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  1. Good Morning Everyone, It is with deep regret that I announce to the VATPAC Community the departure of @Nicholas Naumovski from the Events Department. Nic has been involved in the Events Department since February 2019 and since his appointment has been a pivotal member in some of the more behind the scenes work of the Events Department. Over the past 6 months Nic has found limited availability and with his recent acceptance into his dream University course, he is now unable to dedicate any more time to VATPAC. Thank you for all your work Nicholas! It has been great watching you
  2. We invite the community to provide feedback about South East Asia Connect! As always, your feedback is invaluable to improve the divisions events into the future! Feedback Link: https://vats.im/pac/seac-feedback
  3. NOTAM: Positions Reserved for South East Asia Connect 1 INTRODUCTION The following positions are reserved under section 4.1 of the VATPAC Controller Positions and Ratings Policy. This NOTAM is the reservation of the positions noted in 2 RESERVED POSITIONS for the purpose of South East Asia Connect. 2 RESERVED POSITIONS The following positions are reserved from 1000z until 1300z on the 28th of February 2021. BN-TRT_CTR DN_APP DN_TWR DN_GND 3 AUTHORITY This NOTAM is under the authority of the following: Joshua Micallef - Director of Events ([email protected]
  4. Changes 27FEB21: Real Ops Melbourne: Revised event date 23MAY21
  5. VATPAC invites you to a new regular quarterly event where we explore the Pacific Islands within VATPAC Airspace. On the last Friday of each quarter you can expect to be invited to fly routes across Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia and many other islands in our very own backyard. This Round: This quarter we are exploring the beautiful landscape of New Caledonia and Port Vila. We invite you to fly between the beautiful airports of Noumea Airport (NWWW) and Port Vila Airport (NVVV) between 0730z - 1130z. Route: VATPAC recommends the following route for pilots flying betwee
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    VATPAC invites you to a new regular quarterly event where we explore the Pacific Islands within VATPAC Airspace. On the last Friday of each quarter you can expect to be invited to fly routes across Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia and many other islands in our very own backyard. This Round: This quarter we are exploring the beautiful landscape of New Caledonia and Port Vila. We invite you to fly between the beautiful airports of Noumea Airport (NWWW) and Port Vila Airport (NVVV) between 0730z - 1130z. Route: VATPAC recommends the following route for pilots flying betwee
  7. Happy Wednesday! The roster for South East Asia Connect has been released! Please view the roster below: https://events.vatpac.org/south-east-asia-connect
  8. The VATPAC Events Department is seeking feedback about today's Light Up Western Australia Event! Please provide your feedback below! The survey takes approximately 3-5 minutes and will be valuable to improve our Light Up Series in the future! https://vats.im/pac/luwa-feedback Thank you!
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    With another year comes another rendition of one of VATPAC’s most popular events – Panic Stations. No matter the aircraft or departure airport, this event is sure to please your inner control freak. On the 12th of March, 1913, Canberra was officially named as Australia’s new capital city, beating out both Melbourne and Sydney. Almost exactly 108 years later, we invite you to the Bush Capital for a beautiful and challenging arrival through the Brindabella Ranges, with full ATC expected between 0900z and 1200z. Event Details: Panic Stations is a simple, yet
  10. With another year comes another rendition of one of VATPAC’s most popular events – Panic Stations. No matter the aircraft or departure airport, this event is sure to please your inner control freak. On the 12th of March, 1913, Canberra was officially named as Australia’s new capital city, beating out both Melbourne and Sydney. Almost exactly 108 years later, we invite you to the Bush Capital for a beautiful and challenging arrival through the Brindabella Ranges, with full ATC expected between 0900z and 1200z. Event Details: Panic Stations is a simple, yet
  11. We always know that the month is drawing to a close when Spilled Milk Run makes its way back into the events calendar. This week we are taking you to the western states of the Australian coast. Fly between Karratha Airport (YPKA) and Perth International Airport (YPPH) with the expectation of ATC services throughout the flight! Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0800z and peak between 0900-1030z. Routes: We recommend the following routes to fly between Karratha & Perth, however you are also welcome to fly to any airport in between these airfields! YP
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    We always know that the month is drawing to a close when Spilled Milk Run makes its way back into the events calendar. This week we are taking you to the western states of the Australian coast. Fly between Karratha Airport (YPKA) and Perth International Airport (YPPH) with the expectation of ATC services throughout the flight! Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0800z and peak between 0900-1030z. Routes: We recommend the following routes to fly between Karratha & Perth, however you are also welcome to fly to any airport in between these airfields! YP
  13. The Controller Roster for Light Up Western Australia has been released! It can be viewed here: https://events.vatpac.org/light-up-western-australia Looking forward to seeing everyone on Saturday!!!
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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 0800z and peak between 0900-1030z. Routes: We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney. YMML-YSSY: ML
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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 0800z and peak between 0900-1030z. Routes: We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney. YMML-YSSY: ML
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