Thomson & British Airways

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Re: Thomson & British Airways

Post by sanins192 » 09 Jan 2010, 00:49

Superb! REX looks very good in these shots. I'm going to miss your sets when it comes to April.

http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h9/flypaul/xmas2.jpg
I'll be there next month! Can't wait for it, although with the weather we've been having recently I see little difference!
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Re: Thomson & British Airways

Post by flypaul » 09 Jan 2010, 03:55

sanins192 wrote:Superb! REX looks very good in these shots. I'm going to miss your sets when it comes to April.

http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h9/flypaul/xmas2.jpg
I'll be there next month! Can't wait for it, although with the weather we've been having recently I see little difference!
Wow.....is this a holiday that you are taking? who will you be flying with? :)
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Re: Thomson & British Airways

Post by RatherBFlyin » 09 Jan 2010, 15:26

Stunning as always! My only gripe is the amount of heat-blur applied to the screenshots on approach. The engines are at relatively low power settings during the approach and landing phase of flight, so the blurring effect of the engine exhaust is minimal and almost always impossible to detect with the naked eye.

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Re: Thomson & British Airways

Post by flypaul » 09 Jan 2010, 17:24

RatherBFlyin wrote:Stunning as always! My only gripe is the amount of heat-blur applied to the screenshots on approach. The engines are at relatively low power settings during the approach and landing phase of flight, so the blurring effect of the engine exhaust is minimal and almost always impossible to detect with the naked eye.
Cheers! your right....i'll remember that the next time! :)
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Re: Thomson & British Airways

Post by sanins192 » 09 Jan 2010, 18:19

flypaul wrote:
sanins192 wrote:Superb! REX looks very good in these shots. I'm going to miss your sets when it comes to April.

http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h9/flypaul/xmas2.jpg
I'll be there next month! Can't wait for it, although with the weather we've been having recently I see little difference!
Wow.....is this a holiday that you are taking? who will you be flying with? :)
It's a holiday booked through school. We're flying with Icelandair out of Heathrow, so it should be with a 757-200 or -300 (I haven't looked at the exact flight number yet).
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Re: Thomson & British Airways

Post by flypaul » 09 Jan 2010, 20:16

sanins192 wrote:
flypaul wrote:
sanins192 wrote:Superb! REX looks very good in these shots. I'm going to miss your sets when it comes to April.

http://i60.photobucket.com/albums/h9/flypaul/xmas2.jpg
I'll be there next month! Can't wait for it, although with the weather we've been having recently I see little difference!
Wow.....is this a holiday that you are taking? who will you be flying with? :)
It's a holiday booked through school. We're flying with Icelandair out of Heathrow, so it should be with a 757-200 or -300 (I haven't looked at the exact flight number yet).
Very nice! yes it should be the B757-200! make sure you take some pics!
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