Oceanic Flying Tutorial

Oceanic Flying in an airliner often involves long stretches of flying with no radar coverage or communication with Air Traffic Control. Oceanic tracks on Infinite Flight allow aircraft to complete successful oceanic crossings by following predetermined routes, much like a highway in the sky, that are regularly updated to adapt to traffic volume and weather patterns.

Join me as I show you how to file and fly the North Atlantic Track (NAT) from London to New York with a few critical steps to tackle any oceanic track!

Flying Guide • Oceanic Flying


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Great one! This is definitely going to help a lot of us here.

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Great work!

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Wow, this is special! Glad to see this out!

Now I just need to watch it…😂

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Looks great! Thanks Tyler!

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Very informative Video Tyler thank you, short and sweet. Still cant get over the update it was a crazy one!

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Awesome job as usually Tyler!

Quick questions:

I believe the Pacific Tracks (PACOTS) have been the same since the update came out in June. Would you know when we could see an update to those?

Any chance that Australian Flex Tracks may come to the sim? 🙈

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Thank you again for the very interesting tutorial Tyler! I never knew about the altitude restrictions on an oceanic track.

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Ooh! Awesome work on this one. Definitely not a topic I would have thought of, nevertheless, great work!

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These will be updated based on demand, but I will also check to see if we can explore adding more that will connect popular locations like Sydney/US, US/Asia, etc. Thanks for watching and keep an eye out for more tracks to come!

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Oh, that’s awesome to hear! I would love to be flying on tracks from LA to Sydney! 😍

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Amazing Tutorial Tyler! Your the best!

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Great tutorial Tyler! Keep it up!

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Brill tutorial Tyler! Thank you!

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Super! 💙 Thanks🛩

Great video

Good job Tyler! It’s useful!

Great tutorial !

Great post

Thanks for another helpful tutorial Tyler!