Virtual Air New Zealand Update - Summer Schedules & FSAC

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Jamie Marshall
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Virtual Air New Zealand Update - Summer Schedules & FSAC

#1 Post by Jamie Marshall » Sun Oct 07, 2007 9:30 pm

Good Evening All,

Just to let you all know that thanks to the help of Mark Richards the Virtual Air New Zealand Summer schedules were introduced last weekend to coincide with the change to Daylight Svaings. This includes the new 777 flights to Vancouver. Sadly it also means that as in real life we no longer have any Saab 340 flights on our schedules. However we do have over 4000 flight legs and 12 airframes.

The other annoncement is that we have now introduced FSACARS as our primary flight logging and priep system to over come the issues with schedule clashes in the vANZ FCC programme. The FCC will cease to be supported in the near future.

We have updated the frontpage of the site to include the FSCARS pilot status tables and have links to the new map.

Come and take a look - we're still under construction but moving forward.

Jamie Marshall
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ATR72 Training Captain
www.virtualairnz.org.nz

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#2 Post by Mark Helyar » Tue Oct 09, 2007 10:39 am

Just to add to Jamie's post,

The management at Virtual Air New Zealand would like to thank the Management and Staff at VATNZ for accepting our application for affilliation as a Premium VA Partner here at VATNZ. As always we are commited in making our presence on the Vatsim Network and any Events organised by the Oceanic divisions.

Your VA on the move.
Mark Helyar CEO
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Virtual Air New Zealand
http://www.virtualairnz.com
FE-Instructor / NZ PPL
Founder - vANZ

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