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Posted Monday, November 01, 2010 11:26:12 AM


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Its time to begin.



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Posted Saturday, July 02, 2011 4:10:32 PM


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My Scorecard

Fligth nr.DateAircraftDepart airportArrival airportDest. AirportDistanceLanding scoreFlight scoreAverage scoreAccumul. AverageNotes
1July 2. 2011CometLIRALATITirana 114.45140.32127.39127.39 
2July 2. 2011Twin OtterLATILWSKSkopje 91.90122.42107.16117.27 
3July 2. 2011BN-2 IslanderLWSKLBSFSofia 72.70102.0287.36107.30 
4July 2. 2011Boeing 737LBSFLYBEBelgrade 22.20135.7778.99100.22Just a bad call
5July 2. 2011Boeing 737LYBELQSASarajevo 23.3682.5752.9790.77Autopilot used, broke left main wheel on landing.
6July 3. 2011Learjet 45LQSALDZAZagreb 0.000.000.0075.64Crashed on runway. Nose down
7July 4. 2011Seneca IILDZALJLJLjubliana 79.75107.8693.8178.24 
8July 5. 2011CometLJLJLOWWVienna 113.04132.59122.8283.81 
9July 6. 2011CometLOWWLKPRPrague 32.95135.0984.0283.83Wind, blew me off, and I screwed up.
10July 6. 2011Boeing 737LKPREPWAWarzaw 105.25144.13124.6987.92 
11July 7. 2011Boeing 737EPWALZIBBratislava 128.65137.23132.9492.01this score warms heart
12July 7. 2011Twin OtterLZIBLHBPBudapest 100.50112.12106.3193.20 
13July 7. 2011Boeing 747LHBPLROPBucharest 45.85158.97102.4193.91Darn… Fiddled with settings - forgot autothrottle
14July 13. 2011Quest KodiakLROPLUKKChisinau 108.04113.83110.9495.13Splendid Landing - Smooth Flight
15July 13. 2011Boeing 747LUKKUKBBKiev 147.00160.38153.6999.03YES!
16July 14. 2011 Boeing 747UKBBUMMSMinsk 133.19150.50141.85101.71I LOVE the 747
17July 14. 2011 Boeing 737UMMSEYVIVilnius 43.54137.9590.75101.06And It´s offical. I HATE the ´737
18July 14. 2011 Boeing 737EYVIEVRARiga 124.35138.50131.43102.75More like it. 
19July 15. 2011 Beechcraft DukeEVRAEETNTalinn 75.34100.9388.14101.98Duke… We are no friends anymore…
20July 16. 2011DC-3EETNUUDDMoscow 54.70123.9589.33101.35tsk…. Bad bad bad landingscore
21Oktober 7. 2011Boeing 737UUDDULLISt. Petersborg 33.85137.1885.52100.59#"#¤%&/#¤/%
22Oktober 8. 2011Boeing 737ULLIEFHKHelsinki 114.30145.11129.71101.92No ILS - HELPS
23Oktober 8. 2011Boeing 737EFHKESSAStockholm 109.85145.61127.73103.04No ILS - HELPS
24Oktober 8. 2011Boeing 737ESSAENGMOlso 41.79137.1989.49102.47Had ILS turned on - got "visual landing" shit
25Oktober 9. 2011Boeing 737ENGMEKCHCopenhagen 107.70141.10124.40103.35Electricical failure… still landed ok
26Oktober 9. 2011Boeing 737EKCHEHAMAmsterdam 33.64131.9782.81102.56Did go around - waste of time. Smith got confused
27Oktober 9. 2011CometEHAMEBBRBrussels 116.65135.94126.30103.44Oh like the Comet - Handles nicely
28Oktober 9. 2011DC-3EBBREDDFFrankfurt 97.35128.57112.96103.78Just flight´s DC-3 that is. Not a perfect landing though…
29Oktober 9. 2011DC-3EDDFEDDPLeipzig/Halle 121.88132.95127.42104.60A LOT better. Me approve.
30Oktober 10. 2011CometEDDPLOWIInnsbruck 117.65138.24127.95105.37And another double-triple digits… Ye-haaw
31Oktober 10. 2011Boeing 737LOWILSZHZurich 124.15142.61133.38106.28Smooooth
32Oktober 10. 2011Boeing 747LSZHLFMNNice/Cote d´azur 143.65167.07155.36107.81My highest flightscore - EVER…
33Oktober 10. 2011Boeing 737LFMNLEBLBarcelona26853.74121.5587.65107.20Down to earth again. Sigh . Shitty landing
34Oktober 11. 2011CometLEBLLEMDMadrid260110.48120.89115.69107.45Comet - nice aircraft. Consistent scores. 
35Oktober 11. 2011CometLEMDLPPTLisbon276112.35133.49122.92107.89Darn near the same. Me Like.
36Oktober 11. 2011Boeing 747LPPTLFBDBordeaux522140.44162.25151.35109.10And another MAJOR flight.
37Oktober 12. 2011Quest KodiakLFBDLFPOOrly26671.58102.8887.23108.51Needed a smaller aircraft. 
38Oktober 12. 2011Quest KodiakLFPOEGKKLondon17693.89114.51104.20108.39And one more - aah!
39Oktober 12. 2011CometEGKKEIDWDublin261119.95129.93124.94108.82Whoa… Wrong flightplan. Saved by the bell 10 miles out.
40Oktober 12. 2011Twin OtterEIDWEGACBelfast7357.1098.2077.65108.0430 knots crosswind. Im glad I got down in one piece at all…
41Oktober 12. 2011Quest KodiakEGACEGPFGlasgow9030.0088.5459.27106.85Stall, only just recovered. EVERYthing went wrong on this flight.
42Oktober 12. 2011CometEGPFEKVGVagar38233.45138.4985.97106.35"% #&"#&. Installed new VAGAR scenery. Forgot to update FSFS - sigh!
43Oktober 12. 2011Boeing 747EKVGBIRKReykjavik416137.00165.87151.44107.40Landed too hard…. Still average 151.44. Thank you!


