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  1. Fully send yourself to the Bermuda triangle and hope for the best. Test your ocean procedures as you leave domestic boundaries and enter the Oceanic Control Area, further into the unknown! Depart from KBOS, KJFK, KIAD, KPHL and KORF. Arrive into TXKF. Advertising an ARRIVAL period of roughly 4pm to 6:30pm EDT (2000-2230z). That means you should start launching from domestic between 2pm and 4:30pm EDT (1800z-2030z). Of course, we should be able to take any stragglers still trying to make it in to Bermuda a little later than this. TXKF Payware P3D: https://secure.simmarket.co
  2. VATSIM's largest event series is Cross the Point East/Westbound. This year, for CTP Westbound 2021, Boston-Logan Intl. Airport (KBOS) has been pre-selected as one of the arrival fields to host participating flights from across the Atlantic. If you would like more information on the event please see the official CTP website at ctp.vatsim.net. Event Date: April 24th, 2021 1100-2300z (7am-7pm ET)
  3. Event has been moved due to VATUSA FNO Policy changes. New event date is 5/29/2021. Honk! Get your groove on with this year's feature of the Honk! FNO. We're getting down and boogeying at a whole flock of airports this time: Baltimore (KBWI), Detroit (KDTW), Boston (KBOS), Philly (KPHL), Toronto (CYYZ), Montreal (CYUL), and Halifax (CYHZ).
  4. BVA's Minor Facility Showcase gives pilots the opportunity to experience one of our minor airports. Local and overlying air traffic controllers will be providing service for those looking to explore the area, practice instrument approaches, arrive from afar, or just remain in the pattern. With a single focus-airport, this is the perfect opportunity to experience being sequenced at a busier airport with both IFR and VFR arrivals. This week's event features the controlled airport of Bradley (KBDL). It’s also a great time to try out one of our WINGS flights. Remember, many o
  5. Set the parking brake on the airliner and knock the cobwebs off your favorite general aviation aircraft! The General Aviation Fly-In visits locales across the country that are famous for their scenery and general aviation influence. While anything from a single engine Cessna to a regional jet is welcome in this event, ‘low and slow’ offers the best opportunity to experience the scenery. During this GA Fly-In event, local air traffic control is staffed at smaller airports with overlying radar controllers to provide VFR Flight Following and IFR services. Fly VFR closed traffic,
  6. In the Regional Circuit, we staff up two of our airports to provide pilots with an opportunity to receive 'gate-to-gate' ATC service for the duration of the event. Pilots are encouraged to fly between the two airports and make the return flight if time allows; however, traffic from other airports is welcome as well. The Regional Circuit always creates an immersive atmosphere with busy frequencies and congested airways between the host airports. This Regional Circuit features Burlington (KBTV) and Boston (KBOS). It’s also a great time to try out one of our WINGS flights. R
  7. We're rolling into our 22nd year of celebrating all that is BVA, and we're inviting you to join us. On Saturday, August 7, our controllers will bring you seven uninterrupted hours of ATC coverage across the entirety of the Boston ARTCC. That includes Boston (KBOS), Bradley (KBDL), Providence (KPVD), Manchester (KMHT), and The Cape. Staffing will be available from 12-7pm ET. Hope you brought your Charlie Card! We strongly recommend pilots avoid the delays at KBOS and help balance the traffic by flying to the regional airports with local ATC coverage. We're continuing the tra
  8. Set the parking brake on the airliner and knock the cobwebs off your favorite general aviation aircraft! The General Aviation Fly-In visits locales across the country that are famous for their scenery and general aviation influence. While anything from a single-engine Cessna to a regional jet is welcome in this event, ‘low and slow’ offers the best opportunity to experience the scenery. During the event, local air traffic control is staffed at smaller Class C and D airports, with overlying radar controllers to provide VFR Flight Following and IFR services. Fly VFR closed traffi
  9. In the Regional Circuit, we staff up multiple of our airports to provide pilots with an opportunity to receive 'gate-to-gate' ATC service for the duration of the event. Pilots are encouraged to fly between the airports and make the return flight if time allows; however, traffic from other airports is welcome as well. The Regional Circuit always creates an immersive atmosphere with busy frequencies and congested airways between the host airports. This Regional Circuit features Boston (KBOS) and Portland (KPWM) airports. It’s also a great time to try out one of our WINGS fl
  10. BVA's Minor Facility Showcase gives pilots the opportunity to experience one of our minor airports. Local and overlying air traffic controllers will be providing service for those looking to explore the area, practice instrument approaches, arrive from afar, or just remain in the pattern. With a single focus-airport, this is the perfect opportunity to experience being sequenced at a busier airport with both IFR and VFR arrivals. This week's event features the controlled airport of Syracuse (KSYR). It’s also a great time to try out one of our WINGS flights. Remember, many
  11. Set the parking brake on the airliner and knock the cobwebs off your favorite general aviation aircraft! The General Aviation Fly-In visits locales across the country that are famous for their scenery and general aviation influence. While anything from a single engine Cessna to a regional jet is welcome in this event, ‘low and slow’ offers the best opportunity to experience the scenery. During this GA Fly-In event, local air traffic control is staffed at smaller airports with overlying radar controllers to provide VFR Flight Following and IFR services. Fly VFR closed traffic,
  12. Event has been moved due to VATUSA FNO Policy changes. New event date is 5/29/2021. Banner will be updated to reflect this ASAP.   Honk! Get your groove on with this year's feature of the Honk! FNO. We're getting down and boogeying at a whole flock of airports this time: Baltimore (KBWI), Detroit (KDTW), Boston (KBOS), Philly (KPHL), Toronto (CYYZ), Montreal (CYUL), and Halifax (CYHZ).
  13. In the Regional Circuit, we staff up multiple of our airports to provide pilots with an opportunity to receive 'gate-to-gate' ATC service for the duration of the event. Pilots are encouraged to fly between the airports and make the return flight if time allows; however, traffic from other airports is welcome as well. The Regional Circuit always creates an immersive atmosphere with busy frequencies and congested airways between the host airports. This Regional Circuit features Boston (KBOS) and Albany (KALB) airports.
  14. BVA's Minor Facility Showcase gives pilots the opportunity to experience one of our minor airports. Local and overlying air traffic controllers will be providing service for those looking to explore the area, practice instrument approaches, arrive from afar, or just remain in the pattern. With a single focus-airport, this is the perfect opportunity to experience being sequenced at a busier airport with both IFR and VFR arrivals. This week's event features the controlled airport of Burlington (KBTV), in Vermont. The city is situated along Lake Champlain and is the most populous city
  15. The airspace along the Long Island Sound is a bustling corridor full of small sea-side airports, and scenic getaways from the big city. Boston and New York ARTCCs are teaming up to staff the airports between Islip-MacArthur and Providence (ISP, PVD), including all the Class D airports (BDR, HVN, HTO, GON, OQU, and FRG).
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