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Start ::  Special Ops Division ::  Bush Operations Notices ::  Spokane Postal Routes Completed
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Spokane Postal Routes Completed

JimMagin Posted: 04.09.2016, 17:57


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Another excellent job by Yoland Spokane routes where very challenging as usual NICE JOB
Used UTX USA Scenery and REX HD Weather following the FAR's Part 91 sec 91.155 Basic VFR
and Part 91 sec 91.211 Oxygen Rules made for some very interesting flights under real world
weather condition did a lot of canyon running and IFR (I Follow Rivers) smile

Sure BBQSteve will have fun in his KODAK Aircraft With These Or Did LOL 

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Anonymous Posted: 05.09.2016, 11:22
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Have done a few of those postal flights, but not Spokane yet. They are fun. I'm doing the ORBX free airports of North America right now. Finished the East Coast and now in Indiana leaving for Ohio. These are great and some challenging airports also. Highly recommend these too. Too bad we don't have nice little reward buttons for our sig whem completing those and other "mission" flights when completed!

Left the Kodiak in the hanger for some maintenance. You know, removing a few branches and getting that fish smell out of the engine. Been flying my PA31, but have not seen it on the webpage for popular AC in last six months. Don't believe that stat is working correctly. John needs to take a look at it.

edited by: BBQSteve, Sep 05, 2016 - 02:20 PM
jer029 Posted: 05.09.2016, 13:35


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That stat is limited to more than 3 pilots flying the same aircraft during the past six months.  Your plane doesn't show because only two pilots fly the PA31 (You and Larry), and you only count once for each model regardless of the number of flights you make with it. 

Unfortunately we're pretty loose on model naming conventions (differs depending on the ACARS or manual entry), and even the model designer.  So - we can have different model definitions of the B737 depending on how it uploads to the database - and more than 3 pilots must have flown the same model name in 6 months to register on that stat). 

This keeps that stat from getting sooo big that nobody could make sense of it.  Still - there's enough pilots flying the same model (with the same model name upload) to give an indication of what pilots are flying. 



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