Approach into YPGV in storms - ASN

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David Cox

Approach into YPGV in storms - ASN

Post by David Cox » Thu Dec 19, 2013 8:29 pm

Flew from YTPN to YPGV in a hornet, expecting bad weather at YPGV. The weather depiction is pretty cool with the new active sky, but the real winner is the air motion and turbulence depiction! Stay out of those CB!

Departing YPTN, All good so far!
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Trouble ahead
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Getting worse!
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In the soup now!
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ICE!
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Not much to see on approach
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Visual!!
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Sorry about the dark, three go around meant landing later than planned! I also tried to capture some of the EPIC lightning, but failed.

Highly recommend Active Sky Next

Callum Geddes

Re: Approach into YPGV in storms - ASN

Post by Callum Geddes » Thu Dec 19, 2013 8:58 pm

Hold "V" and get 2 GB's worth of photos in order to capture the lighting! :D

Absolutely awesome photos, that top one is beautiful! Definitely my next FSX Investment !

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Re: Approach into YPGV in storms - ASN

Post by Chris Putney » Fri Dec 20, 2013 7:58 am

Agreed, can't wait to check it out.

Nice shots mate!
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Sean Harrison

Re: Approach into YPGV in storms - ASN

Post by Sean Harrison » Fri Dec 20, 2013 9:37 am

I'm voting ASN as amazing and excellent. Been a week now, and about six flights with the product. Smiles all round. :D

Flew into CYVR and had a goaround. Wasn't getting vis until below 700ft. A BA T7 had two GA using same product. It was like a merry-go-round. All because of an excellent product. Did I say I love it.

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