North to South Pole Tour Released

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1 week 6 days ago #16422 by jer029
Pilots,

Larry's North to South Pole Tour has been posted in the Special Operations area under Bush Ops->Other Tours.

Happy flying,

John

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1 week 5 days ago #16425 by paul.kennedy
Now that looks like fun... any recommended aircraft to be used or can I stick to my trusty DC3 ?

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1 week 4 days ago #16430 by airhogg
Well Paul, any aircraft that can land on a minimum 4000' runway and have enough fuel for at least 400 miles. l personally will use the Beechcraft 1900, King Air 350, DHC-6 Otter, commuter type aircraft. If l`m not sure about an aircraft, l will do a test flight to see how it performs ie: flying dynamics, fuel burn, and payload, ect.
Hope`s this helps

Larry
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1 week 3 days ago #16431 by Oswald
What's wrong with my website access? I haven't found either of the new tours at bush ops.
Oswald

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1 week 3 days ago - 1 week 3 days ago #16432 by jer029
Try clearing your browser cache. I'll check to see if I can turn that off caching as pilots aren't seeing recent changes until their browsers decide to clear the cache on their own.

Thankfully, clearing your browser cache is really easy:

Chrome: Press CTRL + Shift + Del on your keyboard and click Clear data
Edge: Press CTRL + Shift + Del on your keyboard and click Clear
Internet Explorer: Press CTRL + Shift + Del on your keyboard and click Delete
Firefox: Press CTRL + Shift + Del on your keyboard and click Clear Now
Safari: Press Option + ⌘ + E on your keyboard
Opera: Press CTRL + Shift + Del on your keyboard and click Clear data

John

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1 week 3 days ago #16433 by Oswald
There we go ... that was it, thanks!

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