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  4. 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.  
  5. 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
  6. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Fly UK Social Meet Up events confirmed

    Please note the Sywell event is now 25th September
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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.
  10. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Next Arrival - Expected 20:22

    Something small is coming................. ????
  11. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    Fly2s 2021 Summer Holiday Season starts

    Our holiday charter franchise, Fly2, has switched to the 2021 summer schedules as of the 1st of May.  Throughout the summer period, Fly2 will operate scheduled flights to popular summer destinations throughout Europe with services returning to Greece, Turkey and the Mediterranean Islands. These summertime favourite flights will be served by Fly2's fleet of Boeing 737, Boeing 757 and Boeing 787 aircraft. Fly2 will also operate a large variety of long haul flights to overseas holiday destinations with Fly2s new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, flying to picturesque destinations such as Punta Cana, Montego Bay and newly added Kilimanjaro. Fly2 737 landing in the United Kingdom.
  12. UKV1510 - Ron Kurz

    Fly UK Subscription

    Shucks! I really wanted that cuddly toy !
  13. UKV1325 - Jason Beaumont

    Fly UK Subscription

  14. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Fly UK Subscription

    Members who logged into our website this morning were greeted by the genius of our evil web dev team..and it seems a good few of you were fooled. Circumstances in 2020 didn't seem right to be landing our usual April 1st foolery on our members and whilst 2021 is still not better for some...its time to have a positive outlook on life and crack a smile once and again. Of course a years gap meant something special had to be conjured up ;) For those that missed it, users accessing the site before midday were greeted by this screen April 1st login Clicking on any of the options took you here, so if you stomped off in a rage...we got you good!  ;) . Of course Fly UK has always and will continue to be freely accessible to all however we hope you enjoyed our bit of fun, sadly we are all out of cuddley toys so please stop sending in the requests. The repaint team can also calm down on trying to figure out how to provide repaints before commercial release :D
  15. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    Summer Operations Begin

    Spring is upon us, bringing warmer temperatures, later sunsets and Fly UK’s Summer Schedules for 2021, due to go live at 23:59z on the 31st of March. Here is a selection of highlights from our franchises. G-FLAA at London Gatwick Fly2Fly2’s Summer Schedules will come into effect in May; however Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft will take over from Fly2’s current Boeing 787-9 fleet from the 1st of April.  CodeshareImprovements have been made to our codeshare hub networks in order to give better and more appealing options for travelling across the USA, as well as better links with Mainstream and Aurora operations.  Nordic SkyAs Rovaniemi (EFRO) is an off-season destination, flights to the famous Lapland airport have been reduced.  Iceland Domestic flights have been added to the Nordic Sky schedules, with a new base in Keflavik. AuroraDue to demand, more flights with Aurora’s 767 have been added. Aurora will now link with Nordic Sky in Keflavik.Flights to Manchester (EGCC) have been added. These flights will be flown in the Boeing 767-300ER and will be available every weekend. Topa SkyTopa Sky have reopened bases in Sydney and Melbourne for the summer season, allowing further connectivity throughout the Topa Sky network. New Caravan destinations have been added throughout both the North and South Islands to cater for the smaller townships in the area.New Long-Haul destinations have been added from Auckland and Sydney.  MainstreamMainstream operations will take hold and operate the current Fly2 787-9 fleet, further expanding the current B789 fleet within the franchise. LHR - Destinations at London Heathrow remain mostly the same but the airframes operating from Heathrow have been swapped up slightly in order to freshen up a selection of destinations and routes for members. LHR - Heathrow has a selection of new Long-Haul routes, utilizing the new B789’s from Fly2. Cape Town will now be served by the Boeing 777-200LR, Dubai will be served by the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner while Atlanta and Baku will be served by the Airbus A350.LHR – Helsinki and Madrid have been added as Short Haul destinations for the Boeing 787-9 and A350 respectively. LGW – London Gatwick gets a selection of new destinations for the summer season, with Asturias, Olbia, Skopje being served by our Short Haul fleet while Quito, Jeddah, Mahé and Port Louis have been added as Long-Haul destinations. MAN – Manchester sees the addition of a Boeing 737-800 service from Dublin and an Airbus A320 “NEO” service to Trondheim. New Long-Haul destinations have been added, with Boeing 787-9 airframes flying to Denver, Nashville, Dhaka and Islamabad. EDI – Edinburgh also gets Asturias and Olbia as summer destinations. Flights to Paris and Rome will switch to Paris Orly and Rome Ciampino “G.B. Pastine” respectively, with Tromso added as a new Short-Haul destination. New Long-Haul destinations at Edinburgh include Washington, Delhi, Abu Dhabi and Doha in the new B789 aircraft. BHX – Birmingham now sees one CRJ airframe working as an offshore worker link from Amsterdam Schiphol to the UK. Lyon and Paris Orly have also been added as Short-Haul destinations for the CRJ. SOU – Southampton will see new flights to Porto and Valencia on the CRJ.  We hope our members enjoy the changes brought with the Summer Schedules!
  16. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    Fly UK Staff Position Changes

