4000 NM flight (lost battery)

If you guys didn’t remember, my 1st try was a total fail because i had to divert because of lack of time. Today, hopefully i’ll be able to do the challenge.
If you want to track me here’s the information about the flight:

Aircraft: Boeing 787-9 Air New Zealand
Callsign: New Zealand 157
Duration (Flight Time): 8 hours
Server/ Location: Flying from PHTO to PHNL. TS1
Cruising Altitude: FL410 ( 41,000ft)

If you can, catch me in the skies!

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As I’ve said before, good luck with those pilots! And good luck in general

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Thanks! Already flown 500NM ( 1 hour) !

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you looked so lonely up there that I decided to come and cheer you up

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Thanks for the escort man! Im actually doing other things than just looking at IF.

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Yes I bet ZZZZzzzzZZZZ good luck with the challenge

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It’s really cold up here.
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Well…that’s quite a few loops

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You using the nav from live flight?

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No that’s from IF.

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That’s not what I was talking about there is a coded thing on live flight that is kinda like VNAV or LNAV or whatever it is an I was wondering if you were using it

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No im nopt using either LNAV or VNAV.

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Oh ok good luck

My first ever post. Been lurking without a forum acct for too long. Caught up and flying near you for as long as I can.

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behind you also, Catching up slowly this time in a 787-10

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That late turn was awful…

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I know dude, got a bit confused lol

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also the ATC was asking constant intentions and got distracted

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say cheeeeeeese

Brave man for not using AutoNav. For my 5000nmi and 10000nmi attempts I used both. The 5000 was a success because AutoNav remained connected the entire flight but my 10000 attempt lost connection around 6000nmi.