Use this category to announce, promote and discuss all your Infinite Flight events. You must be TL2 or above to post in this category.
General Category Rules
Events may not be posted more than 30 days before the event date
If a date is changed, and the new date is outside of this 30-day rule, you must make a new topic when the proposed date is within 30 days
You may only postpone the event once
Voice-based ATC events are not permitted
Users may only post a maximum of 6 events per month
Titles cannot include sponsorship details of the event
Titles cannot include attendee numbers
Titles cannot include anything in brackets
Titles must be under 120 characters
Titles must be formatted in the following way:
Event Title @ ICAO - DDHHMMZMONYY
Event Title: The title of your event. Keep it short and original!
- ICAO: The 4-letter airport code the event’s significant location. (e.g. KDEN)
- DD: Day of the month (e.g. 18th of June = 18)
- HHMM: Time of your event in Zulu time (e.g. 1pm CST (UTC -6) = 1900)
- Z: Simply the letter ‘Z’ to indicate the time is in Zulu time
- MON: 3-letter abbreviation for the month of your event (e.g. January = JAN)
- YY: Last 2 digits of the year of your event (e.g. 2015 = 15)
Example: Friday Night Flight - Airbus vs Boeing @ EGLL - 041830ZMAR18
Well since the events are over, there won’t be any point in changing them as the threads won’t be active, therefore it won’t be showing up too much.
This is more for people that are looking to create events/upcoming events
For Love of God, I would both personally love to see this happening but also avoid LHR and the FNF Thread so badly for the entirety of that day 🤪
Anyways the new rules are great. Simple to follow and makes a event look from the first glance very clean and proper. Will indeed ease out any previous confusion about event location, time and date. Indeed this thread here from in a very simple way describes the new rules that anyone will understand. We should make everyone’s life easier, to make shorter titles are one way, so people reading aren’t spending too much unnecessary time trying understand the information displayed and what information that there the most vital, location, time and date.
Regarding postponing, I find that to be a necessary rule, as it will ensure that event-creators actually put a lot of time doing proper research before posting the event thread and choose very carefully when to hold the event. Additionally it will allow less people to be worried about when the event will take place. They can now very easily read the title and know the new date if postponed without having to be anxious about the event constantly being pushed for weeks or even months due to low attendance rates, last minute hiccups in life or other factors that contribute to a event delay.