SNO / 10 Aug 2019 / Queenstown Night

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SNO / 10 Aug 2019 / Queenstown Night

#1 Post by VATNZ Events » Sun Aug 04, 2019 12:11 am

Saturday Night Ops
Queenstown Night
Saturday 10th August 2019 1900-2300 NZST / 1700-2100 AEST / 0700-1100 UTC


For this weekend's event we are going to do a flight between Wellington and Queenstown, both airports can be challenging for different reasons! Fly an RNAV approach into Queenstown between the mountains and then land with a crosswind in windy Wellington.

>>>Original Documentation<<<

Note to pilots landing at Queenstown
  • eg If assigned the RNAV (GNSS) G approach and you want to do the RNAV (RNP) Y approach, just advise the controller.
  • Be familiar with your escape route ie missed approach procedure.
  • Make sure you fully understand the approach ie waypoints, heights, speeds, circling if applicable, holding pattern.
  • Do not fly a plane larger than an A320.
  • Practice the approach when nobody is about.

Note to pilots - Departures
  • If you don't have the SID on your FMC please tell the controller.
  • If you are not RNAV capable please advise the controller.
  • The controller will assign you a suitable departure.

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