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As you know Wizzsim has not been updated for a while.

 

Basically I am getting married which has caused a great deal of stress for both myself and my partner, lets just put it this way it can only happen to us everything that can go wrong has and when I mean everything I mean our wedding planner, our cake maker, the venue, our DJ have all let us down, half the guest's cant come even though we gave a year in advanced notice. We now have just over a month too fix and sort out our wedding from complete disaster. 

 

Getting Married is stressful enough but when everything goes wrong so near to the wedding the stress is almost unbearable

 

Wizzsim will be updated in due cause but I wanted to explain why and now you know.

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FSX Jet2 Airbus A321 Lease FSX Jet2 Airbus A321 Lease Pack

FSX Jet2 Airbus A321 Lease Pack. This package contains two Jet2 textures for the Project Airbus A321: G-POWU, leased from Titan Airways with CFM engines and YL-LCV, leased from SmartLynx with IAE engines. Textures only. Textures by Max Schloegl.

G-POWU YL-LCV2
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Created Sunday, 23 June 2019 22:25
Filename jet2_a321_project_airbus_pack.zip
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Downloads 335
System FSX
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