A rare yet always enjoyable FNF is one that focuses on general aviation aircraft. With the build-up to 20.1 growing, we are going to head to the skies in small little aircraft and explore two wonderful locations before the roaring monster of the B772 is released into the wild sometime in the future.
The first is the Scottish islands and the English channel islands. Both are hubs for GA traffic and serve as key links to the mainland for the islands. On top of that, the scenery of the islands is unique and beautiful. For those wanting something different, fly into Barra where you can land on a sandy beach! The second location is the eastern coast of Australia, infamous for the Great Barrier Reef. It goes without saying that this area is stunning in its own right!
Please be aware that it is general aviation aircraft only at these airports. This is shown in a TFR in the app, as a popup message when you load in at an airport with a TFR, and twice in this topic below.
As of 2017, how many C172s were sold in total?
NOTAM: Only these GA aircraft are permitted at all event airports during event hours. This is enforced with TFRs seen as large red rings.
Daher TBM 930
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Aircraft: GA only
FNF Event Hours:
Begin - Friday 22nd May @ 06:00 ZULU
End - Saturday 23rd May @ 06:00 ZULU
May 22, 2020 → May 23, 2020
EGHE Scilly Isles
EGHC Lands End
YBHM Hamilton Island
NOTAMsGeneral Aviation aircraft only. These are the following:
Daher TBM 930