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  3. UKV3428 - Matt Crick

    Fly UK AI & VATSIM Model Matching Pack Update

    As a fictitious virtual airline, Fly UK has some unique challenges in ways which virtual airlines that model real-world operators do not have; in as much as we have to paint our own liveries, and we also have to consider Offline AI / Online Model Matching. Long-standing members are aware that we've always historically provided an "Offline AI Pack" for FS2004, FSX and P3Dv1-5 which provides in-sim Fly UK traffic, replicating our current schedules. This package has always proven popular with our members as people enjoy flying into populated airports, as well as being able to accurately represent "company" traffic on Online Networks, such as VATSIM. Our Summer 2022 release would have been more of a "routine" release, deserving far less pomp and circumstance than what it's getting, if it wasn't for one minor detail... The support of Microsoft Flight Simulator! To my knowledge, this is yet another "world-first" for Fly UK in that no other VA has a similar offering. headline.png 880.73 KB Even before the simulator's official launch, members of staff were turning their attention to "how we can support" MSFS within Fly UK... How we're going to continue to deliver liveries, and what the future held for Offline AI / VATSIM Model Matching. Painting liveries required brand new tooling, brand new packaging techniques, but being able to deliver Offline AI and "fleet-complete" model-matching was still somewhat of a mystery up until early 2022. An interim model-matching solution was provided, however it was less than ideal given the limited aircraft-types at our disposal, and also due to the fact that it required members to have all Fly UK liveries installed, as well as the associated freeware/payware aircraft. I'm delighted to say however, we are now able to deliver both Offline AI, and near "fleet-complete" model-matching; including recent fleet additions such as the A321neo, B772 and B737-MAX8. The only unfortunate marked absence from our fleet currently is our Avro RJ100, however is a situation that may change in the future. The Summer 2022 Offline AI and model-matching pack is online and available to download NOW from "SkyTrack & Downloads > Misc Downloads". As is tradition, this pack has been made available to public visitors of our website also, so even non-members can enjoy seeing Fly UK aircraft online. To install this into MSFS, there are some external dependencies and prerequisites for this to work correctly. We would ask that you take care reading the supporting "Fly UK AI Manual" which can be found in your "Start Menu" after installation. The past week has been comprised of setting up a lot of supporting documentation to guide members through these prerequisites, however if you get stuck, please post on our forums for support. For members using our current MSFS vmr, this is no longer required and should be removed from vPilot. Please use the vmr contained in this package. We genuinely hope that you enjoy the solution that we've provided as this is the culmination of over 6 months worth of development. My thanks to our AI Team; Colin Gray for his tireless efforts in transposing our schedules. Adam Bartlam for his work compiling the Fly UK AI Installer, and for putting up with my incessant updates, Matthew Lewis for his painting skills, and to the members of staff involved in testing. Happy Flying! Matt
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  5. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    New ATC training events scheduled

    Fly UK invites all pilots to join us for a series of short, ‘New to ATC’ flights across the United Kingdom. Starting on Sunday the 19th of June at 09:00z and taking place over the next subsequent four Sunday mornings, we will be hosting a series of four short event flights on our FSD Server. These scheduled events will help pilots jump into the world of online flying, providing a friendly and relaxed environment filled with the Fly UK training team and other fellow Fly UK pilots. New2ATC_1.png 546.77 KB The first event, scheduled to start on Sunday the 19th of June at 09:00z, features a short flight from Edinburgh (EGPH) to Manchester (EGCC) on our FSD server. This flight will take roughly an hour to complete with ATC provided by trained Fly UK members throughout the flight. The ATC team will be on hand throughout the flight to support pilots with any questions and to provide help throughout the event. As always, all current Fly UK members are welcome to join us on this event! We hope pilots find these events both enjoyable and helpful! More information on this event can be found on our dedicated events page, located here.
  6. UKV1325 - Jason Beaumont

