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FS/X-plane Bog Standard Screenshot Thread!  
User currently offlineA340313X From United Kingdom, joined May 2007, 163 posts, RR: 0
Posted (4 years 2 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 19017 times:

As requested! Can just be anything you want.

Here's some from my latest flight, KL644 JFK-AMS. Posky's 777 looking fantastic as always!



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User currently offlineA340313X From United Kingdom, joined May 2007, 163 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (4 years 2 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 19012 times:

And a couploe more from the end of that flight:



User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 2, posted (4 years 2 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 18986 times:

Quoting A340313X (Thread starter):
As requested! Can just be anything you want.

Yay! Nice 777, love those KL colours.

Here's an FR 763 EI-CAD, with the Canaries in the background. (Controversially, it's an FS2002 aircraft!)

http://i563.photobucket.com/albums/ss78/kierno84/fsscr003-57.jpg

 



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User currently offlineMIAspotter From Spain, joined Nov 2001, 2739 posts, RR: 25
Reply 3, posted (4 years 2 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 18956 times:

Quoting aerdingus (Reply 2):
it's an FS2002 aircraft

Talk about a blast from the past.. is that the IFDG? or earlier POSKY 76s model?

Here is my contribution... as usual LX A320s 

HB-IJE on her first rotation of the morning to LHR...
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/A330Driver/ZRH2.jpg

Later in the day here she is flying high on her way back to ZRH from BEG
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/A330Driver/ZRH3.jpg

Dunlops dangling and flaps-a-flappin' approaching ZRH from BEG with some rain.
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/A330Driver/ZRH1.jpg

She will continue to LHR after a crew change.. me.. I am done for today.

MIAspotter.



I think, therefore I don´t fly Ryanair.
User currently offlineUltimateDelta From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 2093 posts, RR: 6
Reply 4, posted (4 years 2 weeks ago) and read 18945 times:

Here's my contribution to the (virtual) Cessna Citation Special Olympics Airlift- Flying a Citation II from CID to LNK:

http://i559.photobucket.com/albums/ss37/UltimateDelta/2010-7-15_11-39-12-109.jpg

http://i559.photobucket.com/albums/ss37/UltimateDelta/2010-7-14_18-3-47-78.jpg
Hauling a load of cargo down the California coast from SFO to SAN. Landing on runway 9 only 250 pounds under max gross weight is scary!

http://i559.photobucket.com/albums/ss37/UltimateDelta/2010-7-13_21-5-28-453.jpg
Insel Air MD-83 inbound from Curacao

http://i559.photobucket.com/albums/ss37/UltimateDelta/2010-7-13_21-5-44-500.jpg
Another angle

http://i559.photobucket.com/albums/ss37/UltimateDelta/2010-7-16_16-42-53-968.jpg
Wonder what would happen if I tried this with the F-18?  



Midwest Airlines- 1984-2010
User currently offlineTHEBATMAN From United States of America, joined Aug 2007, 845 posts, RR: 8
Reply 5, posted (4 years 1 week 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 18922 times:
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Well I'm glad you started this thread, because I got this groovy new airplane and it doesn't really fit the other categories! I've been watching for Eaglesoft to finally release their version of the Diamond DA-42 Twinstar...and they finally did. For some reason, I've loved this airplane ever since I saw it at Oshkosh a few years back. Ok, enough babble - here it is:

On the ground at ORD
http://i719.photobucket.com/albums/ww199/xxdarkknight/Twinstar3.jpg

The 2D cockpit
http://i719.photobucket.com/albums/ww199/xxdarkknight/Twinstar1.jpg

The virtual cockpit
http://i719.photobucket.com/albums/ww199/xxdarkknight/Twinstar2.jpg

Flying over Chicago
http://i719.photobucket.com/albums/ww199/xxdarkknight/Twinstar4.jpg

Up in the air with the greatest of ease...
http://i719.photobucket.com/albums/ww199/xxdarkknight/Twinstar5.jpg



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User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 6, posted (4 years 1 week 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 18891 times:

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 3):
Talk about a blast from the past.. is that the IFDG? or earlier POSKY 76s model?

I know! POSKY  
Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 3):
Dunlops dangling and flaps-a-flappin'

  



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User currently offlineMIAspotter From Spain, joined Nov 2001, 2739 posts, RR: 25
Reply 7, posted (4 years 1 week 5 days 14 hours ago) and read 18860 times:

Quoting aerdingus (Reply 6):



I know.. sometimes I don´t know what I write, or if it makes sense... 
Quoting aerdingus (Reply 6):
I know! POSKY

Yeah, I remember their V1 of the 767, it was a nice model for the time, then they came out with the 744 which was also a cutting edge model, then it was the 777 with flexing wings which I think was a first for FS.

Gosh I am old...

MIAspotter.



I think, therefore I don´t fly Ryanair.
User currently offlineediCHC From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 8, posted (4 years 1 week 5 days ago) and read 18820 times:

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 7):
Gosh I am old...

Ha ha you young whippersnapper you!  

I can remember the flying bricks that were the standard fare the early versions of FS, they looked like they were made of
LEGO.


User currently offlineediCHC From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 9, posted (4 years 1 week 4 days 20 hours ago) and read 18794 times:

Been out of town for a few days so not much flying done. As I was away in Queenstown thought I would replicate this on FS with a short domestic hop down to ZQN.



