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    06 June 2022 08:00 AM      12:00 PM

    By far our most popular of all the weekly events, on any given Monday you'll find the famous "J-Curve" between Melbourne and Sydney well serviced by both pilots and ATC.
    Not to be confused with out Spilled Milk Run Monday events held on the last Monday of every month, pilots can expect ATC services as you fly between Melbourne and Sydney, or any destination in between (Canberra, Albury etc).
    Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0830z and peak between 0930-1100z. 
     
    Routes:
    We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney.
    YMML-YSSY: ML DOSEL Y59 RIVET TESAT
    YMML-YSCB: ML DOSEL Y59 ARRAN POLLI CB
    YSSY-YMML: TESAT WOL H65 RAZZI Q29 ML
    YSSY-YSCB: TESAT WOL H65 RAZZI CB
    YSCB-YMML: CB TANTA Q29 LIZZI ML
    YSCB-YSSY:  CB TANTA W423 CULIN Y59 RIVET TESAT
     
     
    Controllers:
    Controllers who wish to control a position to control during this event are entitled to log on as a first come first serve basis. Positions that do not have a controller online (i.e. no controller controlling the position) will remain free for all controllers available on the day to control.
    *Non-Standard positions* will be available for opening depending on traffic levels. They may only be opened once all of the Standard positions are filled. Please see a member of Staff, or a C3 rated controller to be granted permission to open a non-standard position. Please review the controller NOTAM for detailed information about which Non-Standard Positions are automatically authorized.
    Login Identifier:
    Radio Callsign:
    Frequency:
    SY_DEL
    Sydney Delivery
    133.800
    SY_GND
    Sydney Ground
    126.500
    SY_TWR
    Sydney Tower
    120.500
    SY_APP
    Sydney Approach
    124.400
    SY-D_APP*
    Sydney Director
    126.100
    SY_DEP*
    Sydney Departures
    123.000
          ML_DEL
    Melbourne Delivery
    127.200
    ML_GND
    Melbourne Ground
    121.700
    ML_TWR
    Melbourne Tower
    120.500
    ML_APP
    Melbourne Approach
    132.000
    ML_DEP*
    Melbourne Departures
    118.900
          CB_GND
    Canberra Ground
    121.700
    CB_TWR
    Canberra Tower
    118.700
    CB_APP
    Canberra Approach
    124.500
          ML-BIK_CTR
    Melbourne Centre
    129.800
    ML-ELW_CTR
    Melbourne Centre
    123.750
    ML-SNO_CTR*
    Melbourne Centre
    124.000
     
    Scenery:
    YMML - Melbourne International Airport:
    Payware - ORBX (FSX/P3D)
    Freeware - AVSIM (FSX/P3D)
    Freeware - ISDG (xPlane)
    YSCB - Canberra Airport:
    Payware - ORBX (FSX/P3D)
    Freeware - FlyAwaySimulations (FSX/P3D)
    Freeware - tdg (xPlane)
    YSSY - Sydney International Airport:
    Payware - FlyTampa v2 (FSX/P3D)
    Freeware - AVSIM (FSX/P3D)
    Freeware - ISDG (xPlane)

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    • 19 August 2022 10:00 AM Until 11:15 AM
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      Simulation Date/Time: Current date set to daylight.
      Weather: Real World / Fair weather if real world is unsuitable for VFR operations.
      Please note Rule B13 in the VATSIM Code of Conduct regarding weather.
      Distance: 120 nm
      Est Flight Time: Approx 75 min
      Aircraft: Cessna 172 or similar aircraft capable of 100-110 kias.
      Altitude: Not above FL125. Suggested 1500 ft.
      Flight plan

      File as: YGTH GTH YCLY YJER YFIL YDLQ
      GPS flight plan is available for FSX/P3D .pln, MFS2020 .pln, X-Plane .fms and Little Navmap.
      Navigation: Pilots are encouraged to navigate visually. For those less familiar the GPS flight plan is the recommended method of navigation.
      Communications
      Australia uses CTAF (Common Traffic Advisory Frequency) for radio comms at uncontrolled airfields. During an event, Pilots are requested to broadcast intentions on the published CTAF. Pilots should also be aware that it is a VATSIM CoC (Code of Conduct) requirement that all pilots at uncontrolled airfields should monitor UNICOM on 122.800. Pilots should ensure that at least one of their radios (COM 2 being the most likely) is tuned to receive UNICOM transmissions in addition to transmitting and receiving on the published CTAF.
      Pilots also should read this post regarding the implications of using VATSIM UNICOM for CTAF. It provides some insight into potential pitfalls for the unwary when monitoring 122.80 in a CTAF environment.
       
