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Sightseeing in God's Own County
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Briefing 19th November 2015

For the November Event we will be visiting God's Own County ie. Yorkshire

Start Time and Place

The event may be flown on any day in November, however it should ideally be flown on Thursday 19th. I would advise that if you do want to fly with other members during the event then log onto Teamspeak on Thursday 19th at 1900z

What Aircraft can I fly

Any aircraft can be flown in this event as long as it is within the EASA GA category.

Flight Planning Your flight plan should show:
  • Departure = EGNG (Bagby)
  • Destination = EGNG (Bagby)
  • Route = UK11 EGYK EG3W
  • Comments = /V/ DAYLIGHT / CIX VFR CLUB /

At 120 knots this Route should take about 1 hour.
The Plan-G file for this Event can be downloaded from HERE.
A picture of the route, waypoints and times can be found here HERE.
Airfield charts and information are available in Pooley's and the AFE VFR Flight Guide. For those without either, Neville has produced an Airfield Data Sheet for EGNG Bagby - this can be found on the club web site under Operations / Airfield Data Sheets: HERE.


At the time of publishing this event plan, ATC has not been confirmed watch the forum for details.

Radio Discipline

Take care not to let our Teamspeak chat cut across ATC. Stop any conversation immediately the R/T comes alive, then continue if "he wasn't talking to us". This is difficult because when transmitting on Teamspeak you can't hear the R/T. So be brief on Teamspeak, and be aware that ATC might be trying to get through. If anyone hears an R/T message which seems to be being ignored, just say "ATC is calling G-CIXN" if you have identified the callsign, or "ATC is calling us" which is a cue for everyone to be quiet on Teamspeak until ATC call again (which they will). Remember too that if asked to "Stand By" by ATC, you do not reply - not even "Roger", but simply wait until you are called again.

Remember also that there are several different ATC frequencies in use, and you may not be able to hear when communications are taking place. Make sure you have set and know how to use a Teamspeak mute switch.

Acknowledgements Event planning: John Cronan & David Buderim. Briefing: David Buderim
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