Fly Away Simulation

FSX Soaring in Catalonia Scenery

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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Scenery Soaring in Catalonia. Adaptation of previous scenario of Catalonia, Spain, published in 2008. This scenary contains the entirety of the territory of Catalonia, but with special emphasis in the region of the mountain range of the Pyrenees where are the aerodromes LECE and LFNQ that are starting point to carry out flights in gliders. By Toni Agramont.

Screenshot of Catalonia Scenery.

Screenshot of Catalonia Scenery.

In November of 2008 it publishes the version II of the scenario of my country; Catalonia with my morals a very low one because of my health. The time has passed and it seems that I made a mistake then "I am still here". In the course of these almost two years I have adapted that scenario for FsX because one day I discovered the fantastic  possibilities that he offers the glider of FsX, DG808S. for flights in mountain. Microsoft has taken care to the maximum of those sensations that are experienced in this discipline. The tug and the towed flight are almost real. The thermal ones are fantastic and the behavior of the glider is perfect they can be carried out flights of up to 200 kilometers on the mountain range of the Pyrenees Now can stroll for places that were real in its moment. The landscape is very real because I have recognized many peack. I have flown many years in this flight type... ..3000 hours and in fact in the aerodromes of LECE and LFNQ. When I flew in LFNQ was instructor with I title french during some years and I can assure that the hours more happy I have passed them in the airs of that region. To fly in glider is but difficult that to fly in a conventional airplane. It requires but precision in the pilotage and mainly to stay inside a thermal one to win height and to travel kilometers following the established route. The pretender of Microsoft offers all these possibilities with the advantage that if you center a thermal one perfectly you can climb up to 20.000 feet thing that in the reality it is not possible, but you he/ gives enough autonomy until finding the following thermal .No we forget that we fly in virtual. Be not discouraged if you decide yo prove the I magnify DG808S. To fly with success it is necessary to be true pilot. he helped you in the learning to practice, a) the Tutorial 7, flight ,b)Circuit in glider in the Alps Austrian, c) flight Circuit with glider of the championship of Sweden. You can also consult Notes of flight of the competition glider DG808S.

To install it follows the instructions of Old_Readme.txt.

I wish you happy flights.

In these mountains I got the record of height of Spain homologated by the FAI reaching 7800 meters in 1969.

Gliding over Mount Andorra.

Gliding over Mount Andorra.



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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Cathedral Gaudi1.JPG10.23.08139.02 kB
Mont_Louis_La_Quillane1.JPG08.27.1082.13 kB
Mount_Andorra.JPG08.27.1098.54 kB
On the air.JPG08.27.10119.93 kB
Scenery.zip08.27.105.63 MB
Texture.zip08.27.1067.70 MB
File_ID.diz08.28.10557 B
Llegiume.txt11.01.086.51 kB
Old_Readme.txt08.28.105.81 kB
Readme1.txt08.28.102.38 kB
BCN_2.JPG10.23.08123.79 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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