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Started by FredK, January 19, 2021, 03:47:23 PM

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bernard S

Fred if such an undertaking was to take place i agree 2 minimum but alas should i venture down this road it is certain death

RayS

An observation was made in this thread that pretty much everyone is flying a 737.

There's nothing wrong with that, at all. I decided to build something unique. I already had the Carenado B1900 so that's the direction I went and it's been a gratifying experience.

However, with online and multiplayer events becoming the norm with the release of 2020, I find myself in a bind. I'm too fast to multi with the C-172s, the Pitts, and the recreational aircraft, yet too slow to join in on the fun when a group of Airbus/Boeing drivers get online for multi-player.

There's a happy medium with VATSIM though.. I flew in Last Friday's FNO event and it was a blast. I filed as a /S (Should have been a /A instead).

ATC already had their hands full with dozens of tube liners heading into the focus field, then here *I* come, low and slow and no RNAV capability.

It was great fun, but I still long for a 737 or something.

Maybe I'll build a bigger garage!
Ray Sotkiewicz

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