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Boston Suggested Runways
4R (Jet Aircraft Only), 4L (Non-Jet Aircraft Only)
9, 4R, 4L (Non-Jet Aircraft)
Top BVA Controllers This Month
|1||Patrick Curtin||07h 10m|
|2||Bradley Clinton||06h 40m|
|3||Brett Robinson||06h 26m|
|4||Braden Kearney||05h 49m|
|5||Jamsheed Lovelace||05h 44m|
- Upcoming Events:
- FENWY Fly-Out FNO
- Flapjacks in the Adirondacks!
- The Great Cape Escape!
Welcome to Boston Virtual ARTCC!
Boston Virtual ARTCC (BVA) is a free, immersive, and realistic air traffic control community for pilots and aviation enthusiasts. We provide air traffic control within the Boston ARTCC on VATSIM, covering several popular airports in the New England and Upstate New York regions. In addition, we have an active community of pilots who work with the controllers to create one of the most realistic air traffic control environments available online.
At BVA, you can train as a controller, participate in Wings Over New England, learn from other members in a communal environment, and more! At BVA, everyone is here to learn and happy to help.
If you’re new to the community, learn more about us and submit a free application to join. If you’re a member, sign in above for full access to the community’s resources.
News From BVA
|2023-04-01 April Logan Informer: BVA Pulls Out of 2023's Cross the Pond||By: Evan Reiter ()|
|2023-03-02 March Logan Informer: Boston Selected as CTP Arrival Field||By: Evan Reiter ()|
|2023-02-24 Cross the Pond Westbound 2023: Event Fields Announced!||By: Cameron Peterson ()|
|2023-02-13 Cross the Pond Westbound 2023: Voting Open!||By: Cameron Peterson ()|
|2023-02-01 February Logan Informer: BVA's 2022 Member Survey Results||By: Evan Reiter ()|
Read about scenery, procedures, and other information that all pilots flying in our airspace should be aware of.
Learn more about our integrated pilot and air traffic control community or submit a free application to join!
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Take a virtual tour of New England airports while gaining knowledge on flying within the ATC system.
Search for and find air traffic control preferred routes for popular airports in the region.
Find out more information on where you can get charts and other resources for flying in New England.