User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 10, posted (4 years 1 week 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 18779 times:

Quoting ediCHC (Reply 8):
I can remember the flying bricks that were the standard fare the early versions of FS, they looked like they were made of
LEGO.

Lol & I thought FS2002 looks bad!



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User currently offlineMIAspotter From Spain, joined Nov 2001, 2739 posts, RR: 25
Reply 11, posted (4 years 1 week 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 18774 times:

Quoting ediCHC (Reply 8):
I can remember the flying bricks that were the standard fare the early versions of FS, they looked like they were made of
LEGO.

I know... back then moving parts where unheard of... flaps did not smoothly move from position to position, they will just snap... same with landing gears, either up or down.... no smooth transition with opening bays and elaborate mechanisms to put them there.

Quoting aerdingus (Reply 10):
Lol & I thought FS2002 looks bad!

You ain´t seen FS98... 

MIAspotter.



I think, therefore I don´t fly Ryanair.
User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 12, posted (4 years 1 week 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 18774 times:

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 11):

I know... back then moving parts where unheard of... flaps did not smoothly move from position to position, they will just snap... same with landing gears, either up or down.... no smooth transition with opening bays and elaborate mechanisms to put them there.

Stop...I'm gona have nightmares....   

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 11):
You ain´t seen FS98...

Oh..I looked on Youtube...bad things..but kind of fascinating!   



Cabin crew blog http://dolefuldolegirl.blogspot.ie/
User currently offlineMIAspotter From Spain, joined Nov 2001, 2739 posts, RR: 25
Reply 13, posted (4 years 1 week 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 18772 times:

Quoting aerdingus (Reply 12):
Stop...I'm gona have nightmares....

And don´t get me started on opening doors and cargo bays... and engine fans...

Quoting aerdingus (Reply 12):
Oh..I looked on Youtube...bad things..but kind of fascinating!

It was ok for the time... I learned a lot on it.

MIAspotter.



I think, therefore I don´t fly Ryanair.
User currently offlineediCHC From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 14, posted (4 years 1 week 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 18763 times:

Quoting aerdingus (Reply 12):
Stop...I'm gona have nightmares....   

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 11):
You ain´t seen FS98...

Well go have a search for FS95 then. (I'll have some major tranquillisers ready for you Aerdingus!  

Ohh man I just had to edit this to include this beauty!

www.youtube.com/user/196666joe#p/u/9/O0zqqgHpeyc

[Edited 2010-07-20 06:21:36]

User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 15, posted (4 years 1 week 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 18754 times:

Quoting ediCHC (Reply 14):
www.youtube.com/user/196666joe#p/u/9/O0zqqgHpeyc

Something else alright! Looks like Tron or something! Old technology is so interesting. Like I'm pretty sure it was cutting edge @ the time. It all really took some jump up with FS2002 though, didn't it?



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User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 16, posted (4 years 1 week 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 18664 times:

Landing very short @ Gdansk.

http://i563.photobucket.com/albums/ss78/kierno84/fsscr025-12.jpg



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User currently offlineEdIcHc From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 17, posted (4 years 1 week 14 hours ago) and read 18632 times:

Wow that 737 is not yellow, its YELLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Talk about setting it down on the piano keys!


User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 18, posted (4 years 1 week 10 hours ago) and read 18620 times:

Quoting EdIcHc (Reply 17):
Wow that 737 is not yellow, its YELLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lol, I know, mine eyes hurt!

Quoting EdIcHc (Reply 17):
Talk about setting it down on the piano keys!

More butter fingers than piano fingers eh?......   



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User currently offlineMIAspotter From Spain, joined Nov 2001, 2739 posts, RR: 25
Reply 19, posted (4 years 1 week 4 hours ago) and read 18606 times:

Right-o.

Flight LX8356 Zurich to Kos Ippokratis.
This is operated by Swiss on behalf of Edelweiss.
A320 HB-IJN

High up somewhere over Croatia en route.
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/A330Driver/FlightSim/KGS1.jpg

The day is starting to fade away as we near the Greek Islands.
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/A330Driver/FlightSim/KGS2.jpg

Kos airport in sight, slowing down and descending for final approach.
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/A330Driver/FlightSim/KGS3.jpg

Safely down and parked, PAX quickly deplaned and are ready to start their holidays... whilst I am in the cockpit punching the return leg on the FMS...   
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y243/A330Driver/FlightSim/KGS4.jpg

MIAspotter.



I think, therefore I don´t fly Ryanair.
User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 20, posted (4 years 1 week ago) and read 18580 times:

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 19):
whilst I am in the cockpit punching the return leg on the FMS...

   Those b******s! But lovely LX pics as per.



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User currently offlineMIAspotter From Spain, joined Nov 2001, 2739 posts, RR: 25
Reply 21, posted (4 years 1 week ago) and read 18576 times:

Quoting aerdingus (Reply 20):
Those b******s! But lovely LX pics as per.

Thank you!!   

But I got revenge by laughing at the inbound PAX hehe.

Just landed back in ZRH a few minutes ago... sure it was a long flight    ... now let's check the ZRH website to see what I can fly tomorrow...

MIAspotter.



I think, therefore I don´t fly Ryanair.
User currently offlineEdIcHc From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 22, posted (4 years 6 days 7 hours ago) and read 18540 times:

Quoting aerdingus (Reply 18):
More butter fingers than piano fingers eh?......

