21/JUN/2020 / 0750Z - From San Francisco to Hong Kong @ KSFO to VHHH

  • Aircraft and Livery: Cathay A350-900

  • Route:
    SID: GNNRR2 (GNNRR ALCOA)

    TRACT K: CEPAS COBAD 42N40 42N50 39N60 38N70 36E80 34E70 32E60 30E50 27E40

    Following: NIRAI MDE WHALE CORCO HALMA TOPAT BUICK NANJO NHC KAORU BORDO KIKIT ANGUS PABSO LEKOS ROBIN APU HLG SWORD MKG KADLO ANPOG ELATO 2218N/11611E MAGOG ENPET FISHA

    STAR: ABEY2B (ABBEY MUSEL TAMAR TD)

    APP: I25L (SABOG LOTUS FF25L RW25L)

  • Time of Departure: 2020-06-21T07:50:00Z

  • Server: Expert


  • Flight Details
    Speed: 85% speed of sound

    Altitude: FL 330 or Above

    V-speed: -2000ft / m


  • Violations And Ghostings Received During This Group Flight Are Your Own Responsibility.
  • Use Unicom Frequency In An Appropriate Way.
  • Spawn 20 Minutes Before Pushback.
  • Follow Departure, Arrival And Approach Procedures As Set.
  • Take Off Is Allowed When The Other Aircraft Is 7NM Away From The Airport
  • When Flying, Maintain At Least 10NM Of Separation With Aircraft Ahead.
  • In Order To Have A Good And Successful Approach, Consider Reducing Your Speed To 280Kts When below FL270
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I want to join

well come! it may last 13-14 hours(6400NM), are you ok for that.

It’s ok I will join in

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What’s our gate?

F81-F89 at T3, In fact, actually we cant’t assign for gate.

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I will have 295 passenger on board (including on board bags).
So it will be 24980 KG for passenger and 14040Kg cargo.
I count passengers by weight rather than number.

for reference only

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I’ve spawn in.You see Cathay 9889 Heavy.

on your left

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i have one hour extre fuel , we don’t need that much

push back when you ready : )

I found that simbrief sometimes gives you the wrong amount of fuel. For example, when I use the 777-200er, it is always two hours less. And when I use the A350, it will be one short.

sorry one hour more not short

Climbing to FL340

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what your time now?

mine is 1.15 AM , just check what’s your time when you landing