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Now displaying: July, 2020

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Jul 13, 2020

In this episode Nicolas has a tepid reaction to the impending release of Microsoft Flight Sim concluding that the success of the franchise reboot will depend on 3rd party developers. Nicolas goes on to recount recent simming experiences including the conclusion of the 2001 Australia trip recreation with The PMDG 744 V3 and TFDI 717

Jul 11, 2020

In this episode Nicolas recounts and simulates their Spring 2001 flight aboard a Qantas Boeing 747-400 flight from Sydney, NSW to Los Angeles, CA. Nicolas also recounts their recent sim flights in The Aerosoft A330 and PMDG 747-8i. Recent stops have included Imagine Sim’s ATL, Latain VFR’s MIA, DD’s ORD, Aerosoft’s EDDF, FS Dream Team’s CYVR, Wing Creation’s RJAA and FlyTampa’s YSSY.

Jul 4, 2020

In this episode Nicolas renews their effort to revitalize and improve the show by focusing on detailing a simulated flight they made of their first flight as an airline passenger. The flight from KSMF-KONT was made special by Orbx’s Northern California and Southern regions along with the relatively close proximity to terrain seen on the Ziggy7 Standard Terminal Arrival Route into KONT. Please email Nicolas nicnacjak@gmail.com and let them know what your favorite sim route is!

Jul 1, 2020

In this episode Nicolas touches on a variety of topics on their mind relative to flight sim. Including: A brief review of Orbx’s new Burbank scenery, short haul flights, keeping the simming experience fresh through virtual airlines and arbitrary simming rules, simulator maintenance, a hardware update, and the implications of new sims continuing to be built around software technology that’s now 14 years old. If you have feedback feel free to leave a comment, follow Nicolas on Twitter, or send them an email. nicnacjak@gmail.com

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