Official Infinite Flight squawks

I just think we need officail squawk, you can post updates for your flight and give us updates

Normal squawks
0000
1200- IFR flight, this is the standard squawk code used in North American airspace when no other has been assigned.
7000- IFR standard squawk code for most of European airspace.
0021- IFR squawk code for German airspace (5000 feet and below)
0022-IFR squawk code for German airspace (above 5000 feet)

Emergancy Squawks
7700 - General Emergancy
7600 - Radio Falure
7500 - Hijacking or Terrorist attack

Special
7777 - Military Interceptor Operations

You can post your flights here!
Ex

Flight number: ACA676
Airline: Air Canada
Aircraft: 777-200LR
Squawk: 1200
Cruising ALT: 35000
Server: Expert
To: KSEA
From: KBFI

Update
We have declared emergancy blah blah blah squawk 7700

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Hy @Sam1

If I understand well your topic, you should post this on #real-world-aviation. I have moved it for you ;-))

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I didn’t understand correctly your topic :/ So return back to #general ;-)

By the way, why you do this if we don’t have squawk code in IF ?

What are you trying to say?

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This topic is really neat. I just have one tiny thing. When flying an airliner or a commercial aircraft, you are automatically flying IFR. There is no VFR flying when you are flying a commercial aircraft ;)

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Duplicate:

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My bad, wasn’t a duplicate sorry, deleted the post.

I think this isn’t a feature request but a way to simulate to have squaw codes.

I noticed. That’s why I removed the post.

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I fixed the issues @Aviationluver

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I got him
so imagine a flight you have done and the imagine the sqwak of it using the reference in the topic
mine:- EHAM-EDDL
BER1098 Air Berlin
Aircraft Dash8
Squawk 7000
in german 0022 and 0021
crusing 11000
expert

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Northwest 1
KMIA-KORD
757-200
Squawk 7700
Descending >7000
A passenger is suffering from Asthma

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This is not true. Commercial airliners CAN fly VFR. Google is your friend :)

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You never removed the post . . .

I don’t mean to disagree but check this out. Aircraft are prohibited to fly VFR ;)

http://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=741567

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Unfortunetly Federal Aviation Regulations don’t carry any authority in the UK ;)

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EZY001

EHAM - EDDL
A320
EasyJet Virtual
SQUAWK(S) 7000, 0021, 0022
CRUISING ALT: FL280

This is an old flight

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