Mumbai Flyout | 11MAR23

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EVENT DETAILS

Airport Livery Server
VABB Air India Expert

Airport: Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (VABB)

Time & Date: 2023-03-11T16:00:00Z2023-03-11T17:00:00Z

Event Type: Fly-Out

About Our Hub:

Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (VABB) is India’s second largest and busiest airport, just under 8 kilometres or 5 miles away from the city centre of Mumbai! VABB serves just under 50 million passengers annually with direct routes to over 30 countries and 104 destinations!

Mumbai International Airport has won many awards over the years including the “Best Airport in India and Central Asia!” It was also a highly rated airport by Service Quality Awards who noted that the airport is exceptionally good for the amount of operations they see annually!

Yearly, Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport handles around 346,750 aircraft! All these operations are served by two operational runways. VABB sees operations from over 45 airlines and 15 cargo based operators!

To learn more about Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, read this web-page

ATC

This event is a part of the schedule, thus any IFATC is more than welcome to control Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport

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Routes

You can choose any route you want, given that it is flown IRL!

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GUIDE TO VABB AIRPORT

NOTAMS

☑ Please mark ✔️Going if you are attending the event.
☑ Any directions from ATC must be followed.
☑ Minumum separation of 5 nautical miles horizontal and 1000ft vertical must be adhered to at all times.
☑ Please follow IFATC instructions if present to avoid unnecessary violations. In case of the absence of IFATC please ensure proper use of UNICOM. follow all expert server rules. Most importantly, have fun!

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@Abhik_Mallik hope to see Air India 747

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Roger that🗿

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Will look forward to seeing you at the event,

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Fun Fact

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Antilia - World’s most expensive house is in Mumbai

Since Mumbai houses the wealthiest people in the country, it’s not surprising that it also has the world’s most expensive house - Antilia. This house belongs to the entrepreneur Mukesh Ambani, founder of the Reliance Group.

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I am pleased to announce a partnership with @IndiaVirtual, you can join them by clicking the link below

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Mumbai is the birthplace of the author of The Jungle Book

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Rudyard Kipling, the Nobel Laureate who wrote The Jungle Book, was born on 30 December 1865 in Mumbai. Kipling’s birth home still stands on the campus of the J J School of Art in Bombay, which was used as the Dean’s residence for many years.

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Did you know if you memorise just one switch a day, it will take you around 1 and a half year to memorize every switch and knob in an A320 cockpit. There are around 490 in total.

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Excited…
Waiting for it…

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Great my C130j will take off from KJFK.

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Flying in first from Mauritius (MAU749) and then for the event flying out to Bangalore (IGO5284).
Till then!

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A Mumbai event and I won’t join? Quite impossible.😄

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Do you have to give advance notification for ATC?

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As this event has a tag of community event, we cannot reserve ATC fou you. ATC can be taken on a first come, first serve basis.

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The airport is named after Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, a 17th-century warrior king who founded the Maratha Empire.

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You said “HOUSE”??! Bro that has to be an apartment! How are you gonna… how? Might as well put a whole village in that dang thing

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Antilia is a private residence located in Mumbai, India. It is owned by Mukesh Ambani, who is the chairman of Reliance Industries, and his family. The building is named after the mythical island of Antillia, which is said to have existed in the Atlantic Ocean.

Antilia is one of the most expensive and luxurious homes in the world, with a reported cost of over $2 billion USD. It is a 27-story building that stands 173 meters (568 feet) tall, with a total floor area of over 400,000 square feet. The design of the building is inspired by the traditional architecture of India, and it includes a variety of features such as multiple gardens, a swimming pool, a spa, a ballroom, a cinema, and a temple.

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No way. One family stays in the entire building 😂😂😂

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