This is pure English humor! Ahah, still with the fees... I've asked around and now I know that you have got a good sense of humor.
StuartC wrote: Hi Mav, welcome.
See the Secretary in the office to settle you landing fee bill please.
J Maverick 16 wrote: This is pure English humor! Ahah, still with the fees... I've asked around and now I know that you have got a good sense of humor.
J Maverick 16 wrote: Here in the UK I do ATC (usually on Tuesdays) at EGVA, EGUL and EGUN; I've also got the custom scenery of EGOD, (and I know how much it costs operating there, even for a landing!).
You were very lucky to see a Blackbird taking-off! Noisy, isn't it?
Algernon wrote: I particularly like EGUL and EGUN as airfields, I used to be driven past them often as a kid, staring out looking for aircraft. Saw the SR-71 taking off from Mildenhall which was obviously beat the lot!
Algernon wrote: If you're into ATC, you might be interested in how we do it at FGUK (which is rarely). We're very fortunate to have an actual RAF controller in our midst and we've experimented with operating aircraft under military (i.e. minimal) control before now, which most people seemed to enjoy as it's rather different to being under civilian control. Once Dave has some more time on his hands, I'm hoping for another Sunday night ATC session
Avionyx wrote: Hi Mav,
Welcome to the FGUK Forums. Seen you about on the main forums but it's good to have you over here too.
You can find out something in the NIATCA Google+ page but you also can ask to us during the flight. LIPA charts are available on FGWiki, but you won't do any fly over there: ATC guidance and controlled airspaces are NIATCA's jobs.
Avionyx wrote: Do you guys at NIATCA have charts available for those of us wishing to fly over?
In that case, I've made friends with the wrong side of FGUK... Never mind, me either have got a good sense of humor (it depends on the day ).
Vodoun da Vinci wrote: Welcome, Maverick!
Stuart, Algernon, Alex, RAFDave, Neilson, Gary (The Broons) Tom, and most all of them have a distinctly odd way of looking at reality.
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J Maverick 16 wrote: I've got a question: is there a "multiquote" option in the forum, so I can answer in a post to everybody?
Copy, thanks, I'll do this way.
Tomaskom wrote: The easiest way is to open all the messages separately as quoted in separate panels/tabs in your browser and then put the quoted text in as you wish
Algernon wrote: Once Dave has some more time on his hands, I'm hoping for another Sunday night ATC session
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