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Old 12-03-2005, 05:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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747 inverted

Just a quick concern.

Do you think it is normal to be able to take a BOEING 747 off inverted and for the wheels to be attached to the top of the fin and to the top of the planes wings.

Could it be to do with the game because the realism settings are on hard and it still does not over stress the aircraft, is this normal? has anyone else experienced this problem or anything similar?

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Old 12-04-2005, 06:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That's perfectly normal, they do it all the time on the singapore to vancouver route...
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Re: 747 inverted

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Just a quick concern.

Do you think it is normal to be able to take a BOEING 747 off inverted and for the wheels to be attached to the top of the fin and to the top of the planes wings.

Could it be to do with the game because the realism settings are on hard and it still does not over stress the aircraft, is this normal? has anyone else experienced this problem or anything similar?

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Being a Boeing 737-400 Captain and RAF Figher Pilot you should be telling most on here that sort of information.
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That's perfectly normal, they do it all the time on the singapore to vancouver route...
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geebo, your so funny!
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