The Duel In The Middle East || @OTHH & OMDB Fly-out! 30APR1000Z20

The Duel In The Middle East


Welcome to my last event of my subscription! Today we take a look at the 2 most talked about airlines, and rivals; Qatar Airways and Emirates. The Middle East is a Region with so many rising, and world-leading airlines such as Qatar Airways, Emirates, Etihad, GulfAir, and many more. For this event I wanted to feature two huge airlines, and have their respected hubs featured for truly, a vast array of flights you could literally read on till’ the next day.

Event Details

Server: Expert
Airports: OTHH (Hamad Intl.) & OMDB (Dubai Intl)
Time: 2020-04-30T10:00:00Z --> 2020-04-30T18:00:00Z

NOTAM: In the event that IFATC is present at the event, please follow all instructions and act professionally at all times throughout the event. Neither me, nor any of the associated VA’s are responsible for any violations/ghostings you main gain. Realistic procedures will be used.


About Doha Hamad intl.

Doha Hamad Airport is Qatar’s only international airport. It was opened in 2014 after the decision for a new International airport was made. Doha’s previous airport, Doha International airport, has now been turned into a storage facility and for private use. Hamad airport is the Hub for the worlds’ best airline Qatar Airways, and serves as a stopover when flying from one part of the world to another. Doha Hamad features one large terminal which consists of several concourses; concourse A, B, C, D, and E.

Basic Facts:

Runway length(s): 16R/34L: 13,944ft // 16L/34R: 15,912ft
Hub for: Qatar Airways, Qatar Airways Cargo, Qatar Executive
Elevation: 13ft
Rated: Words’ second best airport


Concourse A
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
A01 Hyderabad Airbus A330-300 generic
A03 Malé Airbus A350-900
A04 Kuwait City Airbus A319
A05 Manchester Boeing B787-8
A06 Paris Airbus A380
A07 Frankfurt Boeing B777-300
A09 Perth Airbus A380
A10 Johannesburg Airbus A350-900
A11 Kuala Lumpur Airbus A350-900
Concourse B
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
B01 Seoul Boeing B777-300
B02 Muscat Airbus A321
B03 Tokyo Haneda Airbus A350-900
B04 Bangkok Boeing B777-300
B05 Jakarta Boeing B777-300
B06 Hong Kong Boeing B777-300
B07 Auckland Boeing B777-200LR
B08 Manila Boeing B777-300
B09 Singapore Airbus A350-900
B10 Istanbul Boeing B787-8
Concourse C
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
C01 London Heathrow Airbus A350-900
C02 Munich Boeing B777-300
C03 Zagreb Airbus A321
C04 Belgrade Airbus A321
C05 Brussels Boeing B777-300
C06 Rome Boeing B777-300
C07 Barcelona Airbus A340
C08 Helsinki Airbus A350-900
C09 Vienna Airbus A350-900
C10 Budapest Airbus A330-300 generic
C11 Copenhagen Boeing B777-300
C12 Luxembourg Boeing B777-300
C13 Milan Airbus A330-300 generic
Concourse D
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
D01 New York Airbus A350-900
D02 Miami Boeing 777-300
D03 Montreal Boeing B777-300
D04 Osaka Airbus A350-900
D05 Beirut Boeing B787-8
D06 Guangzhou Boeing B777-300
D07 Ho Chi Min Airbus A330-300 generic
D08 Nairobi Airbus A350-900
D09 Arbil Airbus A319
D10 Baku Airbus A321
D11 Tehran Boeing B777-300
D12 Krabi Boeing B787-8
D13 Sydney Boeing B777-200LR
D14 Karachi AIrbus A350-900
D15 Moscow Boeing B777-300
D16 Bucharest Airbus A321
D17 Sao Paolo Boeing B777-300
D18 Edinburg Boeing B787-8
D19 St. Petersburg Airbus A321
Concourse E
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
E01 Dallas Airbus A350-900
E02 Chicago Boeing B777-300
E03 Kathmandu Airbus A330-300 generic
E03 Bengalaru Airbus A330-300 generic
E04 Amman Airbus A350-900
E05 Baghdad Airbus A319
E06 Madrid Boeing B787-8
E07 Amsterdam Boeing B777-300
E08 Melbourne Boeing B777-300
E09 Oslo Boeing B787-8
E10 Delhi Airbus A330-300 generic
E11 Berlin Airbus A350-900
E12 Shanghai Boeing B777-300
E13 Prague Airbus A321
E14 Sofia Airbus A321
E15 Entebbe Boeing B787-8
E16 Seychelles Airbus A330-300
E17 Dublin Boeing B787-8
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
F01 Liege Airbus A330-200F
F02 Hong Kong Boeing B747-8F
F03 Bucharest Boeing B777F
F04 Boston Boeing B777F
F05 Frankfurt Boeing B777F
F06 Oslo Airbus A330-200F
Qatar Amiri Flight
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
V05 Your Choice BBJ B747-8
V06 Your Choice BBJ B747-8

About Dubai Intl. Airport


Dubai International Airport is UAE’s busiest airport. It was first opened in 1960 under the name of Dubai Airport. Dubai Intl. Airport is the Hub for one of the worlds’ best airline Emirates and serves as a stopover when flying from one part of the world to another. Dubai is the busiest airport in the world in terms of A380 and B777 traffic, due to their extensive fleet of these aircraft. Dubai features several large terminals which consists of several concourses; concourse A, B, C, and D.