    Fly UK To Evolve

    Fly UK Group Logo Fly UK recently celebrated its 18th birthday, during these years the virtual airline has gone from strength to strength and has grown to include divisions which operate in a variety of locations around the globe and offer our members a vast variation in where they can fly. As new divisions have been added, some terminology has evolved to distinguish the ‘original’ Fly UK from its other subsidiary divisions.  This led to the term ‘Scheduled’ to mean all flights within the Fly UK brand and ‘Mainstream’ to include all flights within the subsidiary divisions. Over recent months it has become apparent that some of this terminology may be being confused.  Therefore it has been decided to have a slight restructure of the virtual airline. Fly UK as we know it will now evolve further to become the Fly UK Group; within this Group structure will be our divisions, separated into Airline Divisions and Other Divisions.  Within our Airline Divisions will reside the Fly UK branded operations along with Fly2, Highland Connect, Nordic Sky, Aurora, Topa Sky, Cargo and Codeshare.  Within our Other Divisions will be the Flying Club and Tours. Therefore both the terms ‘Scheduled’ and ‘Mainstream’ will be removed from our structural terminology.  Instead, the Fly UK branded operations will simply be referred to as ‘Fly UK’ and all operations within the subsidiary divisions will be referred to as ‘Airline Divisions’, while the whole encapsulating organisation will be known as ‘the Fly UK Group’. We hope this will clarify our operational structure, as well as providing a solid base from which to expand the Fly UK Group further in future.  The changes outlined here will be launched from the 1st June 2022.
  7. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    18th Birthday Rank Free Week

    Celebrating 18 years of operation Fly UK hit an incredible milestone earlier today (the 4th of April 2022); we turned 18! To celebrate this incredible milestone of 18 years of operation, we’ve decided to lift our usual rank restrictions from our operations. Starting from the 5th of April 2022 at 00:00z and lasting until the 11th of April 2022 at 23:59z, Fly UK pilots will be able to fly any airframe within the Fly UK Fleet on any Fly UK route, across all our divisions, regardless of current rank! We will also be hosting a Birthday Fly-In event on Saturday the 9th of April. This special afternoon social event will see us fly the infamous and challenging approach into Kai Tak. The event will be available to book from tomorrow evening. Without the continued support from our members and from the voluntary support from our staff team over the last 18 years, Fly UK wouldn’t be the success it is today. Seeing so many of you enjoy the framework that we provide spurs us on to continue developing Fly UK for many more years to come. We hope you’ll enjoy the rank free week and we’d once again like to thank you all for your amazing and continued support over the last 18 years.
  8. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    2022 Summer Operations Begin

    As April has finally arrived, bringing along hints of warmer, sunnier weather and the faint hope of Summer Holidays, Fly UK’s Mainstream and Cargo divisions have launched their new schedules for the 2022 Summer period. Here is a small taste of what pilots can expect throughout Summer 2022. Mainstream Our new Airbus A321 'NEO' Our new Airbus A321-251NX ‘NEO’ and Boeing 777-200ER aircraft have entered scheduled operations.The A321 ‘NEO’ will be based at Heathrow, Gatwick and Edinburgh whilst the Boeing 777-200ER’s will be based at Heathrow and Gatwick. Pilots will be able to type swap the Boeing 777-200ER for the Boeing 777-200LR and the Airbus A321-251NX ‘NEO’ for the Airbus A321-231 on scheduled services.Ajaccio has returned to Mainstream operations, flown from London Heathrow with Mainstream’s Boeing 737-800. Flights from London Gatwick to Tunis have been added, flown with Mainstream’s Airbus A320 fleet. The ‘Ultra Long Haul’ flight from London Heathrow to Perth has returned. Mainstream now operates a Boeing 777-200LR on this flight every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.Airframes operating our short and long-haul operations have been switched up slightly in order to provide a variety of different airframe and route combinations throughout the 2022 Summer schedules.   Cargo Cargo's Boeing 747-8F Warsaw has been added to European Cargo operations, flown daily from Cargo’s main UK hub at Stansted with the Boeing 757-200F. Two new ‘Round the World’ sectors have been added to Cargo’s Summer 2022 operations.  As always, we hope our members enjoy the new changes provided by our 2022 Summer Schedules! 
  9. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    New Airframes, New Delivery Flights

    As previously announced late last year, our fleet was scheduled to go through an update in 2022 with new airframes arriving. Today, we are proud to announce that delivery flights and liveries for a selection of these new airframes are now live! Ahead of the airframes scheduled introduction into our operations, delivery flights for our new Boeing 777-200ER's, Airbus A321-251NX 'NEO''s and more A320-251 'NEO''s are now live and available to be flown. These flights will appear under the 'Ad-Hoc' filter in the flight search. Furthermore, liveries for the new Boeing 777-200ER and Airbus A320-251NX 'NEO' are live and can be found in the fleet centre. A full breakdown of the new liveries can be found below. Boeing 777-200ER - Captain Sim B772ER for MSFS, PMDG B772ER Expansion for P3D V4/V5. Airbus A321-251NX 'NEO' - ToLiss A321neo mod for X-Plane 11. We have also repainted the SSG B747-8i and B747-8f using the latest paintkit available, with the updated liveries available in the fleet centre. We hope members enjoy flying these new airframes and flights!
  10. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    January Online Flying Introduction Event