    We would like to announce some changes within the Fly UK Staff Team that has taken place over the previous few weeks.  Firstly, Ron and Ross have switched roles within the Training Academy and Events team. Due to work commitments, Ron's time for Fly UK has sadly become limited, however he remains in the staff team as TA staff. As a result, Ross Elliot has taken over as head of the department. Secondly, on the events team, we welcome Sean Walters-Smith. As well as real world ATC knowledge, Sean will support organising our events schedule as we focus more time within the TA on new projects and programmes.  Finally, in operations, Katrina has stepped back from her role due to real world commitments. Kat has made a huge impact on our franchises in recent years, shaping them into the extremely popular franchises we have today. For now, the operations team will report directly to the CEO with some minor changes as follows. Seb Noblett will assume responsibility for all mainstream operation bases from Class D upwards. Class E regional operations will be covered by Richard Greer, alongside the Highland Connect franchise. This is intended to give a more integrated approach to UK Domestic and Regional operations. Vice Chairman Adam Hillier will take responsibility for Topa Sky operations. As always, a massive thank you to the Fly UK staff both past and present for their contributions to the Fly UK Community. 
  17. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    MSFS Livery updates

    After some months battling with poor mapping, we are finally able to release the Boeing 747-8i livery pack in interim form for MSFS. Some of the normal livery features remain an issue such as the main title so this has been worked around for now as an interim release. Additionally the A320 Neo Fly UK Crystal has been upgraded to v2 and 4K textures. As one of the earlier liveries completed, some panel gap issues existed and a greater  understanding of MSFS painting is now known. As result this has been overhauled. Baked in registration has been removed however at the present point in time its not possible to alter the black text added by the sim despite being in the file options, hopefully that will be addressed in a future Asobo fix. Finally....yes the coffee cup that's gripped the MSFS community is now available. We've gone further however with a Fly UK makeover and the dev version of the A32NX mod with more Fly UK branding and a number of Easter eggs for you to find and enjoy ;) Download the A32NX Fly By Wire - UKV Cockpit Environment via Misc Downloads
  18. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Fly UK partners with British AvGeek

    Fly UK are pleased to announce a new partnership with Fly UK member and YouTube content creator British Avgeek (UKV4944 Luke Carter). Luke’s channel has already promoted Fly UK through his content and brought new members to the VA. The channels focus on sim “how to guides” and specific topics of learning and development fit well with how Fly UK wishes to provide educational content for our members going forward. Fly UK’s Training Academy and British Avgeek are already collaborating on a series of challenging airports guides which will be available via our website very soon. If you want to check out Luke’s work in the meantime however then head over to his channel via the link below to subscribe. https://www.youtube.com/c/BritishAvgeek/videos Logo2_transparent_with_tag.png 25.98 KB
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  20. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    New Year, New Tours

    We know our members, especially those that have progressed through our ranks, like to discover and explore new locations with our tours while enjoying flying to airports that our main schedules don't offer. It's been a while since we last updated the tours that Fly UK offers, but we have now rectified that with a major overhaul. It's out with the old and in with the new! Screenshot_121.jpg 811.07 KB A new series of tours. Our staff team have been hard at work designing new tours for 2021, covering every rank class and franchise we offer. The new tours are designed to highlight the best of each franchise, taking pilots from the beautiful Scottish Highlands in our "Highland & Island" tour to the great capitals of the Oceanic in the "Oceanic & Orientals Capitals" tour. Each rank class has a wide selection of tours to choose from, meaning there's something for everyone! A mix of shorter and longer tours. We've mixed it up a bit this year with how long the tours are. We now offer a larger mix of shorter and longer tours this year. Harder, more challenging tours for Class A and ATP. For Class A and ATP pilots, a selection of challenging tours are now available. Tours such as the mammoth "F1 2020" tour are now complimented by shorter, but no less challenging tours such as the "Dangerous Airports" tour, testing the skills of Class A and ATP pilots at airports such as Lukla, Samos and Split. Retired Tours Some of our older tours have now been retired and moved to the "Retired" category on our tours page. These tours are still available to pilots who are currently in the process of completing the tours, such as the "UK Regional" tour, will still be allowed to book legs on these tours. Please note, these tours must be completed by the 30th of June 2021, as this is when the tours will be deleted. We hope you enjoy the new tours!
  21. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    Members update & end of year message

