27SEP20 / 1600Z - A Realistic Recreation of Reagan! @KDCA

A Realistic Recreation of Reagan!


Credit: flyregan.com


Hello and welcome to the recreation of Washington Reagan National Airport!

In this event, we will, as realistically as possible, recreate everyday traffic at Reagan airport! We will have everything from hour long flights to cross country flights! There is a great diversity of routes, so hopefully you will be able to find one that suits you! What is different about this event compared to most other events on the IFC is that we will not only be departing from Reagan, we will have some routes arriving as well! If you really fall in love with this event, you can even take a fly in and fly out route!

About Reagan National Airport

Washington Reagan national airport is one of three airports serving the Washington, D.C. area. It is the third busiest in the area, after Baltimore Washington International Airport and Washington Dulles International airport. Reagan has served as a hub for American, ever since their merge with US Airways. It serves domestic routes all across the continental US, and includes some flights to Canada and islands in the Atlantic and Caribbean. It is situated on the Potomac River, meaning there is a very nice approach along the river to land.

About Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C. is the capital of the United States. The District of Columbia is located on the Potomac River, and is in between the states of Maryland and Virginia. Some famous tourist attractions include; the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, the White House, the WWII Memorial, the Smithsonian Museum, and so many more! I can’t forget the National Air and Space Museum which is close by in Virginia, which is home to the Enola Gay, the plane that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, the space shuttle Discovery, an Air France Concorde, and the Spirit of St. Louis, which was flown by Charles Lindbergh in the first ever solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean.


Fly-Out Gates
Terminal A - Air Canada, Southwest, Frontier
Gate Destination Airline Aircraft Pilot
1 Toronto Air Canada Bombardier CRJ-200
2 Ottawa Air Canada Bomberdier CRJ-200
3 Toronto Air Canada Bombardier CRJ-900 @ToasterStroodie
4 Dallas Love Field Southwest Boeing 737-700 @KindaTartySliceOfPie
5 Columbus Southwest Boeing 737-800 @Infinite_Flight_Bra1
6 Orlando Southwest Boeing 737-800
7 Providence Southwest Boeing 737-700 @PilotSD
8 Fort Lauderdale Southwest Boeing 737-700
9 Denver Frontier Airbus A320
Terminal B - Alaska, Delta, United
Gate Destination Airline Aircraft Pilot
10A Seattle Alaska Airbus A320 @Pingu
10B Portland (OR) Alaska Airbus A320
10 San Francisco Alaska Airbus A320
11 Atlanta Delta Airbus A321
12A Salt Lake City Delta Boeing737-800
12 New York LaGuardia Delta Embraer E170
14 Madison Delta Embraer E170
15 Minneapolis Delta Airbus A319
16 Los Angeles Delta Boeing737-800
17 Raleigh-Durham Delta Bombardier CRJ-900
18 New York JFK Delta Bombardier CRJ-900
19 Denver United Airbus A320
20 Newark United Embraer E170
21 San Francisco United Boeing 757 @Jacob_Layton
22 Chicago O’Hare United Airbus A320
Terminal B/C - JetBlue, American
Gate Destination Airline Aircraft Pilot
23 Boston JetBlue Airbus A320 @Stellar_G
24 San Juan JetBlue Airbus A320
25 Tampa JetBlue Airbus A320
26 Nassau JetBlue Embraer E190
27 Fort Myers JetBlue Airbus A320
28 West Palm Beach JetBlue Embraer E190
29 Fort Lauderdale JetBlue Airbus A320 @CaptainZac
30 Burlington American Bombardier CRJ-700
31 Philadelphia American Airbus A320
32 Jacksonville American Bombardier CRJ-700
33 St. Louis American Bombardier CRJ-700
34 Phoenix American Airbus A320
Terminal C - American
Gate Destination Airline Aircraft Pilot
35 Atlanta American Bombardier CRJ-700
36 Miami American Boeing 737-800 @USA_ATC
37 Dallas-Fort Worth American Airbus A321 @Aviation2929
38 Norfolk American Bombardier CRJ-700 @KTJ_Mitchell
39 Portland (ME) American Bombardier CRJ-200
40 Buffalo American Bombardier CRJ-700
41 White Plains American Bombardier CRJ-700 @TechOps
42 Los Angeles American Airbus A321
43A Charlotte American Airbus A320 @CLTaviation13
43C Bermuda American Airbus A320 @Captain-787
43 Las Vegas American Boeing 737-800
44C Syracuse American Bombardier CRJ-700 @CPT_HILD
44 Chicago O’Hare American Boeing 737-800 @ORD777flyer
45 Pittsburgh American Airbus A320
Fly-In Reservations
<2 hour flights
Departure Airline Aircraft Appr. Flight Time Pilot
Norfolk American Bombardier CRJ-700 1:00
Grand Rapids American Bombardier CRJ-700 1:50
Wilmington American Bombardier CRJ-900 1:35
New York JFK US Airways Embraer E175 1:20 @IF787
Hartford American Bombardier CRJ-700 1:30
Albany American Bombardier CRJ-200 1:20
Raleigh Durham American Bombardier CRJ-700 1:10
Philadelphia American Airbus A320 0:55
Savannah American Bombardier CRJ-700 1:50 @TechOps
Charleston American Bombardier CRJ-700 1:10
Toronto Air Canada Bombardier CRJ-200 1:30 @Pingu
Montreal Air Canada Bombardier CRJ-900 1:40
Ottawa Air Canada Bombardier CRJ-200 1:30
Atlanta Delta Airbus A321 2:00 @ToasterStroodie
Cincinnati Delta Bombardier CRJ-900 1:40
New York LaGuardia Delta Airbus A319 1:20 @Stellar_G
Newark United Embraer E170 1:15
2-4 hour flights
Departure Airline Aircraft Appr. Flight Time Pilot
New Orleans American Bombardier CRJ-700 2:45
Dallas-Fort Worth American Airbus A321 3:15
Key West American Bombardier CRJ-700 2:50
Miami American Boeing 737-800 2:50
Tampa American Boeing 737-800 2:20
Birmingham American Bombardier CRJ-700 2:00
Destin/Fort Walton American Bombardier CRJ-700 2:30
Orlando American Airbus A320 2:25
Bermuda American Airbus A320 2:25
San Juan JetBlue Airbus A320 3:45
Nassau JetBlue Embraer E190 3:00
West Palm Beach JetBlue Embraer E190 2:30
Denver Frontier Airbus A320 3:50
Houston United Embraer E170 3:45
Austin Southwest Boeing737-800 3:25
>4 hour flights
Departure Airline Aircraft Appr. Flight Time Pilot
Phoenix American Airbus A320 4:50
Las Vegas American Boeing 737-800 5:00
Salt Lake City Delta Boeing 737-800 4:45
Los Angeles Delta Boeing 737-800 5:35
San Francisco United Boeing 757 5:45
Portland (OR) Alaska Airbus A320 5:45
Seattle Alaska Airbus A320 5:35 @Pingu
General Aviation
Hangar Aircraft Dest. Pilot
GA Hangar 01
GA Hangar 02
GA Hangar 03
GA Hangar 04
GA Hangar 05
GA Hangar 06
GA Hangar 07

