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Lauri FIN918:
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Hello!

The United States division will handle out a Real Flight Event (RFE) in Dallas/Fort Worth (KDFW/DFW) airport in Saturday, January 25th, 2014, from 1600Z (1000AM CST) to 0400Z (1000PM CST). We have hundreds of flights available to give you a most realistic experience as possible, with plenty of traffic and ATC service.

How to participate?

As a pilot: Go to RFE Website and book your flight! Don't forget to read the Pilot Briefing.
As an ATC: If you hold a GCA for US, please, send an e-mail to us-ec@ivao.aero saying at least your intended position and time frame that you intend to be on duty. We'll make a process and confirm your position in the week before the event.

We hope to see you with us!


rfe.ivaous.org

Lauri FIN918:
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Building on the success of our Airbridge events, IVAO UK & IVAO SE are pleased to announce the latest airbridge event.
All members are invited to join us on the 25th January 2014 18z-22z to fly between these two great cities, with top down ATC coverage you can expect it to be busy so have your charts at the ready.

Why not dust off your favourite aircraft and join us in some of Europe’s busiest airspace.

Routes
EGKK-ESAA: CLN UL620 ARTOV UM604 LARGA UP144 SOPTO P144 GOLUM N866 AAL N607 BAK N873 ARS T317 ELTOK
ESSA-EGKK: DKR N872 ELPAX Z703 ALS N872 DEMIR UN872 PAM UL980 LOGAN UL980 TRIPO

Scenery
EGKK
Pay & Free: http://www.uk2000scenery.com/newsite/My_Homepage_Files/Page31.html
ESSA
Paid: http://en.shop.aerosoft.com/eshop.php?action=article_detail&s_supplier_aid=10723&shopfilter_category=Flugsimulation
Free: http://www.rbdesign.se/swedflight.html

Charts
EGKK: http://www.nats-uk.ead-it.com/public/index.php%3Foption=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=93&Itemid=142.html
ESSA: http://lfv.se/sv/FPC/IAIP/AD/AD2T/ESSA/


We hope to see you there for our first airbridge of the year.

Welcome!

Lauri FIN918:
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It's that time of year again, IVAO UK along with many of the major IVAO European/American Divisions welcome you to the next Atlantic Crossing event. We will be departing Europe and heading westbound across the pond towards Canada & Florida.

We have a whole load of European Airports you can fly from. They are:

- EGKK – London Gatwick
- EBBR - Brussels International Airport
- ELLX – Luxembourg Airport
- EHAM - Amsterdam Airport
- EKCH - Copenhagen Airport
- LFPG - Paris Charles De Gaulle
- LIMC – Milan Malpensa
- LIPZ – Venezia Tessera
- LEMD - Madrid–Barajas Airport
- LPPT – Lisbon Airport
- LPLA – Larjes Airport
- ENZV – Stavanger
- ENGM – Oslo Gardermoen
- ULLI – St.Petersburg
- UUDD – Moscow Domodedovo
- LSZH – Zurich Airport
- EDDP – Leipzig

As said at the beginning of the post we are heading off to the snowy land of Canada as well as the sunny land of Florida. The US and Canadian division are kindly providing us service with these airports.

- KMIA - Miami International Airport
- KMCO – Orlando International Airport
- CYYZ – Toronto Pearson Airport
- CYUL - Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

Pilots who depart from any of the European airports, will route via Shanwick and Gander for the Atlantic crossing. The route will be fully staffed for the entire crossing to ensure realism for all involved! Please note that departures from Madrid, Lisbon and Larjes will route through Santa Maria towards New York Oceanic and that way to America.

During the event the will you meet up with pilots from all the other divisions and head across the Atlantic on certain tracks toward Canada. This will hopefully give you a taste of what is like in real life as all the long haul aircrafts fly across the Atlantic to Canada and America.

We would encourage pilots to fly in groups with their division to ensure the event is as fun as possible for all pilots and gives everybody a mini-event within the main huge Atlantic Crossing event.

