Airline Operations

Our Tour Centre is the newest part of our airline operations. It provides pilots the opportunity to fly journeys that are made up of multiple legs, giving them a more felxible flying experience.

Perfect for those pilots who dream of flying to far off places, but can only fly for 1-2 hrs at a time. It's perfect for those who just want to try something different and fly to places they've never been to before.

Current tours available include:

Around the UK in seven legs

Visit the highlands and the lowlands on the Scotland Tour!

DownUnder Jet Tour

Our Cargo Ops module gives those pilots who love the TNTs and FedEx's of this world, their chance to make it as a Cargo Pilot. The module creates scheduled freight flights for you to perform for one of a number of our cargo airlines.

The scheduling provides a multitude of cargo types and schedules against different airlines. You can also set your flight sim to the scheduled departure time to see if you can hit your scheduled arrival time.

If you fancy that more realistic airline pilot feeling, our Charter Ops centre is perfect. The Charter Centre Module creates a randomized series of charter flights using our various airlines. It provides pilots with a set route, with set departure and arrival times.

Test yourself against these schedules and see if you have what it takes to operate just like a charter pilot would.

Our Pilot Academy is still in its infancy, but our aim is to make this a great resource for new and experienced pilots to learn more about basic flight and more advanced techniques.

We already have tutorials on SIDs, STARS and ILS landing approach with more to come.

Our Pilot Events are an excellent facility for both staff and pilots to create and add their own events. Whether you want to do a group flight, a training flight or just simply an impromptu invite to some friends.

The Events Centre allows you to create, advertise and manage sign ups for events and it will even email pilots to remind them of your event.

Flight AAL2465

Pilot Departure Airport Arrival Airport Aircraft Flight Time Date Route Status
Charles Balzan Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX) San Francisco International Airport (KSFO) 737-800 (EI-FRV) 01.09 01/10/2019 No route details Accepted
Gross Revenue Fuel Cost
(169 load / £ 59.00 per unit) £ 9,971.00 (7100 fuel used @ 0.8 / unit) £ 5,680.00

Additional Log Information:

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smartCARS version, 2019-10-1 UTC
[17:40:50] Preflight started, flying offline
[17:40:50] Flying Airbus A319 American Airlines N8001N
[17:41:30] Engine 2 is on
[17:41:41] Pushing back with 15294 lb of fuel
[17:42:22] Engine 1 is on
[17:42:22] Flaps set to position 2
[17:44:30] Taxiing to runway
[17:47:29] Taking off
[17:47:37] Rejected takeoff conditions met, returning to taxiing phase
[17:50:49] Taking off
[17:51:15] Climbing, pitch: 12, roll: level, 138 kts
[17:52:37] Gear lever raised at 1541 ft at 121 kts
[17:52:43] Flaps set to position 0 at 1663 ft at 123 kts
[18:06:39] Cruising at 30000ft, pitch: 4, 414 kts
[18:22:29] Sim paused
[18:34:38] Sim unpaused
[18:35:03] Descending
[18:49:31] Sim paused
[18:50:11] Sim unpaused
[18:53:03] Approaching
[18:57:02] Flaps set to position 1 at 3040 ft at 225 kts
[18:57:27] Gear lever lowered at 2639 ft at 207 kts
[18:57:27] Flaps set to position 3 at 2638 ft at 206 kts
[18:58:12] Gear lever raised at 2596 ft at 226 kts
[18:58:13] Flaps set to position 4 at 2596 ft at 226 kts
[18:58:14] Gear lever lowered at 2596 ft at 226 kts
[18:58:34] Final approach, 223 kts
[18:58:51] Flaps set to position 5 at 2583 ft at 188 kts
[19:02:25] Touched down at -774 fpm, gear lever: down, pitch: 4, roll: level, 112 kts
[19:02:39] Landed in 1958 ft, fuel: 8236 lb, weight: 116239 lb
[19:02:39] Taxiing to gate
[19:02:48] Flaps set to position 0
[19:03:40] The flight may now be ended
[19:03:41] Arrived, flight duration: 01:09
[19:04:40] Engine 1 is off
[19:04:42] Engine 2 is off


Commenter Comment
Charles Balzan My 1st Flight with the A319. A bit hard landing but I will get to it.
Tony Muscat Never mind Charles, seen much worst than yours. It happens with new aircraft. I'm sure you'll improve with this nice Aircraft, I have it too!

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