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Hyde Park / Re:Něco k odreagování
« Poslední příspěvek od Prokop Lamser kdy 21.02.2018 12:48:01 »
To je mimibazar? Jenom při vyslovení kořene "mimi" propuká PB v panický záchvat...
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Hyde Park / Re:Něco k odreagování
« Poslední příspěvek od Pavel Brodský kdy 21.02.2018 12:46:50 »
...

PB
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Hyde Park / Re:Něco k odreagování
« Poslední příspěvek od Radomír Věncek kdy 21.02.2018 12:26:08 »
Já a sprosťárna? No dovolte! :)

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Hyde Park / Re:Něco k odreagování
« Poslední příspěvek od Pavel Brodský kdy 21.02.2018 12:09:04 »
Ne. A jestli to bude nějaká sprostárna...!

PB
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Hyde Park / Re:Něco k odreagování
« Poslední příspěvek od Ondřej Pěnička kdy 21.02.2018 11:40:41 »
Ne
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Hyde Park / Re:Něco k odreagování
« Poslední příspěvek od Radomír Věncek kdy 21.02.2018 11:38:56 »
Inspirace pro PB 8) ;D

(prosim potvrdte nekdo, ze ten obrazek vidite, nevim, jestli je verejne pristupny)
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MS Flight Simulator / Re:FSLabs A320 malware v oficiálním release
« Poslední příspěvek od Vladimir Linek kdy 21.02.2018 11:07:30 »
Tohle je opravdu "srandalni"... na threatpost to napsali trochu lepe:

https://threatpost.com/flight-sim-labs-heavy-handed-anti-piracy-tactics-raise-hackles/130005/

Priznam se, ze v techto pripadech opravdu nevim, jestli jsou ti autori tak strasne hloupi nebo tak strasne drzi.
Vlastne se to nevylucuje. Ale co jsou vic?
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Slety - Events / [25 FEB 2018, 18-22z] Brussels-Berlin Shuttle
« Poslední příspěvek od Petra Ondráčková kdy 21.02.2018 08:48:28 »


Belux vACC and VATSIM Germany would like to invite all pilots to our Brussels-Berlin Shuttle. Brussels (EBBR) and Berlin Tegel (EDDT) will be fully staffed on 25 February between 1800z and 2200z. Come join us for this lovely Sunday evening. One-way flight duration is around 1 hour which gives you the oppertunity to fly both legs.

Routes

EDDT-EBBR: BRANE Q201 POVEL UM994 EXOBA UZ717 ABAMI T884 AGENI T855 BATTY (FL280-340, even)

EBBR-EDDT: SPI UY862 PODEN Y862 KENUM UZ907 ELDAR Z727 ANAVI DCT BATEL (FL270-350, odd)

EBBR Charts, Procedures and Scenery
EDDT Charts and Scenery
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Slety - Events / [23 FEB 2018, 19-21z] C1 Controller Practical Test - EBBU_CTR
« Poslední příspěvek od Petra Ondráčková kdy 21.02.2018 08:47:17 »


Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that on Friday February 23rd at 1900z Belux vACC is hosting a Controller Practical Test for one of its members.
The Controller Practical Test is being held on Brussels Control. As such we extend an open invite for virtual pilots to join us in ensuring the candidate has the volume of traffic to make this an interesting, enriching and fulfilling experience for all.

We thank you in advance for supporting and look forward to seeing you there.
Some documents to assist with flight ops in Brussels FIR:

EBBR Briefing document can be found here.

Charts can be found in the Belgocontrol eAIP (Part 3 - AD 2 AERODROMES).
Scenery can be found here.
Flightplans are available on vatroute or on vroute.

Once again many thanks,

Belux vACC staff and members
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Screen Shots / Re:Aviation videos
« Poslední příspěvek od Vladimir Linek kdy 20.02.2018 09:43:39 »
Cockpit Video Shows F/A-18E Super Hornet Performing Case II Recovery With Low Visibility And Pitching Deck

https://youtu.be/CSnlWJjRLNw

Citace
Case-II approaches are used when weather conditions are such that the flight may encounter instrument conditions during the descent, but visual conditions of at least 1,000 feet (300 m) ceiling and 5 nautical miles (9.3 km; 5.8 mi) visibility exist at the ship. Positive radar control is used until the pilot is inside 10 nautical miles (19 km; 12 mi) and reports the ship in sight.

According to the NATOPS manual, under Case-II conditions: “Penetrations in actual instrument conditions by formation flights of more than two aircraft are not authorized. Flight leaders shall follow Case III approach procedures outside of 10 nm. When within 10 nm with the ship in sight, flights will be shifted to tower control and pro- ceed as in Case I. If the flight does not have the ship in sight at 10 nm, the flight may descend to not less than 800 feet. If a flight does not have the ship in sight at 5 miles, both aircraft shall be vectored into the bolter/waveoff pattern and action taken to conduct a Case III recovery for the remaining flights.”

For jets and turboprops the holding pattern is a left-hand pattern more or less tangent to the BRC (Base Recovery Course – magnetic heading of the ship) with the ship in the 3-o’clock position and a maximum diameter of 5 nm.
Aircraft circle at altitudes from 2,000 feet upward at various levels with a vertical separation of 1,000 feet.
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