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Old 07-30-2019, 11:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Having watched several YouTube videos lately of what is now claimed to be one of worlds most dangerous approaches, I think it would be nice to have one of these in 200 scale.

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Old 07-30-2019, 11:58 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would absolutely love to land at that airport. Landings are my favorite part of flying, and this video whets my appetite.
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I am sure you love the Canarsie 13 L ...

Not dangerous of course but much more interesting than an ILS ...

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Crownvic please request Gemini to make the Bhutan Airlines or the Druk Air A319. It has never been made in 400 scale.As for the Paro Airport only 15 pilots are qualified for this approach.I have experienced this flight and it is simply the best.
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Crownvic please request Gemini to make the Bhutan Airlines or the Druk Air A319. It has never been made in 400 scale.As for the Paro Airport only 15 pilots are qualified for this approach.I have experienced this flight and it is simply the best.
I am pushing for both scales!
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I am pushing for both scales!
That would be great.Desperately waiting for Bhutan Airlines A319.
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Respect! I would call it "Fantastic approach into a hole".

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Great approach and landing. Love the livery as well. I am in Russ
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"Fantastic approach into a hole".

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Let's keep this PG-13 guys.
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If you like unusual approaches, check on Google "Approach and landing at Saint Barth".

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Let's keep this PG-13 guys.
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👍😄 Sorry - although this is not the intention what was my idea, I have to agree.
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👍😄 Sorry - although this is not the intention what was my idea, I have to agree.
I know. I was just teasing. Lol
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Quite an "oddball" approach...and this is in ideal conditions...
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Some spectacular airmanship there.

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For me the best is still this approach (MUST be seen with sound!!!)

https://youtu.be/7mxmFCw-Dig

PS: Have been flown this over 30 years ago...
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JP found this one approach landing at Saint Barth a small inland in the French Caribbean


enjoy this footage -----> https://youtu.be/rKhHHADNBh8
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Neat! The livery reminds me a bit of the Surinam DC-8 IF200 did.
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