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Flight CHT0001

  • Submitted By: Sane Zilla
  • Departure Airport: Enid, Oklahoma, US - Vance AFB (KEND)
  • Arrival Airport: Nadi International Airport (NFFN)
  • Aircraft: B777-300 (HP-1000CH)
  • Flight Time: 11.33
  • Date Submitted: 06/20/2014
  • Route: KEND/17C DCT NFFN/02
  • Status: Accepted
Flight Details
Gross Revenue:
(550 load / $ 1, 200.00 per unit
$ 660, 000.00
Fuel Cost:
(102261 fuel used @ 5.1 / unit)
$ 521, 531.10

Comments

Commenter Comment
Sane Zilla mpserver15 was "down for data maintenance" for some time in mid-flight. I didn't think it a problem because I could see my position on mpmap02 throughout the flight. I will add comments with any links I can locate.
Sane Zilla My first comment is that we should be charging more per unit for a flight of this duration and distance. If I take this bird maximum range the trip will be a moneyshredder instead of a moneymaker.
Sane Zilla This link is the plan I created at skyvector after I loaded the route manager. I do this for long flights because I want to check my route against real charts (I tired of hitting mountain peaks at night) http://skyvector.com/?ll=36.352849682720354,-98.05187987773758&chart=301&zoom=3&plan=A.K4.KEND:F.K4.GEDME:F.K4.BFALO:G.-17.987223429364413,177.4343490825188:G.-17.976120618447755,177.30869295458112:F.NF.FNNSI:N.NF.MI:N.NF.AL:N.NF.VK:A.NF.NFFN
Sane Zilla This comment is a question. I see that you and a few others have a lot of flights and hours. Which server should I connect to in order to minimize the risk of this happening again?
Charter Admin Personally I have found mpserver12.flightgear.org to be the most reliable and it has its own tracker too
Sane Zilla Thanks! I was hoping you would say that. After I posted the question, I looked through the pirep's and saw the 12 might be the answer. I'm thinking of going from Fiji to NZ next. Not sure when I will depart but definitely planning it before I sleep tonight.

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