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Start ::  Special Ops Division ::  Special Ops Online Multiplayers Flights ::  Chile Multiplayer Flight Sunday Aug 24, 2014 2000 Zulu
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Chile Multiplayer Flight Sunday Aug 24, 2014 2000 Zulu

jer029 Posted: 21.08.2014, 15:19

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Larry (Airhogg) and John's (jer029) next Multiplayer Flight



This flight takes us to Chile where we’ll get a taste of everything from volcanic mountain to over-the-ocean flying for landing at various points on the mainland and Greater Island of Chiloé. This might be a good flight for nervous bush fliers worried about small, difficult runways. The smallest runway here is just under 3000 ft. – our departure airport. They just get bigger after that, so all should be easy flying (although I haven’t tried this area personally – and weather can always be a factor if you want it to be).



See the Multiplayer Flight Plans in the Download area for more information, including download zip file for flight plans in FSX and FS9 format and a detailed text document explaining flight plan and what to expect.



Flight time is 2000 Zulu making it 1500 for those of us in Central time like I am, an early flight (0600) for those ‘down under’ in Australia, and a really late flight for Yoland in Switzerland (2200). Just set your time at sim time at 1200 and we should all be enjoying sunshine – if our real-world weather settings permit.



Contact John or Larry if you have problems or questions. We look forward to meeting our fellow pilots.

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Yoland Posted: 21.08.2014, 19:38

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I will try to join you if I am back from sailing (regatta on sunday).
I just tested the first hop of the multiplayer flight (real weather). Landing on SCFT after following the valley, from West to East is not that easy, except with my delicious Bush Pilatus Porter.
See images in the photos dept.



edited by: Yoland, Aug 22, 2014 - 02:38 AM

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jer029 Posted: 22.08.2014, 00:47

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Yikes Yoland -- You're right! I just gave the first leg a try and I had about 5 go-arounds before I could even attempt a landing - but then again, I'm trying to land the Twin Otter there. :-)

The Beaver would make landing easier - but it was sure nice having the powerful Twin Otter to get over those mountains after departure.

Nice pictures of the area too Yoland - inspired me to jump on the sim and try that first leg. Are you using something there besides basic P3D scenery?

It would be great to have you join us on a flight, but I'd put sailing as the priority also.

Any pilots are welcome to join in also - even if they come a bit late. Just check in with us on TeamSpeak and we'll tell you where we're at on the flight plan.



edited by: jer029, Aug 22, 2014 - 12:53 AM

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Yoland Posted: 24.08.2014, 18:33

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I could not join the multiplayer flight on time, But I finally met the two flying gentlemen with great pleasure "somewhere" in Chile.
To all our SPA pilots : never hesitate to join the fun. It is just nice and friendly! And you do not have to worry if you do or say something wrong. Pure fun !

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