Was thinking more along the lines of, we've had the 'flying forehead' now we have the flying banana!


User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 23, posted (4 years 6 days 2 hours ago) and read 18520 times:

Quoting EdIcHc (Reply 22):
Was thinking more along the lines of, we've had the 'flying forehead' now we have the flying banana!

Yes, very aerodynamic, that's why it landed so short!  



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User currently offlineaerdingus From Ireland, joined Dec 2006, 2819 posts, RR: 15
Reply 24, posted (4 years 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 18483 times:

KL TU204

http://i563.photobucket.com/albums/ss78/kierno84/fsscr000-67.jpg

But I couldn't get ANY RR soundset to work with it, off to the virtual desert for her.



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25 MIAspotter : That'll be the day! imagine that... I can't really... but anyways nice shot, there are plenty of nice RR sounds on Avsim, I haven't used the 75 in a
26 Post contains images aerdingus : Aw cheers, but I tried practically every soundset that I either already had , and waited ages downloading them aswell but for some reason just won't
27 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : After spending lots of time in FSX, I decided to hop back into FS9 for a minute and took Simmer's Sky 777 up for a spin... Lifting off out of Heathrow
28 Post contains links and images aerdingus : KL A300 Cruising @ Fl410, somewhere over Egypt "Rembrandt" coming in for 36 @ KTM
29 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : Level-D 767-300 in UAL livery flying PANC - KORD... Sittin' on Runway 32 in ANC Other guys waiting to go (hey 747 - caution wake turbulence...ha ha) E
30 aerdingus : That cockpit looks so nice.
31 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : Thanks - that Level-D 767 is fantastic. Here's another really great virtual cockpit - Flight1's Super 80...
32 Post contains images aerdingus : It is indeed. I love hearing these birds roar out of Dublin, I can always tell when it's them overhead
33 Post contains images EdIcHc : I missed getting a good screenshot of a CX A346 trying to land @ Kai Tak in a typhoon, so I did get one of a SQ 772 rolling on Rwy31 in similar cr@ppy
34 Post contains links and images aerdingus : CO 752 "Goldenjet" It's annoying enough in real life when you miss planes!!
35 Post contains links and images MIAspotter : Today, ladies and gentlemen... we are going to FARO!! :d:d LX 8298 Operated for Edelweiss by Swiss. ZRH-FAO A320 HB-IJS FreeZ Zurich Aerosoft Faro 05
36 Post contains images aerdingus : I'll wave if I see ya, I'm headin to Porto! Had a great holiday in Faro in 2007 Ooh, is that payware?
37 MIAspotter : AES? or the scenery? Nice! LX now flies to Porto but it's like a midnight red-eye flight... can't be bothered to stay all night flying... MIAspotter.
38 Post contains images aerdingus : The scenery. What's AES?
39 Post contains links MIAspotter : Miss Dingus!! you don't know what's AES (Airport Enhancement Services) Well it's basically the holy grail of FS! is a little program that adds airpor
40 Post contains images aerdingus : Nice one! My pc will prob explode if I get it, but gona look anyway! I have some AES things, but they're moslty static stuff, don't move....
41 MIAspotter : No impact on frame rates at all. You need to buy credits to unlock some big airports, but some are free. MIAspotter.
42 aerdingus : Seriously? Just gona have a look now. Cheers! Omg it looks AMAZING!!!!!! Really want it now.....I was always wondering how you had all that cool stuf
43 Post contains links and images aerdingus : Well it's been ages since my last screenshot post So here's a Cayman Airways An225...I think it's actually bigger than the islands themselves..... Tid
44 Post contains images THEBATMAN : I think you need an aircraft carrier rating to land an AN-225 on the Cayman Islands.
45 Post contains images aerdingus : Luckily had one handy.....shouldn't be a problem for you so [Edited 2010-08-01 12:27:53]
46 Post contains images MIAspotter : Gosh, people in the Caymans must need a lot of stuff to warrant a AN225 for cargo I think it's used primarily to bring all the money in! MIAspotter.
47 Post contains links and images Ryan h : Here is one from a flight between Adelaide and Port Lincoln (before the computer went haywire). I only learned today that Pressing V will take a scree
48 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : I went over to AVSIM just to look around, and found this freeware A300-600 which really impressed me! I mean, for freeware - this thing is awesome! It
49 Post contains images alanelrfc : British Airways A318 MAN-LCY G-EUNA
50 Post contains images aerdingus : Is it for FS9 too.....
51 Post contains links and images A340313X : A few from my last couple: CO449 SFO-EWR And the flight I'm on now, CO45 EWR-MIA (cruising FL360 M0.82) Both Project Opensky birds fly like a dream. T
52 Post contains links and images DAL7e7 : I've never posted in one of these threads, but here it goes. Just taking the CLS KC-10 over to Fairchild AFB before my final today and thought I would
53 THEBATMAN : Hmmm....don't really know. The download I got said it was for FSX. I'll have to go back and see. This thing is so good, you can even look through all
54 Post contains links and images KevinL1011 : I actually had an experience like that. Flew in a C-172 out of Dulles behind 2 wide bodys. They turned left and we went right without a problem. Ther
