Friday Night Flight: The Atlantan Way @ KATL - 190600ZAPR19

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This week’s Friday Night Flight takes us to the busy airport of Atlanta. We pair with Delta Virtual this week, and they bring us the established routes that you can find below. DLVA is one of the leading VAs here on Infinite Flight. For those wishing to join, head to the forum topic below:

Our hub this week will be Atlanta. The secondary hub will be Detroit. Both airports are large and with numerous gates. You can check gate sizes and space prior to landing on LiveFlight. A large number of smaller airports will also be open in the surrounding area. These airports are open at IFATCs discretion and make up a handful of the established routes for the week. You can find the list of airports at the bottom of this post.

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Established Routes

Inbound to Atlanta
KDTW - KATL

KDTW CALVS VWV 4015N/8430W RID IIU BNA NEWBB IHAVE MTHEW MGRIF BBABE 3434N/8522W LEMKE CHPPR MRCHH KATL

KRDU - KATL

KRDU CATAR WLFFF SHPRD 3527N/8105W LEAVI RMOON DGESS BTTIS 3430N/8315W DNIKK WINNG OZZZI HAARY KATL

KCVG - KATL

KCVG CHCLL PONIE IIU SKINN 3719N/8617W BWG BNA NEWBB IHAVE MTHEW MGRIF BBABE 3435N/8523W LEMKE CHPPR MRCER KATL

KLGA - KATL

KLGA LANNA PTW BYRDD HAAGN PENSY 3953N/7614W EMI CSN MOL FLASK YEOLD SCHUL TDUNN WLLSN MHONY TEDGE 3441N/8310W GBAKE WINNG OZZZI HAARY KATL

KMSP - KATL

KMSP JEDET ZMBRO ODI 4315N/9033W SIBER BRIBE ENL PLESS DENNI TINGS BNA NEWBB IHAVE MTHEW MGRIF 3452N/8539W BBABE LEMKE CHPPR MRCHH KATL

KDCA - KATL

KDCA 3734N/7922W FLASK YEOLD SCHUL TDUNN WLLSN MHONY TEDGE 3439N/8313W GBAKE WINNG OZZZI HAARY KATL

Outbound from Atlanta
KATL - KDTW

KATL PADGT COLVN SMTTH 3615N/8346W CEMEX IBATE TONIO TAFTT JONEN HNN 3912N/8206W SUBWY 3959N/8213W COLTZ CASIO 4115N/8232W 4125N/8243W WEEDA KDTW

KATL - KDCA

KATL JACCC SHUTT BFOUT KELLN 3436N/8202W KTOWN BYSCO JOOLI NUUMN ORACL KIWII 3718N/7748W WAVES KSETT ELAPP BULII CAPSS KDCA

KATL - KRDU

KATL GAIRY IRQ 3349N/8143W PYRES 3500N/8001W KRDU

KATL - KCVG

KATL PADGT COLVN 3545N/8403W SMTTH DOLLI ARTUR CHEDA ODABE HAYZL 3824N/8408W JAKIE FLM KCVG

KATL - KLGA

KATL JACCC SHUTT BFOUT KELLN 3452N/8142W BYJAC EVING LOOEY JAXSN HPW HUBBS PXT GARED RIDGY ENO SKIPY BESSI EDJER DAVYS HOLEY 4002N/7445W BRAND KORRY RBV TYKES MINKS RENUE KLGA

KATL - KMSP

KATL PENCL LEDRR EMAHH 3544N/8535W CEASE IOW MNOSO KICKR 4321N/9311W OOPEE LAZYY BLUEM HHAMR FARBO KMSP

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Event Details

Server: Any

Airport/s:

KATL Atlanta Hub
KDTW Detroit Hub

KDCA Washington
KRDU Raleigh-Durham
KCVG Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky
KLGA New York La Guardia
KMSP Minneapolis-Saint Paul

KMSY New Orleans Overflow
KSAV Savannah-Hilton Head Overflow
KJAX Jacksonville Overflow
KBNA Nashville Overflow

Aircraft/Liveries: Delta

NOTAMS:

Pattern work at controllers discretion.
Please follow the rules of each server as required.
There are established routes for this event.
Have fun!


FNF Event Hours:

Begin - Friday 19th April @ 06:00 ZULU

End - Saturday 20th April @ 06:00 ZULU

April 19, 2019April 20, 2019


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Yay! Looks super fun looking forward! Glad KDTW is getting some attention! 😁

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IIIIT’s Atlaaaantaaa!! 😍😍


@Cbro4 KCVG is on the list!


Look @Aceorbit its MSP!!!


@Airbus_737 @baseball_inferno Kay Dee See Ay!!!


Ommggg this is exiting. Love you Misha!😘

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Tonight gonna be lit!! :)

Thanks for everything Misha!

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This is gonna be a fantastic FNF!!👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Cannot Wait! There is a lot of choice to pick on! 😉

DCA is featured in an FNF! Finally!

even though it’s not the main airport, who cares?

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Prepare for regionals from me. So excited.

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Great I’m sure to make at least lga to atl 😜🔥

Second best FNF yet

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Note to all controllers at DCA:

Please remember that the DCA river visual is an FAA standard and must be followed at all times, straight out departures are not allowed, and Runway 04/22 are closed runways.

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This procedure is for:

Avoiding the Washington Monument (which straight out departures would crash into)
Avoiding restricted airspace north of DCA
Noise abatement
Chart:


The airport being too busy is not a proper reason for straight out departures. An aircraft takes off or lands at least every 2 minutes at KDCA (which is what I think we will see).

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This is very important especially if you are at APPR.

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@IF_Aviation1 @baseball_inferno

I invite you to read this topic, if the approach controller has a unrealistic amount of traffic we won’t be using realistic airport operating procedures.We aren’t forced to follow real life procedures at all actually.

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The app/dep depends on winds, if runway 1 is used for departures, aircraft should/will follow the river up until the waypoint FERGI/ALEEX. If runway 19 is used for arrivals, aircraft will and should follow the river all the way down to runway 15 and make a sharp turn onto runway 19. Runway 19 departures will follow the river about half-way through the glide slope and will turn right if heading west, or will continue to head down the glide slope if heading east/north.


If runway 33 is used, aircraft can depart from it, as long they are an E175 or E170. The CRJs and A319 are too big and takeoff at too high of speeds for a runway 33 departure. Runway 33 is also used for landings, of the E170/175 and CRJ-200 all other aircraft are too big for the runway. The runway 33 approach starts with what looks like a runway 1 approach, but after reaching 3/4 down the glide slope, the aircraft makes a right turn at a 90 degree angle to the left of runway 33 and makes a sharp turn onto final. KADW and the surrounding airspace must remain clear of aircraft lower than 10,000 feet, meaning aircraft may not have a long final onto runway 33.


If runway 15 is used, no aircraft may land on it because of downtown Arlington on short final of the runway. Aircraft may only takeoff on runway 19 and must follow the same procedures as runway 33, just in reverse. KADW airspace must remain clear of all aircraft lower than 10,000 feet.

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Not saying you have to @Neeson52 just if you could do a bit of realism that would be good,but if it gets to that point thats fine

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I don’t care if IFATC uses the runway being used IRL or not, these are the procedures and should/must be followed closely. If I get ghosted by following these procedures instead of doing something ILLEGAL (as in the highest penalty being life in prison if done on purpose) in real world aviation, then I will not stand for it.

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One 748 from seoul on its way

We’ll try to use these procedures but we aren’t obligated to. If you don’t comply with ATC instructions, you will be ghosted. It’s simple.

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