    Fly UK’s “Online Flying Introduction” series is scheduled to continue this Saturday (the 29th of January 2022) at 18:00z with a short flight from Birmingham (EGBB) to Paris (LFPG). With a flight time of around 1 hour and 20 minutes, this event is perfect for pilots who are considering joining the world of online flying! Online Flying Introduction Event Image For this event, our controllers will be staffing Tower and Approach positions at both our departure airport (Birmingham) and our arrival airport (Paris Charles De Gaulle), allowing total coverage at each airport. All current Fly UK members are welcome to join us in this event, regardless of online flying experience.    As mentioned above, this event will start at 18:00z on Saturday the 29th of January 2022, with the flight taking place on our in-house FSD online multiplayer network. More information on this event can be found on our events page located here.    We hope you enjoy taking part in this event series!
  11. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    New Year, New Fleet

    Fly UK wishes all its members a Happy New Year. . As 2021 enters final approach to 2022, we'd thought we would give you a flavour to some of our forthcoming fleet changes and additions. After a mostly static year on fleet, we aim to offer more choice with some renewals and accommodate our rapidly expanding MSFS user base whilst continuing to provide for members operating P3D and XP11. Fleet RenewalMuch of our fleet has operated for many "virtually" years now and is approaching the point of retirement. Some of our 737's for example have been with us since the VA launched. A large part of our fleet strategy for 2022 will see partial phased renewals in the following types. New Airbus A320 and A321 NEO - Mainstream (replacing CEO)New ATR72-600 - Highland Connect & Topa Sky (replacing ATR-500)New Boeing 737-8 MAX - Fly 2 (Replacing B738)Leased Boeing 777-200ER - Mainstream (Replacing B77L) All of the above will join in the same cabin configurations as the older types similar to the arrangement we have set up with the current A320 CEO/NEO fleet today. As such after introduction they can be operated alongside the types they replace and interchange on routes. Other Fleet intentionsWe do have some other plans in place which remain top secret for now but one we can confirm as teased a few months ago is intention to introduce A220 to mainstream operations. We are awaiting aircraft products to evolve and release before we can commit to  timescales on this so at this stage it's confirmation of our intention but with no firm date.  To head off the elephant in the room (almost literally), we can confirm we have no plans to introduce the A380 as has always been the VA stance. Whilst we appreciate that may disappoint some with the MSFS FBW A380 in development, other sim platforms have no A380 product line available. Additionally our long haul fleet is already very varied and well catered for by the 747's for this level of capacity and the A380 remains a challenged aircraft in the real world in terms of popularity.   We hope that gives members something to look forward to in the new year and hope you enjoy your time with Fly UK into 2022.
  12. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Merry Christmas from the Fly UK team

    As we look forward to the festive period, the Fly UK team and I wish all members a Merry Christmas in whatever shape or manner that may look like to you all. 2021 has perhaps not been as hard as the year before but we find ourselves still in an uncertain world. Fly UK has always been about community and to many an escape from the real world which has given many of us a rough ride recently. Thank you to all the members and staff that have contributed to this community during these difficult real world times. For Fly UK, it has been a solid year for the VA. As the world unlocked and many of us returned to the workplace, hours and PIREPs have followed the associated pattern however we continue to see strong growth with new and returning members to the VA and the flight sim hobby compared to pre pandemic. We've seen a major rework of our members website experience with an all new crew centre and resource/training section. We've also done a lot of work in the background this year to further improve the solid website dev work set out in recent years. As we look forward to the new year, there is still much we want to do with a big operations project on the agenda for 2021 amongst other things. MSFS continues to be a major driving factor in VA growth with lots of exciting products to come to expand members' choice. The sim community may be divided over its preferred platform choice but here at Fly UK we are proud to support all of the major titles and embrace the changes and forward progression in the sim industry which has really taken deep roots for even more growth in 2021. But that's all for the future, for now I thank you all for being part of Fly UK and hope you continue to enjoy your virtual flying with us. However you choose or are able to celebrate the next few weeks, on behalf of the whole staff team I wish each of you a Merry Christmas and sure we all join together in looking forward to continued hope and optimism in 2022. Look after yourselves and stay safe! Regards Matt
  13. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Fly UK's 2021 Christmas Season

