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Your Planned FS Itineries

Sun Oct 16, 2011 11:36 pm

Hi all,

What are your planned flight sim itineries? I always land at the airport and fly the next flight from the same airport.

Mine are:
1. Athens ATH-Heraklion HER A320 Aegean 314
2. Heraklion HER-Athens ATH A320 Aegean 612
3. Athens ATH-London LHR A320 Aegean 602
4. London LHR-San Diego SAN B772 British 273
5. San Diego SAN-Portland PDX B738 Alaska 573
6. Portland PDX-Spokane GEG DH8 Horizon 2350
7. Spokane GEG-Seattle SEA DH8 Horizon 2495
8. Seattle SEA-Boston BOS B738 Alaska 12
9. Boston BOS-Paris CDG B744 Air France 337
10. Paris CDG-Birmingham BHX DH8 Flybe 3002
11. Birmingham BHX-Aberdeen ABZ DH8 Flybe 325
12. Aberdeen ABZ-Stornoway SYY J31 Eastern 554
13. Stornoway SYY-Aberdeen ABZ J31 Eastern 555
14. Aberdeen ABZ-London LGW A320 EasyJet 776
15. London LGW-Tampa TPA B772 British 2167
16. Tampa TPA-New York JFK A320 JetBlue 40
17. New York JFK-Rio de Janeiro GIG B763 American 255
18. Rio de Janeiro GIG-Miami MIA B763 American 904
19. Miami MIA-Toronto YYZ B738 American 1552
20. Toronto YYZ-Hong Kong HKG B77L Air Canada 15
21. Hong Kong HKG-Manila MNL B744 Cathay 907
22. Manila MNL-Hong Kong HKG B744 Cathay 906
23. Hong Kong HKG-Sydney SYD B744 Qantas 28
24. Sydney SYD-Melbourne MEL B738 Qantas 461
25. Melbourne MEL-Singapore SIN A380 Qantas 9
26. Singapore SIN-Frankfurt FRA A380 Singapore 25
27. Frankfurt FRA-New York JFK A380 Lufthansa 400
28. New York JFK-London LHR B772 American 104
29. London LHR-Dubai DXB A380 Emirates 2
30. Dubai DXB-Hong Kong HKG A380 Emirates 384
31. Hong Kong HKG-Seoul ICN A380 Korean Air 608
32. Seoul ICN-Tokyo NRT A380 Korean Air 705
33. Tokyo NRT-Osaka KIX B738 JAL 3019
34. Osaka KIX-Paris CDG B772 Air France 291
35. Paris CDG-Washington IAD A380 Air France 28
36. Washington IAD-Los Angeles LAX B772 United 951
37. Los Angeles LAX-Sydney SYD A380 Qantas 12
38. Sydney SYD-Los Angeles LAX B77W V Australia 1
39. Los Angeles LAX-Las Vegas LAS A319 US Airways 156
40. Las Vegas LAS-Vancouver YVR B738 Westjet 1789
41. Vancouver YVR-Seoul ICN B77W Korean Air 72
42. Seoul ICN-New York JFK A380 Korean Air 81
43. New York JFK-Tampa TPA B738 American 1787
44. Tampa TPA-Miami MIA B738 American 1236
45. Miami MIA-Cancun CUN B738 American 1967
46. Cancun CUN-Boston BOS A320 JetBlue 772
47. Boston BOS-Dallas DFW B738 American 1641
48. Dallas DFW-Sao Paulo GRU B772 American 963
49. Sao Paulo GRU-Dallas DFW B772 American 962
50. Dallas DFW-Chicago ORD A319 United 679

Regards, Sveinn TH. (SÞS)
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 12:26 am

UPDATE

Note: You'll maybe notice that I changed the form so I just set the next destination.

