Merry Christmas everyone! 🎄
Ever since my subscription has ran out, I was unactive most of my time. As the crappy year comes to an end, I want to share you some of my pictures you have not seen yet during my time playing Infinite Flight.
My device is not stable enough anymore to run Infinite Flight, this is why I will be leaving mobile flight simulators. Although, I will still be around the community forum. Time for the pictures!
#1 - A-10 Testing in the Sandy Californian Deserts in KEDW
During March of 2019, I have decided to test out both the reworked A-10 and replay files after the first update of 2019. This was my very first high definition screenshot taken.
#2 - On Approach to Cape Town, SA.
This was a very scenic flight from a small Island far away from the Eastern Coastline of Africa, Port Louise. I flew passing through another small Island, then through the massive, stretching Island of Madagascar 🇲🇬, all the way to Cape Town in South Africa. I was flying the rare, extinct Airbus A340-600. 🇿🇦
#3 - Seconds before touchdown in EDDB
As Berlin Brandenburg Airport came to a close recently, I have decided to share this picture. This was an event, a flight from the West to the East, EDDF Frankfurt to EDDB Berlin. 🇩🇪
#4 - Chilling in the land of the Middle East.
Quite of a scenic flight, it was a great opportunity for me to take a flight from the warm, Arabic coastlines in the UAE Capital, Dubai 🇦🇪 to the Polish Capital of Warsaw, Poland. 🇵🇱
A hop across the Scandinavian islands.
The IFATC Schedule had WOW Air as its recommended airline one day. I made a flight from the green, sunny Copenhagen Airport in Denmark 🇩🇰 all the way to the cold, breezy and quite foggy Reykjavik Airport in Iceland 🇮🇸. It was a memorial flight soon after WOW Air ceased operations and filed for bankruptcy.
A European, Everyday rush for UPS
Last year I was making fantastic journeys everyday from one airport to the next as the IFATC Schedule arrives every week. This special day featured UPS specifically, making both Louisville Airport in the US 🇺🇸 and Cologne Bonn airport in Germany 🇩🇪 active during this day.
An Austrian Flight into Innsbruck
I hopped into the turbo prop, Bombardier Dash 8 Q-400 to take a flight from the crowded airport in Vienna in Austria 🇦🇹 to the challenging approach in Innsbruck. This was a journey through the golden Viennese fields to the Snowy, Rocky, Swiss Alps. 🇨🇭
EIVA Wild Rover Leg 5 on approach to Boston Logan.
Last Year Aer Lingus made a tour of the world, visiting airports Aer Lingus never had operated. It was one of the largest event projects created by @Naz taking place every Sunday. It started from Scotland, reaching Iceland, Greenland, Canada and made our way to Boston in the US. This was our fifth flight. ☘️
A waiting line in the Texas Heatwave.
A line of Aer Lingus Aircraft waiting in line for takeoff in Dallas Fort Worth Int’l airport. My first experience of this airport is amazing. It is always busy and the space is massive. It took a while for me to taxi all the way to the beautiful, symmetric Terminal. ☘️
Flying above of the largest abandoned cities in the world
The city of Chernobyl and Prypyat was abandoned 34 years ago after a Nuclear Meltdown has occurred in the nearby Nuclear Power Plant.
This was one of my special events, created in the right moment as Eastern European airports was featured in the IFATC Schedule. Two controllers volunteered to open Gomel Airport in South Belarus 🇧🇾 and Sviatoshyn Airfield in Kiev, Ukraine 🇺🇦. This event was in partnership with the IFGAC thanks to @Balloonchaser.
Click here to view the fun event we had in the event thread, including the map of our route, the further history of Chernobyl, and the inspiration of the Chernobyl Air Tour!
This was a long year, I hope you have enjoyed my pictures, and I will unfortunately have to leave Infinite Flight for a good while. I have no choice but to upgrade into larger devices like PC’s and Laptops. Not sure when I will come back, but as of now I hope you have a Merry Christmas and the upcoming New Year’s Eve! 🌟