Basic Facts:

Runway length(s): 12L/30R: 13,123ft // 12R/30L: 13,123ft
Hub for: Emirates, Emirates SkyCargo, FlyDubai, FedEx Express
Elevation: 13ft
Rated: Words’ 24th best airport


Concourse A
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
A01 Muscat Airbus A380
A02 Colombo Boeing B777-300
A03 Hyderabad Boeing B777-300
A04 Delhi Boeing B777-300
A05 Singapore Airbus A380
A06 Kuala Lumpur Boeing B777-300
A07 Jakarta Boeing B777-300
A08 Manila Boeing B777-300
A09 Hong Kong Airbus A380
A10 Bangkok AIrbus A380
D01 Kuwait City Boeing B777-300
D02 Beirut Boeing B777-300
D03 Amman Boeing B777-300
D04 Tokyo Haneda Boeing B777-300
D05 Nagoya Boeing B777-300
D06 Seoul Boeing B777-300
D07 Beijing Boeing B777-300
D08 Shanghai Boeing B777-300
D09 Yangon Boeing B777-300
D10 Malé Boeing B777-300
Concourse B
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
F17 Seychelles Airbus A380
F18 Jeddah Boeing B777-300
F19 Athens Boeing B777-300
F20 Istanbul Boeing B777-300
F21 Rome Boeing B777-300
F22 Zagreb Boeing B777-300
F23 Budapest Boeing B777-300
F24 Vienna AIrbus A380
F25 Munich Boeing B777-300
F26 Frankfurt Airbus A380
F27 Zurich AIrbus A380
B14 Milan Airbus A380
B15 Paris Airbus A380
B16 London Heathrow Airbus A380
B17 Manchester Boeing B777-300
B18 Barcelona Boeing B777-300
B19 Malta Boeing B777-300
B20 Moscow Boeing B777-300
B21 Stockholme Boeing B777-300
B22 Oslo Boeing B777-300
B23 Amsterdam Boeing B777-300
B24 Glasgow Airbus A380
B25 Tunis Boeing B777-300
B26 Warsaw Boeing B777-300
B27 Prague Airbus A380
Concourse C
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
F02 Casablanca Boeing B777-300
F03 Addis Ababa Boeing B777-300
F04 Fort Lauderdale Airbus A380
F05 Orlando Airbus A380
F06 Dallas Boeing B777-300
F07 Los Angeles Airbus A380
F08 Washington Boeing B777-300
F09 Toronto Boeing B777-300
F10 New York Newark Airbus A380
F11 Sydney Airbus A380
F12 Adeleide Boeing B777-300
F13 Melbourne Boeing B777-300
B01 Auckland Airbus A380
B02 Sattle Airbus A380
B03 San Francisco Boeing B777-300
B04 Santiago Boeing B777-300
B05 Houston Airbus A380
B06 Chicago Boeing B777-300
B07 Christchurch Boeing B777-300
B08 Cape Town Boeing B777-300
B09 Johannesburg Airbus A380
B10 Dar Es Salaam Boeing B777-300
B11 Nairobi Boeing B777-300
B12 Hanoi Boeing B777-300
Emirates SkyCargo
Gate Destination Aircraft Attendant Callsign
Cargo E14 Quito Boeing B777F
Cargo E15 Hong Kong Boeing B777F
Cargo E16 Atlanta Boeing B777F
Cargo E17 Houston Boeing B777F
Cargo E18 Sydney Boeing B777F
Cargo E19 Brussels Boeing B777F
Cargo E20 Chennai Boeing B777F
Cargo E21 Riyadh Boeing B777F
Cargo E22 Taipei Boeing B777F
Cargo E23 Mexico City Boeing B777-300

*Concourse D will not be used

We have partnered with 2 great virtual airlines, Qatar Virtual, and Fly_Emirates_virtual! Many thanks for this awesome opportunity to partner with these VA’s.

This event has been sponsored by @QatarAirwaysVirtual. You can kindly join them here.

All QRV pilots will receive a 2X multiplier if they take part in this event!

This event has been sponsored by @DubaiVirtual. You can kindly join them here.

Multipliers will be sorted out soon

Thank you so much for looking. If you’d like to join, please let me know your callsign, destination, and airline.

Don’t know why but this made me laugh

Probably because it’s 2:15am

Please disregard this post. For some reason discourse isn’t working for me right now.