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** We are a Virtual Airline in which we are just a Hobby for those of us who like to fly in computer flight simulators.

Before Starting


We give you some tips to take into account before, during and after your flight. Enjoy it



Here you will find some recommendations that will help you improve your flight experience with us, We give you the guideline from the beginning to the end so that you can undertake adventures wherever you want to go.

Before starting a trip in the world of virtual aviation, it is important to contemplate some aspects that will help you enjoy the sky:


Time and place:

-If you plan to make an online flight, consider having enough time and finding yourself at times free of occupations. The constant interruptions cause stressful effects that prevent you from enjoying the flight.

-It is recommended that you use the simulator in an appropriate place, where its use does not affect your family, social or work responsibilities.


Recent studies have shown that children and young people spend too much time in this means of entertainment, affecting school performance and in some cases leading to dropouts. There are already cases of job dismissals, divorces and other social problems due to excessive use of the simulator.


Hardware and Software

- Make sure your computer is in optimal condition to run the simulator without problems. Computer experts recommend checking hard disk and memory fragmentation, performance may be affected if levels are high.

-Verify that your operating system update processes that require restarting the computer are not running. A pending update can affect computer performance or cause a sudden restart.

-Check that your Joystick, Game Pad or other game device is connected and that it operates correctly. Some devices require calibration to adjust for accuracy.



There are many national and international destinations to choose from. Where will you go today?

Flying and seeing the terrain from several kilometers above is something spectacular but ... let's not forget the airports in each city.



-There are thousands of airports in the world, big and small. with short, long tracks. at sea level or on the highest mountains. Each one offers peculiar characteristics that make them unique and with interesting challenge levels. When choosing the origin and destination, it is advisable to know the airports and the procedures that govern them to avoid confusion and waste of time when carrying out operations in them.



-Flight simulators use objects and terminal buildings at airports that significantly increase realism. In the market there are scenarios made by some companies that recreate in great detail various airports in the world to enhance the simulation experience. Select the origin or destination airport with a high-detail configuration to generate great excitement, from take-off to landing.


Flight Route and Navigation Charts

-If you have already chosen your origin and destination airports. make sure you have the navigation charts and the route you will follow during the flight. Navigation charts provide information on takeoff and landing procedures, communication and navigation frequencies. in addition to helping the planning of the route. These documents are mandatory to fly online and required by air traffic services.



Before venturing into the network, we have some recommendations for you, avoid setbacks.

Review the following tips before connecting and avoid delays ... or in some cases anger and disappointment.


Internet connection and bandwidth

-Although this aspect could have been integrated into the "Hardware and Software" recommendations in the "Before Starting" section, we decided to leave it in this section. It is important to check that the network card is turned on and correctly configured for Internet access. It is also necessary to verify that the bandwidth does not have too much load and that the speed is fast and stable to avoid disconnections in flight.


Check that you do not have P2P applications running (UTorrent, JDownloader, etc.) or that the operating system is performing update downloads since the online experience can be affected by seeing other users with intermittent movements and the sending or receiving of information (METAR, messages and voice communications) may be delayed.


Equipment / Aircraft

-In the market there are different manufacturers that recreate aircraft models with systems and equipment very close to reality. however, the level of complexity is higher and requires more knowledge to be able to use them. Choose an aircraft that you know both in performance and behavior as flight dynamics and cockpit instruments vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.


Whenever you test a model airplane, do it in offline mode so that you can perform different maneuvers that allow you to know the equipment. Respect the simulation experience of other users.




Starting point

-When you are ready to network, verify that your aircraft is placed on a terminal or remote platform and with the parking brake on.

-If the brake is not set, other users will observe that your plane slides in different directions, even if you have the plane completely stopped. It is forbidden to connect on the runways or taxiways to avoid colliding and affecting the simulation experience of other users.






Take your place in the cabin and make sure you have everything ready to carry your passengers safely.

Now that you are in the cabin, follow these tips to make your work more efficient.



-All equipment is provided with a checklist that will allow you to configure the cabin to start the flight. Using lists eliminates errors and provides security to operations.


