What is the actual requirement? I thought it was 1 per calendar month, yet I received a warning stating it's been over 30 days since i flew.
The SOP is kind of vague: " It is required that each pilot submit at least one (1) PIREP per month. "
To me, that means calendar month. So I can better keep track, which is correct?
Good Morning JFK Pilots, My name is Tom Pletzke and I am your new hub manager. I am looking forward to helping us continue to be the successful hub we are today. I am still in the process of setting up emails and our forum page but you can contact me via discord message for questions or if you need help.
Here is a little about myself. I have been in flight simulation since 2001and became a hub manager at a virtual airline in 2008. I was a hub manager there for about 10 years. I really enjoy being part of a VA, leading by example, and making this a fun and/or educational place to learn more about flight simulation. I fly about 50 percent on Vatsim and use vPilot and kACARS with the Sound Pack. I have used fs9, fsx, xplane, and now find myself using p3dv4. I am curious about the new Microsoft flight simulator that may come out in 2020 based on the scenery graphics.
My hobbies include flight simulation, saxophones (in a couple bands), fishing, biking, hunting, and I golf about twice a year. I have a masters degree in Information Systems and development on The Pega CRM platform.
I excited to be part of the team at KJFK and will be on the lookout for some good JFK scenery.
The destination of the month for August will be beautiful San Diego, California (KSAN), formely known as Lindbergh Field. It is the busiest single runway airport in the United States. Remember, all flights in and out of KSAN are CAT FREE for the entire month of August. That means whatever your rank, you can fly any aircraft found in our fleet. Enoy the nice weather!
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