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The Ultimate Guide to Winning the Paro VQPR Tournament with [FSX P3D] Aerosoft - FSDG - Paro VQPR Hack


How to Hack Your Way to Victory in the Paro VQPR Tournament




If you ever wondered "Where is that one airport that really challenges my pilot skills?" Here it is! Paro, Bhutan is widely considered the hardest and most dangerous approach in the world. Far more difficult than Saint Maarten or Madeira, even more difficult than the legendary Hong Kong Kai Tak which has long ago been shut down. Without any navigational aids like ILS or PAPI all you have for your journey down the small valley high up in the Himalayan mountains is your own pilot skills and the knowledge that you're one of the only eight privileged pilots allowed to land at this beautiful place"




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In this article, I'm going to show you how you can hack your way to victory in the Paro VQPR tournament, a thrilling competition that tests your flying skills and rewards you with amazing prizes. You'll learn how to use the [FSX P3D] Aerosoft - FSDG - Paro VQPR add-on, a realistic and stunning scenery package that enhances your flight simulation experience and gives you some secret advantages over your rivals. By following this guide, you'll be able to enjoy the challenge of landing at Paro airport, admire the beauty of Bhutan, and win the tournament with ease.


The Paro VQPR airport: A brief overview of its features and history




Paro airport (IATA: PBH, ICAO: VQPR) is the only international airport in Bhutan and serves as the main gateway to this Himalayan kingdom. It is located 6 km (3.7 mi) from Paro town in a deep valley on the bank of the Paro river at an elevation of 2,235 m (7,333 ft). The airport has a single runway (15/33) that is 1,964 m (6,445 ft) long and 30 m (98 ft) wide. The runway has no instrument landing system (ILS) or precision approach path indicator (PAPI), which means that pilots have to rely on their visual skills and experience to land safely.


The airport was built by India in 1968 and was initially used only by Druk Air, the national flag carrier of Bhutan. The first international flight was operated by Druk Air in 1983 from Kolkata, India. Since then, Druk Air has expanded its network to include destinations such as Bangkok, Delhi, Dhaka, Kathmandu, Singapore, and more. In 2012, Bhutan Airlines became the second airline to operate from Paro airport, offering flights to Bangkok and Kolkata. The airport also serves as a base for Royal Bhutan Helicopter Services, which provides charter flights and emergency services.


The airport is famous for its challenging approach and landing procedures, which require special training and certification for pilots. Only eight pilots in the world are qualified to land at Paro airport, four from Druk Air and four from Bhutan Airlines. The approach involves flying through a narrow valley surrounded by mountains that are as high as 5,500 m (18,000 ft). The pilots have to make sharp turns and steep descents while avoiding obstacles such as houses, trees, power lines, and temples. The landing requires precise alignment with the runway and a smooth touchdown at a high speed. The margin for error is very low and any mistake can be fatal.


The Paro VQPR tournament: A description of the rules and rewards




The Paro VQPR tournament is a virtual competition that simulates landing at Paro airport using Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) or Prepar3D (P3D). The tournament is open to anyone who owns a copy of FSX or P3D and has installed the [FSX P3D] Aerosoft - FSDG - Paro VQPR add-on. The tournament runs every month and has different categories based on aircraft type, weather conditions, time of day, and difficulty level. The participants have to submit their landing videos or screenshots along with their landing statistics such as vertical speed, touchdown point, alignment error, etc.


The tournament is judged by a panel of experts who evaluate each landing based on various criteria such as accuracy, smoothness, realism, technique, etc. The winners are announced at the end of each month and receive prizes such as gift vouchers, merchandise, software licenses, etc. The prizes are sponsored by Aerosoft, FSDG, SimMarket, FlightSim.com, AVSIM.com,


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