51. Hong Kong HKG 744 United 875
52. Amsterdam AMS 744 Cathay 271
53. London LGW 320 EasyJet 8874
54. Dublin DUB 738 Ryanair 113
55. Frankfurt HHN 738 Ryanair 1948
56. Reus REU 738 Ryanair 9826
57. Paris BVA 738 Ryanair 2117
58. Dublin DUB 738 Ryanair 23
59. Edinburg EDI 738 Ryanair 812
60. London LGW 320 EasyJet 806
61. Hanoi HAN 772 Vietnam 144
62. Hong Kong HKG 321 Vietnam 590
63. Los Angeles LAX 77W Cathay 882
64. San Francisco SFO CRJ Delta Connection 4708
65. Phoenix PHX 319 US Airways 578
66. Charlotte CLT 319 US Airways 680
67. Jacksonville JAX 319 US Airways 1177
68. Chicago ORD CRJ American Eagle 4015
69. Milwaukee MKE CRJ United Express 5431
70. Detroit DTW CRJ Delta Connection 4147
71. Providence PVD CRJ Delta Connection 4723
72. Chicago ORD CRJ United Express 3666
73. Rome FCO 763 American 110
74. Basel BSL 320 EasyJet 4921
75. Frankfurt FRA Lufthansa Regional 1211

Yes, I like to plan things! 

Regards, Sveinn TH. (SÞS)
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 1:36 am

UPDATE

76. Jo'burg JNB 380 LH 572
77. Cape Town CPT 738 SA 307
78. Jo'burg JNB 738 SA 378
79. Harare HRE 738 SA 22
80. Jo'burg JNB 738 SA 29
81. Dubai DXB 380 EK 762
82. Brisbane BNE 77W EK 434
83. Auckland AKL 77W EK 434
84. Osaka KIX 763 NZ 97
85. Tokyo HND 738 JL 172
86. Hong Kong HKG 77W CX 543
87. Paris CDG 744 CX 261
88. Rome FCO 321 AZ 317
89. Tokyo NRT 772 AZ 782
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:17 am

Wow that is a lot. I have a nice 5 week break from school in Mid December to Mid January. I will finally be purchasing the NGX and will be running something like this:
MIA-BOI
BOI-JFK
JFK-RDU
RDU-LAX
LAX-PHX
PHX-STL
STL-DCA
DCA-JFK
JFK-SFJ-JFK
JFK-KEF-JFK
Also planning on getting to Europe for a bit too. Above is about 6 days of flying all with the 738 probably. So with 5 weeks off and free weekdays I should have some more time.
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 6:31 am

Just a couple for me,

Osaka to Tokyo- ANA 763W
LHR to NCL- BA 744
NCL to LHR- BA 744

then wherever the feeling takes me  
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 8:25 am

I dont really plan any iteniry... I just go with what ever mood im in,

My next flight will prob be a long haul on a BA 744... I havent decided if i'll go east or west from LHR yet. Maybe SFO but we'll see. I'll toss a coin
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 12:17 pm

Whatever I feel like.

Although I do have some "tours" that I want to fly at some point.

Like either of this in Tu-104:

original CSA run:

http://www.gcmap.com/map?P=PRG-CAI-BOM-RGN-CGK&MS=wls&MR=600&MX=720x360&PM=*

or into Carribean, shorer hops version:

http://www.gcmap.com/map?P=PRG-KEF-YQX-ORF-SXM&MS=wls&MR=540&MX=720x360&PM=*

or longer hops version:

http://www.gcmap.com/map?P=PRG-KEF-YHZ-SXM&MS=wls&MR=540&MX=720x360&PM=*


and I have planned a tour of best Russian sceneries (that might need updating)

(a-net system won't handle this well, please copy& paste into gcmap.com)
KSC-KGD-UMMS-LED-UWGG-SVX-USNN-UOOO-UNKL-UNNT-UAAA-UTTT-UTAA-URMM-URSS-UKOO-KSC,UOOO-UERR-UEEE-UHMM-UHPP-UHSS-UHWW-UHHH-UHBB-UIAA-UIII-UNKL

The shorter variant (from UOOO fly to UNKL) is covered wholy, the longer variant all the way round to Kamchatka was not quite completely covered at the time of planning (a year ago) but may be now (with a little re-routing, possibly)
Also, all the sceneries are free, except maybe KGD.
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 4:48 pm

KJFK-KMIA-SKBO-SEQU
SEQU-MPTO-KMIA
KMIA-SAEZ
SAEZ-SCEL-SPIM-KMIA
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:14 pm

Next summer, I'll have a route all planned out to take me from my home training airport (CBF- Council Bluufs, IA) to OSH and back the week of the AirVenture. I'm still working on the details (and trying to decide on the airplane- JustFlight C152 vs. Piper Archer III vs. Pilatus PC-6), but I've got plenty of time.