    Boeing boys have had the winter Fly2 livery for ages so Bah Humbug
  14. UKV3055 - Seb Noblett

    Fly UK's 2021 Christmas Season

    *Cries in Boeing*
  15. UKV3428 - Matt Crick

    Fly UK's 2021 Christmas Season

    As a small addendum to this press release, the special edition Christmas livery is now available in Fleet Centre for the FSL A320 SL (P3Dv4 and v5) We hope that you enjoy
  16. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    Fly UK's 2021 Christmas Season

    December is upon us once again, bringing a welcome festive spirit to the end of the year. As we run down towards the end of 2021, Fly UK has launched our traditional festive offerings for December. Here is a list of what pilots can expect throughout December. Our new Christmas Livery for the A320 NEO. Lapland Charter FlightsAs is tradition, Fly UK and Fly2 have now started our Christmas charter flights to Lapland. Flying to Rovaniemi (EFRO), Ivalo (EFIV), Oulu (EFOU) and Kittila (EFKT) from a selection of UK airports. These charter flights will be operating from the 1st of December to Christmas Eve on the 24th of December.  Fly UK 2021 “Christmas Adventure” TourThis years Christmas Tour is a Class E tour that visits a selection of destinations spelling C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S. As is traditional for our Christmas Tours, this tour is open to all ranks and all Fly UK airframes. More information about this tour can be found here. Flying Club Christmas TourFly UK’s Flying Club have launched their Christmas 2021 Tour, taking pilots on a scenic tour from Shoreham to Rovaniemi. More information on this tour can be found here. Christmas Markets Saturday Social – 11th December at 1430zA dusk arrival at Salzburg awaits members in this Saturday Social flight on our FSD Server. Starting at London Heathrow at 1430z on the 11th of December, this short social flight ends at Salzburg just in time for sunset. This is an open event with no ATC planned. More information on this event can be found here. Christmas Social to Lapland – 18th December at 1330zFly UK’s annual Christmas social flight to Lapland is back! Departing Leeds Bradford at 13:30z, pilots are invited to enjoy a Saturday afternoon relaxing group flight to Rovaniemi on our FSD server. This is a social event with no ATC planned, so join us on Teamspeak for a fun group flight and an Xmas themed quiz! More information on this social flight can be found here. December’s Featured Destination – Kitilla December’s featured destination takes full advantage of the planned Lapland charters, taking pilots to the Finnish airport of Kittila. Both Fly UK Mainstream and Fly2 operate Lapland Charter flights to this popular holiday airport with our Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A320 ‘NEO’ aircraft. Rank Free Period – 20th December 2021 to the 2nd of January 2022In order to fully celebrate the festive period, our usual rank restrictions have been lifted. On the 20th of December, the rank restrictions will be lifted which will allow pilots to fly any Fly UK aircraft on any Fly UK route, regardless of rank or aircraft type. The lift to the restrictions will end on the 2nd of January 2022 at 2359z.  FlyByWire A20N Christmas Special LiveryTo celebrate this festive period, we have made a special Christmas themed livery for the standalone FlyByWire A20N. This livery is now available on the Fleet Centre to download. 
  17. UKV1325 - Jason Beaumont

    Update to Forum Signatures

    Hi all, In order to maintain correct details on forum signatures in the event a new member receives a previous member's UKV number and that previous member has not removed their Fly UK signature from another forum, we are changing the way they work. Currently the URL for your signature contains your UKV number and this will still work for the time being. However, the new URL will use an ID number unique to you as an individual rather than your UKV number. Therefore could I please ask that all members update their signature URLs, wherever used, to the one which is now available by clicking on the 'Get Code' button for Pilot Signatures in your Crew Page. All signatures using either URL will continue to work until 31 December 2021. After which any signatures which have not been updated as described above will cease to function. Thank you,
  18. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Fly UK Team changes

