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    Mt Isa Remote Strips

    Hi all, To go with Flukey's great Mt Isa scenery, I am putting together 21 basic remote strips around Mt Isa to fly to. These will be released a package for download. Below are a few images. I was taking a break from scenery but I was convinced to do these....no names mentioned Bruce
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    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A Wings of Silver Lockheed L-049 Constellation. It shows USAAF C-121A 48-609, which was c/n 2601, one of the first batch of Constellation L-749's that went to the USAF as C-121's. 48-609 was delivered to the USAF MATS Atlantic Division on the 18th of January 1949. Her first assigment was to fly supplies in support of the air bridge to berlin, between Westover AFB and Frankfurt Rhein-Main. She was later converted to VC-121, with a luxury interior, flying VIPs all over the world.She was retired in 1968. She was bought by Christler Flying Service, registered as N9464 and converted for agricultural spraying. She later flew with Beaver Air Spray and Conifair as G-GXKO. In 1984, she was sold to John TRavolta for $150.000 and registered N494TW and stored at Santa Barbara. She was sold to Vern Raburn in 1987, who restored her and painted her in the scheme of this repaint. She was sold to United Technologies in 2005, who donated her to Korean Air. She is currently on static display at Jeju Island, Korea, painted in Air Korea colors. Two of her engines were used to make N749NL, the Constellation of the Aviodrome in the Netherlands fly again. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by A2A.
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    Europe :: A2A Lockheed Constellation G-AHEL

    View File A2A Lockheed Constellation G-AHEL This folder contains a repaint for the A2A Wings of Silver Lockheed L-049 Constellation. It shows L-049 c/n 1977 G-AHEL as it looked in 1963, just after being offered for sale by Trans European. This Constellation was built for USAAF but was not taken up, registered NC90604 and converted by LAS New York, NY for BOAC, registered G-AHEL 'Bangor', starting service by 4 July 1946. It was sold to Capital Airlines on 28 January 1955, becoming N2736A. Stored by December 1960. Bought from Capital Airlines in 1961 and delivered ex Montreal via Gander to Hurn 24 March 1961. Sold to Trans European 13 July 1961 and operated for Falcon Airways from July to August 1961. Sold to Euravia (London) 23 May 1963. Sold to Britair East Africa, owned by Captain Kozubski and operated for flights between Europe and Nairobi. G-AHEL was flown to Shannon, Ireland in May 1966 and broken up in 1968. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by A2A. Submitter jankees Submitted 03/24/2017 Category Europe  
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    Looking for someone to do a small PR for me

    I am doing 18 21 remote strips in and around Mt Isa. If you can wait a week or two, I will have the scenery up for download.....The mine is included. May save someone just doing the mine only. Think I just divulged my next project
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    Pacific :: Justflight HS748 REX Airlines VH-NRX

    All good on my end! Thanks for the great paints Matt!
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    [MAP] Manly ACT THREE

    Tough break mate. Take the time you need. It'll all come out in the wash...
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    [MAP] Manly ACT THREE

    So to put that in another way... SYDNEY BUSES - BROOKVALE DEPOT 130 - Pumpkin Bus 131 - Manly to Manly Night Loop via Balgowlah and North Balgowlah E32 - Manly Wharf to Balgowlah Heights 132 - Manly Wharf to Warringah Mall via Balgowlah Heights and North Balgowlah E35 - Manly Wharf to Manly Vale EXPRESS 135 - Warringah Mall to North Head via Manly and Quarantine Station. E36 - Manly Wharf to Burilla Ave via fReshwater EXPRESS 136 - Manly Wharf to Frenchs Forest via Dee Why and Narraweena 139 - Manly Whrf to Warringah Mall via South Curl Curl E41 - Manly Wharf to North Balgowlah EXPRESS 142 - Manly Wharf to Skyline Shops via Allambie Heights 143 - Manly Wharf to RNSH 144 - Manly Wharf to Gore Hill TRUNCATED 145 - Warringah Mall to Seaforth Bluff via Manly Vale West E50 - Manly to Milsons Point 151 - Dee Why to Wynyard via Manly 155 - Manly Wharf to Dee Why Shops via Pittwater Rd 159 - Manly Wharf to Dee Why Grand via Wingala E65 - Wynyard to South Curl Curl EXPRESS E66 - Wynyard to Skyline Shops EXPRESS E68 - Wynyard to North Balgowlah EXPRESS 168 - Wynyard to North Balgowlah E69 - Wynyard to Manly Wharf via Frenchs Forest and Narraweena EXPRESS 169 - Wynyard to Manly Wharf via Frenchs Forest and Narraweena E70 - Wynayrd to Manly Wharf via Balgowlah EXPRESS E71 - Wynyard to Manly via Balgowlah Heights EXPRESS 171 - Wynyard to Manly via Balgowlah Heights 173 - Narraweena to Milsons Point 175 - Milsons Point to Warringah Mall E76 - Wynyard to Dee Why Beach EXPRESS 176 - Wynyard to Dee Why Beach E77 - Wynyard to Dee Why L78 - Wynyard to Dee Why LIMITED STOPS E78 - Wynyard to Cromer Heights EXPRESS 178 - Wynyard to Cromer Heights SYDNEY BUSES - NORTH SYDNEY DEPOT 227 - Mosman Junction to Milsons Point 230 - Mosman Wharf to Milsons Point 236 - Mosman South Wharf to Spit Junction 238 - Taronga Zoo to Balmoral 244 - Wynyard to Chowder Bay 245 - Wynayrd to Balmoral Beach 246 - Wynyard to Spit Junction 247 - Wynyard to Taronga Zoo 248 - The Spit to Wynyard 257 - Balmoral to Crows Nest TRUNCATED M20 - Wynyard to Gore Hill - Reserve Rd M30 - Wynyard to Spit Junction FOREST ROUTES L70 - Forestway Shopping Centre to Terrey Hills LIMITED STOPS TRUNCATED 270 - Forestway Shopping Centre to Terrey Hills TRUNCATED 280 - Warringah Mall to Forestway Shopping Centre TRUNCATED Other Forest routes to be confirmed... So that makes it 50 routes @bear76 I hope this doesn't look too scary Chances are that I've missed a couple...
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    Justflight HS748 REX Airlines VH-NRX

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    Textures for the payware HS748 by Justflight depicting VH-NRX from REX Airlines. VH-NRX lost its STBD prop mid flight over Western Sydney 17 March 2017, NRX was able to land back at YSSY safely with one engine.
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    I still miss Ansett, loved their design .. loved them as an airline, great paint Matt as usual