Also on the list:
HNL-LAX (Hawaiian 767-300)
DTW-AMS (Delta 767-400)
ATL-BDA (Delta 737-800)
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:22 pm

Wow... you really plan ahead! For some reason, I'm on a kick of doing "Delivery Flights", so I've been delivering an aircraft, then flying scheduled flights to either Seattle, Toulouse, Hamburg or Sao Paulo (whichever is closer) and then picking up another aircraft and repeating the process.

My last delivery was a Kenya Airways EMB-190 routed SJK-REC-SID-DKR-NBO. From there I hopped a Speedbird B772 to LHR and have an A319 waiting for me to take it to TLS. Then it is just a matter of figuring out whose Airbus or ATR to deliver, and then off I go.

I've been enjoying this new theme, and it has given me a new favorite airport of OVB. I can't pinpoint exactly what I like about it, but I've had a blast stopping there delivering Chinese Airbii out of XFW.
 
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 17, 2011 10:46 pm

Quoting ups707 (Reply 9):
I've been enjoying this new theme, and it has given me a new favorite airport of OVB.

UNNT scenery is just spectacularly beautiful, really. Make sure to get your hands on other sceneries from Tolmachevo Team, UNCC Novosibirsk Severniy is a nice airport with short runway, and I think they have done SVX as well.
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Wed Oct 19, 2011 1:25 pm

I don't really plan my 'flights'. When I am in the mood for FS, I fire it up and then think about some routes. Sometimes real world routes, sometimes extreme long fligts, sometimes Island hopping etc etc.

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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Thu Oct 20, 2011 3:35 pm

I'm in Florida right now but my computer is in Iceland so I won't start until next November. I fully understand why you don't want to plan things, I was like that. Don't know what changed. 

I planned 200 flights and then I stopped. Don't gonna put them here, probably too boring to read  

It will probably take months, but I like it  
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Fri Oct 21, 2011 12:50 am

Quoting SRQKEF (Reply 12):
It will probably take months, but I like it

I am the same way, I plan all of my flights to be as real as it get! I also will never just pick a flight and fly......I will fly out of the airport I landed last!

Cool stuff!  
 
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Fri Oct 21, 2011 11:40 pm

Got 250 flights now, but I think I'll stop now 
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Sun Oct 23, 2011 4:59 pm

Quoting SRQKEF (Reply 14):
Got 250 flights now, but I think I'll stop now 

I feel sorry for my 27-leg refined tour of Russia And Some Post Soviet Countries.
Although I have had it refined and now all legs feature a scenery, usually very pretty one. I already started to fly it and am about to leave Kaliningrad for Minsk later this evening.,
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 24, 2011 1:48 pm

Although this is not planned - This is my RTW trip so far in the KLM 737-800 iFly-version Can't figure out where to go from SXM!!



But somewhere in the Northern South-Ameria!!  Maybe i can do some "Drug-runs"! 
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 24, 2011 4:04 pm

I personally would suggest you take a look at LatinVFR for South America sceneries. I fly around there relatively ofted, for the thrill of operating in difficult conditions. Run Sucre-Cuzco is THE run for 727 enthusiast, although for your 737 leg from SXM I would suggest a flight to Tegucigalpa Honduras, for it is more like 737 flight range-wise.
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 24, 2011 5:22 pm

Quoting steffenbn (Reply 16):
Can't figure out where to go from SXM!!

Go to Quito, UIO/ SEQU. nice approach into the valley with 9400 feet elevation.

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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:15 pm

I'm spoiled for choice.

Just upgraded to FSX, and purchased PMDGs 737NGX and I'm just flying anywhere and everywhere.

I'll need to think where to start properly once I have all my FSX compatible sceneries loaded.
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:52 pm

wilco: UIO is nice too. A bit further down the road though, I would suggest.
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Fri Nov 25, 2011 7:31 pm

This is a nice thread. Keep posting your itineraries!

I used to hold to FS schedules, however, personal obligations would come up and I would be unable to fulfill the itineraries. As WILCO737 stated, I just fire up the simulator and pick two places. My recent "flights" have been UA 695 LGA-ORD (A319), and B6 143 JFK-PBI (A320). I would like to do another A380, however, I'm pretty indecisive on which one to do. Ideas welcome..

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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Fri Nov 25, 2011 8:19 pm

Ok arrived at NRT now after MANY flights! Next fligth is CX to HKG and on to AMS on a 744. Then from AMS I'm going to SXM.
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Fri Nov 25, 2011 9:33 pm

Quoting SRQKEF (Thread starter):
I always land at the airport and fly the next flight from the same airport.

