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On behalf of the ADX team I want to welcome you to what I’m confident will become a great resource; the new ADX Forum. 

I encourage every registered user to share some basic information about yourself so we can all get to know each other and collaborate with each other  

I suggest a great place to start would be your first name, the 4-letter code of your closest international airport, and some fun facts about your simming experience (such as favorite scenery, favorite flight, preferred aircraft, etc)  

Let me start!

Nico

KLGA

I love the visual into rw 15 at Paro (VQPR), expressway visual rw 31 Into KLGA. 

I fly a full motion 737-800 simulator. And I love every minute of it!

 

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Hi Nico,

I'm Joe. I grew up blocks away from KLGA, but now I'm near KCLT.  Although I dabbled in flight sims 10 years ago, I've mainly been an auto racing sim guy for the past 20 years. So I don't really have a favorite flight sim experience.  Unless you count landing on an aircraft carrier in Jane's F/A-18 years ago!  That was a blast.  Wish I could get set up to do that again!  Now I stick mostly to the JARDesigns A320 or the Zibo 737-800 in X-Plane 11.  That full motion thing of yours must be pretty awesome!

 

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AJ

KPHL

My favorite FS experience is to fly online in a group flight with @Nico, but instead of flying a commercial airliner, fly fast jets when all he can fly is a clunky 737. It annoys him a lot ROFL!

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Hello!

I am Ross. Some may know me from the old site and also as 1 of D'Andre's moderators on his Twitch Stream page. I flew my first simulator in 1985 on an IBM with an amber screen. I was hooked. I am still not great at it. I mean I can fly and land but I am not as accomplished as a lot of you probably who fly PMDG's and use VATSIM.

I am 60 years old, Single (thank god!), and a retired veteran. I will be soon moving to Florida to share a house with a friend where the loft will be turned in to a gaming area that will include flight and racing cockpits. I look forward to interacting with you all!    :)

Ross

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3 hours ago, Andrew said:

AJ

KPHL

My favorite FS experience is to fly online in a group flight with @Nico, but instead of flying a commercial airliner, fly fast jets when all he can fly is a clunky 737. It annoys him a lot ROFL!

i don't like flying with you. Between you fighter jets and your helicopters I lose my mind!

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Hi all!

You can call me Matt or Makyoch (I use the latter as my display name nearly everywhere). I'm from near NZCH and now stay near YPPH.
By ways of simming, I love travelling off the beaten track - so to speak. I suppose then it comes as no surprise that I spend most of my time in Africa. My favourite thing is really anything unconventional. Such as trucking my New Zealand-registered C206 around Africa, or bringing a Kenya Airways 737 down in to some Indian Ocean island where the ATC speaks French and has never seen a radar station in his life (fly in to FMCZ some day when ATC's online, you won't regret it!). I suppose I'm happiest when I'm under pressure controlling a TMA during some ridiculously busy event...

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A ridiculously busy event is great, but ground is where it's at; so much more exciting than APP or enroute. I'm from SE England, I guess EGKK or EGLC is the nearest airport, but not by UK scale really - they're each 70+km away, but still the closest commercial fields. I generally fly some commercial plane to airports with RNAV/circling approaches; deliberately choosing the difficult option for the controllers (after all, that's what they're there for right?)

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i am come from hong kong you can also call me benson  i am also work at VHHH . that was a great place ha i think . and also i am an student to study aviation and my company also provide me to study the (ATSEP). by the way nice to meet you all 

i am an 25 years old . 

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50 minutes ago, aeroniemi said:

A ridiculously busy event is great, but ground is where it's at; so much more exciting than APP or enroute. I'm from SE England, I guess EGKK or EGLC is the nearest airport, but not by UK scale really - they're each 70+km away, but still the closest commercial fields. I generally fly some commercial plane to airports with RNAV/circling approaches; deliberately choosing the difficult option for the controllers (after all, that's what they're there for right?)

Yeah I seewhere you're coming from. But I suppose what makes the TMA environment more appealing to me is that everything is always moving (through the air, not rolling down pavement), no matter what... unless the adjacent aerodrome & area controllers are being unduly kind!

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Andrew 

KFRG

I fly primarily commercial jets on VATSIM and occasionally GA aircraft. I do not have a powerful computer at the moment, but I am able to run the payware aircraft which is all that matters. I have controlled on VATSIM with the New York ARTCC for the past four years. I am also a Private Pilot, currently studying for my instrument rating.

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Hi all ... I'm another Ross ... real world I fly with CAP out of KBTV. In the virtual world I fly a B738 using Prosim avionics. My preference is to fly in busy events ... nothing I like more than flying a parallel approach with another aircraft just off my wing headed for the other runway. I also really enjoy events from the ATC side, especially tower ... lots of fun keeping those runways occupied.

