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Aharon Dayan

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  1. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a darn nice winter commuter flight from KGPI Glacier Park International Airport located six miles northeast of Kalispell in Montana to KPDX Portland International Airport located just south of the Columbia River 12 miles northeast of downtown Portland in Oregon. Airborne on climb to F300 Climbing past background view of Doris Mountain Making right turn to west above background view of Flathead River to start the waypoint route KILLY V448 KARPS V120 GEG J143 LTJ Now at correct westward still climbing to F300 with background view of mountains of Flathead National Forest Leaving background view of the same mountain range mentioned above Now cruising at FL300 at mach 0.80 Passing Hayden suburb of city of Coeur d'Alene with view of Hayden Lake on right and highway route number 95 on left of the plane Passing Spokane suburb called Spokane Valley where you can see just behind left wing a big rectangular shaped building which is actually Spokane Valley Mall and exactly below tip of the left wing is highway intersection of two highways which are highway number 90 running across the screenshot and highway number 27 running from top to bottom of the screenshot with nice view of Spokane river Passing KSFF Felts Field, which long long before opening of Spokane airport, was original Spokane airport located five miles northeast of downtown Spokane with highway route 90 off tip of left wing and Sponake River off tip of right wing while the plane is directly above highway 290 called East Trent Avenue that you can see out of the planes tail Passing center of city of Spokane Cruising above beautiful winter landscape Passing 9,145 ft high Mount Stuart located in the central part of the Washington Cascades Passing two famous mountains which are Mount Ranier in back and Mount St. Helens in front On final runway approach to runway 10 left Passing the Oregon Slough Railroad Bridge also known as the BNSF Railway Bridge 8.8 which is used regularly by freight trains of both BNSF and Union Pacific Railroad as well as by Amtrak passenger trains on routes connecting Portland with Seattle and with Chicago via Spokane. The island on right side of the plane is called Hayden Island located in Columbia River between Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon. Passing bridge called I5 Bridge that is part of highway route number 5 Still on final runway approach to runway 10 left Above Columbia river separating states of Washington and Oregon Seconds before touchdown TOUCHDOWN Still producing long tire smokes while front landing glides down very very slow More cool tire smokes!! Exiting from runway 10 left into taxiway A2 toward the gate Arrived at gate Thank you for viewing!!! Please stay tuned for next exciting flight!! Regards, Aharon
  2. Aharon Dayan

    **מעבר ל-DISCORD**

    @Eyal Rokach, Sorry to disappoint you but I did that and still got same invite invalid error message like my screenshot proof above. Regards, Aharon
  3. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting Israeli navy scuba diving squadron's new important recruiting mission in all Haifa schools abroad DC-3's flight from LLET Eilat Airport located in the center of city of Eilat adjacent to Route 90 (The Arava Road) to LLHA Haifa Airport located to the east of the city of Haifa Waiting for recruiting officers of the Israeli navy scuba diving squadron to board Green buses carrying the recruiters and their equipments had arrived on left side of the screenshot Recruiters boarding this plane with their heavy scuba equipments and recruiting materials used for demonstration purpose for recruit visits to Haifa schools Pilots boarding cockpit with nice background view of retired Arkia DC-3 Starting left engine Starting right engine Fully roaring revved up and ready to taxi to runway 03 Holding on runway 03 awaiting for take off clearance with background view of retired Arkia DC-3 Starting take off run after receiving take off clearance Airborne on climb to 10,000 ft via waypoint route ZFR KINAR MZD SIVAK TALMI NEGEV LORIM BGN LL TAV HRZ ATLIT GALIM Still climbing with background view of Jordanian mountains that they call Wadi Rum (Wadi is Arabic word for valley) Cockpit view of LLOV Ovda Airport located in the Uvda region of southern Israel about 37 miles north of Eilat. Passing LLOV Cruising at 10,000 along above highway route 90 Cruising Cruising along the same highway route along western shore of Dead Sea Flying through clouds Passing town of Ein Gedi (we need to tell Microsoft that this town is on east of the highway, not west of the route) Cruising above clouds Approaching green pastures indicate that Jerusalem and Tel Aviv are getting closer!! Cockpit view of Dead Sea ahead and green pastures on left Time to turn left to pass through Jerusalem and Tel Aviv! View of Jerusalem ahead Passing highway route 60 on way to cross Jerusalem Cruising past landscape of Jerusalem Leaving Jerusalem Passing intersection of highways 6, 444, and 1 with background view of Ben Shemen forest located behind the tail of the plane which is flying along highway 1 Passing intersection called Lod Exchange which is intersection of highways 1 and 40 Passing LLBG Ben Gurion Airport located on the northern outskirts of the city of Lod which is about 12 miles to the southeast of Tel Aviv Passing intersection called Ganot Exchange which is intersection of highways 4 and 1 Passing Bloomfield Stadium in Jaffa area After turning right to head north now passing LLSD Sde Dov Airport llocated in Tel Aviv, Israel Passing through intersection called Glilot Mizrah Interexchange which is intersection of highways 20 and 5 Passing town of Kfar Shmaryahu and intersection of two highways 531 and 20 Time to descend!! Flying along Israeli coast can be fun and here is cockpit view of Hadera area, Hadera port, and Orot Rabin Power Plant looms ahead Passing Hadera area, Hadera port, and Orot Rabin Power Plant At 5,000 ft Approaching city landscape of Hafia passing abandoned stadium next to highway route 4 and Avraham Liessen street Passing Haifa port Look at US Navy aircraft carrier paying port visit!! Making right turn to approach runway 16 seen ahead On final runway approach to runway 16 with background view of Haifa suburb of Kiryat Haim West Seconds before touchdown TOUCHDOWN Braking down with rear wheel gliding down slowly Backtracking!! Arriving at gate! Thank you for viewing and stay tuned for next exciting flight!! Regards, Aharon
  4. Aharon Dayan