    . Our members are what makes Fly UK the success story that it is but it would not exist without the engine room that is Fly UK's staff team. A number of changes and a recruitment drive have now concluded which result in the following changes Human Resources Regrettably Allan Hook recently decided to retire from the VA after a long period of service. Although Allan stopped simming some time ago, he continued to support the team and community for a long period beyond, which we are hugely grateful for. Allan however decided recently to pursue other interests in his retirement so has handed over the reins.    As result, the HR function now falls to the senior team, albeit it many of the core processes now handled automatically by the new website and background systems. Member HR support now falls to the Community support team with Matt Crick picking up oversight of Hr related items such as leave requests, queries and membership issues.    Training Team With the launch of the updated training and resource centre, the team's focus switched to creating engaging regular content for it members to expand knowledge and abilities. To support Ross Elliot in this, Stuart Hyett and John Wheat join the staff team in Training Support roles and will work to achieve this goal.    Additionally we welcome a number of people to the Training Captain team, this is a non-staff group of highly knowledgeable and skilled individuals who will support the training team and members in advancing knowledge on particular subject or aircraft specific matters. We welcome Matt King to this group and we are still speaking to other candidates to expand the team.    Operations Team The ops team has had a re-shuffle for future projects. Firstly, Seb Noblett is promoted to Senior Ops manager and will lead planning and development. Our franchise managers whilst they remain in charge of their franchise divisions are now rebranded to Operations managers with the intention of the group working as a whole towards positive developments instead of in silo for their franchise areas. Joining the team in an ops support role we welcome Martyn Pearson who will be the eyes and ears of the ops team to ensuring accuracy and minimise issues as we progress in our aims and ambitions.    Community Support We continue to be in contact with candidates for the Community support Manager role, we hope to confirm that position in the near future. The biggest change for this team is handing over the process of PIREP management to the new automated systems and the Operations teams, allowing full focus on supporting and engaging with the Fly UK community.    ATC Team Headed up by Philip Beswick, we welcome new members to our non-staff ATC team. The team’s aim is to learn along with our flying members and they group remains open to new members at any time. Andy Hasty, Ioannis Gaitaneris, Gareth Robinson-Jones and David Bartley join the team. The team aim to bring ATC to a regular Saturday monthly event on our FSD server.    We welcome all the new joiners to our teams and the positive impact they can bring for our membership.
  19. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    Online Flying Introduction event scheduled

    With the release of Microsoft Flight Simulator last year, more people have joined the Flight Simulation community and have discovered the world of online flying. Online flying can be confusing and potentially daunting, so Fly UK has created a new event series to help our members understand and take part in the world of online flying! Our new event series, starting on Saturday the 16th of October, will have ATC positions open at our departure airport (EGHH - Bournemouth) and our arrival airport (EGPH - Edinburgh), with our training staff on hand to answer any questions about the world of online flying. All current Fly UK members are welcome in this event, regardless of online flying experience. The event will start at 18:00z on Saturday the 16th of October, with the flight taking place on our FSD online flying server. More information about this event can be found on our events page, located here.  
  20. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Join the Fly UK team!

