Around the World in a tbd # of days

### Brampton, Ontario -> Montréal, Québec

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Departing CNC3 just after 1400 local time. Winds NW at 12 mph, temp 31 degrees F, light rain mixed with flurries, visibility poor.





the one and only glimpse of blue sky



not the best view of Toronto, unfortunately



Flight plan took us along the northern coast of Lake Ontario, until we met the St. Lawrence River, then followed it all the way to Montreal



visibility remained quite poor, and temps dropped about 20 degrees. Didn't experience any icing effects thankfully



the conditions on approach. Enduring the taunts and jeers of the cackling haters during the nervy descent



made it just fine however

Flight Time - 2:16
Distance - 310 NM
Fuel Burn - 312 KG
Landing Force - -0.01 G
Landing Speed - 56 KTS

### Next Flight Departing Montréal, Québec, destination Québec City, Québec

### Boarding 0500 Central 11/24/2023

yes I know it's early that's when I have time. But it works better for non-western hemisphere forum people

come hang out if you can

https://discord.gg/fjfKqdJW

@“yeso”#p141684

if we are going full realism, will you feel the need to circumnavigate situations like an explosion at the [niagra border crossing](https://www.nytimes.com/live/2023/11/22/nyregion/rainbow-bridge-explosion-niagara-falls), assuming they would restrict airspace?

this particular situation seems nbd, but it did make me wonder

simulating flight rn

### Montréal, Québec -> Québec City, Québec

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Conditions on takeoff
Overcast skies
Outside temp 29 F
Dewpoint 14 F
Pressure/Altimeter 30.06 in
Wind direction 310 degrees at 16 kts, gusting to 24 kts

>!

Cold and dark for preflight checks



Sun rising just in time for departure at 0623 local time



Took advantage of the relative clear conditions to do some sightseeing in Montreal



passenger making note of Olympic Stadium, former home of the dearly departed Expos - largely unsuccessful team that nevertheless featured a number of the coolest players in MLB history (Dawson, Raines, Vlad, Pedro, etc.), and of course Youppi! - the exclamation point is part of his name.



Also stopped by the Biosphere, the name of which we momentarily had confused with Pauly Shore's Bio-dome







Heading NW up the St Lawrence River. Despite the cold and somewhat windy conditions, it was a peaceful early AM flight



Flight Time - 00:51
Distance - 151 NM
Fuel Burn - 175 KG
Landing Force - 1.02 G
Landing Speed - 70 kts

### Next Flight Sunday 11/26 boarding 1845 Central

### Departing Québec City, Québec -> Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

we will of course be attempting to geo-locate the green gables house

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working late so we'll be taking off at 1930 tonight instead

https://discord.gg/fjfKqdJW

learning about Canada

https://www.google.com/maps/@47.5720222,-53.5662022,14.72z?entry=ttu

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https://www.google.com/maps/@47.157707,-53.5901953,15.63z?entry=ttu

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https://www.google.com/maps/@47.5163819,-53.5646413,15.21z?entry=ttu

they know what theyre doing

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Dildo,+NL,+Canada/@47.5706202,-53.5555661,3a,75y,90t/data=!3m8!1e2!3m6!1sAF1QipOZzs8ouuC6xHnHhE8Tzq0RkKVFBGj1e4dNnaNV!2e10!3e12!6shttps:%2F%2Flh5.googleusercontent.com%2Fp%2FAF1QipOZzs8ouuC6xHnHhE8Tzq0RkKVFBGj1e4dNnaNV%3Dw203-h114-k-no!7i4032!8i2268!4m7!3m6!1s0x4b73373f77e942bd:0x435c8ad09adc12c!8m2!3d47.5706202!4d-53.5555661!10e5!16zL20vMDE5bXlu?entry=ttu

come on now

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Dildo,+NL,+Canada/@47.5706202,-53.5555661,3a,75y,90t/data=!3m8!1e2!3m6!1sAF1QipPHtwWuwJC8RiRbzDilcBBWZTTL0AK9YUG7f7vx!2e10!3e12!6shttps:%2F%2Flh5.googleusercontent.com%2Fp%2FAF1QipPHtwWuwJC8RiRbzDilcBBWZTTL0AK9YUG7f7vx%3Dw203-h128-k-no!7i3594!8i2268!4m7!3m6!1s0x4b73373f77e942bd:0x435c8ad09adc12c!8m2!3d47.5706202!4d-53.5555661!10e5!16zL20vMDE5bXlu?entry=ttu

@“yeso”#p142051 the jokes write themselves

(big love to my newfoundlurkers)

### Québec City, Québec -> Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

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Conditions at takeoff
Few clouds
Outside temp 31 F
Dewpoint 16 F
Pressure/Altimeter 29.47 in
Wind Direction260 degrees at 4 kts

>!

Pretty relaxing flight over to Charlottetown from Quebec City. We didn‘t have a lot of daytime so didn’t do much sightseeing, plus ATC had us flying at 13,000 ft most of the way so not much to see other than clouds.

Note we‘ve ditched the cargo pod. We’ll need to fly as light as possible to make it the Azores



mentioned this on another stream but we have an add-on that injects irl air traffic into the game, so that Air Canada Rouge A320 represents a real flight boarding at Quebec City



thats a fancy ass hotel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Château_Frontenac





Leaving New Brunswick and heading out over the Northumberland Strait



On approach over Charlottetown





Flight Time - 2:02
Distance - 360 NM
Fuel Burn - 293 KG
Landing Force - 1.03 G
Landing Speed - 60 kts

### Next Flight Thursday 11/30 boarding 0500 Central

### Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island -> St. John's, Newfoundland

This will be our last stop in North America for the foreseeable future, after New Foundland we'll be crossing the Atlantic by way of Ilha do Corvo

Haven't been able to join in for any streams but I love this thread

reminder 11/30 0500 I promise I wont talk about streamers

### Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island -> Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

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Conditions at takeoff
Partly Cloudy
Outside temp - 22 F
Dewpoint - 11F
Pressure/Altimeter - 30.06 in
Wind Direction - 190 degrees at 5 kts

OK so the important thing is that no one was hurt. But a minor incident occurred while taxiing prior to departure. I am confident that the FAA investigation will conclude that it was the controller's fault.

>!

basically what happened was the aircraft was taxiing just a little too fast because, it could be argued, certain passengers were being pushy about seeing Anne of Green Gables's house. This was more implied than said, but still, the argument could be made.



The front gear got bent and then we apparently damaged a Pitot tube on the runway. It happened pretty fast and this is the best screenshot I could get, but the Pitot damage makes sense if it clipped the asphalt as the plane pitched forward. The Pitot tube is this doohicky here



we also somehow damaged the Horizontal Stability Indicator which is this thing



Luckily no serious damage but we had to pay full price because I forgot to take out insurance in this plane



took a small hit to our reputation but whatever



Went ahead and bought insurance. Still cheaper premium than a Hyundai these days am I right

Flight Time - 0:00
Distance - 0 NM
Fuel Burn - 12 KG
Landing Force - 2.82 G
Landing Speed - 14 kts

### Next Flight Friday 12/1 boarding 0500 Central

### Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island -> St. John’s, Newfoundland

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@“yeso”#p142454 OK so the important thing is that no one was hurt.

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@“yeso”#p142454 Landing Force - 2.82 G

I spilled my tea!!!

no refunds

I‘m glad no one was hurt. I forgot to get up on time so I went to Pat O’Malley's Jet Room to eat and look at planes.


@“DaveedNoo”#p142467 I haven’t been to Oshkosh since I was a kid, I should get back there one of these years