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Hi guys and girls!

 

Bev, how are things going down there? I still didn't get to fly virtually with you in NZ. I will try to get to do that next weekend when I will have more time for a long nightshift And let's see, I am still looking for property in NZ

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Andreas

 

I see you now live in France....you sure do get around.

 

I did not know you were looking for property down this side of the globe. Good luck with that.

 

It was so nice to meet you and yes, I am still with Air New Zealand and loving it.

 

Have applied for Cabin Crew with Freedom Airlines ( the budget airline for Air NZ). They have accepted my application and now am waiting for them to start recruiting out of Christchurch.

 

Take care

 

Beverley


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Hey im a kiwi too!!! ATC in NZ is rare, but there is a few dedicateds that do it. Sunday nights from 8pm i think is the time to go on. I'm not sure though.

 

Hey, how many of us kiwis are pilots? I'm training, that's why i do this i guess


"Fielding traffic, noob noob noob, taxiing to holding point noob"

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Hi Im a kiwi and very new to all this will jump on sunday night and observe whats going on what freq do I need to dial up I have NZHN 122.900 at the moment but can any of you fellow kiwis help me set up my ATC I cant seem to find the sector files or else there arent actually any there nice to meet you I look forward to controlling the skies with you all

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G'day Scott, Welcome.

 

You can find resources for NZ at the VATPAC site, www.vatpac.org . VATPAC is the Division that looks after providing information, resources and training in NZ, Australia and the Pacific Islands.

 

You can download sector files from the 'Airspace' - 'Sector Files' - 'New Zealand' menu.

 

You will also find some frequency (and other) information in 'Airspace' - 'Airspace Information' - 'New Zealand' - 'Airspace Guide'. You will also be able to easily see what frequency controllers are on in the ATC client by selecting a logged on controller in the controller list.

 

Cheers!

 

John Golin

VATSIM Oceania - Deputy Regional Director

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