I’m posting this to the public forum rather than the Members area as there has been some discussion about the different levels of activity being so high in the members forum!
Click “Attatchment” to see the graphical map of where my SR20 has been in the last 200 hours.
This is the EngineView Mapping window from my first 200 hours in the SR20. It traces picking up the plane in Eelde to England, Scotland, Belfast, all the west of Scotland and the SE England and trips down to Bordeaux france and Bairitz on the Spanish border.
However you will notice that my plane has never flown between 0 degrees and 1 degree West. My warp drive has kicked in, and the plane has entered a wormhole each time, jumping me a whole 60 miles or so west each time I fly between Greenwich and Farnbough!
I’m very supprised that the local UK radar services have not complained. Perhaps this brings a new meaning to the words “Pop-Up Traffic” ???
I will attatch the enginewatch data to another post (Just incase ARNAV want to grab the file for debugging purposes!, or anyone else wants to download engine view and “play the data”)
Isn’t it fun to ba able to share this data, if everyone posted their flight data, someone could join it all up and draw a map of every place a Cirrus had flown in the world. The ferry flight data would be good to get hold of, but my Engine Management was a retro fit!