Author Topic: The Lancair IV-P Underrated Single Engine But A Sweet Ride From Zurich to Innsbr  (Read 6405 times)

January 29, 2018, 06:01:09 PM

Offline polymerman

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This video is a FSX flight of a simulated Lancair IV-P aircraft using PRO-ATC/X.  The flight departs from Zurich airport (LSZH) in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland, and arrives at Innsbruck Airport  also know as Kranebitten Airport (LOWI) in Tyrol, Austria. 

 The Lancair IV-P is a very fast little single engine plane that has a pressurized cabin and thus can go to high altitudes.

 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.

  I will concentrate 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.

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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, Aerosoft’s Mega Airport Zurich, Orbx’s sceneries including the Lancair IV-P aircraft and the LOWI airport, Pointsoft PRO-ATC/X, DX10 Scenery Fixer, Active Sky 2016, EZDOK EZCA V2 camera add on.

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. 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.(