Emoticons
smilesmile
delighted
grin
hahaha
lool
shocked 2
bugeyed
thumbup
cool
wink
appl
bow
applreac
tnks
bye
whistle
angry 1
wall
argue
sadrain
cry3587
hug
sleepy
ashamed
thinking
love
ass
yes
confused
confused2
dance
gator
false angel
eat
cola
drunk
box
bounce
chill
duck
pcrage
awfulsinger
sing
dancing banana
team
popcorn
smoker
cigar
old
[b][/b]
[i][/i]
[u][/u]
[code][/code]
[quote][/quote]
[spoiler][/spoiler]
[url][/url]
[img][/img]
[video][/video]
[mail][/mail]
[pre][/pre]
[strike][/strike]
[big][/big]
[small][/small]
Farben
[rot][/rot]
[rot2][/rot2]
[blau][/blau]
[blau1f][/blau1f]
[blau11][/blau11]
[gruen][/gruen]
[gruen1][/gruen1]
[turkis][/turkis]
[grge][/grge]
[gelb][/gelb]
[orange][/orange]
[lila][/lila]
[mauve][/mauve]
[weiss][/weiss]
[grau1][/grau1]
[schwarz][/schwarz]
Lamplighter
Piper Cub
Posts: 12 | Points: 40 | Last online: 06.28.2014
Name
Kevin Mee
Date of birth
7. July 1961
Location
Nottingham UK.
Date registered
03.17.2014
Description
Spend most of my days up the air (unfortunately not in a plane) I repair street lights for living ! My main hobby is flight simming, my active collections at the moment are FSX, X-Plane 10, X-Plane 9, Aerofly fs, IL Sturmovik Cliffs of Dover, Lock On and Wings of Prey. I'm also enjoying Arma 3. Spend tooooooo much time on computer !
Sex
male
Your FS rig (PC only, full cockpit sim etc)
not specified
What Flight Simulator/s do you use?
FSX,X-Plane 9,X-Plane 10,Aerofly FS,Other
A short history of your FS experience (when did you start simming, your first sim etc)
Around about 1999/2000 with Microsoft combat flight simulator 1. then 2 then fs9.
How realistic do you sim-fly?
I usually try to stay realistic, but if I can't get a certain thing to function, I may or may not bother too much to learn how it works
What addons do you use?
not specified
Your favorite real-world (not FS addon) aircraft:
Mainly Carenado stuff
Your favorite liveries of all times (place the top ones at the beginning)
not specified
Your favorite airlines (place the top ones at the beginning)
not specified
Your favorite real-world (not FS addon) airports:
No favorites.
What predominates in your FS hangar?
Freeware and payware, approx. 50-50
What predominates in your addon scenery collection?
Freeware and payware, approx. 50-50
Your favorite addon sceneries:
X-Planes Canadian Rockies and Oahu. FSX ...FTX England.
Your favorite addon aircraft:
Cessna 337 Skymaster (at the moment)
Are you a member of a virtual airline?
No
What fascinates you the most?
Light props
Do you usually fly multiplayer?
not specified
How about screenshots?
I very much enjoy taking pics and I do so at almost every flight, but that doesn't mean I'm not striving to be as realistic as possible
Are you into FS videos?
I make videos from time to time
Addon addiction:
I sometimes get some new goodies for my sim
Your favorite aviation quotation
not specified
    • Lamplighter has created the topic "Fighter control ". 03.28.2014

    • Lamplighter has created the topic "Some of the ways i do it ". 03.28.2014

    • Lamplighter has written a comment on "fsx 2014-03-26 13-40-17-10". 03.28.2014
      • Lamplighter has uploaded a new picture 03.28.2014
      • Lamplighter has uploaded a new picture 03.28.2014
      • Lamplighter has uploaded a new picture 03.28.2014
      • Lamplighter has uploaded a new picture 03.28.2014
    • Lamplighter has written a new post "Eurofighter Typhoons at RAF Coningsby " 03.27.2014

      Yeah me and by old mate Dave go there often, its just about two hours drive from here. The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is based there and we are members so we can tour the hanger with all the Spitfires, Hurricanes and the Lancaster are kept. So whenever we get a day off work together we go fill our boots with all things aeroplane

    • Lamplighter has written a new post "Eurofighter Typhoons at RAF Coningsby " 03.27.2014

      Quote: Lamplighter wrote in post #1



      Just spent the afternoon at RAF Conningsby today, watching the Typhoons go about their daily sorties and seeing no fewer than 4 performance take offs ! For those not in the know, they take off on full afterburner, lifting off in just a few hundred meters of runway and pointing the nose up almost vertically and power straight up in to the sky, its an awesome spectacle

Recipient
Lamplighter
Subject:


text:

Sign up, to leave a comment


Xobor Create your own Forum with Xobor