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Solo airshows.

Post by plunderbird » Sat Jan 21, 2012 3:51 pm

Just wondering, is it possable to do an airshow, where all the planes are flown by one person? I have seen some video's of multi AC landing, that have been done by one person. So I think an airshow could be possable. You would have to save it ,then stream it, so others could watch, though.

I'm thinking about possably doing this, so that's why I'm asking.
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Post by Honey Badger » Sat Jan 21, 2012 3:55 pm

This is possible actually. In fact I have a replay on my comp that was made like that. The reason we do multiple pilots is for them to "show off" as with all airshows an because they have different fling styles and preferences. I.E. you see different maneuvers and routines. Some one may be able to answer this better than me, too.
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Post by Scarecrow » Sat Jan 21, 2012 4:25 pm

plunderbird wrote:Just wondering, is it possable to do an airshow, where all the planes are flown by one person? I have seen some video's of multi AC landing, that have been done by one person. So I think an airshow could be possable. You would have to save it ,then stream it, so others could watch, though.

I'm thinking about possably doing this, so that's why I'm asking.
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Re: Solo airshows.

Post by plunderbird » Mon Jan 23, 2012 2:48 pm

Hmm. The thing I take from this is, it's ok. But it's better to take part in an airshow, than try to do one on your own.

I hope to be fully on the net (Not useing the libarary computer) by early next month. I'll have to watch an airshow, after that.

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