55 Post contains images KevinL1011 : Happy A.net anniversary Batman!!!!! Glad you're here. Duuuuuuude!
56 Post contains images aerdingus : No worries, just found from KevinL1011 that it's for FSX. Ah well. I can't believe it's freeware with that panel & everything! Lol yeah, just abo
57 alanelrfc : Will do my best for you buddy!
58 aerdingus : Cool, can't wait...would love to do that in real life some day!
59 Post contains images THEBATMAN : Technically, yeah - I guess the A300B2 from back in 1972 would qualify as a "rope-start"...but I've never worked on any Airbus that old. I have the p
60 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : I was so impressed by that Thomas Ruth A300, I decided to go back and look for more. I found his A330-200 - which is nice, but not nearly as cool as t
61 aerdingus : Thanks! It's gorgeous. But it wasn't as fun as the old school A300, no?
62 Post contains images THEBATMAN : No, not even close. But that's okay. Anyone that makes airplanes this good for FREE is OK with me!
63 WNwatcher : Sadly, Mr. Ruth has ended the FSX Airbus series with the A300B1 through B4. Maybe a new company series soon?
64 Post contains links and images aerdingus : TAAG 772 is happy to fly today. Lift off Cleaning up out of Luanda Cruise FL420 Sailing into Bangui
65 WNwatcher : I didn't know that the 777 could fold wings
66 Post contains links and images MIAspotter : It was an option but no airline was interested, so Boeing dropped it. And now for something completely different... MIAspotter is not flying an LX A3
67 Post contains images aerdingus : She's pretty alright! No x-winds here?
68 Post contains images MIAspotter : Yeah I know.. shocking! It's not about the x-winds, its that scary Kai Tak-esque approach... I can imagine it must be a hell lotta fun, but I just ca
69 aerdingus : I "landed" there once, in an EI A320. Must try it again, properly! Would love to try Gibraltar too. Enjoy the rest of your flight!
70 Post contains images MIAspotter : Landed as in? pieces of airplane scattered along the runway and fire engines going mad? Yes! Aerosoft released a new Gibraltar scenery, looks really
71 Post contains images KevinL1011 : Nice cockpit shot! Ya know, the cockpit of an Airbus almost looks like the pilot is working a desk job. I heard that you must be proficient in typing
72 Post contains images KPHXFlyer : A United 767-300 en-route to Frankfurt An F-14D Tomcat doing Mach 1 on the deck at PHX.
73 Post contains images aerdingus : Let's just say the A320 went for a swim. Sure I do....
74 Post contains images KevinL1011 : Ooooh...nice moonshot! Er... I don't mean one of these -> MAVERICK !!!
75 Post contains images DAL7e7 : Here's a couple I've taken recently. POSKY B748 rotating late in Kansai. Had to roll longer to give my buddy a wake-turbulence free rotation place. Th
76 Post contains links and images aerdingus : Air Saint-Pierre A319 Lining up for St.Pierre WERRRRRRRRRRRR-Can you hear the CFM's?
77 Post contains links and images MIAspotter : How "exotique" Yes! I've been listening to mine for the last 6:30hrs... just landed in SXM all the way from Porto Santo, the little A318 Elite behave
78 Post contains links and images United_fan :
79 aerdingus : Hope you had a good book! Great pics. Very nice!
80 EDICHC : How about applying for a job with US Airways? Capt Sulley is their training capt for A320 seaplane ops.
81 Post contains images MIAspotter : Thank you! Well you cannot really get bored in an ACJ, lots of Luggxuries to keep you entertained LOL! still hats off to him for that, one heck of a
82 aerdingus : Heh heh, I'm a dead cert so!
83 Post contains links and images Luftfahrer : 3 days left
84 aerdingus : Flying DL soon?
85 Post contains images Luftfahrer : Exactly, and if I'm very lucky on the same plane pictured above (N155DL). Will find out tomorrow
86 aerdingus : Have a nice flight! And holiday!
87 Post contains links and images Luftfahrer : Thanks! Enjoy yours, too. I'm actually flying on Wednesday, but flightaware publishes the anticipated aircraft cycles one or two days earlier. By the
88 Post contains images KPHXFlyer : hehe...I snickered too. "When are you going to stop those jockey's doing a fly-by on my tower at over 400 knots. I want somebody's butt, I want it no
89 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : Today we're flying the FS9 version of Level-D's 767-300 from MDW-HNL. Ok, Ok...so Hawaiian doesn't fly out of MDW...and neither do 767's...that's what
90 Post contains images KeViNL1011 : If you're traveling out to LAX look me up! Ain't it da truth! You can create a time and place with aircraft kinda like "Fantasy Island". Boss...de pl
91 Luftfahrer : I wish I could, I plan on a trip to SoCal/US West Coast in about 3 years.
92 DAL7e7 : Ooo0ooo What F-14 is THAT!? Its pretty. That was the only reason I wanted to join the Navy when I was a kid. War Eagle! DAL7e7
93 Post contains links KPHXFlyer : I downloaded it from simviation. Very well done too, full VC and moving parts. I'm pretty it's this one here: http://www.simviation.com/simviation/?I
94 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : Made another discovery over at flightsim.com....this is pretty cool, I gotta admit. I don't know how many Manchester United fans there are out there (
95 EDICHC : Manchester United are (in)famous for the statistic (though I'm not sure if it is an urban myth or not) that 99% of their fans have never seen Old Tra
96 aerdingus : I wonder if this plane ever operates in Malaysia....Man Utd jerseys were banned because of the devil & trident logo...this is a flying one!
