FSX Freeware T-45 Goshawk, low flying the Mach Loop in Wales and landing at RAF Valley.

Here I fly a low level route form Birmingham (EGBB) through Wales, trying to recreate the low level training fast jets complete in the area, followed by my effort at a fast jet run in and break at RAF Valley (EGOV).

It is a really enjoyable way to use FSX and the navigation setup in Dino Cattaneo's T-45 Goshawk really does enhance the experience and show off the aircraft's handling.

It's a nice change from the predominant airways flying world often seen in FSX.

The video was shot in 1 go, so does contain a couple of close calls, it's just got the boring straight and level bit edited out. Likewise, for some reason, Youtube has an occasional sound problem not present on the original video.

As a caveat, I don't know the circuit speeds for the Goshawk from memory so I have used approximations which seemed to work nicely.

I hope you enjoy, and if you do, please help me grow my channel by liking, sharing and subscribing.

Dino's T-45 is available as a freeware from his website at:

The flight planning software is Plan-G, not g plan as I stated in the video. It is freeware and works with FSX and X-Plane and is available from http://www.tasoftware.co.uk/


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