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Joey_C

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  1. Noted. Does the Ovation have the same top speed of Acclaim? For I flew at the same level (not too high, around 8000 ft) twice and they have the same top speed. Thanks for clarification!
  2. I apologize that I have messed up Acclaim and Acclaim Ultra. Acclaim has the top speed of 196 knots when Ultra's is much higher. Thanks for the reply, though!
  3. I was flying the M20R and switched to 20TN today. I realized that the red-line speed is 193kn. However, I am aware that, on many websites, M20TN has a top speed of over 230kn. Is this an issue with the AFM M20TN or am I reading the wrong info?
  4. LTU & LTU SUD Boeing B767-300 Series (D-AMUS/D-AMUP) View File This is LTU / LTU SUD Livery for Michael's Boeing 767-300 series The aircrafts, D-AMUS / D-AMUP, are both Boeing 767-300ERs but with different door configuration. D-AMUS is a Boeing 767-3G5(ER), delivered to LTU SUD on 1989. It was later tranferred to Hawaiian as N584HA and withdrawn from use in 2013. D-AMUP is a Boeing 767-33A(ER), delivered to LTU SUD on 1992, also trasferred to Hawaiian as N583HA. Please leave a comment if you find any issue. If you like my work
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    This is LTU / LTU SUD Livery for Michael's Boeing 767-300 series The aircrafts, D-AMUS / D-AMUP, are both Boeing 767-300ERs but with different door configuration. D-AMUS is a Boeing 767-3G5(ER), delivered to LTU SUD on 1989. It was later tranferred to Hawaiian as N584HA and withdrawn from use in 2013. D-AMUP is a Boeing 767-33A(ER), delivered to LTU SUD on 1992, also trasferred to Hawaiian as N583HA. Please leave a comment if you find any issue. If you like my work, feel free to donate and help keeping my workshop going: paypal.me/xpfwshare. Thank you, and happy
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