An Escort is Needed!

Air Force One is planning to fly from KEDW to KLAX with the President on board! He is taking a vacation in Los Angeles just because he can (lol). But, no escort is in place! On Sunday July 26 meet me at KEDW in the SoCal region with some type of jet used in combat to this day (USAF only) and copy my flight plan. We will leave for KLAX at 4:15pm New York Time so be there at 4:00pm New York Time and follow Air Force One! We will taxi onto the largest active runway and fly to KLAX. This will all be taking place on the ATC PLAYGROUND SERVER. Hope to see you there :smile:

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@nickdubest its at 4:15am Hong Kong Time

And what’s condo time?

Perhaps he meant “congo time”
:smile: Enjoy the flight guys,

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And its 9:15 departure Congo time

I be there

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I’m gonna try to make it, but I have no idea if some last-minute plan is gonna pop up, so I’ll tell you later

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Do you need anybody to be an ATC for those locations. I can do KEDW for sure, but it may be hard doing ATC @ KLAX because of how popular the station is there. I think it would be helpful to you to have an ATC who knows what is going on. -W

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I could take KLAX right now-Ground and Tower!
As you said, it’s busy, and that means the service will inevitably not be as good, but I have experience controlling at busy airports paticuarly KLAX and I will try and cater to your needs!

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http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

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Can we use F-14s?

@C_Baccari : According to the original post, it is required we use USAF aircraft still in use. Here are some wikipedia pages I found. One is about the F-14, the other is about current aircraft serving the United States. To answer your question: No. The F-14 is a retired naval aircraft. Glad to help out. -W


Thanks @BBJMAX! I owe you one for this!

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KEDW is fine @wcrate! Thanks for this!

No problemo My friend :)