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Post #8906
Posted Sunday, July 03, 2011 8:33:56 AM


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Ah the thrill of getting underway again. Three years since the last WWT began. Where did the time fly? I don´t know, but I know I didn´t fly along.

Rome, the Capitol of my favorite vacation country. The best venue for a beginning of a world wide tour. Let the competition (for this IS a competition, where I need to beat the s*** out of Joe (again...)) begin!

  
Oh My proud Comet, ready to take me on the first leg of flight.                                               And here we are, ready for departure. Tower? Can we go? Thank you!

 
A great wingshot Mr. Mitchell. You have a great predecessor, so keep up the good work                 And so we are inbound for landing. All´s a go. Let´s take her down.

 
Excellent Mitch. We can´t fail here. Joe will be s*** out of luck from day one.. Ha ha                       Wonder if it is Joe in that Learjet Mitch.. What do you think?

OK Mitch. Our first serious thing.... The verdict. Please hit me.

WWTII - Ole piloting JF_DH_Comet4cC ended Saturday, July 02, 2011 at 14:43
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Using: FSX
Visibility: 49.71 Miles     Wind: 6 Knots

Aircraft: DEHAVILLAND ID: G-BDIX Airline: DanAir Flight: 109
Flight plan: LIRA TO LATI Tirana:Tirana NAV1: 
Failure(s): None at landing
Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None
Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:01 Hours 03 Mins 47 Secs

Landing Score:114.45


Landing included the following problems:

  • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [40%]
  • Poor alignment with runway on visual approach - line up and stay there. [0%]

Definite room for improvement...


Flight Score:140.32

Flight included the following problems:

  • Airspeed too low - you are risking stalls.
    Definite room for improvement... 

 Fair enough Mitch.... An OK start. Lets keep the three digits shall we?

