I was wondering if any of you have a fixed Callsign and if you do, how did you choose it?
I always have the airlines Callsign (e.g. British Airways = Speedbird) and ‘55’ as I just like the number, haha.
Is that the right way to go about it?
If I’m flying a GA plane I use N490ME as that’s the callsign it randomly gave me the first time I went on Live. When flying a commercial plane I use the airline name followed by “4 9 0”.
When flying GA (75% of the time) I use the same call sign, N986MJ.
When flying commercial (I really only fly the small number of real life routes) I use the real aircraft, livery and call sign for that route at that time of day
When I’m doing a GA flight, N260WK. Most other times, it’s [Airline] 512.
Mine are TravelSky flight number
I am usually BU176M. That for life.
I use the airlines Callsign and then 2016 or if I go private I use MANX365
My personal callsign is PMR997.
PMR Is purely my initials and I chose 997 because it sounds cooler than 123.
For commercial airlines I use callsign 23. The 23 is supposed to represent Michael Jordan’s jersey number.
When I fly commercial (almost always) I use the airline name then 11 and my display name is IFC-nuoneswars
I didn’t have one before but now, due to laziness I have one
GA plane i use RP-C1432
For philippine airlines i use PR-079
I always fly with my va callsign: BANTER1
I vary mine all the time depending on airline, region and aircraft
UFO 640 always and forever.
I’m always the airliner, then ‘2362’
Either B-AVIA, D-SCJV, (Airline) (Aircraft ICAO) or a TravelSky callsign.