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Air Canada relieving pressure on Thanksgiving Travelers

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Air Canada picking up a little extra revenue and relieving the pressure on US-based air carriers on this route from San Francisco to Portland on Thanksgiving day 2010.

If celebrated where you are, I hope you had a very enjoyable Thanksgiving day!  Even if not a national holiday for you, I hope it was an awesome day for you – one that made you stop and appreciate life.

Climbing out of the Bay Area turning north.

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Passing Mt. Shasta.

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Descending into the Portland area.

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Correction, Not Air Canada but Scare Canada ;D

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Lovely set of shots!

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Hello,

I bought some days ago REX FS2004.

Mostly I am flying online on the IVAO network.

This morning I had this suprise, while flying from EDDH to EBBR, that suddenly the weather disappeared.

On the departure all was fine, the weather engine generate the weather perfectly, my flightplan in REX was inserted as a FS Commander 9 file.

On the arrival, had a clear sky and 1013 QNH !

The weather had to be displayed as fog and 1009 QNH ...

To avoid this problems, can I use again the weather engine of IVAO and only use REX for the structures of my skies ?

Could this configuration works ?

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Hi Angila,

To get support, please add your REX order number into your signature as per forum rules, please.

Thank you.

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