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Post #8911
Posted Sunday, July 03, 2011 10:47:53 AM


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Alright... Leg two.

Change of aircraft. This is a short hop, so Mitch and I settled for the Twin Otter.

 
Yeti airlines. Reminds me of my time in the Lukla special airtask. Did I tell you that Mitch?            Well it was a little like the pony express in the USA, only faster... LOL

 
Soo Off we go. Did you remember to get clearence Mitch? - NO? What? Look here Mitch                    Radiocommunication is YOUR job OK?

 
So will you get...? Ah never mind, Ill do it myself. Tower Please let us down, please?                   Touchdown! Good work still. Thanks Mitch, Please rate me.

No doubt that scores will be lower this time. Aircraft is smaller and slower, but Mitch - what do you say?

WWTII - Ole piloting de Havilland Canadian Twin Otter YA ended Saturday, July 02, 2011 at 17:06
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Using: FSX
Visibility: 62.14 Miles     Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: DeHavilland ID: 9N-AET Airline: Flight: 
Flight plan: LATI TO LWSK Skopje:Skopje NAV1: MSK
Failure(s): None at landing
Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None
Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 42 Mins 02 Secs

Landing Score:91.90

Landing included the following problems:

  • Violently pitched down at touchdown.

Definite room for improvement...

Flight Score:122.42

A smooth flight!

Hm... I said three digits Mitch...

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Post #8916
Posted Sunday, July 03, 2011 11:21:44 AM


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Leg three...

Once again, a change of planes. I want to try different aircraft to see what suits me better. So this time its the BN-2 Islander we fly in.

 
OK Please don´t tell anyone Mitch, but I stole a Shetland Guard aircraft. Left the Otter with them                          Good that we got up. Im sure they have discovered by now.

 
short hop... Lots of those right now. Lets see, runway dead ahead. Lets get her down.                                    Neat huh Mitch? Now, where are we going to find a space here. place is full.

 
HEY - get your fat butt away. I have the right of way!                                                                           Right there Mitch! To the left. After the B737. Lets get over there before its taken.

And so my friend (still) What say you?

WWTII - Ole piloting Islander 07 ended Saturday, July 02, 2011 at 21:30
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Using: FSX
Visibility: 62.14 Miles     Wind: 5 Knots

Aircraft: BRITTENNORMAN ID: G-SICB Airline: Shetland Flight: 
Flight plan: LWSK TO LBSF Sofia:Sofia NAV1: ISF
Failure(s): None at landing
Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None
Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 50 Mins 28 Secs

Landing Score:72.70

Landing included the following problems:

  • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [40%]
  • Violently pitched down at touchdown.

Definite room for improvement...

Flight Score:102.02

Flight included the following problems:

  • Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.
  • Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

Definite room for improvement...

Mitch... for the love of God. 72 points? Come on!

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Post #8917
Posted Sunday, July 03, 2011 11:28:45 AM


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Ok Leg 4...

After the very limited succes of the Britten Normann, I wanted to use an old trusted aircraft, So I plucked a Boeing 737 for leg 4. Teach you a lesson Mitch.

 
OK. new and shiny aircraft. Nice huh Mitch? Now I´ll show you a thing or two...                                       Pretty nice take-off right Mitch? Gear up? Check. We are in the pipe.

 
Sun is setting. Would you please give me my sunglasses from the flightbag behind your chair?                    Thank you Mitch. Now look. Sun AND moon, and US in the middle. Nice shot Mitch

 
OK daylight´s waisting. Let´s not do the same. runway coming up to the left.                                          Aaaand - Touchdown! On the stripe my friend. I told you, didn´t I? I told you!