This year we are introducing time slots for all pilots to obtain their clearances and gain entry into the tracks which are split into divisions. We strongly advise all pilots to stick to these as much as possible to ensure the event runs as smoothly as possible. Failure to do so may cause a significant backlog and delays with the oceanic entry. Please see the time slots below;

Take off times
Russia:  1030z – 1130z
Germany: 1145z – 1245z
Denmark: 1200z – 1230z
Norway: 1300z – 1330z
Belgium: 1220z – 1250z
Italy: 1210z – 1240z
France: 1320z – 1350z
Portugal: 1400z – 1430z
Spain: 1415z – 1445z
Netherlands: 1430z – 1500z
Swiss: 1345z – 1415z
Great Britain: 1615z – 1645z

Oceanic Clearence times
Russia:  1300z – 1400z
Germany: 1300z – 1400z
Denmark: 1330z – 1400z
Norway: 1400z – 1430z
Belgium: 1400z – 1430z
Italy: 1430z – 1500z
France: 1500z – 1530z
Portugal: 1530z – 1615z
Spain: 1530z – 1615z
Netherlands: 1615z – 1645z
Swiss: 1615z – 1645z
Great Britain: 1645z – 1730z

Oceanic Entry times
Russia:  1400z – 1500z
Germany: 1400z – 1500z
Denmark: 1400z – 1430z
Norway: 1430z – 1500z
Belgium: 1430z – 1500z
Italy: 1500z – 1530z
France: 1530z – 1600z
Portugal: 1615z – 1645z
Spain: 1615z – 1645z
Netherlands: 1645z – 1715z
Swiss: 1645z – 1715z
Great Britain: 1730z – 1800z

Within the windows is a slot for divisions that aren't in the above list. If you belong to any of those divisions please try to stick to this window as much as possible to help the oceanic controllers. If you are a pilot from the US division wishing to participate, please stick to the time slot of the division from which you are departing to ensure things run as smoothly as possible.

In order to make the event work, it is essential that you fly the routes that will be provided here on the day of the event. Different departures will be required to fly on different NATs in order to make best use of the airspace. We will provide routes for all promoted departures:

EGKK, EHAM, EBBR, ELLX, EKCH, ENGM, ENZV, LFPG, LSZH, LPPT, LPLA, LEMD, LIMC, LIPZ, ULLI, UUDD, EDDP to KMIA, KMCO, CYYZ and CYUL

Routes will appear on the Oceanic website: http://occ.ivao.aero/index.php?site=eventroutes

We look forward to another hugely successful Atlantic Crossing!

Lauri FIN918:
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Dear pilots
The main sport event of this year – XXII Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. Famous ski resorts and Olympic park are already waiting for guests. Thousands of athletes, volunteers and spectators from around the world will come to Black Sea’s coast, thus we’re expecting intensive traffic in the air. Even though it’ll be cold enough in mountains, at Sochi airport, which will work at peak level, will be very hot, therefore the best ATCs from Russian division will work for you. Nevertheless we recommended to all pilots to take enough fuel for several holding and possible diversion.
Every pilot will receive 1 point for Pilot Events Award after booking your flight in IVAO booking system and successfully performing your flight to Sochi. In total you can earn maximum 1 point for this event. Pilots, who will take part at least in 2 out of 3 planned events, which are related to Winter Games in Sochi, will receive Aviation Celebration Tours and Events Award. In order to receive award, you should send report in MODA Lite (section File My Report, then PILOTSEVENTS). In remarks write down the name of the event and ATC positions, which you contacted. Reports should be sent in division tours'
system.


Airport Sochi (URSS): FS2004
FSX
X-Plane
9
X-Plane
10
Charts


Alternate airports:
URRR
(FS2004,
FSX,
X-Plane,
charts)
URKK
(FS2004,
FSX,
X-Plane,
charts)
URKA
(FS2004,
FSX,
X-Plane,
charts)
URKG
(FS2004,
FSX,
X-Plane)
URMM
(FS2004,
FSX,
X-Plane,
charts)


Attention! Please use sceneries which are listed below, otherwise ATCs and other pilots will have incorrect information about your current position at URSS.
RU Event Department + Public Relations Department


Lauri FIN918:
Tδmδ siis nyt!

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It's that time of year again, IVAO UK along with many of the major IVAO European/American Divisions welcome you to the next Atlantic Crossing event. We will be departing Europe and heading westbound across the pond towards Canada & Florida.