    LLER RAMON PREVIEW

    Is it for FSX please?
  5. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a darn fun DC-3 flight from TUPJ Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport located in Beef Island, a small island off the main island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands to TJIG Fernando Luis Ribas Dominicci Airport located in Isla Grande which is suburb of the municipality of San Juan, Puerto Rico Boarding the plane Starting engines with background view of shore waters of Trellis Bay and the building is Beef Island Guest House Holding short of runway 07 awaiting for clearance to enter into runway for more taxi and backtrack Entering into runway to taxi to beginning of runway 07 for backtrack and take off with background view of waters of Conch Bay Backtracking with background view of waters of Well Bay and you can see on back of sailing boat a restaurant called The Courtyard at Surfsong Starting take off run!! Airborne on climb to 10,000 ft Climbing above beauty of Caribbean waters Wing view of Great Camanoe island and Scrub Island Now at 5,000 ft still climbing to 10,000 ft You can tell from clouds that the plane is now at 10,000 ft Passing background view of one of world's 10 most dangerous airports called TNCM Princess Juliana International Airport located on the Dutch side of the island of Sint Maarten Cruising at 10,000 ft Dig beautiful Caribbean waters Descending through clouds Passing TIST Cyril E. King Airport located two miles west of the central business district of Charlotte Amalie on the island of St. Thomas in the United States Virgin Islands Flying through clouds at 5,000 ft View of island of Flamenco Culebra looms ahead Approaching eastern shores of Puerto Rico At 3,000 ft Arrggghhh thick clouds blocking my view! View of TJSJ Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport located in suburban Carolina three miles southeast of San Juan You can see out of cockpit window the WHOLE view of TJSJ to be sure that planes taking off from runway 08 would not hit you since DC-3 does NOT have radars! On final runway approach to runway 09 with background view of San Juan suburb called Catano Pueblo Still on final runway approach with background view of strip of forest park called Parque La Esperanza Background view of Marina La Puntilla Seconds before touchdown TOUCHDOWN Braking down Slowing down to make backtracking Arrived at gate to drop off satisfied passengers Thank you for viewing!! Stay tuned for next exciting flight!! Regards, Aharon
  6. @Tomer Israel, Thanks for your kind words. Regards, Aharon
  7. Aharon Dayan

    Why Are We Forbidden To Use LLET?

