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October 21st Sunday flight :: Archived
Come join us each Sunday as we fly around the world exploring new and unusual scenery. We combine some great planes and flight plans with second to none pilots who'll always take the time to teach new comers! All are welcome!
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Uhu_Rodion
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 3:47 am
Post subject: October 21st Sunday flight

Possibly one of the hottest spots in the world is our destination today, and it is with wide opened eyes that we have to tackle the feat of crossing a country that never fails to give us daily news of victims. Maybe, flying over there with a smart tourist plane, as if there were nothing to be worried about, we will take them by surprise!

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#145 - OPPG - Panjgur (Pakistan) -> OAKN - Kandahar (Afghanistan)
Overall distance: 293,9 nm.
Estimated time: 1:33 h.

OPPG
DB (Dalbandin) - no VOR - NDB 287,0 kHz - HDG 006° - leg 115,8 nm.
KN (Kandahar) - no VOR - NDB 230,0 kHz - HDG 024° - leg 174,8 nm.
OAKN - no VOR - NDB 230,0 kHz - HDG 280° - leg 3,3 nm.
elevation: 3.312 ft.
runways:
5 - asphalt - 10.523 ft. - no ILS
23 - asphalt - 10.523 ft. - no ILS

Aircraft: Milton's Spartan 7W Executive
Cruise speed: 210 KIAS
Cruise altitude: 11.000 ft.
Weather: static - set by the server
Time: 13:00 local –> 09:00 GMT



The package including flight plan, bigger map, kml file for Google Earth and text file with navigation data can be downloaded here:
-> 216.176.86.154/marco/f...CC_145.zip
Flyable both in FS9 and FSX.


Marco
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 7:34 am
Post subject: Re: October 21st Sunday flight

Looks like I can't make this one, guys. I hope to catch you all next week.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 9:43 am
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Sorry to hear that Moser, we'll try to leave you enough gas to catch up...lol
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 12:37 pm
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for those who missed this flight....



see you soon

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 2:15 pm
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Was a good flight and thanks for havin' me along....nice flying formation with ya, Gunter and Pickle! Here's a few more pix from the Golden Wings 3 version of the flight if ya don't mind.




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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 10:07 pm
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I hate missing out...

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 8:31 am
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Grate pic´s,, Razz

Thank´s for a grate evening, realy had some fun,, Mr. Green

Gentlemen. Laughing

I would like to publish some standard communication phraseology used in aviation.

My idea is to publish step-by-step instructions how to communicate in pro manner.

This could be implemented in the Sunday flights if you feel it could be fun to use pro communication.
I will off course simplify some details due to that the “Mouse Control� is the only ATC we use in the game.
Any way it might be fun to learn and use.

I will in my examples use my chosen call sign “IceFly01� you should use a call sign whish is easy to say and sounds good.
Cal sign is your address, it clarifies to who and from whom a message is sent.

ATC = Mouse Control

In this first lesson I will use flight the plan for the last Sunday game CC_145

Lesson No 1

At parking and engine shut down.

Pilot: Mouse Control, good evening (if evening) this is IceFly01, Request start up

ATC: IceFly01 start up is approved (if approved)

Pilot: Start up approved, IceFly01

Now you start your engines and set al NAV aids for your flight and when ready you request TAXI

Pilot: Mouse Control, IceFly01 request taxi.

ATC: IceFly01, taxi to holding point RWY 31 and hold, QNH 29,92

Pilot: Cleared to taxi to holding point RWY 31 and hold, QNH 29,92, IceFly01

QNH atmospheric pressure corrected for the sea level, then you will se the airfield altitude over sea level on your altimeter.

Set atmospheric pressure on your altimeter.

Now you taxi (ATC might give you instructions for taxiways then you read back those instructions)

ATC: IceFly01 clearance is available

Pilot: Ready to copy clearance. Icefly01

ATC: IceFly01 you are cleared to your destination OAKN as route planed via DB, you are cleared on FL110 (flight level one one zero) Squawk 0123

Squawk is the ID setting on your transponder, ATC will give each flight an unique Nr.

Pilot: Cleared to destination as route planed via DB on FL110, Squawk 0123, IceFly01

Now you set your transponder code. 0123 (if that is your code)

ATC: IceFly01 that is correct (if pilot read back correct clearance other vice ATC corrects)

Now you are at holding RWY 31 and waiting. You might notify ATC that you are ready for departure.

Pilot: Mouse Control, IceFly01 ready for departure

ATC: 1.(if RWY is free) IceFly01 line up RWY 31.
2 (if RWY is vacated after holding point 31) IceFly01 line up RWY 31 and hold.
3.(if incoming landing aircraft) IceFly01 hold your position, cal you back.

Pilot: 1. Lining up RWY 31, IceFly01
2. Lining up RWY 31 and hold, IceFly01
3. Holding my position, IceFly01

ATC: IceFly01, right turn out, cleared for take of.

Pilot: Right turn out, cleared for take of, IceFly01

And of you go..

End of Lesson No 1

Next time we concentrate on when you reach your assigned FL and entered your route planed.

I hope you find this interesting and fun to implement, and please ask questions if you have any or sugestions, send them as PM and I will answer s.o.p.

This of course puts a lot of workload on Herr Mouse and his ATC to learn and practise.

And if you disagree with my idea completely do not hesitate to say so and we forget all about it..hehe Mr. Green

Icy..
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Uhu_Rodion
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 9:08 am
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Uh, quite interesting lesson, Herr Ice!
If I manage to learn by memory all the formulas, I'll spare myself the pain, and to you the horror, of my blabbering!
Mr. Green
Only shortcoming - once we reach the part of the landing, try to imagine a perfectly conducted conversation between ATC and me, and then I crash - possibly outside of the runway - that would be exilarating, I guess!
Wink

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 9:47 am
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Great lesson Icy... Wink

Mind if I put that on a thread and make it sticky? (Get your mind out of the gutter...lol)
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 9:57 am
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hold yer horses bushy ! Laughing

this only lesson ONE! I'll bet ya there will be some odd 150 following Wink

And I'll need a new dictionary..................... couldn't find Mouse Control in it.

Good show Herr Ice ! keep up the good work


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Uhu_Ice
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 11:43 am
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Yea ,, Cool Bushy,, it would be grate to have the lessons in a separate thread.

And as the ol Bat says there ar moore to come..hehe Twisted Evil and hes still desperatly searching in his dictionary for "Mouse Control"
But I want to tell that ol Bat that this Phrase is taken from a Cat´s dictionary,, Mr. Green

And Marco dont worrie,, youl get the hang of it after a few crashes Mr. Green

hastalavista baby.. Cool
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 11:51 am
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"This is Mouse Control to Major Tom....." Laughing

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2007 1:51 pm
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- Uhu_Ice

And Marco dont worrie,, youl get the hang of it after a few crashes Mr. Green


Oh, yeah, I heard it already more than once, dozens and dozens of scrapped planes ago!
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