97 Post contains images KPHXFlyer : Some more of the F-14D. Over the top and back down the other side Alert Five at Kaneohe Bay Waiting to launch Some of my others Gear Down on an Iberia
98 Post contains images KeViNL1011 : Wheeee! Great action! That's such a sweet airplane. Very nice shot too! Awwwww....I love sunset shots. That looks like something Ultimate Delta would
99 Post contains links and images aerdingus : A nice lemon twist for Batman BIG queue @ ORD @ FL390 [Edited 2010-08-13 08:33:52]
100 THEBATMAN : Cool, thanks! I don't think I've ever seen that livery on an Airbus before! Where'd you find it?
101 Post contains images aerdingus : I'm sure it was Flightsim, but if I not check Avsim It also has the other old UA livery in the package, I think maybe the one before "Friendship". It
102 Post contains images KevinL1011 : Awwww...Aer-Dee! Why do you torture us so? My god...."Friendship" livery on a ScareBus! Please....the nightmare hasn't been going on that long, has i
103 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : Another airplane I always thought was cool...the Canadair CL-215...(freeware - FS9) Dumping a little water...(I know it says "tailhook"...go figure)
104 Post contains images aerdingus : Mwahahahaha...there's more to come! That is one cool plane!
105 ediCHC : Maybe that should read Scare-Dee! (Sorry I'll get my coat & close the door on my way out!)
106 Post contains images aerdingus : Yis are all big girl's blouses! 'Sides, the A320 is beautiful, just like her A380 sis.
107 ediCHC : Batman, this is what happens if you give an aircraft Furosemide.
108 Post contains links and images MIAspotter : Yes! totally agree... (unless you are being sarcastic) Yup, from some angles it is quite beautiful, but even if she wasn't, she still is one amazing
109 Post contains images cpd : An alternative to the ACJ earlier - ultra long range business jet flying.
110 Post contains images MIAspotter : Showoff... I can ask my friend Mr Middle-Eastern-Crown-Prince-who-bought-one to lend me his A380 VIP.... how's that for size! MIAspotter.
111 Post contains images aerdingus : True, as my good friend Tyra Banks would say, "They're girls who need to watch their angles."
112 Post contains images cpd : Very good! I can't beat the A380, that's quite the largest potential business jet I can think of.
113 aerdingus : How's about an An-225? Ok, maybe slightly ridiculous.....
114 Post contains images WNwatcher : Haha, nope, how about two 225's welded together? Hey, it's possible........
115 Post contains images A340313X : Great set of shots!
116 Post contains links and images United_fan : Uploaded with ImageShack.us
117 Post contains links and images aerdingus : I'll catch you some day Niki Lauda!!
118 WNwatcher : New favorite capture......
119 aerdingus : Ha, stupid ai in me Fs actin up!
120 Post contains images MIAspotter : Those pesky flies... MIAspotter.
121 Post contains images aerdingus : Ha, you should change your name to MIAswatter.
122 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : Another groovy airplane added to my "hangar". This one I had to pay for, but that's OK. I read about it in one of these forums...anyway - FSD's fabulo
123 Post contains links and images UltimateDelta : Back from vacation! (not having FS was hard to deal with :P ) A ramp full of cargo planes at AMS Taking a weekend off at Sky Bryce (VG18- yes, it's a
124 aerdingus : Welcome back. Love the Hawaiian shots. I can't believe you're started back in school already!
125 Post contains links and images MIAspotter : Short hop from Curacao (TNCC) back to Saint Maarteen (TNCM), to spice things up a bit and entertain the crowd at Maho beach I decided to do a low pass
126 Post contains images aerdingus : Brilliant shot! Try it in the Airbus Could be fun! Must try that airport aswell.
127 MIAspotter : Noooo poor thing! I've been watching videos of the landing there, even on the Twin Otter it looks scary... MIAspotter.
128 WNwatcher : I attempted in the lear 45, didnt work out to well
129 MIAspotter : Now you see why I don't want to do it on the Airbus... I found a nice Britten Norman Islander model at Avsim... Might try it on that. MIAspotter.
130 Post contains links and images UltimateDelta : Just four for now..it's a nice-looking plane, though! "You wanna mess with me?!" Headed out to Aspen as ZW5949 Nice shot from cruise (only 21,000 feet
131 ediCHC : I have such a soft spot for the old Hang Glider, flew in it many a time EDI-DUB in the past.
132 aerdingus : They always have such a unique sound going overhead. Kinda like a low whine. Love the way the brakes pop out the back.
133 DAL7e7 : And they were pretty comfy. It was my first 4 holer :P DAL7e7
134 Post contains links and images KevinL1011 : Welcome back Erik! Great stuff as usual. By any chance did you vacation in Hawaii? Here I go again with my old guy ranting!.... Blame Erik this time.
135 Post contains images alanelrfc : KLM MD-11 classic SXM shot Conti 737 leaving paradise Easyjet A319 making the 1st departure of the day from Liverpool
136 UltimateDelta : Haha, no, I was in Washington DC. I did go to Gravelly Point though! (for those who don't know, it's a park just off the end of DCA's runway 19)
137 Post contains links and images granite : Hello A couple of recent screenies from me: Gary
138 Post contains images KevinL1011 : Nice angle and lighting. Good stuff! Beautiful Gary! Love how the light reflects off the engines and illuminates the port side wing. Great to see you
139 Post contains links and images United_fan : B6 departing LAS.
140 Post contains links and images granite : Hello Two for today: Gary
