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  1. This needs to be said

    What they said!!!
  2. Twin prop engine passenger aircraft required

    Only problem with the D18S is it only seats 8 which is a bit smaller than your requirments. B-1900 is closer with 19 passenger load.
  3. vh-eee, this thread is from 2013 and really isn't relevant due to passage of time. The 'team' and guidelines mentioned herein have probably been through several different changes after 3 1/2 years.
  4. Perth YPPH

    George, Thanks for getting back to us on events. Having recently "lost everything" myself I can sympathize with your problems. Major PITA to D/L and re-install so much scenery but it happens.
  5. Perth YPPH

    5 month since he hoped to release it "by this weekend" appears to be 'vaporware'
  6. Fantastic Forster - Wallis Island Scenery

    Teecee, the thread is 7 years old and OZx is at version 3.5 with libraries v 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 to have an up to date OZx install.
  7. jae kays birthday

    A bit late but I'll hoist a cold one for ya Batman!
  8. Question for Penzoil

    Googled Arizona crop circles. RESULTS: https://www.google.com/search?q=Arizona+crop+circles&tbm=isch&imgil=9opS9L_5zPzWeM%3A%3B2S9qdWw09bwr0M%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.circleofblue.org%252F2012%252Fworld%252Ffood-vs-water-high-commodity-prices-complicate-aquifer-protection-in-colorados-san-luis-valley%252F&source=iu&pf=m&fir=9opS9L_5zPzWeM%3A%2C2S9qdWw09bwr0M%2C_&usg=__wycjHRXKJIpyHQUQwZRF93oDbI8%3D&biw=1221&bih=997&ved=0ahUKEwi7q6vXh7HUAhUs74MKHSqUD9UQyjcINA&ei=P7w6WfuPCqzejwSqqL6oDQ#imgrc=9opS9L_5zPzWeM: Crop circles are extremely common throughout the U.S. agricultural regions as a result of the popularity of 'Center Point Irrigations'
  9. Like everyone else I'll give ya a virtual pat on the back. Looks great!
  10. To utilize an old Navy term ... OUTSTANDING!
  11. FREEBIE !! and nice...

    Actually got r' dun! and had a short flight this morning. Interesting but nothing earth shaking but that's what the A/C was designed for in the first place.
  12. FREEBIE !! and nice...

    geeze haven't had to jumped through so many hoops since Christ was a kid! Trying it out now!
  13. Cast your vote

    Ditto!
  14. Spooky

    Basically the same A/C, C47 is military ID and DC3 the civilian.
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