A short supply flight from Anchorage (PANC) to Kodiak (PADQ) with an Alaska Air Cargo 737-800 BCF (Zibo 737). Now this is only a little sneak peak and I plan to upload some X-Plane or possibly MSFS2020 content in the future besides KSP content where I show more detailed phases of flight and not only takeoff and landing.
For this flight, it is a short flight from the big Anchorage cargo airport to the small Kodiak airport on Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska. The landing was not the smoothest (around 140 fpm) but in my defense the runway is pretty short, I had 22 metric tons of cargo loaded and a go around is not possible after touchdown due to terrain so I focused on planting the aircraft into the touchdown zone.
Simulator: X-Plane 11
Mods: N/A (long list, will add in a full video)
Recorded with NVIDIA Shadowplay
Edited with Hitfilm 12
Original Res: 2560x1440p @ 60Hz
CPU: i7 9700K
GPU: Zotac GTX 1070
RAM: 32gb DDR4 3200mhz Trident Z
Board: Asus Z390A Prime
Case: NZXT H700i
PSU: Corsair RM650X
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