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  1. Carlos Cané A.

    Virtual Cockpit Suggestions

    Hi, I've been using FSX for some years now but I've been away from it lately (almost since 2D panels were still used over VC). I've decided to get back to it now and try your amazing A320. I'm trying to use VC now but its a little bit complicated to get used to. Are there any 3rd party addons that make VC navigation easier? Are there any key configurations you recommend? Any other suggestions? Anything would help! Thank you!
  2. On November 26th, 11:10 am, Concorde G-BOAF took off from Heathrow following her usual route to New York. At the point of supersonic acceleration she turned and followed the classic Bay of Biscay tour before heading towards Filton. But before making the final approach, Concorde flew over Bristol. Then, finally touched down at the place where she and all of her sisters were born. Filton. Home. At 13:00, Captain Les Brodie landed the last Concorde ever built and the last to soar the skies thus closing the first and so far last chapter of supersonic commercial aircraft (no offence to the Tupol
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