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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 19 Apr 2010, 15:08
by a.trailblazer7
Jettin cross Pacific as CO 14 to Newark from Honolulu, B764 :smokin:

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 20 Apr 2010, 02:32
by HighFlyer
DL2445 MSP-SFO. FL360 in a 757-200. Somewhere over Nevada right now should be starting decent shortly. Later this week it is off to Atlanta and then back to MSP completing the circle.

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 20 Apr 2010, 04:02
by RatherBFlyin
I was attempting to fly ACA033 from Vancouver to Sydney, but after more than 12 hours of flying, and with less than three hours to go, FSX stopped responding. Occasionally it will sort itself out after a few minutes and continue, but I waited half an hour and no such luck. *sigh*

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 23 Apr 2010, 14:04
by RatherBFlyin
Yesterday I made another attempt at ACA033. Unfortunately, as I was turning onto final approach at Sydney after 15 hours of flying, FSX hit a fatal error. :rmad:

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 24 Apr 2010, 01:45
by HighFlyer
Man that is beyond rough!!!!



Currently flying F9773 from DEN-LAS with Erma the White Ermine for a tail. Crusing at FL340, landing then turning back around on F9780.

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 25 Apr 2010, 02:59
by Ali Abou-Zeid
SR346 CAI-ZRH at the moment, my last SimAirline.net flight!!!!

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 26 Apr 2010, 02:57
by a.trailblazer7
Currently over the water heading to Frankfurt fr JFK, DL 106 B767 :smokin:

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 27 Apr 2010, 01:20
by HighFlyer
Currently sitting in a very long line for departure at MSP. Starting my Fargo trips for the week on a DC9-50 tonight. Last few flights coming up this week :(

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 29 Apr 2010, 05:09
by DMM200
I just filed my final PIREP here at SimAirline. A sad day indeed.

BAW176 B744 KJFK-EGLL

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 29 Apr 2010, 13:26
by RatherBFlyin
Going to make one more attempt today at completing ACA033. *crosses his fingers*

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 30 Apr 2010, 07:05
by RatherBFlyin
I was finally able to get to Sydney and complete ACA033. Whew, that's a really long flight.

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 30 Apr 2010, 14:21
by kingsak
My last flight parked where it 1st. departed on April, 13th. 2008.
My home town KSRQ-Sarasota/Bradenton Florida DL-1749
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Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 01 May 2010, 04:14
by jorklind
Parked in EHAM for the closure - my European hub since 2005...

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 01 May 2010, 04:29
by steve63
I flew my last two flights today which were Virgin Sun EGCC - GCTS and GCTS - EGCC . These two flights
were my first two at simAirline.net and I thought it was fitting that I flew them as my last flights 10 years
later.

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 09 May 2010, 01:27
by Dennis
Well, even though I can't file a PIREP for it (not that I could anyway), I'm back in the virtual skies. Flying AF1139 from VIE-CDG and then fly AF8 to JFK on an A380.

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 09 May 2010, 15:07
by sanins192
Flew my first flight after SimAirline.net's closure, BHX-FRA on a FlyBe Dash-8. Currently flying a Royal Jordanian A321 on to Amman.

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 09 May 2010, 15:38
by frogdude4993
Jumped to Miami (my new hub with Pacific Airways :) ) and now I'm thinking of running a flight line MIA-SDF-PHX-MIA.

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 09 May 2010, 21:05
by a.trailblazer7
Well of course I'm still at it...doing a Delta flight from KATL to PHNL in the A330, smooth ridin' :smokin:

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 10 May 2010, 02:10
by RatherBFlyin
I flew Jetstar 959, in an A320, from Cairns to Sydney today.

Re: Where are You on your Logbook

Posted: 10 May 2010, 03:14
by frogdude4993
Completed my MIA-SDF-PHX-MIA line today. Had a nice set of flights. Now I'm back in Miami.

10 hours in the bank!