
click.wav10.31.06108.38 kB
Ding.wav02.20.1011.33 kB
landing.wav05.26.0649.78 kB
Silence30.wav01.19.091.27 MB
warn.wav11.09.06466.14 kB
yeehaw.wav11.14.0611.91 kB
Missions09.29.110 B
Everest_MErewards.RWD09.29.1163.52 kB
Rewards09.29.110 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Mike OxtinksSun, 04 Mar 2012 14:25:14 GMT

Very Good My Friend. Hard but good.

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