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paul26may
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Shorts Belfast to Australia

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I'm flying the above from Brize to somewhere in Australia in FS9. So far I've done Brize to Akrotiri and Akrotiri to Masirah and would like to head for Kai Tak next. Is there anywhere along the way that the RAF may have called at and where should I head for after Hong Kong en route to Australia? Any advice would be most welcome and yes it seems to be taking an eternity. :'( :'(

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paul26may wrote:
22 Aug 2023, 15:48
I'm flying the above from Brize to somewhere in Australia in FS9. So far I've done Brize to Akrotiri and Akrotiri to Masirah and would like to head for Kai Tak next. Is there anywhere along the way that the RAF may have called at and where should I head for after Hong Kong en route to Australia? Any advice would be most welcome and yes it seems to be taking an eternity. :'( :'(
RAF Gan in the middle of the Indian Ocean used to be used as a staging post out to FEAF when I was in the mob 1966/74....I'm not sure if any airports exist in FS9 though as it's a good few years since I used it....Google it *-) :cpu: ....good luck ;)

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paul26may
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Re: Shorts Belfast to Australia

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Thank you, I will try that.

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Re: Shorts Belfast to Australia

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Yes definitely Gan and perhaps Changi

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Re: Shorts Belfast to Australia

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Or Seletar?

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