14 May 2021, 10:00 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.If not using live weather, please be mindful of others who are using live weather and will be taking off and landing into the wind.
Distance: 126 nm
Est Flight Time: approx 75 mins
Aircraft: Any "low and slow" GA aircraft capable of 100 kias.
Altitude: Remain in class G airspace as far as possible. See waypoint notes and charts below.
File as: YBMK SLPT YKSI YBPI GOI YLIN YHYN DCIS YBHM
GPS flight plan is available for FSX/P3D .pln, MFS2020 .pln, X-Plane .fms and Little Navmap. This package includes high resolution charts.
Navigation: Pilots sufficiently familiar with the region may navigate visually. For those less familiar the accompanying GPS flight plan is the recommended method of navigation.
Australia uses CTAF (Common Traffic Advisory Frequency) for radio comms at uncontrolled airfields. During an event, Pilots are requested to tune the CTAF as stated in the flight details. 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.
Due to the plethora of simulation platforms now being used, scenery is left to the discretion of each pilot. X-Plane 11 scenery for Keswick Island (YKSI) is available here.
Flight detailsNote: some islands not listed below have seaplane lanes and helipads. Seaplanes and helicopters may T&G at pilot's discretion.
ChartsDue to image size limitations, only low resolution charts are included below. High resolution charts are included in the GPS flight plan package.
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