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EasyJet 8507- Gatwick to Keflavik


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This is my first time posting screenshots here, so hopefully they come out okay!

 

I've spent most of my flight sim time in the US and surround vacation spots in the Caribbean and Mexico, so this is only my second time flying in Europe. EasyJet 8507 from London Gatwick to Keflavik. All this time I've heard how poor the weather usually is in Europe, but on both flights I've done out of Gatwick the weather has been very nice. The arrival into Keflavik didn't disappoint though as storms had just cleared out of the area making for some nice cloud shots as we descended and landed.

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Departing London in nice weather

 

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Descending into Keflavik above the storms

 

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The stormy weather starts to clear out as we near the turn to final

 

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On final for runway 01

 

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On time arrival at the gate

 

Thanks for viewing!

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Hey, awesome first post! I like the camera angles too. :D What weather engine are you using and which sim is this? Nice going!!

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Thank you! I'm using FSX-SE, Active Sky 16 weather engine and the cloud textures are from REX-4. I feel like I've been tweaking FSX forever looking for a good balance between stability and visuals, so I was happy with how this flight turned out.
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Oustanding first post Chris! :cool::cool::cool: Very welcome here! :)

 

What he said!!;)

 

And believe me, we don't often agree!! Welcome!! We look forward to many more of your posts!!

 

Michael

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