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Dear Captains

Kuwait Division So Pleasure To Invite You To Celebrate With Us The 48th Anniversary Of Independence , You Can Book Flight From Our Booking Page On The Following Link http://www.libbfir.org/moda/admin/hpreview.php?eveid=1107&type=3 , Also You Will Get Your Celebration Award For This Occasion, Waiting You On Friday 27th Of Feb 2009 at 18:00z , Enjoy


Tänään Suomen Online Day eli kun mäet on laskettu niin kaikki alkuillasta verkkoon; järjestetään Suomeen ruuhkainen taivas ja toivotetaan ulkomaalaiset tervetulleeksi



On 10/03/09 we have our first fly-in at Ostend (EBOS).  This airport is located near the coast and

is capable of handling all kinds of traffic ranging from passenger planes (VFR & IFR) to cargo planes.

Between 18:00utc and 21:00utc our controllers will be ready for you !


More info can be found on the events-page.


We hope to see you at Ostend.


IVAOBR – Amazonia Float Tour 2009 Feel free to start it now

Welcome to Amazonia Float tour

The Brazilian division invites you to fly over the largest river of the planet: the Amazonas. Take off from São Gabriel da Cachoeira and proceed to Santarem, using any hydroplane or amphibian, in a tour over the rivers Negro and Amazonas. Take advantage and appreciate the beauties of the Amazonian forest from within of your plane.


A little of Geography The Negro is the largest tributary of the Amazonas river’s left margin. Is the most extensive river of black water of the world, and the largest second in volume of water - behind only of Amazonas, which helps to form. The Negro has your origin among the basins of the river Orinoco and Amazonian, and it is also connected with Orinoco through the Casiquiare’s Channel. In Colombia, where the river has your nascent, it is called of river Guainia. Their main tributaries are Branco river and the Vaupés river that disputes to be the beginning of the Orinoco with the Guaviare river, it drains the area east of Andes in Colombia. After passing by Manaus, the Negro joins to Solimões river, and after this union we call him of Amazonas. The Negro is navigable for 720 km above your mouth and he can have a minimum of 1 meter of water in time of drought, but there are many sandbanks and other smaller difficulties.

For further informations please check the official tour web page by the link below:


We are waiting YOU Welcome to Brazil Airspace

Tänne olen itse lähdössä. Onko kukaan muu ajatellut lähteä? Jos saisi seuraa...


The United Kingdom division of IVAO brings you the UK’s busiest airport, and the world’s busiest international airport, fully staffed on the 21st March, with some of the best controllers in the community. From 1200Z – 2200Z, you as a pilot will be able to fly any of the 720 real flights available to book – flights which will be flown during those same 10 hours in real life! Whether you like long hauls or short domestic hops, there will be a flight for you. Our finest ATC will be provided from a live ACC in West Sussex with over 18 active positions! To ensure a smooth flow into UK airspace a second ACC will be opened in Belgium where Brussels and Maastricht controllers will be based. For more information, please see the Event Webpage

During the event, we will be running a datalink clearance system at Heathrow. Full details can be found in the Pilot briefing guide. We will also be using a flow management system that we have built to help minimise the delays into Heathrow. If you like to be number 6 on the ILS, taxi behind 4 other aircraft towards the runway or join a holding pattern with several other aircraft, then this is the event for you. Flying with IVAO does not get more real than this. See you there! Important Information Booking for this event is unlike any other. Up until 1 hour before the event, you can only register an interest in a flight. Up to 3 people may register an interest for any one flight. On the day of the event, 1 hour before each flight is due to depart, an email will be sent to the first person who registered an interest in that flight. The email will contain a validation link which will confirm that person would still like to fly that particular flight. Please Note - You will only have 15 minutes from the moment the email is sent to confirm your attendance. If after 15 minutes, no booking is made, an email will be sent to the 2nd and 3rd people telling them that the flight is available and to visit the website and book it if they would like to.

Either person can book the flight, it depends who books it through the booking system first. Anyone else viewing the booking system at that time may also book the flight. When selecting your flight, pay careful attention to the slot time. As we are using real flight schedules with a large number of flights, delays are inevitable. As a result, we have simulated the delays that each aircraft had. - Slot Times in green have a take off time that is between -5 minutes and +10 minutes of the ETD, thus are not classed as having a delay. - Slot times in blue have a take off that is more than 5 minutes prior to the ETD, thus are classed as early. - Slot times in red have a take off time that is more than 10 minutes after the ETD, thus are classed as delayed flights. It is important that the slot times are adhered to. ETD and ETA times are for reference ONLY. You must take off at the Slot time. (Remember, you must be airborne between -5 minutes and +10 minutes of your slot time or a new time has to be assigned.) When departing, you should plan to pushback between 15 and 20 minutes before your slot.

Due to the expected volume of traffic only flights listed on our schedule will be guaranteed a landing slot at Heathrow. All other flights may be accepted subject to slot availability but could be diverted to Brussels, Gatwick or Stansted. When booking flights, if it turns out you are number 2 or 3 in the queue for a flight, we would strongly suggest that you book another flight just in case to avoid disappointment. We also realise that if you don't get the flight you wanted, it is very tempting to fly a non scheduled flight. We can't stress enough that we would prefer you to fly a flight within our schedules. Non scheduled flights put a HUGE strain on the system and we cannot guarantee that they will all be able to land at Heathrow.


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