Just wondering if anyone could help me but is it more realistic to use the Airline callsign or the general aviation callsign
If you are flying with a GA aircraft, use a country of origin callsign. Or if you are flying with an airline use thier callsign. Simple
Thank you :)
I‘m glad to see someone who wants to stay realistic 😍 ( we need more people like this)
So that‘s simple
If you fly General Aviatoin / G/A Planes so just use their country callsign.
If you fly for an Airline just use their Airline callsign.
If you‘re above 136t. // 300,000lb (that’s called MTOW) then use at the end of your callsign Heavy.
If you‘re flying an A380 / An-225 then use Super at the end.
If you‘re in a formation flight, use Flight of xxxx.
Thats it :)
But MTOW is different for each aircraft. So do we use heavy above 136t for all aircrafts ?
Yeah normally 136t is generally
Alright !! Thanks :)
Thanks to letting me know :D
Any aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight above that uses heavy, regardless of if it is operating above that weight on that particular flight. As a general rule of thumb that’s basically all wide body aircraft.
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