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Anders Moen

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About Anders Moen

  • Birthday 07/21/1991

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  1. Hi, On mobile devices at least, the top header is white as well as the button to open the menu, thus hard to log in unless you know where the button is 🙂 Android, Chrome 80 something Otherwise it looks really good 🙂 Anders
  2. About us Virtual Norwegian, hereby vNorwegian, is based on the low cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle. Norwegian is the fifth largest low-cost carrier in the world. Our operations are mixed with everything from shorter domestic flights to longer flights. We offer over 500 routes to more than 150 destinations in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the Caribbean, South America, the US and Canada. The seasonal changes to our route portfolio creates a high diversity. Our fleet consists of around 150 aircraft, including Boeing 737-800, Boeing 737 MAX 8 and Boeing 787 aircraft. Historic aircraft such as the Boeing 737-300, McDonnell Douglas MD-82/83 and Fokker 50 are also available. Today’s vNorwegian launched its first version on 25th October 2009, and to this day 10 years later, we are still standing strong in the virtual world. Revamped On January 1st 2020, we opened the doors to our latest version of vNorwegian. This means a brand new system, website and flight logger. Our new system is completely rewritten, and is made to withstand upcoming changes a lot better than our previous systems. What’s new / What we offer SimBrief integration Up to date fleet Schedules directly from Norwegian Lufthansa LiDo CrewBriefing Active community Custom flight logger: VNPC v3 and A LOT more! We currently support Windows and Mac and Linux. Throughout these 10 years, our virtual pilots have flown over 260,000 flights (more than 25,000 flights every year), spending almost 750,000 hours in the air, which we find pretty impressive Want to be part of our adventure? Join us today at virtualnorwegian.net! See you in the virtual skies soon
  3. AIP Enroute part 3.1-3. Direction doesn't necessarily mean a thing
  4. Screenshots recently posted https://www.facebook.com/groups/vatsim/permalink/10160810672640602/
  5. Any idea when we might see a solution to this? Thanks
  6. The VATSIM academy doesn't have the P2 rating. You can see who offers the P2 (and higher) ratings here: https://ptd.vatsim.net/atos Anders
  7. You probably cannot register or sign in because you aren't in the development team, which that login seems to be for, hence the subdomain dev.swift-project.org
  8. Both of these exists.. Full list of airports/heliports in Norway in AIP Norway GEN 2.4
  9. This is why I love the standarized AIPs in Europe where this type of info can be found in the enroute docomeents, part 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3, instead of guessing based on east/west or north/south Easy to find throughout all countries, and no need to worry about flying on the wrong levels
  10. No idea if this would help, but may I suggest to lower the output volume in vPilot if you haven't already? I never have more than 15% there myself and the sound is a lot better that way.
  11. Richard, as these guys have already explained, swift is not an oceanic tool, but rather a pilot client, just like vPilot. I believe they wrote some time that CPDLC is considered to be integrated, and if they do I hope it'll be possible for me to connect this onto that as well
  12. Yeah, something like that could work! Yep, indeed it would have to be accepted by the controller. But I already have an idea for that as well: "incoming position reports" where you could accept (and let the system update itself + auto read-back to the pilot perhaps) or reject it for whatever reason. Considering the current state of the map, hopefully around 100% better The issue right now, I believe, is that a certain file is called every time the map is refreshed, which is quite a lot right. Even, who has created the basics of the map itself, thinks he has some ideas on how to improve it, so hopefully it will be a lot better in this build. Fingers crossed it will whenever I get to that point
  13. Thanks Jonathan: To some degree yes. Although I'm not a 'Concorde on VATSIM' fan, I have included track SM, SN and SO to work with the clearance, tho I gotta read up those procedures again so the example text is correct (ish). Block flight level is not supported, at least not yet..but we'll see. Mach higher than 1 is possible yes. Normally it will only accept 2 numbers, but if the first number is 1 or 2 it will accept up to 3 numbers if I don't recall all wrong. Kirk: In theory I could set it up so the pilots can enter their own data and send automatically to us, but I don't think I will..I think. Could be cool to just add a "send" button tho..the problem is that ATC has to respond somehow to it.. Now you got me thinking of things! Not good Got any ideas? The pilot tools will work regardless whether there's ATC online or not. The output text is only (and more of) an example of what the pilot might expect to hear from ATC - if he(/she) follows the format published in the ICAO NAT docomeents where I get most of my examples from. So yeah, this is completely standalone from the ATC side of the system. Just a little extra I created because of the number of non-oceanic controllers trying to register with the system
  14. Hi guys! As there seemed to be some interest in the post your scope thread, I've (after a long time) decided to start a separate thread for my WIP oceanic tool here. The current version of the OCA tools can be found at http://oca.vnas.net (most things I present in this thread is not implemented here yet as I'm working on a completely new build on another domain) The third version's coming along nicely :) Although I really wish I could get more time to work on it.. I've created two list types this time; one based on the simple Excel sheet and one based on one image of the GAATS+ list I have found. The GAATS+ list can be extremely 'weird' to use, but once you get the hang of it, it's not too bad actually. The list is also set up so you can change altitude, speed, reporting time and estimated time directly in the table. This could however potentially be slightly buggy if you are two or more using it and someone updates something . I haven't tested it properly yet, but we'll see how it works out. I have also set it up to support ATC callsigns (in order to "own" and "hand over" aircraft) although I haven't begun the work on how to handle that right now as I rather have the basics in first. Planning to introduce this eventually. One of Kirk's ideas has also been implemented; when you click on the "OCL" link, it will automatically check if any other aircraft (on the same level that is) is entering on the same entry point. If there are any, it will check if it's less than 10 minutes between them. If it is, it will automatically add the text "Cross WAYPOINT not before XX:XX" (XX:XX will be preceding aircraft's entry time + 10 minutes.). The first aircraft will not get any time restrictions as it is right now - it will only check for aircraft ahead and not behind, nor will it consider their [Mod - Happy Thoughts]igned Mach speed. I haven't really tested this properly out yet, so it could be a bit buggy, especially if you have three or more aircraft in a row that's too tight. Here's a short video of the current (WIP) version: and an 'old' image of the map: Since I've seen very many people without a rating for Gander and/or Shanwick has tried to register, I've also decided to set up some simple pilot tools in this version. Tracks: Oceanic clearance: Position report: Anders
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