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gunsontheroof
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Post by gunsontheroof » Sun Feb 12, 2006 4:21 pm

Thomas wrote:Sorry to say this, but I wish all Frenchspeaking could "respect" the rest of the world and learn how to speak/write english!
More irony, please.
giladhu
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Post by giladhu » Sun Feb 12, 2006 10:08 pm

What did i tell you guys..

Boaz is here only to degregate the forum's mental state...

I've been reading his entire comments since the day he joined to this forum until this very thread and i can sum them up in one word : useless...

Can someone please ban him or something
MD11Forever
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Post by MD11Forever » Mon Feb 13, 2006 12:02 am

Wow, this place is getting almost as "entertaining" as the Airliners.net forums. :? :|
Longbow
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Post by Longbow » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:12 am

MD11Forever wrote:Wow, this place is getting almost as "entertaining" as the Airliners.net forums. :? :|
and the avsim.com forums.. basically all forums with alot off people have 10 page topics that lead to nothing.
paavo
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Post by paavo » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:59 am

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gunsontheroof
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Post by gunsontheroof » Mon Feb 13, 2006 3:16 am

Thomas wrote:
Bodo Mueller wrote:
Thomas wrote:Sorry to say this, but I wish all Frenchspeaking could "respect" the rest of the world and learn how to speak/write english!
Pretty arrogant attitude! Okay, next time if an American or Englishman comes to Germany I will tell him to speak german as he should "respect" the german speaking area?

What will you say if you visit China and a chineseman tells you to speak chinese due to respect to his country?
AFAIK.. Neither Chinese, German or French is "The worlds language" like English.. or is it just to hard to get?

IF you choose to register on this forum, or any forum operated by ENGLISH-speaking people, you should at least write so people understand.

Give me a break!

I'm Out
There are more speakers of Mandarin in the world than English. About twice as many. That doesn't mean that it's a world language, and your point about this being an English-speaking forum is taken, but you might want to lay off the arrogant tone.
Rafal
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Post by Rafal » Mon Feb 13, 2006 3:29 am

Gentlemen!
Which was the last constructive post about Schwechat (the announced scenery)? The discussion has definitely gone off topic.
I suggest that the topic should be closed. Unless someone has anything interesting to say about Vienna scenery.
Hope the next post will be the release announcement of the scenery which I'm looking forward to.

Best regards,
Rafal
speedbrake
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Post by speedbrake » Mon Feb 13, 2006 5:34 am

thx for this scenery :D
approved
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Post by approved » Mon Feb 13, 2006 5:52 am

I am very happy that Fly Tampa is making Wien airport. I heard a lot of positive things about your firm, but I never bought anything from you, because you only made American sceneries, I never fly there.
Welcome to Europe! I hope you will do more European airports!
Maybe Oslo airport?... :wink:
Best regards
Alexander
Arkangel
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Post by Arkangel » Mon Feb 13, 2006 7:24 am

I am really looking forward to the next scenery. About time something from Fly Tampa for Europe , hope there will many more.


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marcelo
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Post by marcelo » Mon Feb 13, 2006 8:15 am

Congrats Martin, fantastic scenery judging by the screenshots. Keep up the great work!
six
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This is great!

Post by six » Mon Feb 13, 2006 9:02 am

I just took off from Vienna this morning in a PSS 772 AUA just to see what the difference in the old and the new would be. I can't wait.

I enjoy flying around in VATSIM with European controllers because most of the time they are better at it and cover a more consistant footprint than the USA controllers. So, this airport will be a great addition to the arsenal.

Thanks
Alexander Arlow
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Re: This is great!

Post by Alexander Arlow » Mon Feb 13, 2006 9:14 am

six wrote:I just took off from Vienna this morning in a PSS 772 AUA just to see what the difference in the old and the new would be. I can't wait.

I enjoy flying around in VATSIM with European controllers because most of the time they are better at it and cover a more consistant footprint than the USA controllers. So, this airport will be a great addition to the arsenal.

Thanks
can't wait to serve you at LOWW on vatsim, just visit us at www.firwien.at ;)
Rene Billiani
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Post by Rene Billiani » Mon Feb 13, 2006 10:00 am

Can't await to find a small red dot in the heart of Europe at your main frontpage!

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