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#Sightseeing #Real-Life #Nature France Exclusive Drag and Drop

During this Bushtrip you will discover the grands sites of Occitanie (top occitania sites). You have 10 legs to fly for a 5 hours trip.

Leaving from Montpellier/Mediterranee airport, you will go to Camargues delta and fly over Arles, then discover Pont du Gard before going up to Cevennes mountains and Larzac plateau. You will see the impressive Millau viaduct and land near famous Airbus plant at Toulouse. You need a rest before going to fly over Pyrenees in France and Spain, visiting medieval city of Carcasonne and finaly landing at Montpellier.


Created using: BushTripInjector
Current Version by BuffyGC

Many thanks to BuffyGC for an excellent tool which he is continuously working to improve.

1) The aircraft used is the Robin DR400-140B Dauphin. Apart from exceptional visibility for sightseeing, this plane features a fuel naturally aspirated, air-cooled, four-cylinder, direct-drive engines. You will start "cold and dark" at Montpellier with 70% fuel. You can refill fuel at airport but don't take too much fuel for the leg number 7 (max 30%).

Regardless of the engine being "naturally aspirated", this is not a racing plane.  It is slow to accelerate.  Be very careful about your intital climb-out, make sure you have plenty of room to gain a bit of airspeed (pref > 90 knots) before attempting any climbs faster than 100-200 fpm. On leg number 7 when you leave Bagneres-De-Luchon don't hesitate to circle before going to the mountains, you will need at least 8.000 feet to cross the first pass.

2) The Navlog instructions are detailed but you will have to be very careful on the landscape to not get lost. This Bushtrip is a real VFR and the aircraft doesn't have GPS with your position.


1) Montpellier/Mediterranee (LFMT) to Nimes-Garons (LFTW) - Overfly Camargues Delta, medieval city of Aigues-Mortes and city of Arles
2) Nimes-Garons (LFTW) to Ales-Deaux (LFMS) - See famous Pont du Gard bridge 
3) Ales-Deaux (LFMS) to Millau-Larzac (LFCM) - Following gorges of the Herault up to Larzac plateau
4) Millau-Larzac (LFCM) to Albi-Le Sequestre (LFCI) - See Viaduc de Millau bridge and follow gorges of the Tarn
5) Albi-Le Sequestre (LFCI) to Toulouse-Blagnac (LFBO) - Follow A68 motorway to Toulouse
6) Toulouse-Blagnac (LFBO) to Bagneres-De-Luchon (LFCB) - From Toulouse to Pyrenees mountains
7) Bagneres-De-Luchon (LFCB) to La Cerdagne (LECD) - Fly over the mountains
8) La Cerdagne (LECD) to Carcasonne-Salvaza (LFMK) - See Canigou peak
9) Carcasonne-Salvaza (LFMK) to Agde-Vias (LFMU) - Follow Canal du Midi channel
10) Agde-Vias (LFMU) to Nimes-Garons (LFTW) - Fly along the beach


1) Robin DR400-140B Dauphin

2) Millau Viaduct
Current Version 1.2 by Thalixte

3) Nimes-Garons (LFTW)
Current Version 2.0 by Sebastien Montagne

4) Arles city
Current Version 1.1 by jeremy160189

5) Carcasonne walled city
Current Version 1.1 by Thalixte


1) LECD La Cerdagne aerodrome

Pretty empty over here.

Pretty empty over here.

  • Launched January 11, 2021

    Initial release of this file just launched. Welcome aboard!

Pretty empty over here.

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    February 19, 2021

    Really enjoyed this. One of my favourite places in the world. Great weather settings. Some great landings. The legs over the Pyrenees were a bit tough to navigate though and I wish the waypoint descriptions would have been more helpful for navigation.

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    January 17, 2021

    Really precise and impressive. In Toulouse, I landed on LFBF instead of LFBO. I didn't understand why my mission was not finished ...
    I really enjoyed to discover all these sites, thank you very much

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    January 12, 2021

    Excellent! Easy to navigate, easy to find POIs! Exciting views!

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    January 12, 2021

    Correct link for Viaduc de Millau :
    Correct link for Arles :
    Correct link for Carcassonne :

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    guilhem034 replied Author
    January 12, 2021
    Fixed just now. I think there is a problem with tool to create links.
    Merlin83 replied
    January 12, 2021
    Thanks ! Links are now correct.
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    January 11, 2021

    If your bushtrip is strictly VFR why is the first leg named IFR-Montpellier-Mission?

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    guilhem034 replied Author
    January 12, 2021
    Folder name is "IFR" but bushtrip is VFR. Folder name come from LittleNavAid and will be changed on next changelog.

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