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Name: Ben Clark
Date registered: July 8, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Still Alive — March 8, 2014
  2. Scoot Winter 2013 — November 6, 2013
  3. Pan Pan Pan — November 2, 2013
  4. United Traffic Team — November 2, 2013
  5. British Airways Group — September 1, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. Something New — 9 comments
  2. EG&G Flight Operations Summer 2013 — 2 comments
  3. Corsair International Summer 2013 — 2 comments
  4. Happy Fathers Day! — 2 comments
  5. British Airways Group — 2 comments

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Mar 08

Still Alive

Well I’m back online with a new laptop, thanks to the few who donated, it goes without saying that I am extremely grateful. I’m currently in the process now of reinstalling software, getting things back online and then will be looking at my processes and trying to streamline them for continued scenery production. As for …

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Nov 06

Scoot Winter 2013

Scoot are a low cost, long haul Singapore based airline operating to destinations in Australia and across Asia using their fleet of Boeing 777-200ER aircraft obtained from their parent company Singapore Airlines. I recommend the repaint by Juergen Baumbusch for the Boeing 777-200 model by The Fruit Stand. Download the plans here – AVSIM or …

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Nov 02

Pan Pan Pan

Well just over a week ago my computer decided that it couldn’t take it any more and went down in flames. Thankfully all my work is stored on an external hard drive, sadly all the software I need to work on it wasn’t. So in the interim period such that I can afford to buy …

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Nov 02

United Traffic Team

With the current situation surround the United Traffic Team I have taken the sad decision to remove all links to their website and models. I simply can’t support this apparent piracy of others work and until such time as they choose to resolve the issues at hand I will not be re-linking back to their …

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Sep 01

British Airways Group

Well I managed to put together what appears to be a good data set for the entire British Airways Group for this coming winter and I’m slowly going through things to get everything to a base compiled state. So far OpenSkies, BA CityFlyer and British Airways Ltd (that’s not British Airways) are all good and …

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Aug 27

Kona Shuttle – Summer 2013

  Kona Shuttle is a private all first-class operation that flies solely from Oakland, California to Kona, Hawaii ferrying residents of three exclusive developments on the North Kona coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, The Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, Kukio, and Mauna Lani. There are no tickets sold for flights onboard this aircraft, nor …

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Aug 15

Xstrata Nickel Summer 2013 Updated

Ok guys Xstrata have now begun using their callsign of RAGLAN and so these plans have been updated accordingly, hopefully someone will make the RAGLAN callsign and then you will hear C-FFAL call as RAGLAN 100 and C-GXNR call as RAGLAN 200. Download the plans here – AVSIM or FlightSim.Com

Aug 03

AI Monthly July 2013

Well the newest issue of AI Monthly is here with us now, another good read and a great way to keep up to date with what’s going on in the AI world each month. Read it here – AI Monthly July 2013 Past Issues January February March April May June

Aug 02

AI Aircraft Model Database

Well slowly but surely I’m adding to my newest resource page – AI Aircraft Models – which lists not only each models download link but also their paintkit and their sim compatibility be it FS9/FSX Native or as is the case of the updated AI Aardvark models, FSX Native but in most cases still using …

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Jul 28

United Arab Emirates Air Force – Dubai Air Wing Boeing 747-2B4B/SF A6-GDP

The Dubai Air Wing are one of two VIP transport units of the United Arab Emirates Air Force for the Sheikhs of the country. They operate a number of aircraft from the small Avro RJ85 up to large Boeing 747 aircraft. This aircraft was formerly operated by them circa 2007 to transport their horses to races …

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