WWTII - Ole piloting Boeing 737-800 Paint6 ended Saturday, July 02, 2011 at 23:30
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Using: FSX
Visibility: 62.14 Miles     Wind: 2 Knots

Aircraft: BOEING ID: N737T Airline: Flight: 
Flight plan: LBSF TO LYBE Belgrade:Belgrade NAV1: YBE
Failure(s): None at landing
Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None
Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 35 Mins 24 Secs

Landing Score:22.20

Landing included the following problems:

  • Poor glideslope on ILS approach - you can do better. [20%]
  • Too fast - you had to force the plane to stay down. [173 KIAS]

Definite room for improvement...

Flight Score:135.77

Flight included the following problems:

  • Exceeding flap speeds - your flaps may be damaged: have them checked.
  • Rapid descent - dangerous and uncomfortable.

Definite room for improvement...

This landing was actually quite good, so I resent the hell out of that Mitch. Would you please explain to me, what the heck you are doing to me? You are THIS close to being thrown home already, you talentless man. Or did Joe pay you off on this one? Huh?

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Post #8918
Posted Sunday, July 03, 2011 11:34:41 AM


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Leg 5

No way Mitch. NO WAY! I´m taking on more ride in the B737, to prove to you, and everyone else, that this is an aircraft I master to perfection. Lets go man.

 
Ill show you my x-friend. that landing score was SO unfair. Ill show you.                                                           OK time to shake the last flight, Im on top of things.

 
Off we go. It´s a beautiful day - let´s not waste that feeling - Please?                                            Darn seagulls. See that birdshit man? Now... wipers... OH there. thank you.

 
Great. Another excellent shot Mitch. You can really work a camera.  Now lets find the runway.              OH bugger. Nose down. I broke the left main gear. I guess that was that.

WWTII - Ole piloting Boeing 737-800 Paint6 ended Sunday, July 03, 2011 at 00:37
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Using: FSX
Visibility: 5.00 Miles     Wind: 16 Knots

Aircraft: BOEING ID: N737T Airline: Flight: 
Flight plan: LYBE TO LQSA Sarajevo:Sarajevo NAV1: 
Failure(s): None at landing
Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None
Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 40 Mins 59 Secs

Landing Score:23.36
Autopilot used.

Landing included the following problems:

  • Poor glideslope on visual approach - you can do better. [30%]
  • Too hard - may have damaged your landing gear. [705 FPM]
  • Too fast - you had to force the plane to stay down. [175 KIAS]
  • Wings not level - danger of clipping the ground or damaging your gear.
  • Poor steering after landing - stay on the centre line.

Definite room for improvement...

Flight Score:82.57
Autopilot used.

Flight included the following problems:

  • Dangerous taxiing turns - these cause discomfort and stress.
  • Wings not level near ground - danger of clipping a wing.
  • Airspeed too low - you are risking stalls.
  • Rapid descent - dangerous and uncomfortable.
  • Narrowly missed tail strike - watch your pitch: this could have been bad.
  • Flaps not down on time - plan your landing next time.

Definite room for improvement...

Blush.... I´m so embarresed. This flight was a disaster, and to top it, I crashed it upon landing. I guess I owe you thanks for not treating this as a crash. Instead of an average of zero, I got an average of 53. So apologies and thanks Mitch. My bad...

Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark

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Posted Wednesday, July 06, 2011 2:21:24 AM


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Leg 6. (Sarajevo to Zagreb)

(I cannot take anymore of this - Please let me do better - Please!)

I am desperate, so in order to redeem myself, I picked  - almost at random - the LearJet for leg 6. After the disasters in the Boeing, I need to trade down a bit, so lets see what we can do.

 
Preparing the instrumentssettings in the Lear, for this epic journey.                                                  So proud the aircraft (still) looks - sigh!

 
Well up, and underway, Looking good so far Mitch, what do you say? Got a bad feeling about this? Come on...                     See a small airport below, no panic Mitch, its not ours. Now lets see..... left turn to 45 degrees.

And then we approached, and descended. Made a great final, and then in order to get down before we ran out of runway - I pressed the aircraft down, hitting with nosewheel first - and crashed the Lear. We were lucky to walk away with only minor fleshwounds. That will teach me to choose an aircraft painted in black and blue - the colour of bruises.

