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By far the most popular of our regular weekly events, on any given Milk Run Monday you'll find the famous "J-Curve" between Melbourne and Sydney well serviced by both pilots and ATC.
Not to be confused with our Spilled Milk Run Monday events, details of which can be found on the Spilled Milk Run page, the Milk Run invites you to fly in any direction between Sydney and Melbourne and all destinations in between (Canberra, Albury etc).
Prefer to control? We recommend getting in early. ATC positions on Milk Run Monday are often scarce so definitely worth being an early bird.
Traffic levels traditionally start to pick up at around 7:30pm AEST / AEDT and generally peak between 8:30pm and 9:30pm AEST / AEDT.
 

 
Route
YMML-YSSY:
ML H129 DOSEL Y59 TESAT
YSSY-YMML:
TESAT H65 RAZZI Q29 ML
 
ATC
SY_ATIS 126.25 SY_DEL 133.80 SY_GND 121.70 SY_TWR 120.50 SY_APP 124.40 ML-WOL_CTR 125.00 ML-SNO_CTR 124.00 ML_APP 132.00 ML_TWR 120.50 ML_GND 121.70 ML_DEL 127.20 ML_ATIS 118.00  
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Melbourne Airport - Freeware for FSX
Orbx YMML Melbourne v3 (FSX/P3D) Melbourne Airport for Xplane (ISDG) Sydney YSSY freeware, FSX version | P3D version Sydney YSSY by FlyTampa (FSX & P3D) Sydney YSSY for Xplane (ISDG)

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Welcome to the latest VATPAC Iron Mic attempt featuring Perth. Perth is the gateway to Western Australia features a vast majority of international and domestic destinations, many of which mining locations in regional WA. With such a variety of routes to choose from there is somewhere to fly for everyone!
 
The following positions will be the primary positions:
 
PH_TWR
PH_APP
ML-ESP_CTR
 
To give us the best chance possible, please logon to the above positions at Perth prior to occupying others. Remember, There are no reserved positions so if one of the above positions is available, logon!
 
What is Iron Mic?
Iron Mic is a weekly competition that VATSIM holds to recognizes the positions with the most hours logged on the network. It is broken into 3 categories; TWR, APP and CTR. The position in each category that logs the most online hours over a 7 day period wins the Iron Mic.
Iron Mic runs from 0000z on Monday to 2359z on Sunday (0859 Monday AEDT)
How do we know about our progress?
 
Click on this link (http://fsmine.dhis.org/stats/showstats.cgi) to view all the VATSIM ATC stats for the week.
 
Remember, Our aim is to keep the TWR, APP and CTR positions open as much as possible. Coordinate with other controllers to ensure maximum coverage of the Perth positions. You can do this on Facebook, Teamspeak or the forums.
 
VATSIM has set out a few rules regarding Iron Mic which can be viewed here https://forums.vatsim.net/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=11100
 
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! Good Luck VATPAC!

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ATC
PH_DEL 118.55 PH_GND 121.70 PH_TWR 127.400 PH_APP 123.60   BRM_TWR 126.00 BN-TRT_CTR 133.20 ML-ORE_CTR 127.00 ML-ESP_CTR 123.95 KA_TWR 127.35 YBRM_ATIS 133.05 YPPH_ATIS 123.80
Routes
YPPH - YMMI return:
DCT PH Y31 KARAB Y69 LEO
DCT MULDM Z38 KELLA DCT BEVLY Q158 PH
 YPPH - YPKA return:
DCT PH DCT AVNEX DCT ESDEG Y15 VETEL Z55 KA DCT KA Y305 COBRA/N0454F340 L514 REVOP Q38 PH
YPPH - YDGU return:
DCT PH Y31 MURCH
DCT MEK DCT WEEDA Q38 PH
YPPH - YFDF return:
DCT AVNEX Y15 ESDEG Y60 GUVNA DCT VEPEK
DCT TAPIT DCT KALSA DCT BAXMN DCT TODIK DCT REVOP Q38 WOORA DCT PH
YPPH - YBRM return:
DCT PH Y31 BRM
DCT BRM Q38 PH
YPPH - YBGD return:
DCT AVNEX Y15 MADOG DCT KALUV DCT BGDWA
 SCRUB L514 REVOP Q38 JULIM
 
Scenery
OZx files
Library Files P3d
Library Files FSX
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Library 1.1 for FSX
Robert Fluke Western Australia Airports FSX/P3D Orbx Broome   MFSG Perth FSX/P3D Xplane Perth  

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It's the Australia Day Holiday!
In 1788, some poms decided to come to New South Wales and set up a colony at Botany Bay. Turns out there wasn't enough fresh water there, so they landed in Sydney Cove instead, but eventually someone built an Airport near (later, partly in) Botany Bay.
Later, in 1901, the Colonies decided to become a Nation and so established the Capital of Australia in Melbourne... temporarily at least.
Later, in 1911 the Capital was established in Canberra.
In Celebration of these and probably other historical facts, it's time to put a snag on the barbie. For those of you all saussaged out, there's always the Milk Run.
See how many legs you can do between Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra tonight.

 
Route
YMML-YSSY:
ML H129 DOSEL Y59 TESAT
YSSY-YMML:
TESAT H65 RAZZI Q29 ML
YSSY-YSCB
TESAT H65 CB
YSCB-YSSY
CB W423 CULIN Y59 TESAT
YMML-YSCB
ML H129 DOSEL W569 AY J42 CB
YSCB-YMML
TANTA Q29 LIZZI
ATC
SY_ATIS 126.25 SY_DEL 133.80 SY_GND 121.70 SY_TWR 120.50 SY_APP 124.40 ML-WOL_CTR 125.00 ML-SNO_CTR 124.00 ML_APP 132.00 ML_TWR 120.50 ML_GND 121.70 ML_DEL 127.20 ML_ATIS 118.00                           CB_GND 121.70 CB_APP 124.50 CB_TWR 118.70 Scenery
Melbourne Airport - Freeware for FSX
Orbx YMML Melbourne v3 (FSX/P3D) Melbourne Airport for Xplane (ISDG) Canberra YSCB by Orbx Sydney YSSY by FlyTampa (FSX & P3D) Sydney YSSY for Xplane (ISDG)

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