Thanks for the info, but Ill still use BomBable for solo practice since I can't play multi player much on my internet! The airplanes that are converted, can you actually damage other aircraft with them?
HB-VANO aka. vanosten. I am a Swiss guy living in DK and due to home-sickness mostly flying virtually over the Alps in fighter planes (Dassault and Saab). In FlightGear I contribute to osm2city.
Having less than 100 hours of flying per year, dogfighting is not an option. However I would like to extend Switzerland scenery with the Axalp shooting range (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUfI1D6WLCA). I will create a different thread for that.
My name is Rob. I live in North wales (land of the Sheep)! I particularly enjoy flying in the Eurofighter (Which I believe I got from this website somewhere...?) as well as the B1b and sometimes the F35. I am glad to be in this forum as I LONG for some air combat! I am hoping to develop some aircraft in future, but need to learn the skills to do so first!
Hey everybody! I hope to bring ATC simulation to the group in a polite and exciting way. I've been using FlightGear since 2014. I started using OpenRadar in 2016. Aviation is one of my real world hobbies and passions and I hope to bring some enthusiasm and fun to the group while keeping a professional aura. You can catch me alot of the time at KSFO as tower or at other towers depending whether SFO is quiet. I'm recently getting acquainted with the KC-135R and hope to being flying with you all soon! You can catch me at the callsigns KSFO_TW, KSUU_TW, GULF(Tanker), CANNON(Fighter), 205(Tomcat), DAL-183, amd N182P. See ya!
Keepin' an Eye Out.
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Hi all, i play flightgear since some years and i already had a little dogfight experience with bombable. I even served as ATC for a couple of years and i usually use airliners when I'm not using military aircraft. My call sign is Delta-star and my old one is Bravo-2. Well see you on the battlefield!
Hello everybody.Greetings from Mexico. I'm recently using flightgear and i hope eventually be able to develop the aircraft systems like radars, electronics or the flight dynamics for the military aircraft, i need to propely guide my learning process. Of course the primary reason is the (direct) fun, i've been improving my flight skills with the Harrier FA2 and now i got the updated Mirage2000-5 and it has a manual also c: I hope to see you soon in the skies.