141 Post contains images aerdingus : Again fantastic screenshots everyone. And great to see some old faces back again, along with the new!
142 Post contains images ediCHC : Like Maho beach at SXM without the beach of course! Not posted much lately, as I have been logging hours with Virtual Air NZ doing this.... Climbing
143 Post contains links and images aerdingus : Taking a respite from Ikea. My clouds remind me of mashed potatoes
144 Post contains links and images UltimateDelta : The other day I got my copy of Commuter Airlines of the United States, and now I've been on sort of this regional/commuter kick. So here's a few until
145 Post contains links and images cpd : Gary - that B777 is great! Just look at it, it might as well be a photo of the real thing. Now mine: At high altitude and high speed, the sky much da
146 Post contains links and images aerdingus : What amazes me is how well that panel replicates the claustrophobic Concorde flightdeck! And fair play for sticking to it & learning how to fly i
147 Post contains links cpd : It's not nearly as hard as you might think. The tutorials and checklists included tell you what to do. But there are some amazing websites devoted to
148 Post contains images KevinL1011 : I love the PAX view. Looks like maybe a vacation shot of yours. Oh yes! It was my attraction for the 7-two that got me interested in the L-1011 when
149 Post contains links and images cpd : Thanks Kevin! More to come on the next flight. Not tonight though, it's too late, even for a 'champagne flight' around the Bay of Biscay. And in resp
150 aerdingus : Hahaha! That van looks so sleek & aerodynamic... Cool, I didn't know Concorde could do that.
151 WNwatcher : In game, it acts as a speed break until you're on the ground, at which point it transitions into full reverse thrust......
152 cpd : What it looks like is those little "buckets", the little eye-lid type devices on the back of the engine, they swivel towards each other, reaching an
153 UltimateDelta : I guess it could be, except I've never flown on the Dash 8! (or any turboprop if I remember correctly)
154 A340313X : Cimber Sterling - new favourite modern scheme for me! I love it! Retro!
155 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : PMDG's gorgeous 747-400X...need I say more?
156 edichc : Good to see you back man, was about to post you missing.
157 Post contains images CamiloA380 : Early morning flight i did this morning. [Edited 2010-08-28 04:13:06]
158 Post contains images THEBATMAN : Thanks! I've been really busy at work (last night I was stuck on the same 777 for 4 hours burning up about 30,000 lbs of fuel doing a high power run
159 Post contains images aerdingus : Wow! Sounds fascinating. Another day @ the office!
160 Post contains images KEviNL1011 : He can run but he can't hide. At least not with you, me and Aer-D around. Same goes for Gary, Erik and Chris. Freakin guys better not ever try to dit
161 Post contains images KEviNL1011 : Yeah. It looks like The Batman picked the wrong week to quit sniffing Jet-A!
162 Post contains images edichc : Freakin' WOW! I bow to your awesomeness!
163 Post contains images aerdingus : Indeed, when I saw it, I made a noise like the aliens from Toy Story. Kind of like "whooooooooooooooahhhh"
164 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : "The Claw is our Master. The Claw decides who will go and who will stay." Ha Ha, great movie(s)! And speaking of aliens, let me see if I can go and f
165 THEBATMAN : Looks like I just found my new user signature...that is if you don't mind me "stealing" it!
166 Post contains links and images aerdingus : DUCK! It's another UA Scarebus!!!
167 Post contains links and images UltimateDelta : Don't know if they'll make you feel better or worse, but here ya go : I guess they could all go in the 'Defunct' thread, too. 727 Rocketship!! Yet an
168 Post contains images aerdingus : Hey UltimateDelta some nice PSA 727 shots there
169 Post contains images 2H4 :
170 aerdingus : What's that?! Soviet/Russian??
171 MIAspotter : Neither...It's just... Ugly! MIAspotter
172 THEBATMAN : Hey, but it's got a GREAT personality!
173 edichc : Uglier things have been seen flying....but not by reliable witnesses.
174 aerdingus : Is it real?! I'm dyin here!
175 Post contains images 2H4 : Oh, it's real, alright. It's the PZL M-15 Belphegor...a jet-powered Polish biplane crop-duster. 175 were built between 1976 and 1981. If anyone readi
176 aerdingus : Thank you! Now I'm off to that trusted bastion of info, Wikipedia....
177 edichc : A question.... how do you get a paper bag big enough to hide that thing under? I mean that makes the Blohm & Voss Bv141 look sensible.[Edited 201
178 Post contains images KevinL1011 : I am honored however your previous "If it's not a ..." was my favorite. Dammitt Aer-Dee! No Airbus Friendships!!! You're becoming the Acid Queen of s
179 Post contains images edichc : I think it's only fair then the THEBATMAN coins a signature for you in return. For AerD how about this? "With this many liveries I could never compla
180 Post contains images edichc : Just had another little break from domestic NZ ops...heading back to your part of the world Kevin SFO-LAX flying Dutch metal in American colours.
181 Post contains images aerdingus : Ha ha ok ok, I'll stop! Sorry for any emotional damage caused. That is the best film ever! Watching it on a big tv in my uncle's house, it was if tha
182 Post contains images edichc : Huh, your just all copying Lady Godiva!
