One of the most powerful features of a Flight Simulator is the ability to fly places that you neither have the time nor money to get to. Saba in the Caribbean is one such example of a distant challenging airport. With a single 400m (1312ft) runway and nothing but water on each end this is no place for a long landing or roll out.
The Saba Saba consists of completing three successful take offs and landings in three different aircraft: Single engine piston, Twin piston, & Twin Turboprop.
Episode 1: Cessna 172
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Why fly a simulator when you could fly an airplane?