Hi, I am a retired airport engineer, life-long simmer, and current recreational pilot. As well as MSFS, I love history (with a particular focus on WW2), geography and maps, and I usually combine all these in relation to airfields when flying in MSFS. I am now sharing this combination through videos, about one a week, over 35 so far since March 2021. So far, I have three playlists - WW2, “Golden Oldies”, and Bush/Mt./Water/Outback airfields. I usually check if there is freeware available on flightsim.to and, if so, I say so in the particular video. So, if you are interested in this sort of thing, or just looking for interesting places to fly in MSFS, check out the link below. Cheers.
Hello from Melbourne, Australia - Interesting Places to fly in MSFS
That's not a Hawk Moth sitting there, is it?
This image https://ef100.com.au/my-grandf…first-hangar-at-essendon/ suggests a Gypsy Moth
The picture of me (left) was taken sitting in the LH seat of Ansett's A-300. the background is phony - it was in the hanger, after Ansett went belly-up.
The hanger was being used as a film set at the time, in case that jogs your memory(?)
Ah, yes, memories indeed. Thanks John. Cheers.
Hi there Frank,
Just if you are interested we are a small group that enjoy all small aircraft, warbirds etc....
If you would like to join us for a online flight at any time we would like to have you join us.