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About paulhand

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  • Birthday February 17

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    Up the road from YBSU
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    FSS0492951 amongst many
  1. I seem to remember enjoying this one:
  2. + 1 for YPPH and YPDN from me as well. And why is there no YBSU (that's much easier to do!) Cheers
  3. Hi Jack - UTLive is working great with P3Dv4. Needs a couple of tweaks in some config files - all detailed in the UTLive support forum ... quick pic to prove it:
  4. ... except the aircraft ..
  5. I haven't been a great fan of FTXC ... until now ... but was really impressed with how smooth the transition to P3Dv4 has been. Thanks guys for making so easy - and thanks Nick for the tip about not using old downloads, I ended up installing some regions into v3 and then letting FTXC port them across. All went fantastically smoothly. Cheers
  6. Nor was I - which is why I paid full price at 9pm on the 30th... Grr
  7. That call was made at 15:29:28 local (about 75 seconds before they hit the water) once the pilot realised he had no other option. Things were a little busy - least of anyone's concerns at the time. For a proper understanding of the whole event the best thing to do is actually read the NTSB report - which is available at the NTSB website: Cheers Paul
  8. That brings back memories - but it looks a lot busier than when I was training there. Guess that's due to the closure of YHOX? Thanks for posting.
  9. Splash out Howard - get both - you won't regret it... and the scout is only about £16 on the Realair website. That has to count as one of FS's best bargains! Cheers Paul
  10. Howard - I've got both and I agree with Iain - if you don't have the Cub then you really should get it, together with the Accusim pack. It's loads of fun - but as the others said, don't expect to get anywhere fast, it's probably quicker to drive! Cheers Paul
  11. It's a neat way to get your hardware talking to FSX ...
  12. Try - they will accept delivery of items ordered in the US and forward them to you. I have used them for several years and they are great. Cheers Paul
  13. Now that made me laugh Matt - thanks....
  14. Redbird in the US make a full motion GA sim for under US$ 60,000 (which is not much for you Aussies these days!). It's even FAA certified as a training device: />
  15. Yep there are definitely a few Dukes around - I leased a Turbine one for a few months, but of course got distracted and let the lease expire ... it's great fun and can be very addictive until you feel the need to fly an MD-11 across the Pacific....