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[February 2018] Multiple Legs ATC Request FSCB-Flightgroup


Krister Larsen (1340812)
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Krister Larsen (1340812)

Hello!

The event department have received a mail with ATC request
The “FSCB-Flightgroup” is a group of internet pilots and every Friday evening they fly between 2 European cities and usually, they are with around 10 aircraft.
They start at around 20.00 hrs CET time, every flight (1900z)
 
In February they will make the following flights:


 2 February

EGPF – ENCN
Glasgow – Kjevik (Kristiansand)
PTH UP600 LONN P600 ZOL L621 PEVEB
470NM

9 February
ENCN – ESSA
Kjevik – Arlanda
VAVET M609 PIPEX P609 ARGIB Z183 ELTOK
370NM

23 February

ESSA – EKCH
Arlanda – Kopenhagen
ARS N623 BEDLA N866 NEGIL M852 LALIL L996 SVD
360NM

2 March

EKCH – EHEH
Kopenhagen – Eelde
LANGO M611 DEGUL UN872 GOLEN N872 KUBAT UN872 EEL 
320NM

 

Depending on the flight time, the ETA will be approximately 1,5-2 hours after the departure.

Please notify and book your position if you´re able :D

 

And from Paul, who sent the mail, all pilots are welcome to participate in the group flight!

Edited by Krister Larsen
Leg 2 info edited
Krister Larsen
Director of Norway FIR
VATSIM Scandinavia
www.vatsim-scandinavia.org
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Niklas Orheim (1332427)

Staffing ENCN_TWR, at least on February 2nd...

 

Paul Colder now says next leg, ENCN-ESSA will be on Feb 9th :/ 

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Feedback FSCB Flightgroup Friday February 23.

 

Hi Martin,  hi Mikkel,

Yesterday evening the FSCB-Flightgroup arrived in Copenhagen from Stockholm.
Again a flight that all pilots of our group enjoyed a lot, especially thanks to the great ATC from Vatsim Scandinavia! 

It was very busy at our departure from Arlanda ( I counted more than 15 aircraft), but Hampus really did a great job at ESSA_TWR and his patience with some pilots of our group was admirable.

Once in the air, it was very nice to hear you Martin: thanks for coming online!

As we approached Copenhagen, the number of aircraft and especially the different speeds of the aircraft were a good challenge for the sequencing skills of ATC :-)
But it was really well managed and it was great to see the steady flow of the aircraft coming in to EKCH.
Job well done by Kevin (EKDK_CTR), Simon (EKCH_TWR) and Martin Thorseinsson (EKCH_GND).

Internet flying at its best!

Best regards,

Paul

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