The Future of ACH and FSE

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Re: The Future of ACH and FSE

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Post by Ricardo Rementería Troncoso » Tue Sep 24, 2019 18:42

It's really quiet here...
Some news...

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There are two pilots from ACH in FSE, ACH1793 Marcelo Castellano from Argentina and my self. Marcelo is busy with a FBO's network in Chiloé and I am building my network in the Araucanía. We have some aircrafts, 2 C-172 Skyhawk's, 2 DCH6-300 Twin Otter's and a Beechcraft Baron 58. They can be used gratis by the ACH-pilots.
For the second Twin Otter I must make a new livery, because of the registration number.
Here it is:
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I know the most of the ACH-pilots prefer to fly with big tubes and long flights.
But if you like just fly, wonder the landscapes, fly between the mountains, over lakes and rivers... well... join us...
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Re: The Future of ACH and FSE

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Post by Ricardo Rementería Troncoso » Wed Oct 02, 2019 14:40

I am flying much more with FSE than with ACH.
I see no other ACH-pilots flying there.
No reactions or comments about ACH-FSE here.

The conclusion is simple: Who wants to take the job over as "owner" of the Air-Child group at FSE?
If nobody wants to do it, I'll close/delete the group at FSE at 15 october 2019.

I've created another group at FSE, "Cono Sur", open for everyone.
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See you there..., maybe...
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Re: The Future of ACH and FSE

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Post by Ricardo Rementería Troncoso » Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:30

Some precisions about the aircrafts used in FSE (at this moment). The most aircrafts are GA's, but... the pilots can also use some airliners.

As example I share the specs of some no-GA-birds used in FSE:
Boeing 737-800: https://drive.google.com/open?id=18RkPC ... KK39vMYQRs
Boeing 747-400: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kUpBc ... mVGxBQSFDF
Boeing 727/100-200: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1j5DJm ... inYX4lz1W0
Airbus A320: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uv7er ... IamecvwlEX
Airbus A321: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1GVufF ... bYUOKdNjYV

I love to kill prejudices...
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Re: The Future of ACH and FSE

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Post by Ricardo Rementería Troncoso » Tue Oct 15, 2019 7:12

De group "Air Child" at FSE is deleted.
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Re: The Future of ACH and FSE

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Post by Jesco Freund » Tue Oct 15, 2019 19:34

I finally managed to set up a jet-friendly route in FSEconomy. I could seize the FBOs at Aalborg (EKYT) and Svalbard (ENSB). Both are at a distance of approx. 1,300 NM, so it's a great 4 hours flight in a E135 or similar (in FSE I only own a Legacy 600, the ERJs are too expensive).

If you want to give it a try, let me know (you can also contact me over at FSE, my handle there is "daemotron").
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