Charlotte Amalie (VI122) - Christiansted (VI123) PLZ 104 Wilga 80H

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Charlotte Amalie (VI122) - Christiansted (VI123) PLZ 104 Wilga 80H

Postby hasegawa » Sat Jan 07, 2023 5:05 pm

Here's the float version. In addition to a playable guitar, I found a paddle very useful to maneuver your plane onto the jetty. I've always found parking float planes quite a hassle. It's different now. You should take it.
Are there actually suitable scenarios for New Zealand?

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Re: Charlotte Amalie (VI122) - Christiansted (VI123) PLZ 104 Wilga 80H

Postby Splitpin » Wed Jan 18, 2023 6:15 pm

I never thought of this type on floats....and even less of it having a playable guitar, where have I been B-)
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Re: Charlotte Amalie (VI122) - Christiansted (VI123) PLZ 104 Wilga 80H

Postby jankees » Thu Jan 19, 2023 1:01 am

nice shots, it looks good on floats!
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Re: Charlotte Amalie (VI122) - Christiansted (VI123) PLZ 104 Wilga 80H

Postby hasegawa » Tue Jan 24, 2023 6:15 pm

The thing in the float version something I really appreciate but can't see in the pictures. A paddle for "manual parking at jetties" I've only seen that with this aircraft so far and I've been with it since 1990. Float planes are like cars with no brakes and it was always difficult to moor at a jetty. Not any longer longer. Even though the plane is a lame crow that seems to be flying on gum rather than air, it's the coolest float plane in MSFS that I know of.
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