You may know the procedures to prepare the plane by heart and consider not making use of the lists, however, remember that memory has no place and an error in the sequence or the omission of a step can be catastrophic.



Meteorology (METAR / TAF)

-Check the METAR of the airport where you are to know the meteorological conditions such as the speed and direction of the wind, temperature, cloud cover and atmospheric pressure. This information will be useful to predict the track in use and the exit that will put you on the route.


UNICOM / Radiocommunications

-The IVAP software provides a list with the stations that are controlled at that moment. If you are in an airport that has active control. tune in to the corresponding frequency to request authorizations. If the airport does not have control at that time. tune in to UNICOM (122,800) and report via text the maneuvers you are carrying out so that other traffickers know your intentions and avoid operational conflicts.


Fuel and Weight

-Check the amount of fuel on board and make the necessary adjustments according to the route you plan to take. Excess fuel represents unnecessary additional weight that makes it difficult to take off and climb the plane. Approach and landing procedures are dangerous if the weight exceeds the allowable limit.



Learn about some ways to enjoy estimated flight time.

Long flights can be tiring and stressful. Short flights limit the time to perform tasks in the cabin, here are some ideas to make your trip fun.


Music and Movies

-If you plan to make a flight with a duration equal to or greater than two hours, put your favorite movies in your suitcase to enjoy the journey. You may also prefer a good selection of music that makes you sing in the booth. If you are in a controlled area, you better pay attention to the frequency, this will also help to prevent the journey from becoming boring and silent.



-If the duration of the journey is short. Perhaps you prefer to listen live to radio communications between pilots and different control units. This option helps to achieve a more realistic feeling and if our origin or destination agrees with the frequency we are listening to, it will surely increase the simulation experience.


Art and more Art

- Bring out your artistic skills. Get the best angle of your plane and start saturating your camera's shutter for exceptional photos that you can share with us.


Snack time

-Arm yourself with a plate with cookies, chips or chopped fruit so that you can enjoy the journey time to your destination. Snacks are helpful in distracting appetite and time, as well as providing energy that helps increase attention.



Are you ready to land? Anticipate and prepare what is necessary for your final approach.

From the Final Approach Fixed, to the end of the landing run, it represents 4% of the entire flight, a phase in which 45% of commercial accidents occur ...


Prepare with time

-Depending on the flight level and the distance you are from your destination. consider starting your approach preparations between 20 and 30 minutes before the arrival time indicated in your itinerary. Consult the ATIS of the destination airport to know and determine. among other things. the approach procedure to the runway in use.


UNICOM / Radiocommunications

-Check through the IVAP software if there is any active control unit at the destination airport. If none is available, it monitors the TCAS radar with the maximum range to know if there is traffic taking off or landing at said airport and if there is any. Report in UNICOM (122,800) via text the maneuvers you are performing.


Checklists and Approach Charts

-As we have mentioned previously, it is important that you follow the checklists for the approach and landing phases, considered the most dangerous stages due to the high accident rate. Consult the approach charts to find out the altitudes, speeds, and courses you must follow to reach your destination.


Attention and Monitoring

-One of the most frequent errors in airports that do not have an active control unit is confusion about the runways in use. The METAR provides the direction and speed of the winds at the station that helps us determine the runway we will use to land. It is advisable to consult the METAR every 5 minutes to verify that the runway in use, initially determined, remains current or to make the necessary corrections if conditions at the station change.


If you are not stable, do not continue

-A stable approach results in a good landing. Excess speed (+ 20kts of VAPP) or a descent rate greater than 1000ft / m are sufficient to consider a missed approach. If you are not sure you can land, do not continue, follow the procedures to try again.


Runway evacuation and taxiing

-After landing, slow down and leave the runway on the first available taxiway leading to the terminal building. Do not exceed 25 Knots / GS while taxiing and make sure to have the Transponder, landing lights and strobes turned off. At the Lic. Benito Juárez Airport in Mexico City, it is mandatory to depart or arrive at Terminal 2 as it is our base of operations.

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