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What 200 Miles wind speed does to an 747

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I dont know if its legal in this forum, but ill give it a try..

I record a small video while i flew, and - well, the video tells it all:D

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Fly Away Simulation (Flyaway) Site Admin

Yes, totally legal - I've changed the URL to the direct file. You play FS2004 at a LAN party!?

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michlin First Officer

Wb-FreeKill,

That is quite a video. I was holding my breathe a few times. The accompanying music adds more drama to it.

Btw, who did the music and what was the title?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Excellent, you did a fascinating job with it. Thanks for letting us see.
Anytime you want to post another please feel free to do so.
Did you use Fraps?

Radar

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michlin First Officer

RadarMan wrote:

Anytime you want to post another please feel free to do so.

Radar

I agree! Razz

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

I'm sure it's great, but 50MB??? Is it possible to compress it for those of us with dialup?

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Ed Reagle (edr1073) First Officer

Wb-FreeKill,

Outstanding...!!! I did not know that a 747 could float like that...? The alst part of an inverted crash, I am little bit dissapointed though. No fire or explosion...!!!

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neseng Trainee

Hey WB-FreeKill, after watching your video, I tried that and had great fun with several different aircraft at differing wind speeds.

Try the FS9 Piper Cub at 50k wind speed, .....that will test your skills on the joy stick and its also fun to land the plane successfully while going backwards down the strip!

Have fun,
neseng

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michlin First Officer

I was curious about what airport was used in the video. I discovered it was Kastrup (EKCH) at Copenhagen, Denmark

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