Simulation studio.

Virtual flying, driving and living.

Up and away

Up and away

 

My interest in flying started when I as a child used to play around and in the airplanes at the old Malmoe airport, Bulltofta. And we were flying Cessnas a lot. I wanted to be a pilot but life took another path.

After many years out of the fly zone I have found my way back to simulated flying. I have been flying around the world since my first software on the Commodore 64. I have over 50 different types of flight software for all kinds of machines.

Sometimes i do some driving and boating in games and virtual worlds. And i create ships, airports, trucks and all kind of vehicles for simulation. You can download some of them on the site.

 

On IVAO

Virtual airlines.

Flying for Sky Aurora and Scandinavian VA.

ESGG

Finally I made a good landing following RISMA 1S down.

Not perfect but it feels like I am finally getting somewhere. But I have had some more tech problems. Yesterday I had to go to text to talk to ESSA_APR, that was not so good. Having both control and engine sound in the headphones did not work so good so I have put in a second sound card. I really need to hear the engine sound in the background. It is a important key for me to know that I am not doing stupid things and get a stall or overspeed. Now I just hope that the sound system will work. It did not crash the computer. That’s a +1.

 

 

Todays flight was good ESGG is medium sized airport so maybe it is time for Stockholm/Arlanda now the biggest airport in Sweden. But I have to download the maps. I have also spent a few Euros on Navigraph http://www.navigraph.com/ for the latest STAR and SIDS for my FMS. That are well spent money.

 

 

Thinking of buying a jet. But maybe I need a few more pilot hours for that.

ESSBland

Today was my first flight in a while. I have had a terrible cold so I have been grounded. But today I wanted to get back on flight deck. Very nice weather so a good day to brush up on my knowledge. It was a nice flight. Leaving Visby went very well after some trouble with my second wideview computer. But it was not so technical, my maps was on the keyboard so for once it was easy to fix.

 

 

You really have to fly all the time to not lose your skills. It is that difficult. On finals on R30 I was checking my speed carefully, (have had some speed problems) but I came in to fast anyway. It is a long runway so no real problem but I did not set my ATR down where I wanted to. So need more flight hours.

 

 

But of course. If it would be easy the it would be no fun. Always room for perfection.

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