777 photo stories by PavlinS

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Postby PavlinS » Sat Jan 06, 2018 4:29 pm

Different, usually my schedule of sleeping is separated on 3-4 times per daylight on small brakes - 2-3-4 hours. I do other staff and monitor the fuel in cruise. Also recording flight recorder tapes to use them in videos/screenshots [ currently I do not make videos, so now only screenshots]. And in most cases, I land on the time for landing, but sometimes [ if I am too tired already] I use the sim rate to slow down the plane and land after I woke up.
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Re: 777 photo stories by PavlinS

Postby PavlinS » Sat Jan 06, 2018 5:28 pm

And here's a map of all my flights with AIRAC. It will be updated after every flight:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zhxmMoeg3qZ9mVxSWbUJY47cROYdph9O&usp=sharing
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Re: 777 photo stories by PavlinS

Postby IAHM-COL » Sat Jan 06, 2018 7:24 pm

That's a really elaborated flight schedule!!

Looking good!!
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Re: 777 photo stories by PavlinS

Postby PavlinS » Sat Jan 06, 2018 9:24 pm

Thx, IAHM-COL!. I am trying to be as realistic as possible. Usually, on big long-haul flights, the pilots take a break for sleep every 3-4 hours. I am trying to do the same and flying 24/7.

BTW between flight, I do detailed flight planning - first I use flightradar24.com to find a suitable flight with 777. Then going to simbrief.com and create a flight plan. After downloading the .gpx file I start the sim. I always do a full manual startup, taxiing and manual takeoff mostly, then connecting the A/p [ depending on the DEP SID I chouse]. Most cases before startup I do really detailed flight planning, that takes 5-10 minutes before starting up the plane - it is necessary to do good departure and landing, so I am careful of what I choose and how I'll handle it.
I manage the fuel on the gound, never in the air. I am trying to find a way to manage it properly, but even with fuelplanner.com, there is still a way to be not managed properly. The only thing I am looking for air is how much fuel I have and how much nm I have to pass to the destination. I perform takeoff and part of the climb than I save the tape. Usually, I save five tapes - takeoff, climb, cruise one, cruise two, descending and landing. Postpone after the flight is finished I do the screenshots and start posting here. And in my facebook, also in FlightGear memes page on facebook. That's basically how I made my flights and photo stories here.
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Re: 777 photo stories by PavlinS

Postby PavlinS » Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:29 am

Well, It's time for my new photo story!

Today's flight was VHHH-LSZH on 777-300ER with SWR.
It was afternoon in Hong Kong and the sky looks a bit rainy:

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Well, I've met some serious crosswinds this time and I took off a bit in left:

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First ALT was 5000 than 14000. The SID was interesting because I made some kind of rectangle around the airport:

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At cruise, I was at 36000 feet. It was a pleasant experience as usual, with sightseeing views over Asia [more likely Kazakhstan and Russia, to be exact] and Europe. Sundown was amazing!

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At shot final the time was already pretty late:

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Really good flare at landing, and welcome, people in Zurich!

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Unfortunately, I had to use CPA for this flight, because the next flight is performed only by SW, but hope you like this photo story still!
Thx and cya tomorrow!
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Re: 777 photo stories by PavlinS

Postby PavlinS » Mon Jan 08, 2018 3:48 pm

This is my last screenshots.
Hope you've enjoyed this topic.
The screenshots are from LSZH-KSFO and KSFO-PHNL flights.
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Thx, everyone for visiting. Bye.
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Re: 777 photo stories by PavlinS

Postby V12 » Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:14 am

Very nice and dramatic screenshots - especially low clouds and rainfall with rainbow.


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