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Josh Nunn

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  1. 60 Hours is back. Join us for this one of a kind ATC marathon event! As part of this unique tradition, Boston Center will be staffed continuously from December 6 at 11am ET to December 8 at 11pm ET (6 Dec 1600z - 9 Dec 0400z). We will be hosting FNO on that Friday night as well. We look forward to seeing you all there!
  2. thank you for reading the briefing and asking this question!
  3. If you fly your jet into Boston and we are landing 27, that's what you are going to hear.. no exceptions!! Congratulations to Nathan Rankin who has earned his Student Authorization for Boston Approach!
  4. Don't file your crazy routes at BOS when RZ is controlling -- unless you want a correct re-route! Join me in congratulating Mateo Rodriguez (RZ) who earned his Class B Ground Student Authorization on 10/20/19!
  5. Join me in congratulating Carson Murphy (MY) who earned his Class B Approach Full Certification on 10/21/19!
  6. On November 2nd, 2019 from 1700z-0100z VATUSA will host the 2019 Transcon Event. This event will feature east and west coast fields for departures and arrivals and have En Route ARTCCs staffed as well. This is a great opportunity to experience a transcontinental flight with full ATC along the way. We are planning to have 4 eastern departure fields/arrival fields and 3-4 western arrival/departure fields. Pilots can fly between any of the select fields and be guaranteed top down ATC services. VATUSA will provide a pilot briefing closer to the event which will have preferred routing and other details/instructions to insure the events runs smoothly. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me at [email protected] Please include Transcon 2019 in the subject. We look forward to seeing everyone on Nov 2! Flights will depart from KSEA or KLAX and track eastbound across the U.S. to one of the four arrival airport including - KIAD, KMCO, KMIA, KJFK, and KBOS. Enroute ATC will be provided and preferred routing will be posted as well as a pilot brief closer to the event. We look forward ot everyone coming out and enjoying a night of flying.
  7. Congratulations to Dillon Newell (NL), who earned his Class C Ground certification on 10/13/19!
  8. Woah, Nellie! Continue the good work with an unbridled spirit and you'll be reigning in another certification on the mane stage (BOS) soon!
  9. Join me in congratulating Alfonso Martinez (MZ) who earned his Class C Tower certification 9/22/19!
  10. Congratulations to Sergey Kheyfets (KT) who earned his Class C Tower certification on 9/18/19!
  11. Almost as bad as my spelling. Congratulations to Derek Frelow (FW), who earned his Class C Ground certification on 9/8/19!
  12. 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 traffic, practice instrument approaches, or fly VFR or IFR between the featured airports: the choice is yours.This GA Fly-in features Albany (KALB) and Syracuse (KSYR)!Local Time: October 2, 2019 2000-2300ETZulu Time: October 2, 2019 2359-0300z
  13. 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.Boston Virtual ARTCC is teaming up with ZNY to bring you this special 4-hour edition of the Regional Circuit, featuring Philadelphia (KPHL) and Boston (KBOS).Local Time: October 17, 2019 7-11pm ETZulu Time: October 17, 2019 2300-0300z
  14. 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 Boston Logan Airport (KBOS) and Bangor International Airport (KBGR). Local Time: August 20, 2019 2000-2300ETZulu Time: August 21, 2019 0000-0300z Controller signups here.

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We are 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. We are not affiliated with the FAA, or the real-world Boston Center facility.

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