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Chris Morris (morris91) Chief Captain

I started a flight today from san francisco to Chicago Midway airport, Took off at 9am.

ATC got me upto 35000ft, was in cruise.. 2 hours from reaching Midway, Some strange things start happening inside the flightdeck, Suddenly engines cut out, FSpassengers had made my plane have a engine fire.

i have my accident settings on 5% on FSP, meaning i have a 5% of getting into a accident, This flight was that 5%.

hydraulics had also broke meaning i had no control, and with engine fire was unable to fly the plane correctly, Plane crashed in the desert.

Sad

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Welshflyer Chief Captain

Nice shot morris91, shame about the rest of the flight Smile !

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Very realistic looking pic Morris.

I'd have jumped out of the cockpit and swum to the shore Razz

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Hongming Zheng (jianqing) First Officer

thats a bad flight, saaaaaaaaaaaad for the virtual passengers. Crying or Very sad

there was a flight called United Flight 232 where the hydraulics broke and by the different engine thrust, it was able to crash land at a airport and caused over 50% of the people to live. In virtual flight 921 here, with engine fire its not possible. I have gone through many emergency with fsp, but not when the plane is out of control.

Very nice shot.

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DIMITRIOSCOOL First Officer

if it was PMDG maybe starting the APU would have worked, RAT also works, but if hydraulics is brocken tough luck

incredible shot

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Hongming Zheng (jianqing) First Officer

DIMITRIOSCOOL wrote:

if it was PMDG maybe starting the APU would have worked, RAT also works, but if hydraulics is brocken tough luck

incredible shot

It doesn't look like PMDG, its POSKY i think(pmdg's 737 doesn't have wing flex).

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Chris Morris (morris91) Chief Captain

it is infact Posky.

Glad you like the shot guys Smile

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