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  • Remote Locations Tour

    Welcome to a social distancing flight. Be sure to fly at least 6 feet from other aircraft.

    This is a VFR flight. We will be flying mainly by hand following the route as a guide.
    The main goal of these flights is to enjoy the scenery.


    Multiplayer Platform

    MSFS 2020



    Flight Plan

    HBBO - Kirundo
    HTNR - Ngara
    HTBG - Ibanda
    HUKB - Kabale
    HUMA - Mbarara

    Approximation of Flight Route.





    Cruise Speed

    110-140KIAS



    Altitude

    We'll try to remain reasonably close to the terrain.


    Aircraft

    Choose a single engine aircraft that can maintain 120 KIAS with reasonably short landing and take-off capabilities.
    I will be flying a Cessna 208 Caravan.


    Weather

    Default Microsoft provided weather.




    Time Sync

    Set sim time to 13:00 PM local time. (Real Time)
    *Time Sync is not a requirement
    Starts
    October 20, 2020 01:00 AM
    Ends
    October 20, 2020 03:00 AM
    Last edited by Karl; October 18, 2020, 08:33 PM.

  • #2
    I am not necessarily suggesting for a flight, but based on the suggestion, for South America, I think of the famous and important Panama Canal and relevant areas south of there(of which are unknown to me). Maybe a good time to learn. Otherwise, can't wait! Thanks for stepping up Karl!

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    • #3
      The Eye of the Sahara (Africa) and the Yanacocha gold mine (Peru) might be worth checking out, not sure how accessible they are though or if there is anything else near them worth checking out.
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      • #4
        Some of these landings could be interesting. The strips are not the best as far as depiction in the sim goes.

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        • #5
          Hmmm; it does make things interesting, landing something the width of a wing-span onto something the width of a wing-rib!
          Take the time, a second to soar; for soon after, beckons a second more.

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