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Calling all WWA pilots. You can now pick up your new schedule with new airfields in Tajikistan (3) and four International flights. This kit ends the tour in this country. Kit-03 will soon be available with further flights in areas where most airlines do not venture. These are "Pilot in Command" flights so co-pilots keep practicing!!!
Posted Mar 17, 2013 20:45 by Gera Godoy Canova
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WWAir is presently looking for pilots to fly all types of aircraft in remote areas of the world as well as many International Routes. There are many VAs who require all kinds of parameters for pilots as well as interminable rules and procedures. WWA is the airline that gives the pilot freedom of crazy rules and puts him in the most variable of flight situations. In this first "Kit" pilots who download it will automatically become part of the airline and start flying right away in one of the most out of the way routes in Tajikistan!!. We will suggest aircraft but actually you can fly anyone you have!!!. There is also the airline's website where you can download "special" kits (soon). So come on into our unique group of really dangerous and exciting flights now, don't wait one more minute!!!
Posted Mar 11, 2013 02:25 by Gera Godoy Canova
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This is a quick mission I tried to make today based on a suggestion so it is not really my work. Anyway hope it kinda works and is not too bad. It is a basic simlated IFR departure. You can use the autopilot as you wish or not. Many thanks, Pierre.
Posted Feb 4, 2013 19:51 by Pierre G. Shlimon
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Hi! A very over-simplified version of the famous Funchal curved visual landing to runway 05. It is hard enough in flightsim so I have no idea how the real pilots do it! Many thanks, Pierre
Posted Jan 30, 2013 15:35 by Pierre G. Shlimon
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Hi, This is more a mission to test patience rather than skill! Fly a Cessna 172 with G1000 from a military field in the outskirts of Auckland, New Zealand, up to the Bay of Islands. Have a look around if you like and then land at Kerikeri airport. It's a beautiful summers day and you have heard of a good hot springs up there where you might head to later.
Posted Jan 30, 2013 08:22 by Pierre G. Shlimon
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Revive the history aboard the Covered Wagon USS Langley (the first aircraft carrier of the US navy). On Oct. 17, 1922 Lieut. V.C. Griffin, in a Vought VE-7SF, took off from the USS Langley at anchor in the York River, Virginia, making the first take-off from an aircraft carrier.Took off from USS Langley at anchor in the York River, (Virginia) and land at Norfolk, (Virginia) where the plane will be loaded on to the Langley after the mission done. On 26 October 1922, Lieutenant Commander Godfrey de Chevalier, USN, flew his Aeromarine 39-B on to the flight deck of the United States Navy's first aircraft carrier, USS Langley (CV-1), while cruising off Cape Henry, Virginia.Chevalier had launched from the Navy's Yorktown Naval Aviation Field at Yorktown, Virginia. Took off from Navy Yorktown Naval Aviation Field, (Virginia) (The first naval air station in the mid-Atlantic region) and land on to the first US Navy aircraft carrier USS Langley while cruising off Cape Henry, VirginiaBe carefull of the fog and wind in this tempered region of Virginia Good luck !
Posted Jan 22, 2013 11:15 by Ronald Dandurand