Visiting Biggin Hill

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Visiting Biggin Hill

Postby Guest » 02 Mar 2008 14:27

I decided to take a trip from Bournemouth to Biggin Hill in my trusty Cessna Stationair.

Its 6.45am and I am looking forward to a great sunrise
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I am just trimming the plane here to climb to 5oooft
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Continuing to climb I have turned towards my first NAV beacon
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At the top of my climb I pour a cup of tea from my thermos and look forward to a nice sunrise
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I knew it would be worth setting out early, the veiw is spectacular
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Time to get to work, I am vectored for an ILS approach to Rwy21 at Biggin Hill
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A close up of my fave GA aircraft (this is the Carrendo model and is supurb
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Having circled out over south east London I am now on final approach to Rwy21
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Another shot of my final to Rwy21
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About to touchdown at the famous Biggin Hill Airfield. This airfield was made famous during WW2, when it was used by the RAF
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Well, here we are then, another set of images. Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them.
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Postby camdog88 » 06 Mar 2008 12:30

Nice shots. What model is the Cessna that are in those pics? I have been flying in the real world in a C172 and I am looking around for aircraft that can help me get used to the panel and the aircraft. I would like it to be a VC and must have prety much the exact panel for the C172.

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Postby Guest » 06 Mar 2008 15:34

These shots are from the Carenado StationairII, but they (Carenado) have released quite a few different Cessna's so they may well have a C172 for you to purchase.

You can see from my shots that they are really good quality addons, and they cost very little (I think I paid less around $20 for the stationair2, a real bargain in my book.

Thanks again for the feedback on my shots,

Darren
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Postby andre722 » 07 Mar 2008 19:53

Nice shots.
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