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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: 118 nm excluding circuits of Mount Connor Est Flight Time: Approx 75 min. Aircraft: Cessna 172 or similar aircraft capable of 100-110 kias. Altitude: Remain in Class G airspace. See waypoint notes below. Flight plan File as: YAYE YCSP YAYE 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. Flight details AYERS ROCK/CONNELLAN [YAYE] Takeoffelev: 1626 rwy: 13/31 asphalt [RH circuit RWY 31] CTAF: 126.9 [Callsign is "AYERS ROCK RADIO"] NDB: AYE 233 DME: AYE 117.1 Tune DME to Ayers Rock DME. Not above 5500 ft within 25 DME AYE Not above 8500 ft within 35 DME AYE Not above 11500 ft within 50 DME AYE CURTAIN SPRINGS ROADHOUSE overfly - visual along the Lasseter Highway MOUNT CONNOR make as many anticlockwise circuits as desired at pilot's discretion, suggested altitude 3500 ft - 12 nm south east of Curtain Springs CURTAIN SPRINGS [YCSP] T&G - 12 nm NW of Mount Connorelev: 1617 rwy: 12/30 dirt CTAF: 126.7 Visual along the Lasseter Highway Not above 11500 ft within 50 DME AYE Not above 8500 ft within 35 DME AYE Not above 5500 ft within 25 DME AYE AYERS ROCK/CONNELLAN [YAYE] Landelev: 1626 rwy: 13/31 asphalt [RH circuit RWY 31] CTAF: 126.9 [Callsign is "AYERS ROCK RADIO"] NDB: AYE 233 DME: 117.1 Chart
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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: 70 nm Est Flight Time: approx 45-60 min decurrent on aircraft. As this is a very short flight, pilots may wish to do it twice in different aircraft. Aircraft: Any ultra slow aircraft such as Piper Cub, Edgley Optica, de Havilland Tiger Moth, autogyro, ultralight or helicopter. Altitude: See waypoint notes below. Flight plan File as: YAYE YAYE An approximate 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 however this this only an approximate representation of the route. Do not directly overfly Uluru, Kata Tjuta and sensitive areas. 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. Flight details Remain on CTAF 126.9 throughout. Callsign is AYERS ROCK RADIO. Make inbound and outbound calls at "The Rock" and "The Olgas" and when ascending or descending. AYERS ROCK/CONNELLAN [YAYE] Takeoffelev: 1626 rwy: 13/31 asphalt [RH circuit RWY 31] CTAF: 126.9 NDB: AYE 233 DME: AYE 117.1 Fixed wing climb to 4000 ft, helicopters climb to 3500 ft THE ROCK INBOUND - fixed wing maintain 4000 ft, helicopters maintain to 3500 ft EASTERN TEARDROP - fixed wing climb 4500 ft, helicopters maintain to 3500 ft THE ROCK OUTBOUND - fixed wing maintain 4500 ft, helicopters maintain to 3500 ft THE OLGAS INBOUND - fixed wing maintain 4500 ft, helicopters maintain to 3500 ft WESTERN TEARDROP - fixed wing descend to 4000 ft, helicopters maintain to 3500 ft THE OLGAS OUTBOUND - fixed wing maintain 4000 ft, helicopters maintain to 3500 ft AYERS ROCK/CONNELLAN [YAYE] Landelev: 1626 rwy: 13/31 asphalt [RH circuit RWY 31] CTAF: 126.9 NDB: AYE 233 DME: AYE 117.1 Chart
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