Embark on an unforgettable journey as we take to the virtual skies aboard the Boeing 757-200, linking the picturesque city of Riga (EVRA) to the vibrant heart of Catalonia, Barcelona (LEBL).
Join us for an awesome flight as airBaltic Virtual invites you to join our Wings Over Europe event, where we’ll be taking off from our main hub Riga International Airport (EVRA), and heading over to Barcelona International Airport (LEBL) using our historic Boeing 757-200. This flight promises an exhilarating experience for any pilots that can attend. Soar above the scenic landscapes of Latvia, witnessing the Baltic beauty unfold beneath the aircraft’s wings. As we cross the Baltic Sea, the journey continues south, crossing European skies and revealing the diverse terrains that pave the way to the Mediterranean jewel of Barcelona. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this wonderful event!
FLP: EVRA 5704N/2360E 5707N/2349E 5705N/2339E 5659N/2331E 5647N/2313E 5645N/2250E VALED 5632N/2114E LEP LASMA ADAXA NINTA DIPEB GORPI PESEL ODEGU DINKU DKB GUPIN ETAGO TEDGO NATOR LUTIX BENOT NEMOS GVA 4551N/603E BALSI KOTIT RETNO DOTIG GIROL TUPOX MTG DIVKO NILDU BISBA 4203N/330E BGR SLL D170K OLDIN VIBIM SANIS LEBL
Block Time: 3:20
Cruising Altitude: 36,000ft
Block Fuel: 16,513kg
It is encouraged to include the appropriate SIDs and STARs in your flight plan.
Copy the above FLP text into the waypoint search bar within Infinite Flight.
Based off of historic airBaltic flight BT681.
To provide the best possible ATC coverage for this event, we kindly request that IFATC members consider staffing both Riga International Airport (EVRA) and Barcelona International Airport (LEBL). This will enhance realism, coordination, and overall enjoyment for everyone involved.
However, in the event of a shortage of available controllers, we kindly ask for your understanding and flexibility. In such cases, please adhere to the following guidelines:
Familiarize yourself with the specific procedures for Riga International Airport (EVRA) and Barcelona International Airport (LEBL). Ensure you are well-versed in the taxiways, runways, and any unique airport operations.
In the absence of active ATC, pilots will rely on the Unicom frequency for communication. It is crucial to use Unicom correctly, providing clear and concise information about your intentions, such as taxiing, departing, or landing.
Before pushing back from the gate, it is vital to check the METAR for both departure and destination airports. Stay up-to-date with weather conditions, including wind speed and direction, visibility, and any significant changes that may affect aircraft operations.
By adhering to these guidelines, we can ensure a realistic and enjoyable experience for all participants, even in the absence of active ATC. Your professionalism and commitment to maintaining the highest standards of aviation within Infinite Flight are greatly appreciated.
When ATC services are available, it is mandatory to follow all instructions given by the controllers. Maintain professionalism, adhere to proper procedures, and cooperate fully to ensure efficient traffic flow.
It is crucial to understand that airBaltic Virtual or any of our staff members are not responsible for any violations that may occur during the event. Each pilot is individually responsible for adhering to the Infinite Flight rules and guidelines at all times.
We kindly request that all participants behave in a professional manner throughout the event. Show respect to fellow pilots and controllers, refrain from disruptive behavior or trolling, and maintain a positive and welcoming environment for everyone.
We appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these NOTAMs and helping us create a memorable and successful Wings Over Europe event. Remember, your actions contribute to the overall experience of each participant. These NOTAMs are subject to change and should be checked leading up to the start of the event.
|EGNM → LEBL
|EVRA → LEBL
|LPPT → LEBL
Want your virtual airline to participate in this event? Contact us via PM or at firstname.lastname@example.org.