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TWA2276 Robert Arslanian

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PILOT RESOURCES

Reference Material

TWVA SOP

TWVA Pilot Handook is an Adobe pdf document outling the Standard Operating Procedures for use by all pilots. Within its' pages a wealth of information can be found regarding policy, procedures, and how-to's.

ACARS

XAcars

XAcars is a program originally made for X-Plane, but now also features a version for MSFS. As with FSACARS, it receives flight data from our schedules database, and uses it to display information on the "live acars" map on the website. PIREPs can also be filed from the cockpit, and may also be saved to your PC for later filing. This program also works on a Linux or Mac platform, making it the most versatile ACARS program in our lineup. Its only drawback is the limited flight data that it outputs.

FSACARS

FSACARS is a widely used ACARS program. It receives flight data from our schedules database, and uses it to display information on the "live acars" map on this website. When your flight is finished, a PIREP can be filed with one click. This program also reports a wealth of information about your flight for later analysis.

kACARS

kACARS_Free is the newest of our available ACARS programs. It too, receives flight data from our schedules database, and uses it to display information on the "live acars" map on the website, PIREPs can also be filed from the cockpit. This program allows integration with multiple VA's with absolute ease, and outputs as much data as FSACARS and maybe more.

Online Networks

IVAO

International Virtual Aviation Organization is the smaller of two networks on which TWVA flies, but bigger doesn't always mean better. While US ATC coverage tends to be spotty, what is available is professional and helpful. Go on over and sign up and give them a try. We suggest you also enroll in The Academy to learn the ropes. If you aren't sure of something, the forums are an excellent source of help.

VATSIM

The Virtual Air Traffic Simulation network has been around almost since the dawn of PC flight simulation. Experience Live ATC, and bring your simming to a whole new level of realism. US coverage is considerable and ATC is thoroughly tested to bring you an "as real as it gets" level of service. Your first stop after signing up should be the Pilot Resource Center (PRC) to learn how to use the software and the do's and don'ts of flying on the network.