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  • Short Hops with some twists

    Kalo is unable to do Short Hops this week. Travis and I were talking about something that had a bit of a challenge to it. Look what he came up with.







    Intro
    Welcome to an unusual Wednesday Short Hop.
    This is a VFR flight. We will be flying mainly by hand following the route as a guide.
    This week we will be traveling around the area of Aspen, Colorado winding through the mountain passes and following the roads.
    The main goal of these flights is to enjoy the scenery. Low (not too low) and slow (not too slow) is the game here.


    Multiplayer Platform

    Hub/Server: To be announced before takeoff
    Full installation and setup is required before the flight starts.
    Ensure you are familiar with the software to minimize delays before the flight.
    New Pilots: Please note, you can use X-Plane or Any version of FSX/P3D with JoinFS

    Flight Plan
    KASE > KGWS > KASE
    Downloadable plans @ http://tinyurl.com/Karl-s-FlightPlans
    You may use this Skyvector map to use as a guide.
    We may not be flying Direct.

    Cruise Speed
    130+ KIAS.

    Altitude
    Enough to avoid terrain

    Aircraft
    An aircraft that can maintain 130+ KIAS.

    Scenery
    Default scenery is acceptable.
    Expect scenery differences with other pilots. We will be in Orbx regions if you have Southern California installed.

    Weather
    I will be using Active Sky Next.
    Please use a real world weather source unless conditions are unfavorable.
    Fair conditions is also acceptable.

    Time Sync
    Whatever your heart desires. I would not recommend midnight
    *Time Sync is not a requirement

    NOTAM
    None currently.

    See you in the air!
    Starts
    July 19th, 2018 01:00 AM
    Ends
    July 19th, 2018 03:00 AM
    Last edited by Karl; July 18th, 2018, 05:22 AM.

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    Folks, prep your aircraft for tonight's trip through the rocky passes of the Aspen area. 2100 EDT/1800PDT.
    Last edited by Karl; July 18th, 2018, 09:48 PM.

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