Neon-Circles wrote: »
What is your background in FS? Do you fly addictivly? What do you fly? Where do you fly? etc!
To start the ball rolling....
I have around 1000 sim hours at this stage, coming up on 400 on VATSIM. Do most my flights on VATSIM now.......real world Ryanair routes! I mainly use the PMDG 738, great aircraft. I try to vary my destinations.....went to Malta recently which was a nice trip. Krakow is also an enjoyable flight, a bit long though.
Tell us about you.....
eo980 wrote: »
I don't think I'd get much to run on my laptop though so I'm thinking about building a PC to get back into it.
Steyr wrote: »
Did EINN/KJFK last night, oh god how long!!! Bring back Concorde!, 5+hours of fun, only prob was when you get to NY the frame rate really starts to slow down and annoy me because of all the buildings etc, anybody know how to rectify this?
pclancy wrote: »
I'm in New Zealand now going for real flying lessons soon but I still fire up FSX a good bit and mess around, theres some good scenery and a good online FS community down here too!
I've also applied for a job with a company down here that actually builds 737 cockpits using FS2004 as the engine...watch this space if i get the job i'll tell more!
A320-200 wrote: »
C172 with vari pitch prop. Cant see if its Carb/Fuel inectionhttp://www.simkits.com/product.php?prodid=614
Shamrock883 wrote: »
I have 3000+ hours online and offline flying in everything from Ultralights to Md-11s to space shuttles (i know i know:p) to helicopters.
I fly around the globe but mainly around europe.
I'm a proud member of VATsim with around 250+ hours as a pilot and about the same as a controller.
I've taken a liking to the Wilco airbus series 1 and 2 as well as all things PMDG.
See you in the skies;)
Board Walker wrote: »
your a cork spotter.com!