    Because we want to have enjoyment flying to LLET on Vatsim and cruising at cruising altitude across Israel from north to south requires ATC service anyway Yep I am correct and that is why I did NOT argue with you when you informed me I was not allowed to fly to LLET because it would be against Vatsim rules to argue with controller so I just shut up my mouth and accepted your orders to divert to LLOV out of polite manners because I believe in super strict observation of Vatsim and Vatil regulations. That is why I just made this thread to inquire and to ask for clarifications on whether pilots are allowed to fly to LLET or not to see if I am wrong or correct. Yes you did FANTASTIC job providing ATC service for my flight from LLHA to the South and you provided fantastic last minute vectors for last minute diversion to LLOV. Thanks for kind ATC assistance. Maybe this needs to be discussed with management of VATIL on the topic about why would Vatil pilots need to wait 30 to 45 minutes over ZFR or MZD in order to go to non controlled and empty LLET especially LLET bound planes are safe at higher altitude than LLER bound planes??? @Or Bahtari, Can you please shed light on this interesting topic about why must Vatil pilots wait 30 to 45 minutes over ZFR or MZD in order to go to empty and uncontrolled LLET? Regards, Aharon
  8. @Tomer Israel, Thanks for your kind words. Regards, Aharon
  9. @shachaf yasurr, Thanks for your kind words. Regards, Aharon
  10. Aharon Dayan

    LLER Ramon for P3D4

    Will there be FSX version for this too please?
  11. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a nice flight from LLHA Haifa Airport located to the east of Hafia to LLOV Ovda Airport located in the Uvda region of southern Israel about 37 miles north of Eilat. New recruits leaving their cars to run to board that plane Plane waiting for the new recruits to board New Recruits boarding the plane via rear and side doors Rear door closing Starting left engines!! Starting right engines spewing black smoke and blasting off engine start flames Taxiing to short of runway 34 Entering into runway 34 for more taxi and backtracking You can see oil refineries located on Hahistadrut Avenue ahead of you Backtracking with background view of oil refineries Airborne on climb to FL200 Nice view of waters of Mediterranean sea Still making left turn toward south via Tel Aviv Still climbing to FL200 with background view of entire city landscape of Hafia including Kishon Port and Israel Shipyards Wing view of Atlit, Israel where salt factories are and waters on bottom of screen is called Salt Island Wing view of Mediterranean Sea Cruising at FL200 across Israeli landscape Cruising past suburb of Tel Aviv Making right turn on north tip of Dead Sea Cruising across Dead Sea Descending above Negev desert On final runway approach to runway 03R Seconds before touchdown blowing some desert sand dust TOUCHDOWN spewing desert sand dust Front landing making ground contact Thank you for viewing and stay tuned for next exciting flight!! Regards, Aharon
  12. Aharon Dayan

    Why Are We Forbidden To Use LLET?

    Thanks for confirming that I am correct. The actual Vatsim rules is that the controllers will provide services for any pilot at cruising altitudes to LLET or LLSD and the ATC services stop providing coverage or services when the pilots start to descend on way to either of 2 closed airports. For example, I flew on Vatsim to closed airport SEQU Quito many times. Ecuador ATC provided services during my cruising altitude at 37,000 ft and during descent to 23,000 ft. At 23,000 ft and below, they told me that I was on my own discreet without any ATC services to descend and approach the closed SEQU airport. The only exception to the rule is if an active airport and closed airport are next door or very close, then Vatsim controllers will provide services during approaches for only purpose of separation in air space only only if it is VERY CROWDED air space. For example, closed LLET and active airport on Aqaba, Jordon are next door or nearby meaning there would be chance for heavy traffic above waters of Red Sea for the active airport and closed airport therefore Vatsim controllers would provide control above waters of Red Sea ONLY for purpose of separation and spacing while telling LLET bounded pilots they would be on their own when they are ready to land. Regards, Aharon
  13. Aharon Dayan

    Why Are We Forbidden To Use LLET?

    @Or Bahtari, What is verdict, please? Are we allowed to use LLET and LLSD for Vatsim/Vatil flights?? Regards, Aharon
  14. Shalom and greetings all my pals, With use of era 1970 Kodak photographs presenting era 1970 EL AL flight service from LGAT Ellinikon International Airport located 4.3 miles south of Athens, Greece to LLBG Ben Gurion Airport located 12 miles to the southeast of Tel Aviv, Israel Holding short of runway awaiting for take off clearance Moments before touchdown with background view of terminal one Getting closer to ground of runway with background view of famous EL AL maintenance hangar One second before touchdown with background view of fire house TOUCHDOWN!!! Front landing gear gliding down slowly in most graceful manner Front wheels making runway contact Exiting from runway into taxiway Z on way to gate Taxing toward M Entering into K5 on way to gate Thank you for viewing! Please stay tuned for next exciting flight. Regards, Aharon
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