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Airline Flight Schedules

Our flight schedules database been updated to accomodate our pilots with the option of utilizing Real World / Real Airline Flight Schedules, we also have included a couple of new features to the scheduling, firstly a FA Link (FlightAware Link) has been added to the table, for any flights that provide both a departure and destination airport, the link will show up, if a pilot clicks on the link, it will open FlightAware in a new tab (or window depending on your own browser configuration) showing the real-world history of flights between the airports, this will be useful if trying to pick an aircraft to fly, want to verify a route, or trying to select a cruise altitude, secondly, pilots can now search for flights by distance now by utilizing the Sort Option, the new regional schedule line up will be

Africa & Middle East - Asia - Europe - North America - Oceania - Caribbean & South America

All regional schedules will have the aircraft type listed as "Pilot Choice", pilots can choose any of the airline aircraft for this new format, only Bring Your Own (BYO) aircraft ICAO's shown in the pilots airline hangar can be utilized for these new regional flight schedules

Bring Your Own Schedule (BYO)

For some pilots, who may wish to fly alternative flights not listed in our database, they can now choose where to fly to or from utilizing any alternative real world / real airline flight schedule data published in FlightAware or Flightradar24 and the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Airline Fleet

Pilot just submit their flight via the BYO Option, eg: Acars Flight Number Prefix, BYOxxxx.

Guidelines

  • All flight must be reported with ACARS, no manual flight reports will be accepted
  • Where possible pilots must utilize SIDs, STARS, and real world airways.
  • Flights must be based on real world / real airline flight schedule data utilizing the (ATP) Airline Transport Pilot Fleet
  • The Real World / Real Airline Flight Number must be supplied via the Comments Field in the Acars Flight Report
  • All flights must be able to be verified via FlightAware or Flightradar24 to receive credit for hours flown
  • Pilots who submit a unverifiable flight will have the flight and any flight hours earned removed from their Pilot Card
  • About FlightAware

    FlightAware is the world's largest flight tracking data company and provides over 10,000 aircraft operators and service companies as well as over 12,000,000 passengers with global flight tracking solutions. FlightAware leverages data from air traffic control systems in over 55 countries, from FlightAware's network of ADS-B ground stations in over 150 countries, from Aireon space-based global ADS-B, and using global datalink (satellite/VHF) via every major provider, including ARINC, SITA, Satcom Direct, Garmin, Honeywell GDC, and UVdatalink. FlightAware's seamless integration of thousands of real-time, worldwide data sources combined with FlightAware's powerful, intuitive, responsive, and reliable web-based interfaces and data feeds yield the most capable and useful flight tracking application and service.

    About Flightradar24

    Flightradar24 is a Swedish internet-based service that shows real-time commercial aircraft flight information on a map. It includes flight tracks, origins and destinations, flight numbers, aircraft types, positions, altitudes, headings and speeds. It can also show time-lapse replays of previous tracks and historical flight data by airline, aircraft, aircraft type, area or airport. It aggregates data from multiple sources but, outside of the United States, mostly from crowdsourced information gathering by volunteers with ADS-B receivers. The service was founded as a hobby in 2006 by two Swedish aviation enthusiasts. It is available via a web page or mobile device apps. The Guardian considers the site to be "authoritative".

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