It has been a while since I last posted a screenshot. But I got a change of mind recently as I was flying from Chicago O’Hare to Aspen. To be honest, it was probably my best flight yet. Managed to takeoff beautifully, it was a great flight with magnificent scenery, and I made a realistic approach into Aspens Runway 15. It was the first time I tried landing in Aspen, and I got down right on the Touchdown Zone. Usually, whenever I do a flight, something is not how I wanted it to be, but that one was just fun.
The screenshots I want to share of this flight today are from the takeoff and the landing. They represent the start and the end of a great and fun flight.
|Date||July 21st, 2019|
|Aircraft||American Eagle CRJ 700|
|Route||Chicago O’Hare (KORD) - Aspen (KASE)|
That flight to Aspen was flight Nr. 47 in my realistic flight log experiment. That means, my next flight always starts where my last flight ended. Before I flew to Aspen, I arrived in Chicago from Milwaukee to where I got from Detroit, to where I got from Scranton, and so on. I always try to do realistic flights as well, wherever it’s possible. That’s why I had to fly from Milwaukee to Chicago first as there is no direct connection from Milwaukee to Aspen. It has been an exciting journey, and I’ll keep it going because it allows me to do flights I’d have never done without that system. For example, I flew from Krasnoyarsk (Russia) to Almaty (Kazachstan) and from there to St. Johns in Canada, all because I needed to get to Toronto in time for the FNF. I can only recommend it to everyone who likes realism, and to someone who’s looking for a little change from time to time. And of course: Without that system, I’d have never flown from Chicago to Aspen, and I would not have been able to enjoy that beautiful and fun approach.
I wish you all the best and many happy landings!