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Title: Riding with a Duke from Melbourne(YMML), VIC to Launceston (YMLT), TAS
Post by: polymerman on February 19, 2018, 03:58:38 PM

This video is a FSX flight of a simulated Beechcraft Duke Turbine aircraft using PRO-ATC/X.  The flight departs from Melbourne International Airport  (YMML), a.k.a. Tullarmarine Airport, in Tullamarine, Victoria, Australia and arrives at Launceston Airport (YMLT) in the rural area of Western Junction near Launceston, Tasmania.

 Based on YouTube analytical data,  I’ve changed the format of my flight videos.   The average person only watches for about 2 minutes.

The best I can do with a flight is about 20 minutes. (Sometimes less time but usually because of the wonderful scenery more time.)

 I am concentrating on departures, landings and scenery while still having most of the important air traffic control (ATC) commands too.

 I am retired and a hobby flight simulator enthusiast user name Polymerman.

I would be pleased for viewers to subscribe to my OVER YOUR HEAD PRODUCTIONS channel for new releases at:

This is a non-commercial  hobby youtube channel. 
This channel enables me to have a year round fun hobby and share it with others of similar interests.

The following credits are from my elder memory so please forgive me if I leave some out:
 (Please post a comment and I’ll try and update this area if possible.)

Microsoft FSX Steam, Dovetail, Orbx’s scenery including YMML and YMLT , Pointsoft PRO-ATC/X, DX10 Scenery Fixer, Active Sky 2016, EZDOK EZCA V2,
and the now defunct team at RealAir Simulations for their Beechcraft Duke V2.

A special thank you goes to:
1. Marcel Verheydt for the Pro-Atc/X voicesets (  I used voice “US Richard” as the copilot or PNF.
2. Samuel Freeman for sharing his AU Flight chatter sounds.
3. Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), a free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. Download and start streaming quickly and easily on Windows, Mac or Linux.(