while having fun with the Avro 504, I'd like to suggest couple of semi-historical flights:
1. From Manston (EGMH), Great Britain - to Amiens (LFAY), France
This is the re-creation of a historical Channel crossing of the Royal Air Corps squadrons on the 13th of August 1914. About 50 planes performed that flight going to support British Expeditionary Force together with Belgian and French troops which were fighting with advancing German army.
2. From Chaux (LFGG), France - through Friedrichshafen (EDNY) /stay airborne!/, Germany - to Chaux (LFGG), France
This would be a re-creation of a historical mission from 21st November 1914 when four Avro 504's took off with bombs to attack Zeppelin works. The mission was successful. Various installations, including hydrogen plant were hit. One plane was shot down and lost.
If you will have more ideas, please share them here!
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