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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by DMM200 » 26 Dec 2009, 22:27

Heading to Verona from Tel Aviv as El Al 401 testing out some POSKY 777 wingviews (and trying to get them to work with the PSS panel).
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Post by Northwestdc9 » 27 Dec 2009, 02:39

Descending into the clouds on approach to Chicago O'Hare as United 531 from Boston in the A320. Expecting near whiteout conditions near the ground. Should be fun!

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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by a.trailblazer7 » 28 Dec 2009, 16:34

Doin CO1 KIAH-PHNL B767-400. Using REX Weather and FSPassengers (Christmas toys). What a mix if you run into rough turbulence. Those passengers don't like that :lol:
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Post by Northwestdc9 » 28 Dec 2009, 23:29

Mexicana 375, Mexico City-Caracas in the A320.
I have never had a longer takeoff roll or worse performance in an A32X than I just did. Pushing 10,000 feet of runway before barely making it into the air and climbing at about 1,000 FPM until passing 10,000 feet and 310 knots. YIKES! With those mountains. Pushing it!

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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by DMM200 » 29 Dec 2009, 05:52

En route TNT 014 Liege-Hong Kong in a 747-400ERF. My first flight with the freighter version of the wonderful PMDG 747. Then continuing the trip from Hong Kong over to Singapore as TNT 26, back to HK as 27, and then finally back to Liege as 15. Whew, I'll need some rest in Singapore...
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by RatherBFlyin » 31 Dec 2009, 23:55

Just arrived back in Zurich after a short hop to Klagenfurt with Crossair flights 426 & 427. Contemplating a long haul to Singapore next.

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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by sanins192 » 01 Jan 2010, 15:01

I've just arrived in Singapore. Looks like SIN is the place to be! I'll be heading off to Bahrain next with Concorde. I haven't flown her in a while so I'll need to brush up on the INS and supersonic procedures.
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by Northwestdc9 » 02 Jan 2010, 03:22

Heading back out across the Atlantic as Air Canada 857, Heathrow-Toronto in the 747-400 Combi. (October, 1999)
I miss Air Canada's 747s!
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by RatherBFlyin » 03 Jan 2010, 15:08

Arrived in Singapore last night (or early this morning, actually) after Singapore Airlines flight 341. A looong flight, so taking a much deserved break today before trying my first A380 flight to Sydney.

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Post by Northwestdc9 » 05 Jan 2010, 03:04

American 1165 Kennedy-Miami in the MD-11 LuxuryLiner! (Spring, 1994)
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by RatherBFlyin » 05 Jan 2010, 03:41

Just arrived in Sydney on SIA221. My first A380 flight.

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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by Northwestdc9 » 07 Jan 2010, 06:18

RONing in Atlanta after Delta 150 from Lima in the 777-200ER.
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by a.trailblazer7 » 12 Jan 2010, 14:12

Been chillin in ATL, gonna do DL 423 to San Juan next week. Daughter sick, playing doctor today
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by flybywire22 » 12 Jan 2010, 16:12

Heading back to back to Gatwick after Qantas 107, SYD-LAX in the PMDG 747-400, love this airplane :mrgreen:
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by sanins192 » 12 Jan 2010, 16:38

After realising that I have completely forgotten the procedures for flying Concorde, I will save that flight until I brush up on some skills, and have decided to head out to Keflavik with Icelandair. I plan on going down through America across into South America. I also plan on heading over to Tibet, to see if I can land on the 18,000 feet runway at Qamdo Bangda Airport, some 14,000 feet above sea level. I might also try and fly to Peru while I'm in South America.
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by flybywire22 » 12 Jan 2010, 20:50

If you're coming into South America Alex, may I suggest a flight to Quito, Ecuador. At 9,228ft it's always a good time :wink:
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by flybywire22 » 12 Jan 2010, 20:52

Just finished up BA 2155, EGKK-TBPB, with the 777.
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by Delta320 » 12 Jan 2010, 21:07

Cruising on BA207 EGLL-KMIA.
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by sanins192 » 12 Jan 2010, 22:13

flybywire22 wrote:If you're coming into South America Alex, may I suggest a flight to Quito, Ecuador. At 9,228ft it's always a good time :wink:
Sure! There's quite a lot of airports in Peru / Bolivia / Ecuador which are well above 9,000 feet. I'll have to work out which airports get the heaviest traffic.
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Post by Dennis » 13 Jan 2010, 02:19

The hills are alive with the sound of OS 602 arriving from DME into VIE.

Man...I needed to fly. After doing LHR-YYZ-SJU-ATL-LAX-SYD-SIN-DXB-DME-ALA-DME-VIE, I'm still not satisfied.
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