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Where are You on your Logbook

Post by Seattleground » 20 Jul 2007, 15:58

STOP!!!! Ok go to the last flight in your logbook that you submitted(most recent) and where are you sitting.

Im in Keflavik, Iceland

Where are you?
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Post by Martin the Warrior » 20 Jul 2007, 16:08

Charleston, SC, USA :D
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Post by thenetdude » 20 Jul 2007, 16:14

Detroit, MI

Though technically you aren't sitting there if you're already airborne/flying before you posted this so you are enroute to your next destination.
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Post by Seattleground » 20 Jul 2007, 16:30

No im there, im not flying today i have work in a little.
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Post by thenetdude » 20 Jul 2007, 16:34

well I'm not able to fly right now due to reinstalling FS, and working on someone's forum banner.
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Post by capewellavc » 20 Jul 2007, 16:45

Manchester, EN, UK. I just flew from JFK. I'm going to be sat here for a while until i get back from real life Florida.
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Post by madisonlover101 » 20 Jul 2007, 16:54

Toronto Pearson, Ontario Canada
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Post by Seattleground » 20 Jul 2007, 17:14

back from real life Florida.

Where in Florida?
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Post by CaseyD » 20 Jul 2007, 17:17

In my logbook I'm at Orlando MCO.

In the sim right now I'm at Chicago O'Hare.
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Post by capewellavc » 20 Jul 2007, 17:46

Seattleground wrote:
back from real life Florida.

Where in Florida?


Flying LHR-MIA

Spending a week in Orlando and a week in Fort Myers. Leaving tomorrow.
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Post by CaseyD » 20 Jul 2007, 17:48

Fair warning, it's pretty hot here right now! :lol:
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Post by capewellavc » 20 Jul 2007, 17:58

Good! We have had 2 months rain today and it was the wettest June on record. I can't remember what the sun looks like :? . The temperature is struggling to reach 15C. That's about 60 degrees in old money :lol:

I don't think I will mind.
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Post by CaseyD » 20 Jul 2007, 18:44

Then you'll you may enjoy it! It's about 90 here in Melbourne, but we're right next to the ocean so it stays 5+ degrees cooler than where Orlando is located. They're about an hour west of us.
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Post by Dennis » 20 Jul 2007, 19:52

I'm in Detroit. However, I'll magically be in SJU to start my round-the-world trip for the New Seven World Wonders.
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Post by CaseyD » 20 Jul 2007, 19:53

Dennis wrote:I'm in Detroit. However, I'll magically be in SJU to start my round-the-world trip for the New Seven World Wonders.


That's easy, just deadhead... :wink:
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Post by capewellavc » 20 Jul 2007, 19:59

CaseyD wrote:Then you'll you may enjoy it! It's about 90 here in Melbourne, but we're right next to the ocean so it stays 5+ degrees cooler than where Orlando is located. They're about an hour west of us.


Aha about the same distance I am from LHR! I'm in Fort Myers week 2, been there before and I love it. 35C sounds nice :D

That's easy, just deadhead...


aha yes! I love it! I hate discontinuity in my log book though :(
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Post by thenetdude » 20 Jul 2007, 20:02

capewellavc wrote:
CaseyD wrote:Then you'll you may enjoy it! It's about 90 here in Melbourne, but we're right next to the ocean so it stays 5+ degrees cooler than where Orlando is located. They're about an hour west of us.


Aha about the same distance I am from LHR! I'm in Fort Myers week 2, been there before and I love it. 35C sounds nice :D

That's easy, just deadhead...


aha yes! I love it! I hate discontinuity in my log book though :(


many real world pilots have plenty of discontinuity in their log books when they take jump flights or paid commericial flights.
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Post by CaseyD » 20 Jul 2007, 20:20

Commercial pilots are usually based out of one, or a very select few hubs. They don't fly around all over the world hopping from city to city. For instance you could fly 757s and 767s for United living in Orlando but be based out of JFK. You may fly JFK-SFO-JFK on 757-200s. Then deadhead on other airlines for your flights to and from JFK to MCO. Or JFK-Buenos Aires-JFK. But you would never, ever fly MCO-ORD-LHR-HKG-SFO-JFK-MCO...
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Post by thenetdude » 20 Jul 2007, 20:26

CaseyD wrote:Commercial pilots are usually based out of one, or a very select few hubs. They don't fly around all over the world hopping from city to city. For instance you could fly 757s and 767s for United living in Orlando but be based out of JFK. You may fly JFK-SFO-JFK on 757-200s. Then deadhead on other airlines for your flights to and from JFK to MCO. Or JFK-Buenos Aires-JFK. But you would never, ever fly MCO-ORD-LHR-HKG-SFO-JFK-MCO...


Not in one day, and if your hub happens to have schedules for those flights sure you would.
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Post by sanins192 » 20 Jul 2007, 20:27

Right now it is my first time in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN, but I just flew there from Keflavik quite ironically, as Alex of the Wigoda variety is now. (so many Alex's) :P

Can't wait to leave this shocking weather behind and go for my three weeks in Texas.

I see your doing the same plan as me Dennis to visit the seven wonders. I am currently putting together all of my flights that I have planned to the wonders which I think deserve to be wonders.
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