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This is an FSX-AdventureSky Flight---The expedition leaves from Lima, Peru to Nazca, land of the famous strange desert Lines where the expedition STOL plane is waiting. From here you will fly to the three most famous Inca statues still standing in mountains and jungles. These flights Are not Easy!!! You must use your map reading an navigation skills to reach these remote places. A real challenge for all. Will you find the old Gods now turned into stone???? Guaranteed to keep your eyes on the ball all the time you are in the Inca Skies...
Posted Aug 13, 2010 18:21 by Gera Godoy Canova
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You are the chief pilot of the South African Air Force Caravan 41 Squadron, based on AFB Swartkops in Pretoria. You have been given the task by the Chief of the Air Force (CAF) to assist in a public relations exercise with the US Navy, who have an aircraft carrier docked just outside Saldanha Bay in the Western Cape, South Africa. The admiral on board with a few high ranking officers are to be entertained during their visit at Naval Base Saldanha. You are cleared to fly to AFB Langebaanweg and plan a VFR flight to show off our beautiful Western Cape country side, you are cleared to fly at any altitude you feel necessary. After consulting with the local pilots on the base you have planned the following low level route, over 2 days, which was approved by the CAF.
Posted Aug 9, 2010 17:54 by Robbie Albers
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FSadventureSky FSX/FS9 Flight. Its raining in Managua and its hot, really hot and humid. Your Islander is ready and Jose, the mechanic, has finished placing new plugs on the little plane. Five women tourists are entering the craft so you finish the fried "Mojarra" your wife placed in your lunchbox, and looking at the beautiful Maria Ernesta, the Company only woman stewardess, you walk to the plane, Flight 559 to Puerto Cabezas is all set to fly....The Puerto Cabezas flight 449 will be early tomorrow to San Andres and then back to Managua....Yes sir, flying in Latin America is unique, so what are you waiting for, Fly Man...Fly!!
Posted Aug 7, 2010 00:47 by Gera Godoy Canova
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The Expedition continues toward the place where the Mysterious Statue is supposed to be. Dr. Lamont has just entered the Shorts twin engine aircraft, the rest of those going to Punta Gorda with him are already in their wicker chairs munching some dried meat as their early breakfast..." Gentlemen", says the Doctor. "This is one more step in our search for the Door to Atlantis, let me warn you all, that we are heading into the unknown and danger lurks every minute of this trek!...so if anyone wants to stay, please leave the aircraft now".....no one moved, except Jeanne Furvua, the 28 year old professor of ancient languages from the University of Luas, she started covering her lips with a bright red lipstick, all ten eyes plus two of the doctor stared at her....The little Shorts started its engines with a crack!!!!
Posted Jul 30, 2010 13:37 by Gera Godoy C
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For FSX and FS2004. Two decades of Cargo Flights in the land of the Incas, Peru. A cargo Route over the Andes in the 1950s with a Curtiss C-46 that will test your twin engine experience in some of the highest mountains in South America and a Turboprop Freight Route in the 1960s.Both routes will take the pilot to 21 destinations or to which ever he decides. You will fly all the way from the North to the South of this long country. Expect all kinds of weather in these mountain and tropical skies.
Posted Jul 25, 2010 20:32 by Gera Godoy Canova
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FSadventureSky True Life Flight---DC-6s and DC-7s flew for many years in Central and South America. Even in the early 80s the rumble of their engines could be heard late at night. This is a freight flight from Panama City, Panama to Bogota, Colombia in the early hours of the morning while thunderstorms rattle and dance within the tropical skies.
Posted Jul 22, 2010 17:09 by Gera Godoy Canova
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Dr. Jackes Lamont has, he thinks, discovered the biggest mystery of the 20th Century!!!! to find Atlantis, his research points out, the secret "Door" to it must be crossed!!!!!!...no time to waste! the expedition steams to Chilian waters with several aircraft......As pilot of this adventure you are about to embark in the most challenging flights of your life.......
Posted Jul 19, 2010 14:00 by Gera Godoy Canova
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Two years ago Iliana Fragatelli returned to Rome without her father who was lost looking for the cursed Crystal Skull Mountain. She and her pilot did find the last camp where the expedition had sent their last transmission but only two totally stunned members of her father's team were laying on the ground with no recollection of what had happened. Now after two years of very careful study of one of her father's maps she is sure that she will not only find the 'Crystal Skull Mountain' but her father two. In this last episode she and her pilot will face the curse of the skull and battle the elements flying high in the Chilean Andes.....will she be surprised at what she finds??? Will you wonder how you got into this mess?? (Recomend you fly Part I in order to understand what's going on in these high Mountains) New adventures in the making.....
Posted Jul 12, 2010 13:01 by Gera Godoy Canova
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Mission update.For the first anniversary of Roussillon Aéro Simulation a gliding challenge is open to all. The three best times will be abble to choose the addon of there choise available on the site. After you have done your run, do not forget to send the time you have done to www.roussillonaerosimulation.com so i can put your time on the score table. Good flight to all and have fun Mathieu.
Posted Jul 5, 2010 09:49 by Mathieu O'HARE
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Flying in the Andes during the 1920s and 30s was indeed as dangerous as bathing in a sea full of sharks. The sharks here were the Mountains, the changing weather, the hights and the lack of oxygen. Besides the pilots of the era were flying aircraft with rather small and not to powerful engines. This is a mission of the Air Mail Service in the southern tip of Chile around 1929.You will board your plane at Dawson Island where the Air Mail Reception Station 403 is located. All mail from Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires, Argentina is received here for local delivery. You will feel the cold wind on your face and battle the hights like so many aviators did with glory and finally return in your small Vickers biplane to a good cup of hot chocolate and rest. Tomorrow you fly again.
Posted Jul 2, 2010 11:11 by Gera Godoy Canova