    As I sat trying to think what to write as part of the traditional end of year update and message to members and staff, I found myself somewhat stumped as to what to stay. The year has been far from normal, the Fly UK and the wider Flight Sim community has come a long way during 2020 but somehow pales into significance against a back drop of real-world turmoil. So I think I simply wish to say a thankyou to all the members and staff that have not only held this community together during these testing times but strengthened it beyond anything I thought was possible. Certainly, some of the ambitions and goals for Fly UK have been placed on hold during this year as we all found ourselves under real world pressures and in lockdown. This necessitated the focus switching to supporting our community members with the lockdown months seeing a huge surge in members and hours being flown which remained steady through the whole year. MSFS then arrived bringing many back to the hobby over summer and giving flight sim a much needed boost. To me this community support and spirit become far more important than any project or goal we may have had and I’m very proud to be part of the community and the staff team that rose to the challenges of the year, making Fly UK one of the very best (if not the best) virtual airlines out there. To all members, a pat on the back for making it to the end of 2020. I’ve no doubt all of you have endured some form of hardship over the course of the year be it job security, financial or the health of you or your loved ones, physically and mentally. I’ve no doubt that in a community of over 1000 members, somebody somewhere has endured a sad loss and 2020 has been an extremely tough year for all of us but we’ve made it to the end. The path ahead will be no less difficult but I hope there is light at the end of the tunnel for us all 2021 and what we’ve been through this year will make us all stronger for the future. I hope that even if in small part being part of the Fly UK community as a way to escape the real world has helped you in some way as it has for me and we look forward to better things. 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 a better 2021. Look after yourselves and stay negative in virus but positive in mind and hope! Regards Matt
  22. Santa Special Our traditional Christmas social group flight to Lapland takes place this Saturday and is open to all members to join. Santa hats, Mince pies and Gluhwein are highly encouraged en-route. A Christmas quiz will be one of our challenges on the way with an ORBX product up to £20 value for the winner along with a Fly UK award badge for anyone taking part. Award This year we depart from Birmingham at 18:00z to arrive in Rovaniemi around 21:00 - 21:30z depending on your aircraft selection. Full event details can be found here. We also have a shorter route option for those unable to make the full flight which departs Oslo from 19:00z to meet the main party en-route. This is a fun and relaxed social event with no pressures of online expectations or ATC so if you are new to online, why not join us and try it out in the privacy of Fly UK's own server. Getting online for the fist time with our server can be done via our new guide.  Even if you cant fly but want to join other simmers and get away from Strictly come dancing, hop in the Teamspeak Channel for some chat and banter. Visit our event pages linked above for more detail about the flights, route and setup but if you have any questions, feel free to ask in the forums...we hope to see you there!
  23. UKV1685 - Matthew Lewis

    FSD Setup Guide & New Model Matching resources

    FSD SETUP GUIDE We have completed a total overhaul of our FSD and online tool setup guide and our model matching resources and these are now available for members. The guide can be accessed by members via the below link and is a comprehensive one stop shop for help and guidance and replaces the older website and forum links/guides whcih were harder to find and spread around our site/forums. Whilst the guide is aimed solely at our own FSD server use but can be used as guide for setup other online access networks. https://flyuk.aero/docs/fly-uk-fsd-online-flying-setup MODEL MATCHING We now have model matching files and resources available from the downloads centre for MSFS (FS2020) and XP11. Both are more limited in terms of aircraft and this is detailed within the readme files for each pack. MSFS users will now be able to view other traffic on the FSD server if they have the Fly UK liveries installed, or at least default AI aircraft as a fallback. Flying Club aircraft are included for FC events. XP11 users will for first time have a Fly UK livery pack available to them. Not all aircraft are available as AI so some substitution will occur on some franchise types. FSX/P3D users remain unchanged at this time however a new AI/VMR pack for Winter 20/21 will be available soon and that will include the recent fleet changes. X-CSL & FLAi for IVAO/VATSIM Although we now have our own files for FSD use, our colours are not available to other users across the wider online networks in the past unless they happened to have manually downloaded our VMR pack, that will now change as our liveries are now included in the most recent FLAi release, v23. We have also uploaded livery files to X-CSL so those will hopefully be available in an upcoming update. Users of those two major major matching tools will now see our members flying tour colours online going forward. MSFS wider network model matching is still very much in development so we will continue to watch progress carefully. Finally a big thankyou for all the hard work and effort getting to this stage, its been a big project and task so thanks to Matt L, Matt C, Craig B, Leslie T, and the AI pack team (Adam,Colin,Jason)
  24. UKV1790 - Adam Hart

