daumueller
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And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Sun Aug 01, 2004 2:52 am

well, after the "complaints" that it's too early to fly the 7E7, I decided to go for a 737.

My routing today: just a short hop from BOS to EWR in a Frontier aircraft.

remote parking at BOS:



taxiing to 33L



with a Southwest and an Air Canada plane in front of me



line up while the AC departs...



immediate T/O clearance and there we go for the 180 miles...



a bit cloudy...



hoping for the sky to clear up...



but no luck today  Sad



bypassing Republic...



and JFK



turning in for runway 4R approach



of course bad weather again but I can see the runway, no rain so let's not bash the Wx too much  Smile



clouds reached down till ground...



but we found our way



crossing 4L after a CO departed



reaching our concourse



and finally, our gate:



engines off!

next time, I'll fly over the rockies to check out my new VFR scenery for Colorado  Smile

cheers,

ben
 
phatfarmlines
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Sun Aug 01, 2004 4:45 am

If I may suggest, there is a really nice Boston freeware scenery available by George Grimshaw. Since you have Simflyers EWR installed, I presume your computer can handle the freeware scenery.

[Edited 2004-07-31 21:48:04]
 
eclipseflight7
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Mon Aug 02, 2004 11:34 pm

That isn't Simflyers, thats another free addon found on avsim.
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AmericanAirFan
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Tue Aug 03, 2004 1:37 am

Hey great report where can I get a hold of that Frontier 737-200.
"well, after the "complaints" that it's too early to fly the 7E7, I decided to go for a 737"
LOL from a 7E7 to a 732 dont you think thats a bit much well I liked it anyway 737-200's are my favorite plane nice trip report Big thumbs up Big thumbs up

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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Tue Aug 03, 2004 5:04 am

I suggest finding some new panels too...yow.
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phatfarmlines
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Tue Aug 03, 2004 6:05 am

After looking at it more carefully, the EWR scenery isn't of Simflyers. Thanks for pointing it out EclipseFlight7.

There's nothing wrong with flying the 737-200 in the default 734 panel. I do it (it saves on framerates)  Smile.

[Edited 2004-08-02 23:08:54]
 
WidgetBoi
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Wed Aug 04, 2004 3:56 am

Great report and pics  Big grin

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dgwold
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Wed Aug 04, 2004 10:23 am

A great trip report! Now for a dumb question. How do you capture screen views for presentations?

Don
 
daumueller
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Wed Aug 04, 2004 4:40 pm

Don: ALT+Print Screen will capture it - after that, you can paste it into any graphics program.

cheers,

ben
 
dgwold
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Wed Aug 04, 2004 9:55 pm

Thanks for your response Ben. Tried ALT+Print Screen and nothing happens or does it capture it and store it somewhere in the background? Guess I was expecting a prompt that would ask where I wanted to save the image. Even turned the printer on just in case it attempted to actually print out.
Don
 
daumueller
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RE: And Another Trip Report: BOS-EWR

Wed Aug 04, 2004 10:38 pm

sorry don, the image will be saved to the clipboard. you can paste it into any application after it (paint shop, photo shop, word or whatever is able to handle the image)

ben

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