Juneau (PAJN) to Seattle (KSEA)
- Notes for PAJN: JUNEAU FIVE DEPARTURE to SQM
- Notes for KSEA: MARNR SEVEN ARRIVAL
What’s ur last leg
U shld make a event for it
My last leg is KASE-KLEX. The leg before that is KSEA-KASE. I think that’d probably be more exciting for an event but I don’t even know how to begin organizing one.
I would recommend asking someone who is experienced in making events
I have never done it but I’m sure someone would want to do it for u
From near LEX myself. Love to see my local airport getting some attention! Might meet up with you on a leg
Totally in favor of an event. Would do my best to attend. You’d be surprised how many TBM fans come out of the woodwork when there’s an event for us.
Landing on 34L at KSEA.
I’ve made it back to the Continental U.S. where this journey all began. I’m just 2 legs away KLEX, a stop in Aspen at KASE, and then I’ll be home.This flight was also the first time I encountered ATC as I flew in somewhere and it was icing on the cake for this sim. If anyone knows who was running tower and ground at KSEA about 0400Z then tell them thanks.
I’m not sure I’ll get to hop on tomorrow to do any flying, but I certainly intend to finish everything by Wednesday, May 14. If anyone is interested in flying either leg just let me know and I’ll send out some sort of notice. I’m off to plan for Aspen now.
Mount Rainier poking into the night sky as I’m on final for RWY 34L at KSEA.
Departing Juneau on the JUNEAU FIVE departure.
I’ve made it to KASE. Only one leg away and I’ll have completed my first IF world tour! Flew the RNAV approach into Aspen for the steep descent onto RWY 15. This is definitely in one of my top 5 approaches of the tour.
Left SeaTac early to catch the sunrise over Mount Rainier. It was worth it.
This is a great route to fly if you like changing scenery. It seemed like the scenery changed half a dozen times from Seattle to Aspen and it was all in all a great leg. I’m sure I’ll fly this one repeatedly in the future.
Sounds like an awesome trip you have! Just a question, I’ve been thinking of doing one of these my self. How do you plan fuel? I usually just take my distance in nm and expected cruise speed in kt, and then divide, but it always seem very inaccurate, and I always load way to much.
The finish line is visible! Time to sprint!
It’s finished! I landed back at LEX around 2:30 EST. The screenshot above is me turning towards the airport, Lexington is the city you can see. Definitely have loved the realism that can be implemented with IF. looking forward to more practice on the training server and then moving forward over to expert. That’s a wrap for this journey!
Man, that was an incredible journey… Great Game, Great plane, great scenery, great adventure, and most importantly; Great Pilot! Looking forward to seeing you up in the skies!
Man I’m so upset I missed ur last leg… I wanted to fly it with u
Maybe we can organize something together!
I’m a bit late but congrats! Was fun following along on your journey!
Thanks! I’m working on some plans for some more IF adventure. Can’t wait to finish it all and get it posted here to the community.