No need for a verdict here Mitch. Its a swift double zero.

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Posted Wednesday, July 06, 2011 3:10:50 AM


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Leg 7 - Zagreb to Ljubliana...

Oh what am I going to do? How am I going to get out of this bad spell?

I guess there is only one way - back on the horse and off we go. Still better than 270 flights left, so what are you whining about? Sure thing Mitch. Just tell me off.

Soren Kierkegaard (Danish philosopher) once said that if you don´t succed in something, you simply have to try again, and again, and again, until you get it right. So Mitch and I crawled into an even smaller thing. The Piper Seneca II. Back to piston.

Wham (English POP group once sang - "If you gonna do it, do it right!" and this is the plan now.

Lets rock and roll.

 
I have always loved the shape of the Seneca. B-E-A-utiful aircraft. I have a GOOD feeling abot this Mitch.               Up and away, so far so good.
 
Ok weather for a flight. No Sun to distract us.                                                                                  And look, we are on the path here. Still no errors. Great.
 
Aah... down safe. One aircraft still in one piece. That was good.                                                          Hey look Mitch. They repaired the Lear -and repainted her. Good times are back. I can feel it.

WWTII - Ole piloting PA-34 SENECA II GREEN FOREST ended Monday, July 04, 2011 at 01:28
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Using: FSX
Visibility: 49.71 Miles     Wind: 1 Knots

Aircraft: Piper ID: DGVBS Airline: Flight: 
Flight plan: LDZA TO LJLJ Ljubljana:Ljubljana NAV1: LJB
Failure(s): None at landing
Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None
Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 30 Mins 18 Secs

Landing Score:79.75 (For once anything over 50 is a relief - Thank you Mitch)

Landing included the following problems:

  • Poor glideslope on ILS approach - you can do better. [30%]

Definite room for improvement...

Flight Score:107.86 (And triple digits here. Im almost in tears... )

Flight included the following problems:

  • Nose held too low - we're not in combat.

Definite room for improvement...

Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark

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Posted Wednesday, July 06, 2011 3:22:21 AM


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Leg 8. Ljubliana to Vienna.

Going to Vienna. I prefer Vienna in the winter - good skiresort, but hey, its great in the summer too, so bring it on. You ready for scenic views Mitch? Great. What should we fly in today? The Comet? You sure we can handle that? Well God hates a coward. Im game.

 
My oh my, a few more buttons than the Seneca, but hey, we flew this before. Checklist please!          And Hi-ho-Silver - awaaaaayyyyyyy
 
Did you know that the Comet was the first passenger Jet- airliner in Britan Mitch? It´s true.                It was famous for its many crashed in the beginning, but they got it straightend up, and we got a later model.. LOL
 
Vienna dead ahead. Lets nail this one, shall we?                                                                                 YES! We did it. Not perfect, but hey... we are down, and safe, and Im a happy dude.

I know we had a throttle problem up there, and a stall to go with it, but we recovered in seconds, so hit me Mitch...

WWTII - Ole piloting JF_DH_Comet4cC ended Monday, July 04, 2011 at 23:53
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Using: FSX
Visibility: 62.14 Miles     Wind: 0 Knots

Aircraft: DEHAVILLAND ID: G-BDIX Airline: DanAir Flight: 109
Flight plan: LJLJ TO LOWW Vienna:Schwechat NAV1: OEN
Failure(s): None at landing
Failure Event(s) (Zulu Time): None
Failure Bonus:0% Flight Duration:00 Hours 34 Mins 53 Secs

Landing Score:113.04 (I - well I think, I deserved more...)

Landing included the following problems:

  • Poor glideslope on ILS approach - you can do better. [0%]
  • Without spoilers armed - arm them before landing.

Definite room for improvement...

Flight Score:132.59 (OK - I gess. More later)

Flight included the following problems:

  • Dangerous stalls - don't let that happen again.

Definite room for improvement...


Regards
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