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UPS523
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Post by UPS523 » Tue Feb 07, 2006 2:18 pm

Who the hell flys to Vienna :?
skydvdan
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Post by skydvdan » Tue Feb 07, 2006 2:35 pm

UPS523 wrote:Who the hell flys to Vienna :?
I will be once it is released. Don't cry because it's not KSDF or KMEM. You know, there is more to the world than what's contained in the borders of the US. :P
MD11Forever
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Post by MD11Forever » Tue Feb 07, 2006 3:26 pm

skydvdan wrote:
UPS523 wrote:Who the hell flys to Vienna :?
I will be once it is released. Don't cry because it's not KSDF or KMEM. You know, there is more to the world than what's contained in the borders of the US. :P
Ah you had to go *there*. :|
skydvdan
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Post by skydvdan » Tue Feb 07, 2006 3:37 pm

MD11Forever wrote:
skydvdan wrote:
UPS523 wrote:Who the hell flys to Vienna :?
I will be once it is released. Don't cry because it's not KSDF or KMEM. You know, there is more to the world than what's contained in the borders of the US. :P
Ah you had to go *there*. :|
It had to be done and I stand by it. :wink:
Longbow
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Post by Longbow » Tue Feb 07, 2006 4:23 pm

nice point dan, i fully agree with you. I personally fly everywhere.. and what i choose is based on the scenery addons. So for example, i never flown to Australia before, but once VOZ came out, i started flying there.

PS: good job FT, very nice quality as usual
Rafal
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Post by Rafal » Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:06 pm

UPS523 wrote:Who the hell flys to Vienna :?
Me!!!

Best regards,
Rafal
moms the pilot
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Post by moms the pilot » Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:21 pm

Does anyone knows if there's a US airline flying outta vienna in real life ?
Like that we'll who the hell flies to vienna :wink:
harpsi
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Post by harpsi » Tue Feb 07, 2006 6:16 pm

nice point dan, i fully agree with you. I personally fly everywhere.. and what i choose is based on the scenery addons. So for example, i never flown to Australia before, but once VOZ came out, i started flying there.
I agree 100 %.

harpsi
madcop
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Post by madcop » Tue Feb 07, 2006 6:34 pm

Hello George and Martin ...

Living in Brussels I SURELY will add Vienna to my buy list !

Looks gorgeous from the screensshots.

Can you tell me wether if it will be compatible with AUSTRIA PROFESSIONAL 2004 ?

The FLICKERING problems I met with KSEA and others ... Solved ? (mipmaps ,please...)

A fidel customer and loyal supporter
:x cop
Rafal
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Post by Rafal » Tue Feb 07, 2006 7:05 pm

moms the pilot wrote:Does anyone knows if there's a US airline flying outta vienna in real life ?
Not really, true.
But Austrian Airlines regularly fly from Vienna to New York and Washington (plus Toronto in Canada).
Austrian Airlines (and Lauda, belonging to the same group) fly to many interesting places in the world, mainly in Asia (India, Nepal, China, Japan, Thailand) as it is one of the main European-Asian hubs. They even fly to Australia. And many airlines from Asia come to Vienna.
Plus, of course, Schwechat serves almost all Europe.

Best regards,
Rafal
tamiko
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Post by tamiko » Tue Feb 07, 2006 7:56 pm

As Rafal posted before, Vienna is THE main airport in Europa that serves as hub to Eastern Europa.

Austrian Airlines itself serves with its medium- to shorthaul fleet benath "classical" destinations like London, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris and so on in Eastern Europe Beograd, Yekaterinburg (very very nice freewarescenery released some days ago :) ), Minsk, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Krasnodar, Sarajevo (nice alpin airport with interesting approach), and many many more. Detailed info visible under http://www.aua.com/at/deu/Austrian/network/

Looking onto longhaul, Austrian Airlines Group flies Vienna-New York 2 times/day, to Washington, and Toronto... to the east they serve Tokio, Shanghai, Beijing, Bangkok, Delhi, Mumbay, Puket and the classical 777 routes to Australia via Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

If you look at incoming traffic, Vienna is a very bad place as a spotter in difference to Frankfurt, Zurich, Munich, Geneva and so on... We have not only one american airline (due to Staralliance/Lufthansa @ Munich), no Air Canada... But we have Emirates, Eva Air, Eva Air Cargo, China Airlines, Malaysian, Asiana Cargo, Korean Cargo... and of course UPS, DHL and TNT... some of them you don't even see in Frankfurt... and on short haul from the east Olympic, Tarom, Ukraine International, Bulgaria, Jat, Macedonian Airlines, El Al...
Neil
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Post by Neil » Tue Feb 07, 2006 9:04 pm

:D Wow, another stunning effort...can;t wait
FL250_Mike
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Post by FL250_Mike » Tue Feb 07, 2006 9:23 pm

skydvdan wrote:
MD11Forever wrote:
skydvdan wrote: I will be once it is released. Don't cry because it's not KSDF or KMEM. You know, there is more to the world than what's contained in the borders of the US. :P
Ah you had to go *there*. :|
It had to be done and I stand by it. :wink:
standing right next to you. and cant wait for this to come out, Dan we got to get some multiplayer going then :D
martin[flytampa]
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Post by martin[flytampa] » Tue Feb 07, 2006 10:11 pm

Some answers to questions posted or emailed,
Hope there are other European airports in works, too.
Not in the near future.
The old tower building... On the real airport it was deconstructed in the last couple of weeks etc
I am aware of the construction and LOWW's "masterplan", scenery design however can't be quite as up to date as real-life because of the time it takes to develop and other factors. The whole apron in the scenery is open/useable, the general construction area you pointed out is depicted as such in the scenery as well.
Can you tell me wether if it will be compatible with AUSTRIA PROFESSIONAL 2004 ?
Yes, it has been tested with Austria-Pro as well as the upcoming Ultimate Terrain Europe (a beta version of course).
The FLICKERING problems I met with KSEA and others ... Solved ? (mipmaps ,please...)
There must be either a problem with your AA or AF gfx settings or you have a different perception of flickering. Using all mipmapped textures in airport sceneries turns them into a blurry soup and most details goes to waste.
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