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The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 6:24 am

As requested... the latest Screenshot Thread!

Air France 3229
Geneva - Bordeaux
Fokker 100
F-GNLK


More to come shortly!

Chris   

[Edited 2005-07-11 23:31:03]
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 6:37 am

Air France 7805
Bordeaux - Lyon
Airbus A319
F-GRHZ


Air France 5874
Lyon - Dusseldorf
Airbus A319
F-GRHZ
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 7:04 am

JAT Yugoslav Airlines 361
Dusseldorf - Belgrade
Boeing 737-300
YU-ANV


JAT Yugoslav Airlines 668
Belgrade - Podgorica
Boeing 737-300
YU-ANV


That's my lot for now!
Enjoy!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 8:19 am

Hi,

Great shots everyone!!  bigthumbsup 

Got a few shots of a EA 727 on a test flight from SEA-PAE.






Chris, Great JAT shots.



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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 10:33 am

Great shots Chris!



Avonair 85 BHX-BCN

Boeing 737-500 G-AVYG - sporting Avonair's new tail design.





Iberia 6403 BCN-MAD

Airbus A340-313X EC-HGU






British Airways 459 MAD-LHR

Airbus A320-111 G-BUSF



I like the last shot of this group, it's a big BA festival! I count 21 BA aircraft in this shot.



British Airways 139 LHR-BOM

Boeing 747-436 G-CIVX




Looking forward to my little India tour coming up!
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 1:36 pm

Yay, finally a new screenshot thread! Ok this evening I flew a very short flight from SFO-SMF mainly to get some nice sunset shots, so here they are.

United Express (Skywest) flight 6472
SFO-SMF
Canadair Regional Jet
N406SW

Ready to go on rwy 28R at SFO.

Gear up!

Climbing.



Beginning descent into SMF.

Final approach for rwy 34R at SMF.

Touchdown!

Parked at the gate under the setting sun.


Hope you enjoyed.

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 6:44 pm

Hello,

A screenshot related question. Since my re-install of FS2K2 it happens that upon replaying my landing that the flaps and gear are retracted and the plane lands literally in the air. It doesn't happen always. Do you have a hint for me how to get the darn thing to land in full landing configuration?

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 7:20 pm

Found an unused airfield northeast of Narita Airport with an 8800 ft runway. Great for landing practice.





Did a greaser with an A320 I was rather proud of. Too bad the tires didn't smoke on touchdown.

Kudos to IFDG for an awesome Finnair A320 model.
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 8:17 pm

Super shots everyone, and Jeffry747.. welcome to the SS crew! LOL

Dutchbird 9001P (Positioning Flight)
Podgorica (Serbia & Montenegro) - Groningen (The Netherlands)
Boeing 757-200 (P&W)
PH-DBH


Norwegian Air Shuttle 979P (Positioning Flight)
Groningen (The Netherlands) - Stavanger (Norway)
Boeing 737-300
LN-KKL (Roald Amundsen)


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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Tue Jul 12, 2005 8:55 pm

Thanks for the warm welcome, N754AN. It is pure joy being able to mingle with my fellow airplane nuts. I'll try to keep the better screenshots coming for your viewing pleasure.

Kudos.
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 1:31 am

Great shots guys!

LGW-INN
Britannia (Thomsonfly)
767-300


Sorry for no rotation shots, I mucked up when saving them!



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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 1:36 am

Now, I was bored, and didn't have time to fly a full flight.. So, I decided on some circuit training in the fog in a 747:



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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 1:47 am

FNC-LGW
First Choice Airways
A321


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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 1:48 am

To conclude:




Thanks,
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 5:16 am

What is it with FS and obstacles at the end of the runway? I am looking at one of Gofly's pics and I am seeing trees very close to the runway. There are a few major airports where there are many buildings and trees that are simply too close to the field. Kai Tak is especially bad.
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 5:23 am

Quoting Jeffry747 (Reply 14):
What is it with FS and obstacles at the end of the runway? I am looking at one of Gofly's pics and I am seeing trees very close to the runway. There are a few major airports where there are many buildings and trees that are simply too close to the field. Kai Tak is especially bad.