Server: Expert Server

Airport: Washington Reagan National Airport (KDCA)

Time: 2020-09-27T16:00:00Z


  • If you want a different gate for the fly-out or fly-in, just ask me and I will be happy to accommodate your request.

  • If any VA’s want to sponsor this event, just PM me and we can work that out.

  • If you want an in-depth tutorial about the proper procedures and real-life rules at KDCA, click here to check out the amazing tutorial made by @dca.iad.aviation!

  • You can participate in both the fly-out and fly-in if you want. It is not required, but encouraged that if you decide to do both, pick the same route for both.

  • If you choose a General Aviation spot, please note that the destination and aircraft is completely up to the pilot. However, you may not take any GA plane smaller than a Citation X because in real life, Reagan Airport does not allow small GA planes.

  • If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, don’t hesitate to let me know!

I hope to see you there!

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fly-in for me!

This one, but can I replace 737 with the US Airways E175?

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Yep, I’ll put it down for you :)

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Fort Lauderdale JetBlue plzzzzz

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I’ll put you down, thanks for signing up :)

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@CaptainZac you want the fly-out, right?

Correct my friend

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I think I’ll take this one (fly-out)

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Can I take a gate in the Fly-in and fly-out to and from Toronto? Thanks! Always love to see a DCA event.

Where’s @ToasterStroodie and @CPT_HILD when you need them lol

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@nativetoalaska you got it, I’ll put you down :)
@Pingu you definitely can! Thanks for signing up!

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This one plz

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You got it :)

I’m here my guy!

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Can I take this (btw they use A319 on this route)

Can I have this one too?

That’s my bad, do you want to fly the A319?

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Yes please

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Gates 23,25,27, and 29 are used by American not JetBlue. 24,26,28 are though.

Yes, I found that out. Only reason I did it that way was to keep the gates more organized. I will most likely change that later:)

Would you like a gate?

May I get an American Eagle CRJ-700 to Syracuse?

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Yep, I’ll get that for you :)

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