IFTSATC Denver FNF (CLOSED) (TS1)

Join us from 23:00-01:00 Zulu tonight at Denver For FNF, We will control multiple airports in TS1 so make sure to come for proffessional TS1 Controling!

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What even times are they?

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7 PM EST to 9 PM EST :)

Just so that you know, there are only 24 hours in a day.

your times should reset to 0 after 23:59z

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Now changed to 25:00 Zulu? Again what time is this? If your going to be providing a high quality service on the training server, you should really check your world clock and 24 hour clock times!

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Nice that the IFTSATC Opens at the FNF event, but I’m not sure about the time you guys open:)

Your times don’t make sense. Past 2359 it starts over at 0000 your times cannot got for the event from 2300-2500 we don’t even have 25hrs.

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Edited it, there you go…

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Have you closed then now?

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You do know it is now 22:00z and that means you would have opened and now closed

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You do realise the times you put have now past?

Google is your best friend for time conversion :)

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The real question is what time zone do you live in? I live in EST and i think its like 18:00 right now

Zulu Time alligns with British time- GMT

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Ehrm, timezone does not matter when it comes to Zulu. Zulu is zulu regardless of where you live…

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I live in GMT time zone, but that makes no difference

If you give times then please give them correctly I told you the time in ZULU as you had given the Times in ZULU

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I live in GMT which at the present time we align with Zulu, but on Sunday we become Zulu + 1 for daylight savings.

If you google “what time is it in Zulu now” you will get the time and then just work out the difference to your current time :)

This is one I use.

http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_UTC.aspx

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I have an app called “Pilot Time”. Works great.

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We’re open come in the Training server

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