The trees you are looking at, are part of a payware scenery. They are not default FS. I guess they were added there because there are actually some trees at LGW near the end of the runway.  Smile

Then again, maybe they were added to make it look pretty! Big grin

Quoting Jeffry747 (Reply 14):
There are a few major airports where there are many buildings and trees that are simply too close to the field. Kai Tak is especially bad.

Can be annoying, but since we have to live with it, it makes the approach more challenging!  silly 

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 6:30 am

Chris

SDSC!!! Awesome shots! I love the ones at GVA. Oh, and I once did a flight from Podgorica to Tivat in the PF100. Try it!

Matt

Great shots! Gotta love the 72! And I don't think I had seen anyone post any EA ss!

Amy

Love the LHR shots with the 21 BA a/c!

Aaron

Nice shots. I love the new UA c/s.

Jeffry

I have the Atlas Time Definite too! One of my fav c/s on the 74'!

Gofly

I just looove the VS shots. They look so real!

Keep on entertaining me guys!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 6:51 am

Quoting Gofly (Reply 15):
Can be annoying, but since we have to live with it, it makes the approach more challenging!

I agree it does make the approaches a little more fun. I get a kick outta seeing my 747 shadow on the rooftops of Hong Kong. One time I totally botched the approach and actually touched down on one of the buildings. Pulled the nose up too early and applied power too late. I lost too much speed and bounced off the roof. I didn't want to stall and crash so I immediately went to full power and went around for a second (and, this time, successful) landing.

Oh, I did a short run from NRT to JAH. Check out the incredibly smokey touchdown!

I'm not sure I have ever seen a 737 smoke that much!
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:08 am

Hey Gofly, those are some great Britannia shots. I love the touchdown shot. The mountain in the background is a nice touch. Komododx, did you get the entire Atlas pkg? I love those 747s, they are incredibly easy to fly.
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:28 am

I'm surprised nobody has posted any pics of jetliners pulling crazy stunts!
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:31 am

Quoting Jeffry747 (Reply 18):
Hey Gofly, those are some great Britannia shots

Definately! Nice shots everyone! Here's my 2 cents.

American Airlines flight 440
DFW-SAT
McDonnell Douglas MD-80
N499AA

Pushback at DFW.

Taxiing to the active behind an AA 757.

Rotate!


Making a complete 180 to head south for SAT.

Climbing through some nasty thunder clouds.

Cruise at FL300.


Descending.

Descending through ugly clouds.

Final approach, rwy 12R at SAT.

Touchdown.

Parked at the gate.


Have an awesome day  Smile

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:39 am

Aaron-

Nice shots! That AA MD-80 looks too real to be a Flightsim aircraft. By the way, I noticed you landed with very little flaps. What was your landing speed?  bigthumbsup 
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 9:25 am

Quoting Jeffry747 (Reply 21):
Nice shots! That AA MD-80 looks too real to be a Flightsim aircraft. By the way, I noticed you landed with very little flaps. What was your landing speed?

Thanks!! I had only about 5 or maybe 10 degrees of flaps down and landed at around 140 knots. Does that sound reasonable, too fast, too slow, comments welcome.

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 9:38 am

Quoting Freedomtofly (Reply 22):
I had only about 5 or maybe 10 degrees of flaps down and landed at around 140 knots

Usually If I don't have my flaps all the way down my planes drop like a rock at 140kts. Check out my 747 shots above; Those flaps are all the way down to keep her from dropping too steeply, and I'm doing more than 170kts with a light load. Oh and she likes to stall at 160.
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 9:56 am

Komododx, did you get the entire Atlas pkg? I love those 747s, they are incredibly easy to fly.

