As a continuation to last week’s event in the Caribbean, we invite you to fly this time to Aspen (KASE), one of America’s most challenging airports. We will be meeting at Colorado Springs Airport (KCOS) for a scenic flight over the snow-capped summits of the Southern Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Don’t miss this occasion to display your flying skills on the Dash 8.
Airport: KCOS , KASE
Aircraft: Dash 8 (Any North American carrier livery).
Time: 13:00Z - 9 a.m EDT - 9 p.m HKT
Date: Wednesday, August 10th 2016.
NOTAM: It is imperative that you strictly follow all IF Live’s rules. Comply with recommended speed and altitude profiles. Do not exceed 550 kts ground speed below 40.000 ft. Make sure to go over the following parameters before joining the event. For guaranteeing a steady flow on approach at Aspen, spacing on takeoff is essential.
KCOS (Rwy 17L) SLURP IXNUZ CUBVU BRK FQF DBL JARGU DOYPE KASE (Rwy 15)
Speed and altitude profile:
In order to avoid any traffic warnings, It is mandatory to comply with the following parameters:
Rotation to cruise altitude: 210 KIAS, V/S: 2,500 ft/min.
Descent: 200 KIAS, V/S: - 2,600 ft/min MAX.
Assigned KASE Approach (LOC / DME-E)
Don’t forget to capture and share your screenshots of the event. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to contact me or @Kyle.Plane.
Happy flying and keep the blue side up!