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Offline Brian Smith/TWA2245

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Weathership gauge
« on: August 20, 2017, 06:23:02 PM »
I like this weathership gauge for transatlantic crossings, but found out today that they also have ships in the Pacific. It can be used for KSFO to PHNL and for trips to Japan.  If you haven't downloaded it from Avsim for your propliner, you are missing out. The 307/377, DC-3, DC-4, DC-6, and Connie all have panels set up for it.  During the war there were ferry flights across the GIUK gap by the D.C.-3 and I had no idea. I always thought the distances were too long. Amazing to read about this stuff as I fly for TWAv.  How about a wartime ferry flight as an event, or across the pacific in a Connie?  Man, this airline has me excited to learn more about the history during and after the war in air travel. Thank you guys for keeping the history alive with this VA and Ozark!

Offline Charlie Ford/TWVA-CEO

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Re: Weathership gauge
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2017, 02:19:45 PM »
I will have to look more into this because like yourself, I enjoy learning about it all!

 

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