Hey! Yes I did get the whole package but my fav is the time definite, just b/c it's a different c/s. I really like Jumbo freighters. My fav livery is the Alitalia Bulgari. Gotta love it!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 10:19 am

Norwegian Air Shuttle 622/623
Oslo - Bergen - Oslo
Boeing 737-300
LN-KKL

My first flights as a pilot for www.virtualnorwegian.com

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 10:27 am

British Airways 769
Oslo - London Heathrow
Airbus A319
G-EUPR

This was also my first flight for Virtual BA!



Keep the shots coming everyone, they are all a joy to see!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 12:46 pm

Quoting N754AN (Reply 26):
British Airways 769
Oslo - London Heathrow
Airbus A319
G-EUPR

Chris, I have no idea what to say about your shots ....

 eyepopping   faint   cry 

HOLY FREAKIN' CRAP!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 2:41 pm

Golfy where did you get your water textures ? They look amazing. Did you have to pay for them or are they free ?
 
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 2:54 pm

Chris: erm.... Speechless! Big grin

Jeffry: Great shots, keep them coming!  Smile

Aaron: Excellent shots, and high quality.... as usual! Big grin

Quoting ITA350 (Reply 28):
Golfy where did you get your water textures ? They look amazing. Did you have to pay for them or are they free ?

They are freeware, just search AVSIM for the filename "fs9wat.zip"

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 4:44 pm

Quoting N754AN (Reply 25):
My first flights as a pilot for www.virtualnorwegian.com

You must really like Norway!

Hahaha, I think I am seing double here; LN-KKL is parked right next to LN-KKL at OSL !!  Smile) and LN-KKG beat you Oslo to Flesland Big grin

Quoting N754AN (Reply 26):
This was also my first flight for Virtual BA!

Very beautiful, niiiiice, do you have dusk_to_dawn effekts installed?
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:19 pm

Chris....Patrick said it all !!!!!!

I hate you for your top notch graphics and screenies.... Big grin Big grin  Wink  Wink


Here are some shots of a totally forgotten airliner....(at least here in the sreenie-thread...  Wink )

I took a Eastern Airlines Lockheed L1011 for a spin from DUB to IAD (great stuff Lee!!!! Thank you!!! )







The model is Charles Dayhuff's FS8 L1011....there is no better one around!!!
That is until Vistaliners (Erick Cantu, you're a genious...  Wink ) release their L1011....which is nothing short of spectacular!!!!!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:31 pm

While I am at it....

At DUB I did some t&g's with the Project Tupolev Tu154B-2....

Thorsten Forkel, from over at www.fs-zone.de , did me a favor and painted it in the c/s of "my" airport. Big grin Big grin Big grin

At STR we use this Tu154 for parties, rescue seminars and other activities...






This is still a beta-version...but looking good so far!!!!!!


Godspeed

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Wed Jul 13, 2005 11:41 pm

Bernd,

Chris may have the nicer screenshots, but you have an eye for aircraft!

A Tristar and a Tu-154 ...  cloudnine 

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Thu Jul 14, 2005 12:18 am

Quoting ACDC8 (Reply 33):
Chris may have the nicer screenshots, but you have an eye for aircraft!

I agree with the "eye for aircraft" statement... I tend to stick to the same aircraft, i.e: B772, B752 etc, although at the moment I am LOVING the FFX B737-300!!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Thu Jul 14, 2005 3:03 am

Allegiant flight 530
LAS-MSO
McDonnell Douglas MD-87
N948MA

Taxiing to the active at LAS.

Rotate!


Las Vegas baby!!

Climbing over the boring, hot desert.

Cruise at FL340.



Weird cloud.

Overflying KSUN.

Challenging approach into MSO.


Final approach for rwy 11.

Touchdown.

Parked at the gate.


Take care!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Thu Jul 14, 2005 3:33 am

Chris

You've outdone yourself! Those dusk shots with BA... Wow... I'm just speechless!

Bernd

Niiice EA bird! Love it! And I see you took the TU-154 out of the dust... I hadn't seen you use it in a while! I have that package and love it. My fav c/s is Ural Avia.

