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Latest REGISTRATIONS

Pilot Code: SWI306

(Portugal) Carrilho Domingos

Pilot Code: SWI305

(United States) Damien Reddick

Pilot Code: SWI304

(United States) Jason Nye

Pilot Code: SWI303

(Portugal) Bruno Fernandes

Pilot Code: SWI302

(Portugal) Fabio Oliveira

Latest NEWS

20 Aug

Fleet Changes


Captains,

We have added two Boeing 717-200 and two Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft to our fleet. As promised, we removed the aging and less used Avro RJ85 as well as our two Airbus A318, now replaced by these more modern (simulation wise) models.

Please note that Landing lights operations are not detected properly by our ACARS. The manufacturers insist in not setting the simulator variables accordingly and we are also considering removing the penalties for not using the landing lights.

We will try to work these issues out as soon as some free time is available - Either remove the penalties or find a way to read the landing lights from the offending models (CRJ900, Dash-8, FSL A320 and more). Stay tuned!

01 Jun

Prepar3D V4


Captains,

Our ACARS is working with the most recent release of P3D v4 (x64). The simulator isn't recognized properly as P3D V4 and we will issue a small update soon, also fixing language selection that is broken at the moment. Meanwhile, flights are possible with P3D v4.

More news soon!

06 Apr

ACARS Version 2.4


We have released a new version of our ACARS system with a lot of problems fixed, some bigger, some hardly noticeable and also a new problem which was also fixed immediately after release.

Pilots who already updated to this first version released around 1900z will experience a crash when starting the program. Don't worry: just press "CONTINUE" in the error, then TAB and then ENTER and the update will be processed normally - Sorry about this small issue.

As usual, if you have any problems, reach us via email, facebook, ACARS messaging system or Twitter. We will answer as soon as possible.

Discover our current TOURS

European IFR Tour 2017 ACTIVE Depart from the beautiful Terceira Island in the Azores, head south to meet the challenging Madeira approach, then fly east to inner europe, and visit some of the most beautiful cities in the world. We selected most destinations carefully so that amazing scenery addons are also available to enhance the whole tour experience. This new European tour is comprised of 20 legs and extends itself over 15000nm. Enjoy flying in beautiful Europe!
IFR World Tour 2016 ACTIVE This year we decided to go on par with IVAO and mimic their IFR International World Tour as it has already been requested by many of our pilots.

As previously stated, this is an IFR tour, it can be flown with any type of aircraft from our fleet, and as usual, proper planning should be made in order to choose the best aircraft for each leg.

Depart from Dallas, heading to Canada to later on descend and head west to cross the Pacific Ocean towards Australia, Indonesia and then Japan. Move further west, also visiting Africa and finally head up north to cross the Atlantic back to Dallas.

Enjoy this very long world tour, which will be in activity during the whole year of 2016.
Discovering USA ACTIVE Explore cosmopolitan cities, small country towns and picturesque landscapes, and discover the New World for yourself in this long tour across the USA.

Fly into the crazyness of Los Angeles, hike down into the mighty Grand Canyon, explore the majestic Niagara Falls while also visiting the 'Big Apple', New York City. Your voyage through the jagged peaks, glacier-carved valleys and pristine blue lakes of the Canadian Rockies is a treat for the senses.

Enjoy the United States Tour!
Dangerous Airports 2016 ACTIVE Welcome to the Dangerous Airports Tour 2016! Embark on an exciting adventure where danger will be your constant company, facing challenging approaches and tricky procedures sometimes even more difficult due to adverse weather conditions or extreme altitudes.

Choose your aircraft wisely as some airports do not allow certain types to land. Not only that, but some are IMPOSSIBLE to land due to their characteristics.

Due to the characteristics of the system, some legs turned out to be quite long (2400nm max). We have tried our best to have a good compromise between fun and flight length to visit some of the most dangerous airports around the world.

Enjoy the dangerous tour and safe landings above all!
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