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Posted Thursday, January 20, 2011 8:26:19 AM
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Hello- My pilot name is (FLAWLESSPAUL) and I am very fasinated with flight and airplanes.. Ofcourse I'm still trying to learn how to figure out alot of the technical aspects of flying an aircraft.. I've been enjoying flight-simming for about five years now and have a new found passion for flying.

I hope someday to earn a real world recreational pilot license after taking lessons.

Microsoft (FSX) has introduced me to the beauty and freedom of flight and if I ever learn how to do it right in a real aircraft I think I'll make a fine pilot.

I think a person has to have passion and respect for flying in order to really understand it.. I have both in abundance.

Sometimes I find myself wishing that I had of known about flying when I was a child growing up in San Francisco, California. (USA).

I would've no doubt pursued a career in aviation.

I used to sit by the southside of the bay near Candlestick park back in the day and watch airplanes come and go to (KSFO).

The aircracft that amazed me the most were the huge behemoth 747-400 coming in from another part of the world .

I know it may sound a little stange but when that beautiful 747 gracefully touches down flawlessly everytime I would almost have sort of an erotic feeling.. (LOL). Please don't take that the wrong way.. It's just how beautiful the experience is for me.

I now live in Saint Louis, MO. (USA) and don't see many 747s land at Lambert (KSTL).. In fact I've never seen a 747 land at (KSTL).

I think maybe Airforce 1 with the US President has landed there a few times but I never saw that.

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Posted Monday, November 28, 2011 6:23:11 PM
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Aloha nui loa from Maui Hawaii. Been here eight years and loving it. Looking hard at seventy one now and wondering where the time went. Flying FXS for about three years now. Big on helicopters but enjoy fixed wing also. Built simpit for rotary wing. Have kids in Texas and Florida, both want to come and live on Maui. Home on Maui is in Kahului about two miles from the main airport.
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Posted Thursday, March 01, 2012 12:57:17 PM


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Ole!

Jim Plaisted

Aurora CO 80014

flight sim enthusiast since 1999. No wife, no kids. Actual flight times  = 4 touch and goes in a Cessna 172. Lots of fun. Two landings in a CRJ700 full motion simulator.

You may be only a virtual pilot, but I REALLY respect your skills. Any ideas on how I can avoid "sickening changes in g forces?" Thanks

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Posted Thursday, March 01, 2012 2:42:09 PM


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Hi there, and thank you for the kind words...

Sickening changes in Geforce! it caused by you making too big adjustments on the controls. Does Smith say anything about your bank being too steep or that you are pitching up or down too much? This will lead to the g-forces problems, so what you need to do is to make smaller corrections. What do you fly with? Yoke, joystick or keyboard?

Anyway, the tiniest input and then wait a little while to see the result of your effort, and then, if needed, more small corrections. Plan ahead, so you are on top of the situation, and can change altitude, speed or heading ever so slightly. Slow and easy does it.

If I am way off here, and its something else, then please ask again... and please let me know in any case. Its always nice to hear how things go - also when it goes fine.


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Ole Andreasen, Denmark

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Posted Thursday, March 07, 2013 7:39:54 AM


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I'm Paul. I'm 45 and live close enough to final for Rwy24 of EGPH (Edinburgh) to watch the gear drop as the aircraft come in to land.
I've been writing software commercially since I was 15 although these days, I concentrate on other ways of making money (voice-over recording and language-coaching) as I am utterly sick of fighting with the unreliable, bloated Mickey-Mouse garbage that is passed off as an operating system.
I've always loved aircraft and hope one day to get the chance to take the controls of a real plane... Just as long as it's not a Cessna 172 (or similar), they are my least favourite aircraft. I dream of touring the world in search of Cessnas in order to fill their wing-tanks with concrete.

I love science, especially physics and medicine. I might be loosely described as a musician.

... and I'm barking mad.

Paul..
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Posted Sunday, April 21, 2013 5:06:06 PM


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Name: Bob Anderson
Location: L26

Trying out the Demo mode for X-Plane 10.21. Gotta love the kids in the back seat. "Are we there yet? I want some Ice Cream" I Really do enjoy FS Flying School. Awesome job!!

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Posted Thursday, April 25, 2013 6:20:18 AM


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Hi Bob:

Many thanks for your kind words!

Some folks object in the strongest possible terms to the stowaway child, but others love her dearly.

The voice is optional anyway...

Glad you like flying with us!



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