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Around the World lap 5 ---Episode 58: Special Assignment--- An Xmas Story 6

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  • Around the World lap 5 ---Episode 58: Special Assignment--- An Xmas Story 6

    Hello pilots!
    The "High profile client up North" is so impressed with our cargo hauling air convoy over the last few years that he has requested our services again to head north to help deliver last minute Christmas supplies.

    We will be departing Tanquary Fjord (CJQ6) on a very challenging flight around the "North Pole". Our mission is to make stops at a few secret locations to pick up needed supplies and deliver them to our high-profile employer. Along the way we will be hauling Christmas presents, Trees, and decorations.
    This will be a very difficult flight around some unforgiving terrain, especially because of the troubles that come with GPS & navigation aids this far north.

    This flight will take place in JoinFS

    Any aircraft that cruises at 150-160 knots IAS will be good to use for this flight. I will be flying the OZx Goose and we will fly at altitudes of 4,000-6,000 feet.

    Plan is as follows:

    CJQ6- Tanquary Fjord
    ELVS- General Tinker-Boots international
    GNOM- Gerome the Gnome aerodrome
    TNSL- Killer Whalen Jennings Municipal
    XMAS- Rudolf international

    Here is a flightplan .pln file for this flight... you will need this file to find your way around the North Pole.


    Click the link below to grab the required scenery and airport files from my onedrive:!AsFIlxhwmWg9gT5bNnY7oW_VJhc2

    Hope to see everyone for this Christmas special!

    Ho, Ho, Ho!
    Happy landings,
    December 21st, 2018 02:00 AM
    December 21st, 2018 04:30 AM
    North Pole
    Happy landings,

    Please visit my Onedrive here:

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    Here are the pics of this awesome flight and i want to wish you all and your families a very Merry Xmas and a Joyous New Year ...............


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