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FSX - Spotting at Bristol Airport (EGGD)

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FSX - Spotting at Bristol Airport (EGGD)

Postby james143611 » Mon Dec 22, 2014 2:54 pm

Hello all,

A short video of spotting at EGGD, based on a short section of the Mayfly.

I may do different ones, especially as I build up my collection of payware add-on's, this is more of a trial video as I've not used FSRecorder before, so was a chance to see how it went.

Please excuse my landings! I'm not at pro level yet, all I did was set off from Cardiff and saved the flight near approach to Bristol, so then all I had to do was load the save and switch aircraft, then faff with the flaps, lights, landing gear although I'm sure I've set the wrong lights up on some of them!

The 'quiet' EasyJet Airbus (that makes less noise than the freeware ones, which includes special schemes) is the Just Flight Airbus Series 1. Not a fan of this add-on to be honest, the engines are nothing like the ones I've heard, still thought I'd make use of it until I get the Aerosoft one.


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Re: FSX - Spotting at Bristol Airport (EGGD)

Postby DWilson212 » Sat Jan 24, 2015 7:47 pm

Hi James,

This was a different video but I really enjoyed it. Maybe you will make more soon, maybe at different airports too?

All the best,

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Re: FSX - Spotting at Bristol Airport (EGGD)

Postby james143611 » Sat Jan 24, 2015 10:23 pm

Yes I'll be doing different ones :)

Glad you liked it, currently trying an airshow one as well
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Re: FSX - Spotting at Bristol Airport (EGGD)

Postby andygolfer » Sat Sep 17, 2016 6:30 pm

I just found this while looking for something else - very good James and the engines even sound right for the different aircraft - very well done :clap: :clap:
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