Looks like a great itinerary. I also like to always leave from the same airport which I land in.

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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Sat Nov 26, 2011 12:19 am

Quoting wilco737 (Reply 18):
Go to Quito, UIO/ SEQU. nice approach into the valley with 9400 feet elevation.

Sounds nice, my RTW has been on standby - so I think SEQU will be my next destination! 
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Sat Nov 26, 2011 5:28 pm

I've got some European flights in mind.

Here goes

American AirlinesB767-300ER JFK-BUD
Aerosvit B737-300 BUD-KBP
Aerosvit B767-300ER KBP-JFK
Delta Air Lines A330-300 JFK-AMS
Lufthansa A319 AMS-HAM
Lufthansa A321 HAM-FRA
British Airways A320 FRA-LHR
British Airways A321 LHR-BUD
Malév Hungarian DHC8Q400 BUD-SKJ (Skopje?)
Malév Hungarian DHC8Q400 SKJ-BUD
Delta Air Lines B767-300ER BUD-JFK
LOT Polish B767-300ER JFK-WAW
Aerosvit B767-300ER WAW-KBP (Training flight as performed in real life)
Dniproavia ERJ145 KBP-LWO
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Sun Mar 18, 2012 12:06 am

I based a whole series of PMDG 737-800 NGX flights on a trip report I had read, which was flown and reported by an Anet member, airpearl one of the best I have ever read, full of history especially the legacy regarding the Pacific battles of WWII and numerous testing. The trip report was posted on the 2nd of Sept 2011. The flight departs Honolulu PHNL around 6.55am and finishes in Guam PGUM early evening, flying via numerous islands in Micronesia including Majuro PKMJ, Kwajalein PKWA, Kosrae, Pohnpei, Chuuk, with some very challenging 6000 foot runways to land on along the way and quick turnarounds, a real milk run, but alot of fun. The trip report was taken pre merger so Continental was operating it at the time, post merger United operates it using a 737-800, ETOPS of course, as flight UAL 172. If you visit Flightaware you can obtain all the departure details, durations etc. or read the excellent trip report, but most of all fly it, you wont regret it  Smile  

[Edited 2012-03-17 17:30:29]
 
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Sun Mar 18, 2012 3:58 am

Quoting SRQKEF (Thread starter):
I always land at the airport and fly the next flight from the same airport.

I was doing that for a while I ended up doing the following with a mixture of PMDG's J41, 737NGX, 744X and Flight1 ATR72

YBBN - YBHM - YBTL - YBCS - YPDN - YPPH - YSSY - YMML - YPAD - YBAS - YAYE - YSSY - YSCB - YMML - YMHB - YMML - YSSY - YSTW - YBBN - YBRK - YBCG - YSSY

but then I got a sudden urge to do African hops and didn't feel like doing a long haul against the wind over the Indian ocean so I "teleported" from YSSY- FAJS and began doing flights which didn't always begin from the previous airport.

my last flights were


1. CYHZ - EGKK PMDG 73WX
2. HKJK - HTDA PMDG 73HX
3. HRYR - HKJK PMDG 73HX
4. FAJS - FACT PMDG 73HX
5. YBCG - YSSY PMDG 73HX
6. YBRK - YBCG FLIGHT1 AT75
7. YBBN - YBRK PMDG 73WX
8. YSTW - YBBN FLIGHT1 AT75
9. YSSY - YSTW FLIGHT1 AT75
10. YMML - YSSY PMDG 744X

Next I'm thinking about flying around North America and the Caribbean for a while.

Quoting ups707 (Reply 9):
I'm on a kick of doing "Delivery Flights", so I've been delivering an aircraft, then flying scheduled flights to either Seattle, Toulouse, Hamburg or Sao Paulo (whichever is closer) and then picking up another aircraft and repeating the process.

