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New tutorial videos by Andrey Tsapenko

From Amsterdam Schipol to Paris CDG with instructions

Andrey Tsapenko has again made two very good videos that we strongly recommend: He has made a tutorial flight from Amsterdam Schipol (EHAM) to Paris Charles de Gaulle (LFPG). All the steps that are required to make a perfect flight are explaines in the video and with words. Five stars for Andreys works!
Here are the links to the videos:
Part 1: Startup and takeoff
Part 2: Landing and shutdown
Thanks to Andrey! Enjoy the tutorial!

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    The x737project team has released x737project version 5.0.3 today. This version is compatible to X-Plane 10 and 11. As always x737project version 5.0.3 is free for all users. A changelog is attached below. We wish all x737project pilots many good flights!

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