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Thu Jul 14, 2005 3:56 am

Thank you guys...!!!!  blush 

Luck has it that I stumbled over a demo-version of UK2000's LHR scenery...  Wink
OK...it isn't the real thing...but a 1000 times better than dafault...

I flew Cargo Lions DC8-62F from Rotterdam to Heathrow....








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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Thu Jul 14, 2005 5:03 am

Some shots from my current flight...

Air Lambert 691 (VA)
London Gatwick - Hong Kong
Airbus A330-200
G-LMFA



...I'll do some more tomorrow after arrival at Hong Kong.

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Thu Jul 14, 2005 8:03 am

I've been feeling very MD-80ish lately so here is my 2nd MD-80 flight of the day under the golden Italian sun.

Alitalia flight 1457
MXP-VCE
McDonnell Douglas MD-80
I-DACY

Taxiing to the active at MXP.

Rotation.


Climb-out with MXP in the background.

Climbing...



Cruise, FL250.



Descending through some clouds.

Final approach.

Touchdown.

Parked at gate 1.


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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Thu Jul 14, 2005 8:06 am

Aaron,

They look great!

I love the shot climbing out with MXP in the background... it looks almost real!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Thu Jul 14, 2005 9:23 am

Sweet shots everyone, keep 'em coming!  bigthumbsup 
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Fri Jul 15, 2005 2:36 am

Awesome MD-80 pics Aaron, both AA and AZ!

Chris, those UPR shots are amazing!!

Here's what I've been up to the last couple of days:



9W 615 BOM-CCU

Boeing 737-85R VT-JNZ





9W 842 CCU-MAA

Boeing 737-75R VT-JGB




The PMDG 737NG looks fantastic at night, some of the most realistic night lighting I think I have seen!


Another airline I never flew before is up next, to a location I never went! Should be fun!
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Fri Jul 15, 2005 3:41 am







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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Fri Jul 15, 2005 4:09 am

Holy Mother of god all those sunset pics are gobsmackingly good!!!!!!1 keep em comming love em, my pics will never compete lol
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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Fri Jul 15, 2005 9:09 am

Quoting N754AN (Reply 40):
Aaron,

They look great!

I love the shot climbing out with MXP in the background... it looks almost real!



Quoting Amy (Reply 42):
Awesome MD-80 pics Aaron, both AA and AZ!

Thanks guys!! Well today I had an interesting experience. About half-way through my SLC-JAC flight, the #2 engine failed. I could not get it started so I just flew the rest of the way with one engine. Here are the pics.

Delta Airlines flight 1835
SLC-JAC
Boeing 737-300
N376DL

Pushback at SLC.

Rotate.


Climb-out with SLC behind me.

Climbing.

Cruise.


Engine failure (note the #2 engine is completely still)

Descending.


On downwind for rwy 18 at JAC.

Final approach which needed plenty of rudder action.

I tried...

Sitting on the grass next to the runway letting all the people off.


Hope you enjoyed!!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Sat Jul 16, 2005 2:46 am

To celebrate being made fleet manager of Virtual British Airways I painted G-BNLI, a BA 747-436.



I might also create G-BYGE because she has a white thrust reverser on her number 3 (?) engine which looks kinda cool!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Sat Jul 16, 2005 5:21 am

Great Lakes Aviation flight 5087
DEN-TEX
Beechcraft 1900D
N240GL

Taxiing to the active at DEN.

Rotate.

Wow, KDEN is huge.

Climbing.

Cruise at FL250.


Descending.


Overflying TEX.

And you thought Kai Tak was hard...


Beautiful touchdown  Smile

Parked at the "gate."


Have a great day!

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RE: The Official Screenshot Thread - V5

Sat Jul 16, 2005 6:24 am

Two flights here...
Emirates 513 and 017
Delhi - Dubai (513), and Dubai - Manchester (017)
Boeing 777-200
A6-EMI

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