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A. Frankowski: New First Officer in EGLL Hub

Yoland Posted: 28.02.2011, 18:58

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Hello Everybody,
Let's celebrate our newest First Officer, Andrzej Frankowski who reached the 100 hours flight time in a couple of months since he enrolled in SPA.
Great result and all the EGLL hub team is very proud of your commitment Andrzej.
Cheers

:banana: :clap: :jumpclap: :prost:

Yoland Grosjean from Switzerland - SPA 348
- CEO St Paul Airlines VA (ceo@stpaulairlines.com)
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SPA031 Posted: 01.03.2011, 06:42

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Quite a milestone.
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Westcoast Posted: 01.03.2011, 10:25

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Andrzej,

Congratulations on your promotion. You'll amass hours rapidly on your way to Japan ;-) .

Mike

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apfrankowski Posted: 01.03.2011, 10:59



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Thanks Guys!
BTW I've made yesterday next hop to Japan VFR only - no navaids, no Plan G moving map. And it IS possible. The thing is, that down there in the Middle East it's hard to find foggy/misty approaches :)

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Westcoast Posted: 01.03.2011, 21:54

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aF,

Inspired by your example, I flew the fourth leg today into Berlin without either GPS or Radio navigation (other than NDBs) and with the Plan G uncoupled from FSX. Although the weather was sketchy, I could identify the lakes and European Freeways well enough to confirm that I was on route. It helped to use Active Sky X to adjust my heading for winds aloft.

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