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by Doering
22 Oct 2020, 04:14
Forum: Flight simulation
Topic: Dangerous Landings - Courchevel Altiport - A TBM 930 RNAV/VFR Flight - MSFS 2020
Replies: 0
Views: 662

Dangerous Landings - Courchevel Altiport - A TBM 930 RNAV/VFR Flight - MSFS 2020

This is a complete 40 minute flight flying the TBM 930 from Nice Côte d'Azur (LFMN) to Courchevel (LFLJ) in the French Alps. This 164nm flight follows an RNAV SID departure. We fly over the entire Provence-Côte d'Azur-Alpes region before following a VFR pattern into the Altiport. Multiple exterior c...
by Doering
18 Sep 2020, 02:10
Forum: Flight simulation
Topic: Dangerous Landings - Lukla, Nepal
Replies: 0
Views: 992

Dangerous Landings - Lukla, Nepal

My first video with the new Flight Simulator. A short 15 minute VFR flight with instructional content into Tenzing Hillary airport.

by Doering
30 Jul 2020, 00:47
Forum: Flight simulation
Topic: Microsoft Flight Simulator - Concept to Reality - 1975 to 2020 - Trailer
Replies: 0
Views: 1587

Microsoft Flight Simulator - Concept to Reality - 1975 to 2020 - Trailer

Inspired by the upcoming release of FS2020, I am in the depths of Flight Simulator history. Here is the trailer!
by Doering
15 Jul 2020, 00:50
Forum: Videos
Topic: Flying Over the Largest Salt Mine in the World
Replies: 0
Views: 764

Flying Over the Largest Salt Mine in the World

Goderich airport is beside the largest underground salt mine in the world. I made this video presenting a brief history of the mine and of course included some GoPro video. Enjoy!
by Doering
22 Jun 2020, 03:16
Forum: Plane spotting - Rest of the world
Topic: Lockheed HC 130J “Combat King II” @ 2,000 feet!!
Replies: 1
Views: 2110

Re: Lockheed HC 130J “Combat King II” @ 2,000 feet!!

Nice! That’s circuit height at my GA airport!
by Doering
16 Jun 2020, 02:59
Forum: Flight simulation
Topic: Los Angeles Flight Tour - Retro 1940’s
Replies: 0
Views: 2161

Los Angeles Flight Tour - Retro 1940’s

https://youtu.be/uX7FyIxrLsA Experience memory lane on a flight departing out of Van Nuys Airport in the front seat of the Cessna 195 Businessliner. We fly over the greater LA area with flash back historical photos from the 1940’s. Listen to some Swing Era music and a touch of some classic vinyl so...
by Doering
30 May 2020, 14:06
Forum: Flight simulation
Topic: Panthera Dusk Flight Over the Cascade Mountains
Replies: 0
Views: 2418

Panthera Dusk Flight Over the Cascade Mountains

This is a 222 nautical mile flight over the Cascade Mountain Range of Washington State with navigational instruction. Flying the ultra sleek Slovakian built Pipistrel Panthera, we depart at Skagit Regional Airport (KBVS) and land at night at Spokane International Airport (KGEG) via an ILS approach o...
by Doering
29 May 2020, 14:03
Forum: Website related
Topic: Epic Flight to San Francisco / too many hits ?
Replies: 3
Views: 2673

Epic Flight to San Francisco / too many hits ?

Is this forum working correctly? Many thousands of views with no comments?
by Doering
28 May 2020, 23:04
Forum: Flight simulation
Topic: Epic Flight to San Francisco
Replies: 0
Views: 3560

Epic Flight to San Francisco

It has been some time since I was last visited this forum. I have returned with a new YouTube channel where I post my real and simulated flight videos. I am hoping to grow the channel with subscribers. Please visit, subscribe, comment or like.
by Doering
03 Nov 2011, 14:26
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Lancaster Bomber Tribute Video
Replies: 11
Views: 3301

Re: Lancaster Bomber Tribute Video

Hi,
Haven't been around lately. However, it is that time of year again to remember. Just thought I'd re-activate this thread for those new to the forum and for those who have not seen this video honoring the crews of the Lancaster Bombers.
http://vimeo.com/13430247
by Doering
01 Jun 2011, 18:40
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields
Replies: 12
Views: 2522

Re: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields

Very interesting points about the cost of photography the the secrecy issue. Both would certainly deter any photography.
by Doering
31 May 2011, 18:18
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields
Replies: 12
Views: 2522

Re: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields

Just to put in my little 0.02 euro: you should try the concrete road behind Antwerp airport, next to the railway. I always understood, though I have no factual information, that this road, and others like it at and around the airport, were constructed as part of the German war effort. And even afte...
by Doering
30 May 2011, 21:11
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields
Replies: 12
Views: 2522

Re: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields

Hi regi A quote from another forum on WWII airfield buildings: "Generally speaking the basic building materials were not inferior to that used in civil engineering, apart from maybe prefabrication most of which came about because raw materials were becoming harder to source (like Canadian Cedar...
by Doering
24 May 2011, 15:39
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields
Replies: 12
Views: 2522

Re: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields

A lot of the infrastructure of WW2 ( everywhere in the world ) was made of inferior materials, too quickly build, neglecting local needs or even archeology. It was a war of survival. The wooden baracks have gone. Many concrete structures have fallen apart because of concrete rot and rusty reinforcm...
by Doering
23 May 2011, 22:51
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields
Replies: 12
Views: 2522

Critical Foundations - WWII Airfields

My latest effort to highlight abandoned airfields and the dedication of thousands who built and maintained the airfields during WWII can be viewed here:
http://vimeo.com/23461281
Enjoy!
by Doering
22 Dec 2010, 19:41
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: USAF C17 crash in Alaska, four killed
Replies: 7
Views: 3201

Re: USAF C17 crash in Alaska, four killed

That is so sad! The liftoff was very aggressive too. All those maneuvers were performed far too close to the ground with no margins for correction. A terrible learning experience. You are a (military) pilot yourself? These kind of exercise/rehearsal are not uncommon, those are performed by properly...
by Doering
22 Dec 2010, 18:09
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: USAF C17 crash in Alaska, four killed
Replies: 7
Views: 3201

Re: USAF C17 crash in Alaska, four killed

That is so sad! The liftoff was very aggressive too. All those maneuvers were performed far too close to the ground with no margins for correction. A terrible learning experience.
by Doering
25 Oct 2010, 15:13
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Lancaster Bomber Tribute Video
Replies: 11
Views: 3301

Re: Lancaster Bomber Tribute Video

You guys could fill a book with these amazing stories!
by Doering
20 Oct 2010, 14:52
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Lancaster Bomber Tribute Video
Replies: 11
Views: 3301

Re: Lancaster Bomber Tribute Video

There were stories in our family of forced labourers. Some hours after a total destruction of a engine factory, the first lathes and drilling machines were pulled out of a collapsed building, put out on the paved courtyard, connected to power and started to make parts again between the stones, bodi...
by Doering
19 Oct 2010, 15:19
Forum: Military aviation
Topic: Lancaster Bomber Tribute Video
Replies: 11
Views: 3301

Re: Lancaster Bomber Tribute Video

Enjoy this video I made to remember the efforts of the aircrews who flew the AVRO Lancaster bombers during WWII. http://www.vimeo.com/13430247 OK, but in the beginning the images came not fluently. I liked the marking " Ruhr Express" :twisted: detail: during a massive raid in 1944 the ent...