      Scenery
      Due to the plethora of simulation platforms now being used, scenery is left to the discretion of each pilot. Updated X-Plane scenery is available for Griffith in OzXP and for other airports.
       
      Flight details
      GRIFFITH [YGTH] Takeoff
      elev: 439
      rwy: 06/24 asphalt
      rwy: 18/36 grass/clay
      CTAF: 126.55
      NDB: GTH 305
        GRIFFITH TOWNSHIP [GTH] overfly - 1.5 nm S of airfield
        DARLINGTON POINT overfly - visual along Kidman Way
        COLEAMBALLY [YCLY] T&G - visual along Kidman Way
      elev: 390
      rwy: 01/19 dirt
      CTAF: 126.7
        JERILDERIE [YJER] T&G - visual along Kidman Way and the Newell Highway
      elev: 360
      rwy: 01/19 asphalt
      CTAF: 126.7
        FINLEY [YFIL] T&G - visual along the Newell Highway
      elev: 375
      rwy: 06/24 asphalt
      CTAF: 125.5
        DENILIQUIN [YDLQ] Land - visual along the Riverina Highway
      elev: 316
      rwy: 06/24 asphalt
      rwy: 12/30 grass/clay
      CTAF: 119.0 Chart

    • 20 August 2022 05:00 AM Until 12:00 PM
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      In collaboration with the Indonesia vACC, VATPAC is delighted to invite you to the Denpasar -> Perth Shuttle! Fly from Denpasar to Perth Airport with full ATC between 0500-1200z on the 20th of August 2022!
      What is a 'Shuttle' Event?
      A shuttle event is where we invite pilots and controllers to fly from the defined departure airport, to the defined arrival airport with the expectation of full ATC along the way! 
      We invite you to depart from Denpasar Airport (WADD) between 0500z-0700z on the 20th of August 2022, bound for Perth Airport (YPPH), as we attempt to test our talented controlling team! Below you will find the recommended route between the two airfields, as well as information for your departure and arrival!
       
      Pilot Information:
      VATPAC and Indonesia vACC recommend the following route when flying between Denpasar and Perth.
      WADD -> YPPH:
      ROUTE: DCT MURAI G578 EGATU L514 REVOP Q38 PH DCT
      DEPARTURE: MURAI 1C (RWY 09) or MURAI 1D (RWY 27)
      ARRIVAL: JULIM 5(A for ILS/RNAV-Z/LOC/VOR; X for RNAV-X approach RWY 03 only; V for visual approach onto RWY 03/RWY 06)
      Remember the departure slot for WADD is between 0500 - 0700z! 
      Departure From Denpasar:
      Pilots departing from Denpasar can expect to depart from either RWY 09 or RWY 27, depending on wind direction and local operating procedures.
      Click here to find all charts for WADD.
      NOTE: You will need to create an account to access the AIP for Indonesia.
      Arrival Into Perth:
      Upon Arrival into Perth Airport, pilots can expect the JULIM 5 STAR followed by a choice of RNAV, VOR, ILS, or VISUAL approach (Weather Permitting) to runways 03/06/21/24. ATC will assign the approach type nominated in the ATIS but you may request a different approach type if you are up for the challenge. 
      We ask that you are familiar with the approach type you select. If you are unfamiliar with these operations you can request vectors from the Approach controller to ensure you capture the localiser.
      Click here to find all charts for YPPH.
       
      Flying in Oceanic Airspace:
      Normal ATC throughout Australia (Brisbane Centre, Melbourne Centre, Sydney Approach, etc.) rely on radar to determine where an aircraft is in the air.
      Over the ocean, there is no radar. This non-radar airspace is controlled by oceanic ATC.
      All Oceanic Controlled Airspace in Australia is controlled from Brisbane, so all oceanic controllers in Australia are called "Brisbane Radio", there is no "Melbourne Radio", so ML-IND_FSS is called "Brisbane Radio".
      One of the significant differences between radar and Oceanic flying is the need for position reports. 