We have a whole load of European Airports you can fly from. They are:

- EGKK – London Gatwick
- EBBR - Brussels International Airport
- ELLX – Luxembourg Airport
- EHAM - Amsterdam Airport
- EKCH - Copenhagen Airport
- LFPG - Paris Charles De Gaulle
- LIMC – Milan Malpensa
- LIPZ – Venezia Tessera
- LEMD - Madrid–Barajas Airport
- LPPT – Lisbon Airport
- LPLA – Larjes Airport
- ENZV – Stavanger
- ENGM – Oslo Gardermoen
- ULLI – St.Petersburg
- UUDD – Moscow Domodedovo
- LSZH – Zurich Airport
- EDDP – Leipzig

As said at the beginning of the post we are heading off to the snowy land of Canada as well as the sunny land of Florida. The US and Canadian division are kindly providing us service with these airports.

- KMIA - Miami International Airport
- KMCO – Orlando International Airport
- CYYZ – Toronto Pearson Airport
- CYUL - Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

Pilots who depart from any of the European airports, will route via Shanwick and Gander for the Atlantic crossing. The route will be fully staffed for the entire crossing to ensure realism for all involved! Please note that departures from Madrid, Lisbon and Larjes will route through Santa Maria towards New York Oceanic and that way to America.

During the event the will you meet up with pilots from all the other divisions and head across the Atlantic on certain tracks toward Canada. This will hopefully give you a taste of what is like in real life as all the long haul aircrafts fly across the Atlantic to Canada and America.

We would encourage pilots to fly in groups with their division to ensure the event is as fun as possible for all pilots and gives everybody a mini-event within the main huge Atlantic Crossing event.

This year we are introducing time slots for all pilots to obtain their clearances and gain entry into the tracks which are split into divisions. We strongly advise all pilots to stick to these as much as possible to ensure the event runs as smoothly as possible. Failure to do so may cause a significant backlog and delays with the oceanic entry. Please see the time slots below;

Take off times
Russia:  1030z – 1130z
Germany: 1145z – 1245z
Denmark: 1200z – 1230z
Norway: 1300z – 1330z
Belgium: 1220z – 1250z
Italy: 1210z – 1240z
France: 1320z – 1350z
Portugal: 1400z – 1430z
Spain: 1415z – 1445z
Netherlands: 1430z – 1500z
Swiss: 1345z – 1415z
Great Britain: 1615z – 1645z

Oceanic Clearence times
Russia:  1300z – 1400z
Germany: 1300z – 1400z
Denmark: 1330z – 1400z
Norway: 1400z – 1430z
Belgium: 1400z – 1430z
Italy: 1430z – 1500z
France: 1500z – 1530z
Portugal: 1530z – 1615z
Spain: 1530z – 1615z
Netherlands: 1615z – 1645z
Swiss: 1615z – 1645z
Great Britain: 1645z – 1730z

Oceanic Entry times
Russia:  1400z – 1500z
Germany: 1400z – 1500z
Denmark: 1400z – 1430z
Norway: 1430z – 1500z
Belgium: 1430z – 1500z
Italy: 1500z – 1530z
France: 1530z – 1600z
Portugal: 1615z – 1645z
Spain: 1615z – 1645z
Netherlands: 1645z – 1715z
Swiss: 1645z – 1715z
Great Britain: 1730z – 1800z

Within the windows is a slot for divisions that aren't in the above list. If you belong to any of those divisions please try to stick to this window as much as possible to help the oceanic controllers. If you are a pilot from the US division wishing to participate, please stick to the time slot of the division from which you are departing to ensure things run as smoothly as possible.

In order to make the event work, it is essential that you fly the routes that will be provided here on the day of the event. Different departures will be required to fly on different NATs in order to make best use of the airspace. We will provide routes for all promoted departures:

EGKK, EHAM, EBBR, ELLX, EKCH, ENGM, ENZV, LFPG, LSZH, LPPT, LPLA, LEMD, LIMC, LIPZ, ULLI, UUDD, EDDP to KMIA, KMCO, CYYZ and CYUL

Routes will appear on the Oceanic website: http://occ.ivao.aero/index.php?site=eventroutes

We look forward to another hugely successful Atlantic Crossing!

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