ATC Schedule • 8-14 March 2021

Region changes will occur around 0600Z as the previous region’s activity comes to an end.


FEATURED AIRPORTS:

Monday:

Moscow Domodedovo* (UUDD), Kazan (UWKD), St. Petersburg (ULLI), Simferpool (URFF), Sochi (URSS), Samara (UWWW), Antalya (LTAI), Baku* (UBBB)

Featured Airline: S7


Tuesday:

Seattle* (KSEA), Portland (KPDX), Los Angeles* (KLAX), Phoenix (KPHX), San Francisco* (KSFO), Anchorage (PANC), Juneau (PAJN), Las Vegas (KLAS)

Featured Airline: Alaska Airlines


Wednesday:

Oslo* (ENGM), Copenhagen* (EKCH), Bodo (ENBO), Tromso (ENTC), Kristiansand (ENCN), Bergen (ENBR), Stockholm Arlanda* (ESSA), Berlin Bradenburg (EDDB)

Featured Airline: Norwegian


Thursday:

Featured Route Airlines
Sydney* (YSSY) to Auckland (NZAA) JetStar, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Virgin Australia
Singapore (WSSS) to Melbourne (YMML) Qantas, Scoot, Singapore Airlines

All other airports ATC choice in highlighted region


Friday: To Be Announced


Saturday:

HUB: London Stansted* (EGSS)
All other airports ATC choice from the event destination list

Featured Event: The Mega Stansted Flyout @ EGSS


Sunday:

ATC Choice in the Highlighted Region


*denotes airports that must not be opened by controllers in the Specialist or Officer check ride phase

FAQ

How do I join IFATC?

Head over to our ATC Recruiting Topic, read all instructions, and submit an application to get started!

How do I get IFATC at my event?

At least one published event from the #live:events category will be featured each month on the IFATC schedule. Direct message requests are not accepted. Events chosen are based on organization, engagement, airport capacity for the event type, and creativity. For more, you can check out the IFATC Event Policy here!

What is a "check ride"?

Each IFATC member enters a check ride phase upon promotion to the ATC Specialist & Officer rank which gives access to Class Bravo airports or radar frequencies… This phase evaluates their ability to handle complex airports, increased traffic volume, and standard Expert Server conditions. The * on the ATC Schedule denotes airports that shouldn’t be opened by newly promoted ATC Specialists or Officers.

How can I appeal my Level 2 or 3 Violation?

If reported by ATC on the Expert Server for an infraction you will be issued a Level 2 or Level 3 Violation. This may be appealed here on the Community Forum by sending a direct message to @appeals where you should provide your callsign, display name, location, details surrounding the report, and a replay file which can easily be uploaded here!


Ever wonder how the ATC Schedule is made? Find out here!

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