Saint Helena Fly In
As you know, Saint Helena is one of the most isolated places in the entire world. In fact, if you would like to learn more about it, you could watch the video posted on YouTube a few months back by Jeb Brooks. Along with that, you could watch the other video by Wendover Productions, where you can learn about the islands history, and the airport itself. As you know, they don’t have enough gate there to suit everyone, so we will do a fly in to there. We will be taking off from Cape Town, and landing in Saint Helena. We are making it a little challenging, and be using the Comair 737. In fact, this was the first plane to ever attempt to lay in there. Eventually, the plane was switched to an Embraer E190, after it was decided that the 737 was a little too big. However, we will be attempting the challenging landing. I recommend that do you have at least six hours of fuel, in case we need to divert back to the mainland, as is done with the regular flight. They always carry enough fuel for the worst, because there are no diversion airports. And as always, without further ado, onto the gates and information!
When you land in Saint Helena, please remember to despawn immediately after you leave the runway, leaving open ramp space for everyone else. Thank you!
More gates will be added upon request/need
Thank you and enjoy the fly out!