New Recruits please post details here

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blanston12
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Re: New Recruits please post details here

Post by blanston12 » 20 Jul 2018, 15:44

suttonyoung wrote:
20 Jul 2018, 11:10
727 training complete. That's me all Dan-Aired out :welldone:
Full 727 ratings granted
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Re: New Recruits please post details here

Post by tbaac » 22 Jul 2018, 22:18

Name : Tony Holmes
Age : 45
Occupation : Software Engineer
Location : Farnborough, UK
Hobbies : Technology, software, music, simming. I tend to stick to xplane 11 for flight sims now. Can I join please? I'd like to go for the B72A (using FJS's Pro v2 and then v3 when it comes out). Thanks.

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Post by blanston12 » 22 Jul 2018, 23:12

Hi Tony and welcome.

Based on your message I gave you the training rating for the 727-100 and 727-200. Since you are a X-Plane user and new to FSA you might want to look at this on the FSA forum about using there client with X-Plane.

https://forum.fsairlines.net/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=9287
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Post by tbaac » 22 Jul 2018, 23:19

Thanks for the welcome Joe.

I'll have a look at that link, should be useful.

btw, is it intentional that the airline is called Classic British Flight Services on the FSA site?

Thanks, Tony.

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Re: New Recruits please post details here

Post by blanston12 » 22 Jul 2018, 23:56

tbaac wrote:
22 Jul 2018, 23:19
btw, is it intentional that the airline is called Classic British Flight Services on the FSA site?
Yes very much so, it ties in with the name of this forum.
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Re: New Recruits please post details here

Post by tbaac » 23 Jul 2018, 00:06

Thanks Joe, hadn't noticed that before. Not sure I quite understand the difference but I'll concentrate on the other stuff for now and I'm sure it'll come to me :)

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Re: New Recruits please post details here

Post by Erme » 20 Aug 2018, 18:01

Name : Danilo Slaibrici
Age : 40
Occupation : School Bus Steward
Location : Lecce, Apulia , Italy
Hobbies : VR, Flying Simulation , Reading History Book, 3D Priting of Static Air model and Diorama.
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Post by blanston12 » 20 Aug 2018, 23:02

Erme wrote:
20 Aug 2018, 18:01
Name : Danilo Slaibrici
Age : 40
Occupation : School Bus Steward
Location : Lecce, Apulia , Italy
Hobbies : VR, Flying Simulation , Reading History Book, 3D Priting of Static Air model and Diorama.
Welcome Danilo, let us know what type of flying you want to do so we can start getting you your type ratings.
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Post by Erme » 21 Aug 2018, 12:14

Ty blanston12. I love flying with the DC-3. Any kind of flight.
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Post by blanston12 » 21 Aug 2018, 17:35

Erme wrote:
21 Aug 2018, 12:14
Ty blanston12. I love flying with the DC-3. Any kind of flight.
Hi Erme, I granted you the training rating for the DC-3, our policy is when you first join you need to fly six training flights before your given the full rating. After that four flights for additional aircraft types.

And call me Joe.

Happy Flying.
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