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post Apr 26 2014, 07:28
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Hi Guys,

I have not been online the last weeks. The reason is, that my wife had our first baby in March! My wife and I knew it will be a lot of work, but we slightly underestimated it :-). - Sorry I missed the event! - I do miss flying, but I also love spending all my free time with our baby at the moment.

I will get back to flying with your guys, but cannot promise any dates anymore smile.gif

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post Apr 26 2014, 08:48
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QUOTE (BenR @ Apr 26 2014, 08:28) *
Hi Guys,

I have not been online the last weeks. The reason is, that my wife had our first baby in March! My wife and I knew it will be a lot of work, but we slightly underestimated it :-). - Sorry I missed the event! - I do miss flying, but I also love spending all my free time with our baby at the moment.

I will get back to flying with your guys, but cannot promise any dates anymore smile.gif

Cheers!
Ben


Hey Ben!

Many Congratulations to you and the family!! biggrin.gif

Best Wishes,
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MikeHotel
post Apr 26 2014, 13:02
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Hi Ben,

congratulations!

Yep, the little ones keep us old ones in constant motion... Enjoy it!

Cheers,
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post Apr 26 2014, 20:54
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QUOTE (BenR @ Apr 26 2014, 08:28) *
... my wife had our first baby in March!


Many, many congratulations Ben - you concentrate on the family, the time will fly by smile.gif Enjoy!


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post Apr 26 2014, 20:56
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Sorry, was a bit late at Manchester and just missed Heimo flying out. Coincidentally, this was a great airport to choose as it was very, very busy!


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post Apr 27 2014, 10:17
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Huh, I was free to fly at 20z, but thought to skip it since I was on hour late. Should have taken a peak at webeye...


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post Apr 28 2014, 06:46
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biggrin.gif Congratulations, Ryan!!
Welcome to "the Life". Make sure you instill your kid with a love for aviation (... as if you needed to be told!! laugh.gif )


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post May 5 2014, 15:29
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Thank you everyone ... I will try to be online a few time a month, at least smile.gif
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Anyone around next bank holiday weekend to do a flight on vatsim? Depending on when and what atc is online I was thinking of an arrival into egkk?

Congrats Ben. My wife and I have a baby due in 2 months so keen to get as much flying in before then as possible!!


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post May 19 2014, 11:51
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I'm away over the bank holiday and all next week so can't do I'm afraid.

I have been registered on vatsim for years, but only got as far as connecting and listening to ATC before bottling it!

Have to say I have been thinking about giving it ago, as I am still getting problems with Teamspeex on IVAO.

Would the CSL files be the same for vatsim? So you could see other FWA aircraft?

Have you been on IVAO yourself? Seems to be more FWA pilots on there, and it is great seeing the freeworld livery on other traffic!

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post May 19 2014, 19:49
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There do seem to be more freeworld pilots talking ivao just from looking at signatures. I also think freeworld is recognised by ivao.

That said I read up a lot on this and picked vatsim as my first go. The controllers have all passed exams, it is super realistic: clearance to ground to tower to London control. It is always busy there are loads of people flying. Have a look on vatmap app on ipad to see traffic and what is going on.

You can see all the other planes and they are all the correct type ie 737 is a 737 but the livery isn't always correct. Xsquawkbox seems to use generic liveries.

Other than that ultra realistic. I just started by listening then had a couple of lessons with a vatsim uk mentor. Pretty easy to pick it up and get the hang of it. Really fun and worth it.


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post May 21 2014, 11:48
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Sounds good.

Take a look at IVAO too, as most of the controllers are extremely professional and know there stuff.

When I get more time, I may look at giving vatsim a go to compare.

It's only the issue with voice communication that puts a damper on it at times-there are ways around it though to make it work.

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I've tried VATSIM recently and it seems pretty good - I can't really find much difference between them and IVAO. VATSIM is quite appealing at the moment though due to the voice problems (I'm still lobbying IVAO to go to Teamspeak 3)! smile.gif


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post Jun 13 2014, 22:41
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Just putting it out there, every Monday night here in Australia we have a "Milk Run Monday" event on VATSIM, between Melbourne YMML and Sydney YSSY is full up to the brim with ATC and traffic (Center controllers, APP/DEP, TWR, GND) and is normally a good night, kick off is about 0930z Monday morning (Europe time, its Monday night for us down here)
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QUOTE (Skinna001 @ Jun 13 2014, 23:41) *
Just putting it out there, every Monday night here in Australia we have a "Milk Run Monday" event on VATSIM, between Melbourne YMML and Sydney YSSY is full up to the brim with ATC and traffic (Center controllers, APP/DEP, TWR, GND) and is normally a good night, kick off is about 0930z Monday morning (Europe time, its Monday night for us down here)


The 0930z Monday morning is the problem-I, and I think a lot of us will be in work.

I've seen some vids of YouTube of the Milk Run Monday on Vatsim and does look like a great event!

I'm usually on IVAO a couple of times a week, not seen many FWA pilots online recently, apart from Heimo in a 738 flying to Ibiza!

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Great!!!! Any time
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