183 THEBATMAN : I'll agree with that, so here goes...since my last signature was his favorite, here it is again - but with a twist: If it's not Boeing, I'm not going
184 Post contains images aerdingus : Ha, I think that would suit him down to the ground (or the sky) alright!
185 Post contains links and images MIAspotter : Back from Holidays and with more LX A32S's than ever! Resting at "ze gate" after completing LX978 from ZRH, once ze new passengers board vee will depa
186 Post contains images THEBATMAN : I'll jump in a Cessna anytime I can. Embraer, not so much. I tend to stay away from RJ's (yes- an E-170/175 is still an RJ). Airbus - let's put it th
187 Post contains links and images GingerSnap : First time contribution to this thread. Just found a few old screens that I captured a while back. Just had to re-format, but I hope to get some newer
188 Post contains images KevinL1011 : MIAspotter speaks truth Kimo Sabe. Iron bird from Boeing not fly to all villages for pale face. Sacred god of all iron birds, TriStar, not fly to any
189 Post contains images THEBATMAN : In this particular instance, I will definitely choose Airbus. "Am-wreck" derails like every other week. You won't catch my Bat-behind on no train...
190 edichc : Wilkommen, Bienvenue, Falite, Mabuhay, Haeri Mai.
191 Post contains images MIAspotter : Thank you Sitting Bull. Indeed, went to Bournemouth (UK) on that strange company called Ryanair... I will definitely post a TR, I had the most scarie
192 Post contains images aerdingus : Welcome back! I missed the Swiss! Welcome now, nice 757 Kevin, possibly the funniest damn thing ever posted on the hobby forum.
193 Post contains images CamiloA380 : Haha, thanks. Thanks, but no need to do that Thanks again. Go Airbus! Welcome. Here comes more. Camilo
194 Post contains images aerdingus : Ooooh love the TP A340! Nice one
195 Post contains links and images aerdingus : * Dedicated to EdiChc, for seismically obvious reasons!* Aerosvit 763ER @ Kiev, rainy Taxiing to the active I like this one, cables dangling somewhere
196 Post contains images GingerSnap : Excellent screenies everyone. Thanks all for your warm welcomes...and i'll try and get some more recent shots up soon. Nice to part of the family so s
197 Post contains links and images granite : Hello Took my Pan Am A300 for a quick flight over Reunion earlier today Loved that livery Gary
198 Post contains images granite : Hi all Quite a few stunning 'screenies' since I last contributed.............well done everyone! Have to say, love the departing PSA 727 Gary
199 granite : Hi all Are there any experienced FSX re-painters here? I would really love a Highland Express 747-100, CLS repaint? Regards Gary
200 aerdingus : The Pan Am Airbuses fascinate me, I always associate American built aircraft with PA, the Airbuses wear that dress well I think! Great picture.[Edite
201 GingerSnap : Gary for the longest time (whilst lurking), i've been in awe of your fantastic screenies. Excellent as always.
202 Post contains images granite : Hi all Thanks GingerSnap Aerdingus, yes the Airbus look great in that livery. Were Pan Am not one of the first airline to order the A320? Bet they wou
203 Post contains links and images GingerSnap : Finally managed to get FS back up and running. Not got most of my addons in yet, but I thought i'd do a couple of 'testers' to see how it looked. Purc
204 Post contains images KevinL1011 : Fking-A that's a nice shot! Outstanding detail. After you land, head over to the parking structure across from terminal 6 then take the elevator up t
205 Post contains images EDICHC : Not going to be doing much of that for a little while I'm afraid due to events downhere.
206 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : Wow...nice!! I had a feeling Kevin was going to like that picture... ...and I was right. Now...4 out of 5 dentists prefer pictures of a UA 747-400 in
207 Post contains links and images THEBATMAN : Ok, now that I'm at the right computer, I can bring up the right pictures...the best livery UA ever had, IMHO.
208 Post contains images MIAspotter : Just the Swiss? Nice set! I also dig the TP A340 LOL, Health & Safety standards have yet to caught up in Ukraine... Oh Boy! your cred around thes
209 KevinL1011 : Holy Richter scale! I hope everything is OK .
210 Post contains links and images GingerSnap : EDICHC i'm sorry to hear about your troubles. I hope things pick up, and you can feel happier sooner rather than later. Did a quick flight from GLA to
211 Post contains links and images granite : Hello Last two for the weekend: Gary
212 Post contains links and images Luftfahrer : Excellent shots Gary... especially the first one! -- Arriving in Upstate NY
213 GingerSnap : Very nice shots Gary Which scenery is that? Very nice aircraft also...the Wilco CRJ I believe?
214 United_fan : Nice! Looks like BUF ?
215 GingerSnap : Ah yes, FlyTampa's KBUF. Looks really nice and i'm sure i'll purchase it soon.
216 EDICHC : Thanks GS, I'm not too badly affected by the quake, but if you look at my profile you will see why I have been so busy and now I am just bloody exhau
217 Luftfahrer : Thanks! Indeed, it's FlyTampas newly-released BUF scenery, and the Wilco CRJ.
218 Post contains images Cro55fire : Great thread with even more fantastic shots! My contribution to flightsimmer community
219 GingerSnap : WOW! I could have swore you posted real pics there. Excellent screenies my friend.
220 Post contains links and images Luftfahrer : Delta Inaugural To Monrovia, Liberia (by aviateur Sep 5 2010 in Civil Aviation) New DL service from Accra, Ghana (ACC) to Monrovia, Liberia (ROB) usin
