Title will change as flights happen
Summary: Welcome to the flight around the world in 6 days. This is an event that will take up most of the 30 day timespan that events are allowed to be within. During these days we will be trying to visit the main airports in every continent/country. This event will start in my hometown, Denver, CO and will end here. All flight plans will be pretty much direct to save time.
Server: All flights will occur on the Expert server
Airport: Event will start and end at KDEN
Time: The official start time of the event is 1600Z 2020-05-09T16:00:00Z 1630Z 2020-05-14T19:30:00Z andwill approxamitly end at
As there are a lot of components going into this event, there will be about 5-10 gate choices per flight.
United Airlines Flight: 2385
Iceland air 852
British Airways 801
Start day 2 1600Z-
Qatar airways 10
Qatar Airways 1335
Start Day 3 1430Z-
Kenya Airways 210
Cathay Pacific 696
Cebu Pacific 237
Start day 4 1430Z-
Air Asia 220
Start of day 5 1430Z[date=2020-05-13 time=08:30:00 timezone=“America/Denver”]
Last Flight 12
Start of day 6 1730Z
To sign up for every flight just comment you want to fly all, to fly only select flight please tell me the exact flight/s and I will assign you a gate
Some flights may not have a lot of gates. If you want to fly that route, please say that in the topic and I will add a gate for you!! Thanks and happy flighting :)
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