      Position reports are how ATC can determine where you are, relying on time-based separation and reports from the pilots. ATC has no way of determining where you are unless you specifically tell them.
      The standard format is:
      Current/Previous waypoint name and the time which you crossed that point. Current flight level. Mach number if assigned by ATC. Your next waypoint and estimate for that point. The waypoint after that. For example: "Qantas 123 is position PLUGA at time 0523, flight level 380, estimating VELKU at 0750, SASRO next."
      You can use the Oceanic Reporting Tool to help construct oceanic position reports.  
      Find more information here.
       
      Controller Information:
      ATC within VATPAC airspace for this event will be rostered according to the positions nominated below. Applications are now open, click here to apply.
      Login Identifier:
      Radio Callsign:
      Frequency:
      PH_GND
      Perth Ground
      121.700
      PH_TWR
      Perth Tower
      127.400
            PH_APP
      Perth Approach
      123.600
            BN-TRT_CTR
      Brisbane Centre
      133.200
      ML-GVE_CTR
      Melbourne Centre
      133.800
      ML-MEK_CTR
      Melbourne Centre
      132.000
      ML-OLW_CTR
      Melbourne Centre
      134.000
      ML-PIY_CTR
      Melbourne Centre
      133.900
            ML-INE_FSS
      Brisbane Radio
      123.650
      PH-FLW_CTR
      N/A
      N/A
      Scenery:
      Perth Airport (YPPH)
      Payware - MFSG (P3D/FSX)
      Payware - Axonos (MSFS)
      Payware - Axonos (X-Plane 11)
      Freeware - Planebill (X-Plane 11)
      Denpasar International Airport (WADD)
      Payware - Aerosoft (FSX/P3D) 
      Payware - Aerosoft (X-Plane 11)
      Payware - Aerosoft (MSFS)
      Freeware - AVSIM (FSX)
       
      We are always looking for feedback about our events! Email [email protected] or visit https://helpdesk.vatpac.org
    • 21 August 2022 10:00 AM Until 11:15 AM
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      Simulation Date/Time: Current date set to daylight.
      Weather: Real World / Fair weather if real world is unsuitable for VFR operations.
      Please note Rule B13 in the VATSIM Code of Conduct regarding weather.
      Distance: 139 nm
      Est Flight Time: Approx 75 min
      Aircraft: Cessna 172 or similar aircraft capable of 120 kias.
      Altitude: Not above FL125. Suggested 1500 ft.
      Flight plan

      File as: YDLQ YHAY YGGI YGTH
      GPS flight plan is available for FSX/P3D .pln, MFS2020 .pln, X-Plane .fms and Little Navmap.
      Navigation: Pilots are encouraged to navigate visually. For those less familiar the GPS flight plan is the recommended method of navigation.
      Communications
      Australia uses CTAF (Common Traffic Advisory Frequency) for radio comms at uncontrolled airfields. During an event, Pilots are requested to broadcast intentions on the published CTAF. Pilots should also be aware that it is a VATSIM CoC (Code of Conduct) requirement that all pilots at uncontrolled airfields should monitor UNICOM on 122.800. Pilots should ensure that at least one of their radios (COM 2 being the most likely) is tuned to receive UNICOM transmissions in addition to transmitting and receiving on the published CTAF.
      Pilots also should read this post regarding the implications of using VATSIM UNICOM for CTAF. It provides some insight into potential pitfalls for the unwary when monitoring 122.80 in a CTAF environment.
       
      Scenery
      Due to the plethora of simulation platforms now being used, scenery is left to the discretion of each pilot. Updated X-Plane scenery is available for Hay and Griffith in OzXP and for other airports.
       
      Flight details
      DENILIQUIN [YDLQ] Takeoff
      elev: 316
      rwy: 06/24 asphalt
      rwy: 12/30 grass/clay
      CTAF: 119.0
        HAY [YHAY] T&G - visual along the Cobb Highway
      elev: 305
      rwy: 04/22 asphalt
      rwy: 15/33 clay
      CTAF: 126.7
        GOOLGOWI [YGGI] T&G - visual along the Mid Western Highway
      elev: 374
      rwy: 03/21 dirt
      CTAF: 126.7
        GRIFFITH [YGTH] Land - visual along Kidman Way
      elev: 439
      rwy: 06/24 asphalt
      rwy: 18/36 grass/clay
      CTAF: 126.55
      NDB: GTH 305 Chart

    • 22 August 2022 08:00 AM Until 12:00 PM
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      By far our most popular of all the weekly events, on any given Monday you'll find the famous "J-Curve" between Melbourne and Sydney well serviced by both pilots and ATC.
      Not to be confused with out Spilled Milk Run Monday events held on the last Monday of every month, pilots can expect ATC services as you fly between Melbourne and Sydney, or any destination in between (Canberra, Albury etc).
      Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0830z and peak between 0930-1100z. 
       
