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VATSIM Event: 60 Hours of ATC

13-Oct-2017 15:00 to 15-Oct-2017 03:00

Whether you want to fly a big bird out of Boston, cruise around the Cape in your Cub, or just practice a few patterns at Portland, we'll be staffed up all weekend.

We will be staffing Boston Center for 60 Hours from 11am (1500z) on Friday, October 13 to 11pm ET (0300z) on Sunday, October 15. Any time you want to fly within that 60 hour period, day or night, you’ll find ATC coverage online!

In addition to the continuous ATC coverage, we have two major events during this time period. We’ll be featured in VATUSA's Friday Night Operations event on October 13. From 7-11pm ET on Friday, October 13, the Boston ARTCC will be staffed to the hilt for our Fall FNO. Beyond FNO, we were chosen as a departure field for Cross the Pond Eastbound 2017, which takes place throughout the day on October 14th. More information regarding Cross the Pond can be read here or on the Cross the Pond website.

Additional ATC will be available throughout the weekend at a variety of airports, including during the event times. As the 60 Hours of ATC weekend approaches, our ATC Timetable will be updated to show additional airports that will be staffed.

Friday, October 13, 2017 - 15:00 to Sunday, October 15, 2017 - 03:00 (UTC)

Venue Details

www.vatsim.net/events/60-hours-atc

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