That's an interesting idea I did a delivery flight once took a brand new A319 EDHI - OTBD - VOMM - WIII - YPDN - YBBN. Was going well until I tried to land in YBBN as I was on final I kept on getting cut of by AI traffic (usually a Qlink Q400) which would make me go around this happened one too many times and I ended up running out of fuel over Moreton Bay. Ever since then I've taken off AI traffic.
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Mar 19, 2012 7:55 pm

My last segments:

MIA-FDF-ANU-MIA 722
MIA-SJU L1011
SJU-STT-SJU-SXM S340
SXM-MIA 722
MIA-ATL-BOS DC-9-50
BOS-LGA 722
LGA-PHL-DCA Dash 7
DCA-RIC-CLT DC-9-30
CLT-TRI J31
TRA-ATL Dash 8
ATL-MIA L1011
Coming next
MIA-EZE DC10
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Mon Apr 02, 2012 8:17 pm

I just recently got a new computer, that can FINALLY run FS9 with all the bells and whistles I like, with decent frames. So, I have gotten back into the game hardcore, and this seems like a great topic to post about it in.

I have been using FSPassengers, and created my own TWA (for some reason I've really been into the latest TWA scheme lately). I have only an A318 so far, and yesterday alone I flew:

PVD-PHL, then as some of you guys put it "teleported" back to PVD
PVD-DAB-PVD-CVG-PVD-ALB-PVD-LGA where I RONed.

Tonight when I get home from work, I plan on doing LGA-PVD-NAS, and RONing there

Tomorrow I will either fly back to PVD, or do NAS-SXM, and back to PVD via SJU or MIA, I haven't quite decided yet.


Some of you guys really plan these flights out way in advance. Thats awesome. I certainly enjoyed reading about all the 'exotic' destinations you guys have been visiting. My flights in comparison seem fairly boring.

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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Thu Apr 19, 2012 7:39 am

I've kept a log for a while of my X-Plane flights:

Sector Airline Aircraft
NFFN-YMML Qantas 767-300ER
YMML-YSSY Boeing 747-8i
YSSY-YLHI QantasLink DHC-8-300
YLHI-YPMQ QantasLink DHC-8-300
YPMQ-YSSY QantasLink DHC-8-400
YSSY-YSCB Virgin Blue ERJ 170
YSCB-YBBN Qantas 737-800
YBBN-YPPH Qantas A330-200
YPPH-YPKU Skywest F100
YPKU-YPDN QantasLink DHC-8-200
YPDN-YPGV QantasLink 717-200
YPGV-YSCB RAAF CL604
YSCB-YPAD Qantas 737-800
YPAD-YMML Qantas 737-800
YMML-YSSY Qantas 767-300ER
YSSY-YPMQ QantasLink DHC-8-200
YPMQ-YSSY QantasLink DHC-8-400
YSSY-NZCH Qantas 747-400
NZCH-NZWN ASA King Air B350
NZWN-YARM ASA King Air B350
YARM-YSCB ASA King Air B350
YSCB-YMHB RAAF CL604
YMHB-YSCB Virgin Aus. 737-800
YSCB-YPMQ RAAF CL604
YPMQ-YSCH QantasLink DHC-8-200
YSCH-YSSY QantasLink DHC-8-400
YSSY-YPKA Qantas 767-300ER
YPKA-YPPH TNT RJ85
YPPH-YPXM Virgin Blue E190
YPXM-YPPD Qantas 737-800
YPPD-NFFN - BD700
NFFN-KTEX - BD700
KTEX-KBFI Boeing 737-800
KBFI-KSEA Alaska 737-800
KSEA-KSFO Alaska 737-800
KSFO-KLAX American 737-800
KLAX-CYWG Delta 737-800
CYWG-BIRK Delta 737-800
BIRK-LIRF Delta 737-800
LIRF-HKJK Delta 737-800

I'm currently on a round-the-world trip with the DL 737, which will take me now to:

FAJS
FJDG
VHHH
RJCC
PANC
KSEA

After that, I'm planning to fly non-stop in a 77L KSEA-FAJS, then SAA A340 FAJS-YPPH, a transcon of some sort, then a QF 744 SYD-LAX, before heading up to Canada for some Ice Pilots action!
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RE: Your Planned FS Itineries

Fri Apr 20, 2012 10:21 pm

Going to have time to use FSX and FS9 soon again. Have something like this planned:

MIA-DCA 738
DCA-STL 738
STL-LAX 738
LAX-AKL 744
AKL-SYD 738
SYD-NRT 742
NRT-HKG 737
HKG-LAX 744
LAX-MIA 738

After that I wont have too much time during the week so I think I will head to the Caribbean which is great for doing short flights with anything from a Caravan to a 738.
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