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Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2016 5:06 am
by Flake
megaprime13 wrote:Sidequestion, did you settle on a new name there friend?
Nah. I'll just make it up for other sites/services as I go along. Also the thread sort of just fell into petty bashing based on very old interpersonal histories at the end, so I sort of gave up on the idea.

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2016 6:06 am
by iqmal_97
Copperhead wrote:#notofftopicatall
For 2 or 3 replies only? Eeehh, it's passable.

Another copy paste from the HQ page!

The Sea Venom's successor in Royal Navy service was the impressive de Havilland Sea Vixen which, when it first appeared in the early 1950's, was a match for any land-based fighter of the time. It gave the Royal Navy its first swept-wing two-seat all-weather fighter and was developed from the 1946-vintage D.F. 110 that was designed to meet the Royal Air Force specification for a land-based all-weather fighter aircraft. Naval interest waned and the RAF requirement was ultimately filled by the Gloster Javelin.

Although it followed the Vampire/Venom-type twin-boom configuration, the Sea Vixen was a totally modern aircraft, but development delays following the high profile and tragic 1952 crash of the prototype at a Farnborough air show kept the Sea Vixen from entering Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm service until 1958.

Royal Navy interest in the D.H. 100 was rekindled in 1952 and carrier trials took place in late 1954 - the Royal Navy placed its first Sea Vixen order in January the following year. A partially navalized version first flew in June, 1955 while production of the Sea Vixen FAW. Mk 1 got underway at de Havilland's Christchurch factory - the company's Chester factory was later involved in Sea Vixen's production.

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The retirement of the Sea Vixen from the Fleet Air Arm was the end of an era for de Havilland twin boom types in front-line British military service.

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The Sea Vixen was the first British aircraft to be armed exclusively with rockets and air-to-air missiles.

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The Sea Vixen pilot's cockpit and canopy was offset to the port side to make room for the radar operator below.

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The last airworthy Sea Vixen, a former No.899 NAS aircraft.

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Thu Jan 14, 2016 1:58 pm
by Greenhorn
A HAVA 737 at Mandiola International
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Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Thu Jan 14, 2016 7:38 pm
by Copperhead
Me, (A-1) and Bombcat (F4U) having a bit of formation fun on the 171 server last Sunday.

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Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:29 pm
by NightRaven
Final moments before touchdown which concludes a flight that demonstrated its favourable flight characteristics.
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WAR ROOM UNITE

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Fri Jan 15, 2016 4:09 am
by Turbofan
I keep discovering the multitude of amazing ground objects made by Airbourne and HotelFox (of course it goes without saying that I like Patrick's ground objects too 'cause those are the most I've used). Here is Linbury's new City Hospital with a combination of Airbourne's and HF's hospital ground objects.
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I will be using more of HF's ground objects in the CMI map so if you get it after release be sure to download HF's ground object pack also.

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Fri Jan 15, 2016 2:23 pm
by tigershark
star wars fun
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Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Sun Jan 17, 2016 4:09 pm
by Turbofan
Some more randoms. I sure have a whole bunch of them stacked away on my desktop.
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This landing gets two winks and nods.
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Sierra Charlie off on another Transatlantic run.

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Wed Jan 20, 2016 10:55 pm
by jetskit
PAVA PHOTODUMP INCOMING :ugeek:

Done some flights on the UK map, some purely to get some pictures, others to be filed as flights.

737-800 PAV250 Newcastle - Edinburgh, shortly after takeoff the aircraft experienced a slight technical issue, requiring the crew to return to Newcastle, where the aircraft was replaced with a 757
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The 787-9 over London Heathrow doing some circuits for the plane spotters :geek:
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Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 6:55 am
by Neocon
I took a picture or two while I was flying online tonight.
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FA604: Taking Off
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FA604: Landing
I took a few shots from different angles offline:
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FAVA, PAVA, Abel Jets, and NatComAir.

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 2:12 am
by decaff_42
American Airlines took their new Boeing 767-300ER for an acceptance flight and returned without any major squawks.
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Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 4:26 pm
by Doggeh1
decaff_42 wrote:American Airlines took their new Boeing 767-300ER for an acceptance flight and returned without any major squawks.
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Can't wait for this!

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2016 3:21 pm
by The Second Maverick
Just did a flight between London Heathrow and Edinburgh Intl. with Doggeh1 in the YSCAS.

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2016 3:32 pm
by Doggeh1
Nice pics :)

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2016 3:35 pm
by The Second Maverick
Doggeh1 wrote:Nice pics :)
Thanks mate :) !

Best Regards

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 5:53 am
by Turbofan
What a passenger would see on short final to RWY 25 at Ocaso International Airport.
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Btw, OCA is not a KLM hub, just in case you're wondering. I chose the KLM 744 because I like the 747. :P

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Fri Jan 29, 2016 5:02 am
by Kilo 11
Back to posting screenies and a new display coming soon!
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Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Fri Feb 05, 2016 11:11 am
by Monoceros
Flying around the circuit with a bit of dynamic scenery.

I just realized that this version of Hawai'i is missing some terminals...

Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2016 8:43 am
by Kujo
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Re: Screencaps (Unedited)

Posted: Sun Feb 07, 2016 1:34 pm
by V8-DLA
Lufthansa flight 520 to Mexico City from Munich had to be diverted to st.marteen due to weather problems at destination,here is she,landing as caught by a spotter
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