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Old 01-25-2006, 07:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A Short Flight in a Piper Warrior.....

....That's Just been bought from Just Flight.

I quite like it, and thought I'd share some pics of it with you.
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And The Underneath. Sorry for the small pics, but Im really struggling at the moment getting bigger pics without TAF not letting me!
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Nice pics, try some daytime shots!
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I'll get some daytime shots later on...I was trying to go for the Dusk Idea.
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Believe it or not, the sole reason I got this plane was that I've always wanted to fly one, and until I get the funds up for a lesson, I guess I'll have to settle for the next best thing.
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Believe it or not, the sole reason I got this plane was that I've always wanted to fly one, and until I get the funds up for a lesson, I guess I'll have to settle for the next best thing.
May I reccomend Carenado's Piper Cherokee and Piper Archer II

They work our at £13.45 and £9.54 respectively, both are great.

Edit: I have never flown this, but I have heard very good reports.

The Aussi Sim Piper Warrior (New and Old variants)

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And here's a daytime Shot....

Boeing, I wish I could buy some of them!!! But I don't have the money to be spending of flightsim addons at the moment. Still saving up for Captain Sim's excellent Boeing 707 model.
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That's a class picture there. It looks really nice, decent model, love the people inside.

You will love the CaptainSim aircraft - all are great. I would have only one minor critiscim and that is how they do their overhead panels.
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Yeah, Just as soon as I get the money I'll be buying it. I tend to go for the external model first, panel second when buying planes.

The only slight criticism about this model is the sound set. while it is off a real plane, when starting it up you can hear other planes taxing in the background of the sound file.
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That's a class picture there. It looks really nice, decent model, love the people inside.

You will love the CaptainSim aircraft - all are great. I would have only one minor critiscim and that is how they do their overhead panels.
I second that on captainsim, though some have their doubts. I must also say dreamfleet and above all, Level-D/Flightone aircraft...they always make the BEST. Esp the 67. PMDG is also good, though I haven't bought any of their products...too expensive.
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