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Folks,

Those of you who post regularly I’m sure have noticed that I haven’t been responding to requests to post on your behalf recently.  I posted the reason for this on FB but forgot to post here.  I’m still here and we’re not closing or anything.  On April 17th my home flooded.  We had around 2 feet of water in our home.  I’ve just been really busy with all the cleanup and turmoil that occurs when an event like this happens.  We lost everything downstairs, my wife’s car was totaled, and my truck took on water.  Still trying to save the truck.  We were living in a hotel for 5 weeks but are back home now.  We still have no walls, floor, or kitchen.  I may post pictures at some point.  What a mess.

I do assure you that I will be back and will resume posting for you and your virtual airlines again.  My apologies for lack of communication but our focus was getting back in the house.  Thanks for your understanding..

Best Regards,
Lindle Romero
Owner/Operator – VAFLASH.COM
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Canadian Xpress April 2016 Fly-In – European Commute

CXA_Apri_2016_FlyIn|London City Airport is the closest airport to Central London and has a single 4900’ long runway. Only multi-engine, fixed-wing aircraft with special aircraft and aircrew certification to fly 5.5° approaches are allowed to conduct operations at London City and the largest aircraft which can be used at the airport is the Airbus A318.

Canadian Xpress® would like to invite all pilots to join us on Saturday, April 23rd at 10h00edt (14h00z) and 21h00edt (Sunday 01h00z) for our April 2016 fly-in where we fly from Zurich (LSZH), heading northwest across the English Channel and fly into London City Airport (EGLC).

This is an open invitation to all pilots no matter what your flying experience to attend this Canadian Xpress® Continue reading

Universal Air Alliance Update – New Rank Structure

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As you all well know by now, things here at FlyUAA are constantly in motion, and to that end, and after many requests, I am proud to announce that we have a new way to fly here at FlyUAA along with a new rank structure this change will take effect on April 2, 2016.  Below I will outline the changes, but rest assured that one thing will never change, and that is the concept of you fly what you want, where you want, whenever you want.

So now for a list of changes:

1. No more CAT restrictions.

2. You will make more virtual dollars to spend in our Pilot Shop.

3. We now have 4 Divisions within UAA.

4. We now have 4 types of callsigns.

5. We now have 11 Ranks per Division.

6. We now have new and improved insignia.


So what does this mean?  Well a new way to fly! Check out the Continue reading

Platinum Airways Visits Waterworks

Platinum-WaterworksPlatinum Airways, the Open Skies virtual airline, has announced its April DOTW theme: Waterworks. The series will visit four engineering masterpieces that are related to water.

Water is a crucial element. Some countries have too much, some too little. It can pose a serious threat to nature. And it offers engineering challenges. Waterworks will pay tribute to four engineering masterpieces that have solved major issues. The series will start with a visit to the Suez Canal that eliminates many days of sailing between the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Our destination will be Port Said (HEPS) on the northern side of the canal. Our second Waterwork is the Panama Canal that addresses the issue of having to circumvent South America. We’ll be flying into Marcos Gelabert Airport (MPMG). No country in the world knows how to deal with water better than The Netherlands, and we’ll visit the Delta Works, an engineering work of genius to protect the Zeeland province against floods of the magnitude of the 1953 disaster that claimed more than 1,800 lives. The closest airport to the Delta Works is Rotterdam Airport (EHRD). We’ll conclude Waterworks with a visit to Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport (KLAS), the closest large airport to Hoover Dam, a source of power and water, and a major leisure attraction.

Each DOTW comes with charts to be downloaded and links to Continue reading

Canadian Xpress April 2016 Challenge – Dangerous Airports XI

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Copalis State Airport on the Pacific Coast of Washington State that is located at the mouth of the Copalis River is a unique airport. It is the only known beach airport in the United States and is the only stretch of ocean beach in Washington where landing is legal. The runway is the 4500 foot stretch of ocean beach from the Copalis River on the south to the rocks towards the north.

Your mission is to departing from Ranger Creek (21W) and head to Copalis State Airport (S16) with either the Canadian Xpress® Cessna C172, Cessna C185 Tundra or Maule M-7 Taildragger.

Join Canadian Xpress today in order to participate as there are some great prizes to be won including:

• Aerosoft Products

• Bonus Flight Hours Continue reading

Fly UAA Opens It’s Doors

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Welcome to Universal Air Alliance (FlyUAA.org). We officially launched on January 14, 2016, and the progress from then till now has been tremendous. FlyUAA is a code share Virtual Airline, allowing pilots to fly any aircraft, routes or airline they like and receive full credit with any version of flight simulator.  We support FS9, FSX, FSX SE, P3D V1-3, X-Planes 9, 10.  As a FlyUAA pilot, you may fly Commercial, Cargo, Bush Planes, Military Aircraft, and Helicopters. FlyUAA is the perfect Virtual Airline for the true Flight Simulator Enthusiast.

February 12, 2016 was the Grand Opening of FlyUAA, and as such we held our Grand Opening Event.  Feb. 12 & Feb. 13 we flew to Viva Las Vegas for our Inaugural flight.  All FlyUAA pilots who completed this tour, received the Inaugural flight Award.

If you are interested in joining a great VA please check out www.FlyUAA.org and also you can find us on Facebook at Universal Air Alliance and also check our YouTube page out at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSumAh8m1xJ7TZbIrEUqaDQ

Tom West
CEO FLY UAA

Canadian Xpress British Columbia Float Tour

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Fly the Canadian Xpress® British Columbia Float Tour

The Canadian Xpress® British Columbia Float Tour is based on Harbour Air which is a scheduled service, tour and charter airline based in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. The all-seaplane airline specializes in routes between Vancouver, Nanaimo, Victoria, Sechelt, Comox, Whistler and the Gulf Islands, primarily with DeHavilland Canada floatplanes. Along with West Coast Air and Whistler Air, it operates DeHavilland Beavers, Otters and Twin Otters.

The Canadian Xpress® British Columbia Float Tour consists of 34 legs that follow routes of Harbour Air that must be flown in order using the Canadian Xpress® DeHavilland Dash 6-Q300F float aircraft.

Join Canadian Xpress® today by visiting  http://CanadianXpress.ca and Continue reading

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