221 Post contains images Cro55fire : Thank you for your kind words! Here's another A319, man's gotta love those 'buses.
222 Post contains images Luftfahrer : Good ole Eurowings. Nice shot, and welcome to the a.net forums.
223 Post contains images United_fan :
224 Post contains links and images MIAspotter : Man, I hope everything goes well. Here's one for today. Juliet Bravo resting at the gate in ARN with some Nordic friends Cheers. MIAspotter.
225 Post contains images KevinL1011 : You'll always get a from me! You can get away with it flying that ship. It's one of my favs for that reason. Old guys like me prefer flying forgiving
226 Post contains images MidEx216 : Takeoff from Ellsworth AFB Breaking through the cloud layer.
227 Post contains images MIAspotter : Nice! I remember seeing one of those at the Ft Lauderdale Air Show (or Festival, can't remember) a few years ago, it did a fly-by then dissapeared...
228 aerdingus : Hopefully you get some rest. Wow, welcome! I like the last underside 767 pic. They were beautiful looking, read about them in Airways I think. Nice s
229 cpd : Keep up the hard work, and try not to get overwhelmed with the devastation of such a large earthquake.
230 Post contains links and images cpd : Okay, just a couple of screenshots from me - I'm pretty tired: Racing a Panavia Tornado near the restricted test areas off the coast of Italy. The Tor
231 Post contains links and images aerdingus : A leaked photo of a secret Douglas/Airbus merger project
232 Post contains images Cro55fire : Thanks, my friend! Is that Concorde X? What's better than cruising at Mach 2...probably nothing
233 Post contains images aerdingus : [quote=MIAspotter,reply=208]Just the Swiss? Ok, the ACJ aswell Lol, only messin Hope you had nice holiday, did you go somewhere exciting?
234 MIAspotter : LOL I know you are messin' I did have a nice holiday, and I went to Bournemouth in the UK... how's that for exciting... TR is on the TR section if yo
235 Post contains links and images Luftfahrer : Thanks! Trying out another route from ACC. This time bound for ABV (Abuja, Nigeria).
236 Post contains images EDICHC : First of all can I thank everyone for their kind thoughts and sentiments, you have no idea just how much it is appreciated. it just goes to prove what
237 GingerSnap : No sign of self indulgence from where i'm sitting sir! A fitting tribute to a strong and charismatic nation. I'm sure everyone here appreciates the f
238 cpd : Yes, it is. I'd just flown over Europe and cleared the coast of Italy and started to accelerate through M1.0. At that point I was probably doing goin
239 Post contains images KevinL1011 : Ahhh. Vortices rolling delicately off the tip of a supersonic delta wing. Winglets not welcome here. Scare-Dee strikes again! That's a nice screenie.
240 Post contains images EDICHC : I thought that was how RJs were made....
241 Post contains images Cro55fire : Nice, was thinking of buying Concorde X but rather chose the fresher Airbus X. With which, by the way, I decided to chase some storms yesterday. Wind
242 THEBATMAN : WOW...I'll just leave it at that.
243 Post contains images aerdingus : Will do! Not at all. A very nice tribute & lovely pics as always. Fair play working so hard.
244 Post contains images MIAspotter : Nice tribute to the great people of New Zealand, my thoughts are with y'all and hope you get thru this bad situation soon. Cool, hope you like it MIA
245 Post contains links and images aerdingus : All looking fairly decent on approach to Denver...but a tailwind of 11kts is hanging around... AH CRAP! Possibly the worst landing I've done in a 737
246 Post contains links and images MIAspotter : You qualify to be a Ryanair Captain, you have the basics covered (smash planes on runways) Everytime I go to DEN on FS I find annoying the loooooong
247 Post contains links and images granite : Hello A few for this evening Gary
248 Post contains images aerdingus : Brilliant, my unemployment situation sorted! I just put cruise control on, put some Doors on the radio, & enjoyed the drive. Hmmm... Tchus Hans!
249 Post contains images THEBATMAN : That'll keep us busy for a while... Awesome. I miss 'em already. But with this whole merger thing, it looks like I'll get to work on some 737's again
250 Post contains links and images aerdingus : Hopefully! Get you away from those plastic planes Ok, gona try & make amends for my DEN 737 "mishap" the other day....FR 737 Dreamliner - my old
251 Post contains links and images Luftfahrer : Beautiful colors form the horizon as we're gradually getting closer to ZRH, having taken off from Atlanta more than 8 hours ago.
252 Post contains images UltimateDelta : Well, I'm gonna start a new thread, because this one's starting to slow things down to steam-powered levels
253 Post contains images MIAspotter : SWEET! MIAspotter
254 Post contains links and images Luftfahrer : Thanks Gotta love eastbound TATL flights. Arrived exactly ontime at 7:50 am local time, ironically due to a missed approach.
255 MIAspotter : Yup! short and sweet, unlike westbounds... 10 hours down to ATL. Hey, what scenery is that for ZRH? Freez or FSdreamteam? I've been considering to bu
256 Luftfahrer : Oh yes... and headwind all the time. JFK is a little more agreeable. FSDT – highly recommended. One of my favorites for Europe, although I am not t
257 Post contains links ediCHC : Request to Mods, could this thread be locked as a continuing thread has been commenced here... Yet Another FS/X-Plane Screenshot Thread... (by Ultimat
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