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  1. Jacob Tang

    A320 For FSW

    I know this is may have mentioned before somewhere and the SDK is not out yet but just wondering is there any plans for FSW ? Cuz recently with the updates FSW looks simply amazing and the performance is much better than when it first came out too . And furthermore 3rd party addons devs can publish addons for FSW without doing it through steam . Below are some shots . GTX 970 and i7-6700 + 16gb ram. Running ultra settings at around 50 fps 2017-8-16_19-23-14-372.BMP 2017-8-16_19-24-16-611.BMP 2017-8-16_19-26-4-965.BMP 2017-8-16_19-26-38-616.BMP
  2. * CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE LIST OF STAGES * (Click to enlarge) Concorde’s most famous and flown routes were over the Atlantic to and from London, Paris, New York and Barbados. Concorde flew, of course, to many other destinations, but because of noise restrictions caused by the sonic boom Concorde spent most of her life flying over water. After finishing my first Concorde World Tour I stopped to think… where could I fly next? And then a perfect idea came to my mind: islands. They are, by definition surrounded by water and the perfect scenario to fly supersonic most of the time, without a
  3. 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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