      Routes:
      We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney.
      YMML-YSSY: ML DOSEL Y59 RIVET TESAT
      YMML-YSCB: ML DOSEL Y59 ARRAN POLLI CB
      YSSY-YMML: TESAT WOL H65 RAZZI Q29 ML
      YSSY-YSCB: TESAT WOL H65 RAZZI CB
      YSCB-YMML: CB TANTA Q29 LIZZI ML
      YSCB-YSSY:  CB TANTA W423 CULIN Y59 RIVET TESAT
       
       
      Controllers:
      Controllers who wish to reserve a position to control during this event are encouraged to apply via https://events.vatpac.org/  After the controller roster is released on Saturday evening, no controllers will be added to the roster. Positions that do not have a nominated controller (i.e. no controller assigned on the position) will remain free for all controllers available on the day to control.
      *Non-Standard positions* will be available for opening depending on traffic levels. They may only be opened once all of the rostered positions are filled. Please see a member of the Board of Directors, or a C3 rated controller to be granted permission to open a non-standard position. Please review the controller NOTAM here for detailed information about which Non-Standard Positions are automatically authorized.
      Login Identifier:
      Radio Callsign:
      Frequency:
      SY_DEL
      Sydney Delivery
      133.800
      SY_GND
      Sydney Ground
      126.500
      SY_TWR
      Sydney Tower
      120.500
      SY_APP
      Sydney Approach
      124.400
      SY-D_APP*
      Sydney Director
      126.100
      SY_DEP*
      Sydney Departures
      123.000
            ML_DEL
      Melbourne Delivery
      127.200
      ML_GND
      Melbourne Ground
      121.700
      ML_TWR
      Melbourne Tower
      120.500
      ML_APP
      Melbourne Approach
      132.000
      ML_DEP*
      Melbourne Departures
      118.900
            CB_GND
      Canberra Ground
      121.700
      CB_TWR
      Canberra Tower
      118.700
      CB_APP
      Canberra Approach
      124.500
            ML-BIK_CTR
      Melbourne Centre
      129.800
      ML-ELW_CTR
      Melbourne Centre
      123.750
      ML-SNO_CTR*
      Melbourne Centre
      124.000
       
      Scenery:
      YMML - Melbourne International Airport:
      Payware - ORBX (FSX/P3D)
      Freeware - AVSIM (FSX/P3D)
      Freeware - ISDG (xPlane)
      YSCB - Canberra Airport:
      Payware - ORBX (FSX/P3D)
      Freeware - FlyAwaySimulations (FSX/P3D)
      Freeware - tdg (xPlane)
      YSSY - Sydney International Airport:
      Payware - FlyTampa v2 (FSX/P3D)
      Freeware - AVSIM (FSX/P3D)
      Freeware - ISDG (xPlane)
    • 24 August 2022 10:00 AM Until 11:30 AM
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      This Weeks Flight for Wednesday 24th August 2022 continues a four leg trip in Alaska following the route of the famous Iditarod Dog Sled race commencing (March 2022) at Anchorage (PANC) and concludes at Nome. This 2nd leg resumes at Nikolai (PAFS) and will finish at Ruby (PARY). The flight plan provided is a general route linking supply line airfields; the sleds have to go around the higher mountains.
      T&G'sat pilot discretion
      For those interested https://iditarod.com/#
      Flight created by YMA555
      Scenery: Due to the plethora of flight sim programs now in use scenery is at the discretion of each pilot. If you can it would be interesting to fly this tour in partial snow.
      Aircraft: Capable of 150kias is recommended. Kodiak, Twotter, Cessna Caravan or the like
      Comms: Tune Radio to 122.80MHz - Unless Advised by ATC or further detailed hereunder
      Flight Route: Details
      Weather: Real time weather, fair weather if conditions are not suitable for VFR Flying.
      Flight Plan:(PAFS-PARY)< Just click on this link for Flight Plan for .fms and .pln
      BELOW: MAP OF ROUTE

      THANKS FOR FLYING VATPAC WORLD DISCOVERY FLIGHTS
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