Does someone know some cool flying routes? Small ones with like, 15 - 60 minutes of flying.
The ones I fly a lot are:
Alpnach to Buochs
Geneva to Zurich
Lelystad to Schiphol
I would some cool flying routes with nice views/scenery
Omaha, Nebraska- Lincoln, Nebraka (US of A)
London - Paris
JFK - Boston
Sydney - Auckland
LGRP to LGAV
KVNY to KSBA
KBUR to KSBD
KHEF to KIAD
Any two airports in Nepal
Almost anywhere in Argentina, Peru or Chile
Colombia,Austria,Switserland,Greece,Gulf of Mexico Islands.
British columbua is nice. So is western Alberta. The otherday I was airport hopping up the inside passage between vancover Island and the mainland.
KBOS - KMVY
KBED - KMVY
Hawaiian inter-island flights I do a lot of.
otherwise the flights i do are more-or-less random.. it depends on my mood...
Dublin Intl. (EIDW) - London Stansted (EGSS)
Kabul to Islamabad
ENBR-ENSG-ENSD-ENOV. Some nice scenery and challenging approaches, at least IFR. Operated mostly by DHC8s.
there are many good place to fly if you have the scenery for it. But if you want to make a nice quick test flight with a new aircraft i would recommend KSFO-KLAX (San Francisco to L.A.). It's one of theose routes that should give you enough time to figure out all the systems of your plane and what not. That's the testing route as I would call it
Honolulu International Airport / Hilo International Airport / Kahului Airport / Kona International Airport at Keahole / Lihue Airport.
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Taiwan to Hong Kong. I would recommend that you land at Kai Tak Airport instead of the new Chep Lap Kok International Airport. Challenging approach!
try, TNCM(Princess Juliana Intl) to TFFJ(St Barthelemy), it is only 10 to 15 min.
And also, if you land rwy 10 you have to dive down to the runway over a hill, but be warned, you must download a certain file found on Avsim, otherwise landing and takeoff is literally impossible.
Search St barthelemy on avsim 2004 scenery, it fixes the positioning of the island so it is correct.
Landing is quite fun on rwy 10 but you might need some practice or you
will naturally dive from too high up and end up going off the end of the
runway into the water.
P.S: make sure you use a STOL aircraft, because the runway is quite short at TFFJ, the BN-2 Islander is my fave.
i just got around to flying that last night. it is one of the most unbelievable approaches ever. it's not that hard to master, but it just takes a very steady hand.
A good forty five minute flight from San Fransisco (KSFO) to Mammoth Lakes (KMMH) over the Sierra Nevada Mountains then landing in the Yosemite. Best with Beechercraft King Air.
Calgary Canada to Vancouver or reverse (CYYC-CYVR) optimum altitude to see the awesome scenery is anywhere from 8,000 feet to 15,000 feet, hope you enjoy this short route
Best to use with Air Canada or Westjet aircraft. They fly the route often
Bella Coola - Anahim Lake
challenging flight in a very small plane.
I fly the route using the NDB's and the ILS at Geneva. With the weather snowing, temp set below freezing and at night time. It makes for a bit of a challenge> I fly the Grumman goose and keep between the mountains or over the lakes on route. I often add a flight out of Geneva to Lyon but this route needs a bit more altitude.
LIRF (Rome) to LIRN (Naples)
KBIL (Billings, Montana) to KSEA (Seattle, Washington)
KLAX (Los Angeles) to San Diego (KSAN)
EGHI TO EGHQ its a good short flight around 60 mins. advise flying 2500ft alt