I have been looking at routes for flying small aircraft transatlantic to Europe. I was thinking the Cessna 182 or Mooney Bravo being used as equipment. The truth of the matter is I am considering a flight simulator trip, but wanted it to be as realistic as possible. The routes I was looking at are the semi-standard northern route and southern route. The northern route takes you up through Maine, into Canada (St John's, Gander, or Goose Bay), across to Greenland (Narsarsuaq), over to Iceland, and down in to Irelend, England, Scotland, or Wales. The southern route is probably too long a trip for the 182 or Bravo, and involves leaving the North Carolina coast, flying to Bermuda, then a long hop to Santa Maria in the Azores, then across to Portugal or Spain. I was wondering if anyone on here had ever made a transatlantic trip in a small aircraft, and if they had any information about how to make this virtual trip more realistic.
I did see the thread about international flying in experimental category aircraft. Because my request was somewhat different from anything in that thread, I posted a new one.
Thank you for any information.