    Fly UK's 2020 Christmas offerings

    Fly UK's A321 Covered in a layer of snow December has finally arrived and Fly UK are launching seasonal flights, charters and tours for the festive season. Here is a list of what to expect throughout December. Lapland ChartersAs previously announced, Fly2 have started the Lapland charter flights to Rovaniemi (EFRO) and Ivalo (EFIV) in Boeing 757-200 and Boeing 737-800 aircraft from select UK airports. These flights, taking you to the home of Santa's Village and to a beautiful winter wonderland, will be operating from the 1st of December to the 24th of December.  Fly UK Members Social Group Flight - Saturday, 19th December - Fly UK FSD ServerAll current Fly UK members are invited to join us for a fun and relaxing Christmas social flight from Birmingham to Rovaniemi at 18:00z on the 19th of December. This is an open event with no ATC to worry about, so hop onto our Teamspeak server for a fun social flight to this iconic Christmas destination! More information on this Christmas event can be found here.  Fly UK 2020 Christmas TourThis years Christmas Tour is a Class E tour that explores a selection of Europes most romantic winter cities. This 15 leg tour will take pilots from Edinburgh through Europe, ending at Rovaniemi. As is traditional, this Christmas tour is open to all pilots to fly all Fly UK airframes, allowing pilots to fly airframes that are normally locked outside of their rank. More information on this tour can be found here.  Flying Club Christmas 2020 TourFor VFR lovers, Fly UK's Flying Club have launched their 2020 tour, taking pilots on a 16 leg tour from Manston to Rovaniemi. More information on this tour can be found here.  December's Featured DestinationRunning alongside the Lapland charters, the Featured Destination for December is Rovaniemi. Nordic Sky are running flights from their Nordic bases to Rovaniemi throughout December in the Dash 8 Q400. 
  25. The most festive time of the year is almost here and with it, Fly2 are launching into our trademark festive operations. Here is a small glimpse of what our holiday franchise is offering this winter. Fly2's 757 at Innsbruck Fly2 Lapland ChartersFly2's Lapland Charters are scheduled to start on the 1st of December flying from most Fly2 UK airports to quintessentially festive destinations such as Finland's Rovaniemi. These special charters will operate throughout the month of December using the Fly2 fleet, finishing just in time for Christmas on the 24th of December.  Fly2 Ski RoutesFly2 are also operating a selection of winter Ski routes, due to start on the 7th of December and will run until the 18th of April 2021. Canada "wet-lease" flightsAs with previous years, Fly2 are continuing to supply a selection of 737's and 757's on wet lease to Canada for the peak tourist season. These airframes will be based at Montreal and Vancouver and will serve high demand destinations around the US and Caribbean. These flights are scheduled to go live on the 30th of November and will last until the 18th of April 2021, with transer flights for these airframes now live. These flights can be found under "Ad-Hoc" on our search page, with flight numbers from FL9300 to FL9325. 
  26. Our November Screenshot Competition, "Iconic Airports", is set to close submissions and go into voting this Monday, 23rd of November. This competition takes members to some of the most Iconic and well known airports on the planet, such as the infamous Innsbruck. To take part in the competition, submit no more than two non edited images on our "Screenshot Competition" page, located under the Community tab on our main page. More information and rules can also be found there. We look forward to seeing your stunning pictures, good luck!  IconAirports.png 1.73 MB
  27. Hi All, Our forum has been upgraded today. This was a necessity to ensure we are on the most up to date version with the latest security updates. Its a more noticeable upgrade with some UI changes (not made by us). If you encounter any issues, please let us know via the usual methods. Thanks, Chris
  28. UKV1121 - Chris Sutcliffe

    Laravel Web Developer Wanted

    We’re looking for web developers with experience of using Laravel to assist with the Fly UK website. If you’re a web developer and have experience of using Laravel (PHP Framework), please get in touch, or if you know someone who might be interested, please share this post with them. Our website and systems are at the heart of our operation, servicing our 1000+ members from over 60 different countries. We receive around 150 PIREPs per day with each flight booked via our custom built website and recorded using our ‘SkyTrack’ flight logging software. This is a great opportunity to put your skills and spare time to good use and help Fly UK to continue delivering a best in class virtual airline experience.  Interested? Get In Touch: email chris.sutcliffe@flyuk.aero --- ENDS --- For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us: Chris Sutcliffe - Chairman/Founder chris.sutcliffe[at]flyuk.aero
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