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Andrew #4 out of KDTW (Shez! Please I'm begging you! Hit the release button!)

I try to keep an open mind with flight simulators and give them all a try. I have X-Plane 11, Flight Sim World, DCS and P3D. I like what each one brings to the table and can pick what one to fly depending on my mood. With that said, P3Dv4 is my main simulator. I try to keep a broad range of add-ons such as general aviation, helicopters, commercial, as well as airports ranging from small grass strips to regional hubs to international airports. I have what one would say, a little bit of an addiction to buying add-ons. It's really hard to pick a favorite, but I'd say the PMDG 747.

It's a pleasure to meet you all, and to Ross G, thank you for your service.

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Hello My Name Is Christopher,

Home town Airport KCVG

Have to say my favorite visual would be turning on final to rwy 4 into KMSP at night and flying over the Mall Of America. just beautiful.

don't hate me to much but I love flying the Embraer Phenom 300 from Carenado

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Andre

1B9/KOWD

Love flying any aircraft with a glass cockpit (G1000), FF320, and flying in and out of KBOS on XP11.

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Seb

EGLF!!!!

love the complexity of UK airspace, and definately agree with @aeroniemi that Aerodrome control is where  it's at! (I prefer tower personally)

any aircraft relly, but military and any heli's/GA is my favourite really, just more fun to fly!

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Hi All

Neil, From Limerick, Ireland.  For me, VFR flying is the skill to master.  No auto pilot for me, just stick, rudder,  and a copy of a road atlas. I would favour Airfield information / radio controlling,  a lot of fun with a busy circuit / traffic pattern.

 

I mostly fly and control on VATSIM,  I will give this a try to see how it compares

 

 

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11 hours ago, Neil Ryans said:

Hi All

Neil, From Limerick, Ireland.  For me, VFR flying is the skill to master.  No auto pilot for me, just stick, rudder,  and a copy of a road atlas. I would favour Airfield information / radio controlling,  a lot of fun with a busy circuit / traffic pattern.

 

I mostly fly and control on VATSIM,  I will give this a try to see how it compares

 

 

+1 for AFISO/AGO, I'll be there!

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Hello all,

Prithvi Shivaraman

I'm from Chantilly VA and fly out of Leesburg (KJYO). I enjoy flying commercial jets on VATSIM and participating in busy events. I pretty much fly everything from the DH8D to the B744 and from X-Plane 11 to P3D v4! Unlike @Andrew I don't annoy @Nico and enjoy doing group flights with him! In fact group flights are one of my favorite things about VATSIM! I also control at ZNY and like a lot of event level traffic. Additionally, I am a FAA Private Pilot IRL and training for my instrument! My goal is to become a professional airline pilot, and hopefully someday that will be a dream come true!

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On 1/17/2018 at 9:11 AM, Ross said:

Hi all ... I'm another Ross ... real world I fly with CAP out of KBTV. In the virtual world I fly a B738 using Prosim avionics. My preference is to fly in busy events ... nothing I like more than flying a parallel approach with another aircraft just off my wing headed for the other runway. I also really enjoy events from the ATC side, especially tower ... lots of fun keeping those runways occupied.

Nice to meet you Ross!  Haha, I usually go by Ross G. so that should help us from getting confused.  :)

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Hey guys,

BeeJay or OzWookiee here from YMML. I mostly fly bush and regional stuff on FSEconomy for Landing (Badly) Airlines.  Looking forward to the PosCon Network as we want to organise a Super Cub Challenge in BC and a Canyon Run for our groups.

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15 hours ago, OzWookiee said:

Hey guys,

BeeJay or OzWookiee here from YMML. I mostly fly bush and regional stuff on FSEconomy for Landing (Badly) Airlines.  Looking forward to the PosCon Network as we want to organise a Super Cub Challenge in BC and a Canyon Run for our groups.

Oh my man! I love this idea!

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Hello everyone
I wish to greet all the companions who enjoy our common passion, virtual aviation.
I'm JOSE and my international airport is LEMD.
I've been on other networks, and although I love flying the B738 my best experience is giving service as ATC.
I am usually a Euroscope user, and I have a question to learn: Are the sectors of this program valid for the POSCON ATC program?

I know I have a lot to learn here but I trust to do it correctly.

Thanks and see you
JOSE

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Hey All,

I'm Jason (Or Jay-Ryan around the Interwebs)

CYQM - Moncton Romeo Leblanc International Airport

Casual Simming began in 1987 w/MSFS v.3 - Learning a bit of different aspects of flight, but seldom mastering any LOL...  I'm currently fascinated by procedures and baffled at how I can almost always forget at least one step, even with checklists!

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