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Manuel Wimmer

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  1. That is a good point, you are right. An espacially when 99% of the pilots ar flying single ifr with simulated cockpits, that are harder to use than the real ones...
  2. In my opinion I do not see a reason for slots now. I feel the traffic amount on events now comes closer to reality with more pilots attending. Having to fly a holding for 20 minutes at night over Zürich and the ability, to listen to the radio and see the other traffic circling makes the simulation even more fun. As a real world pilot I can assure, that it could be really challenging on rush hour to find the gap to deliver your message to the controller.But don’t get me wrong, it must still be fun for the pilot and the controller. The workload should not mount in “negative” stress. Maybe on cer
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