    Fly UK is recruiting! We have a number of roles to fill on our permanent staff team as well as recognised contributor roles in specific areas. If you would like to be involved and support the team and members progress the VA in the future, browse the role descriptions on offer below and visit the application link at the bottom of the page. Permanent staff rolesThese are fully fledge permanent staff roles within the Fly UK team. Community Manager(s) We are looking for Community managers to support members across all Fly UK community platforms by helping and guiding on Fly UK membership questions, enquiries and topics. Ideal candidate should have in depth knowledge of Fly UK to be able to support member issues and be active across all our communication streams. A high level of general sim knowledge to be able to support members in non-Fly UK specific matters is advantageous. The role will be part of our VA Support services team.  Role responsibilities include: Managing and supporting member questions across Forums, Discord, Staff email, contact forms.Monitoring non-member questions across social media platforms, Website contact formsModeration Forums and Discord channelsSupporting new members in joining and getting started with Fly UK.Supporting in other VA Support services roles where required by department head including but not limited to HR, Marketing and other member experience improvement projects.   Operations Support & Fleet Administrator Following an operations team re-shuffle, we have an opportunity to join the team in an operations support role to support our essential back-end process as well as work with the team in new projects. The role is essential for ensuring our PIREP process is accurate and up to date, operations data including fleet, airport, route and download links are up to date. The role will also play critical part in supporting the operations managers in checking and testing schedule ahead of seasonal changes. An eye for detail and enjoying getting into and processing data is essential for this position as well as familiarity with operations, aircraft, routes and simulator add-ons development across sim platforms. The role will be part of our VA Operations team.  Role responsibilities include: Daily checking of the PIREP approval system.Ensure accuracy of airport data, chart links, download links and adding new products as releasedSupporting ops managers on airframe utilisation, fleet data accuracy.Co-ordinating data compilation and testing of schedules across the VA at seasonal changes or other major update, supporting to fix errors as and where required.Supporting any member route queries.   Resource/Training support Following our refresh of the training Academy to our new Fly UK Pilot Resource & Development Centre, we are looking for staff to support the team and members by contributing to our developing portfolio of guides, documents and resources. Working closely with the department head, the role will identify topics and themes to cover and produce resources to support members learning and development across aircraft, airport and flying operations topics. Experience in producing concise training guides and imagery is essential. Video content creation experience is highly advantageous but not critical.  The role will be part of our VA Development and Events Team.  Role responsibilities include: Observing member questions across Fly UK community platforms for common questions and development opportunities. Provide response where able as well as noting themes for future content.Creating training/development resource document and blog content.Supporting reviewing and updating Fly UK resource content such as checklists and other pilot tools.   Fleet Painter - X-Plane We are recruiting for the role of X-Plane fleet painter. Fly UK prides itself on high quality fleet liveries for its members use so this position is key to maintaining our corporate image and quality on the XP platform. Evidence of past high quality livery work will be essential as well as an accurate eye for detail. The ideal candidate will be someone committed to the XP platforms with access to and/or will to invest in new fleet products as they come to the platform.   Experience in other platforms will be advantageous but X-plane is the specific requirement as well as commitment to future X-Plane versions. The role will be part of our VA Support services Team.  Recognised Contributor rolesFly UK have a number of non-staff roles for project groups or support teams. These are ideal for members wishing to support the VA’s members by providing services and/or improvements without the requirements of full-time staff duties. We are interested to hear from any members with interest in the following areas ATC Team Ideal for any member looking to learn ATC roles and support on Fly UK events or training/familiarity sessions for members getting started on flying online. We are interested to hear from members with current or past control experience as well as any looking to learn. Aircraft experts – Training Captains Do you have in-depth knowledge of a specific aircraft and willing to share and support members learn detailed study level systems and operations. We are looking for members willing to step up to help and guide other members progress in their chosen aircraft and product. Although a non-staff role, you will work alongside the Fly UK VA Development and Events Team as a guide and resource of knowledge, assisting with member resource development where able. Video content creators We are looking for members with video content creation skills to assist the VA update and refresh marketing videos trailers and produce new content. If interesting in helping the VA, contact us with an example video. To apply for any of these opportunity, please complete our application form here
  21. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Fly UK Social Meet Up events confirmed

    Please note the Sywell event is now 25th September
  22. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Fly UK Social Meet Up events confirmed

    Following our last PR post (here), were are pleased to confirm dates set for real world meet up events as follows below. All Fly uK members are welcome and please visit the linked foreum threads to take part in the planning & discussion Of course all these events will subject to any unforeseen Covid restrictions and we will recommend any attendees still comply with social guidance at the time of the event to respect other members who may wish to attend but are still cautious. Sywell Classic - Saturday 25th September Website & Tickets here Forum post / discussion here Manchester Airport Pub - Saturday October 2nd Forum post / discussion here A23-1.jpg 50.29 KB
  23. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    Fly UK Social Meet Up

    With Covid restrictions being eased, Fly UK is planning on hosting a members meet-up social event at Sywell Classic and a pub meet at Manchester Airport. Sywell Classic is a two day event scheduled to take place on the 25th and 26th of September, whilst the pub meet at Manchester airport will take place either on the 21st of August, 4th of September or the 2nd of October, depending on member availability. If any member is interested in these social events, an expression of interest form can be found at the following link:  https://forms.gle/6ypNdRGZPRcobtSdA
  24. The new Pilot Resource & Development Centre (PRDC) is now live, the new home for Fly UK resources, training and featured media content from our partnership with British Avgeek. The aim of the PRDC is to provide training, help and support to all Fly UK members in as many areas as possible, no matter what your ability might be.  What will the PRDC contain? The PRDC will be regularly updated with new material from our training staff and partnership with British Avgeek. A selection of what is currently present include: Common/Featured Topics – A selection of commonly viewed and featured topics written by our training staff. These cover a wide selection of topics, such as explaining how to fly the difficult approach into Innsbruck. Resource & Guide Centre – Our document library, containing useful resources and guides, such as Airport Briefings, Training Documents and other guides.Featured Media Content – A selection of featured training videos and media content from our partnership with streamer British Avgeek. The PRDC can be found under the Crew Centre tab on the main page, under “Resources & Development”. We hope Fly UK members enjoy this overhaul. We would also like to thank Ross and the Web Team who made the overhaul possible.
  25. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Next Arrival - Expected 20:22

    Something small is coming................. ????
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