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  1. Welcome to a special edition of VATPACs busiest weekly event, Milk Run Monday! Although this is not the last Monday of the month, we are shaking things up by adding a pilot slot booking system! Fly between Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (YSSY) and Melbourne Tullamarine International Airport (YMML) between 0730z-1130z with the expectation of full ATC services for the duration of the event. How does it work? It is exactly like a Normal Milk Run Monday, however; We have created slot times for pilots to book between Melbourne and Sydney to add a differ
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    Welcome to a special edition of VATPACs busiest weekly event, Milk Run Monday! Although this is not the last Monday of the month, we are shaking things up by adding a pilot slot booking system! Fly between Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (YSSY) and Melbourne Tullamarine International Airport (YMML) between 0730z-1130z with the expectation of full ATC services for the duration of the event. How does it work? It is exactly like a Normal Milk Run Monday, however; We have created slot times for pilots to book between Melbourne and Sydney to add a different element to t
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    By far our most popular of all the weekly events, on any given Monday you'll find the famous "J-Curve" between Melbourne and Sydney well serviced by both pilots and ATC. Not to be confused with out Spilled Milk Run Monday events held on the last Monday of every month, pilots can expect ATC services as you fly between Melbourne and Sydney, or any destination in between (Canberra, Albury etc). Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0700z and peak between 0800-1000z. Routes: We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra an
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    By far our most popular of all the weekly events, on any given Monday you'll find the famous "J-Curve" between Melbourne and Sydney well serviced by both pilots and ATC. Not to be confused with out Spilled Milk Run Monday events held on the last Monday of every month, pilots can expect ATC services as you fly between Melbourne and Sydney, or any destination in between (Canberra, Albury etc). Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0700z and peak between 0800-1000z. Routes: We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra an
  5. We always know that the month is drawing to a close when Spilled Milk Run Monday comes around again! This week, we are exploring South Australia and the Northern Territory! Fly between Adelaide International Airport (YPAD) and Alice Springs Regional Airport (YBAS) between 0730z and 1130z with the expectation of full ATC services throughout the event! Traffic for these events tends to build at around 6 PM AEDT and tends to peak from 8-9 PM AEDT. ATC Positions will be scarce! Float around the discord if you are available to control and we may even open some Non-Standard ENR & TMA
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    We always know that the month is drawing to a close when Spilled Milk Run Monday comes around again! This week, we are exploring South Australia and the Northern Territory! Fly between Adelaide International Airport (YPAD) and Alice Springs Regional Airport (YBAS) between 0730z and 1130z with the expectation of full ATC services throughout the event! Traffic for these events tends to build at around 6 PM AEDT and tends to peak from 8-9 PM AEDT. ATC Positions will be scarce! Float around the discord if you are available to control and we may even open some Non-Standard ENR & TMA
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    We're back and proud to announce the next event for the Light Up series, Light up South Australia! It is time to pull out those regional aircraft or commercial airliners and explore the wine country of Australia as we attempt to provide the most realistic ATC services for you as you travel to stunning destinations that South Australia has to offer. Travel between Adelaide (YPAD), Parafield (YPPF), Port Augusta (YPAG), Port Lincoln (YPLC), Mount Gambier (YMTG) Ceduna (YCDU) and Olympic Dam (YOLD) plus many more with the expectation of full services from 0400z - 0800z. What is Light
  8. We're back and proud to announce the next event for the Light Up series, Light up South Australia! It is time to pull out those regional aircraft or commercial airliners and explore the wine country of Australia as we attempt to provide the most realistic ATC services for you as you travel to stunning destinations that South Australia has to offer. Travel between Adelaide (YPAD), Parafield (YPPF), Port Augusta (YPAG), Port Lincoln (YPLC), Mount Gambier (YMTG) Ceduna (YCDU) and Olympic Dam (YOLD) plus many more with the expectation of full services from 0400z - 0800z. What is Light
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    By far our most popular of all the weekly events, on any given Monday you'll find the famous "J-Curve" between Melbourne and Sydney well serviced by both pilots and ATC. Not to be confused with out Spilled Milk Run Monday events held on the last Monday of every month, pilots can expect ATC services as you fly between Melbourne and Sydney, or any destination in between (Canberra, Albury etc). Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0700z and peak between 0800-1000z. Routes: We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney.
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    By far our most popular of all the weekly events, on any given Monday you'll find the famous "J-Curve" between Melbourne and Sydney well serviced by both pilots and ATC. Not to be confused with out Spilled Milk Run Monday events held on the last Monday of every month, pilots can expect ATC services as you fly between Melbourne and Sydney, or any destination in between (Canberra, Albury etc). Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0700z and peak between 0800-1000z. Routes: We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney.
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    By far our most popular of all the weekly events, on any given Monday you'll find the famous "J-Curve" between Melbourne and Sydney well serviced by both pilots and ATC. Not to be confused with out Spilled Milk Run Monday events held on the last Monday of every month, pilots can expect ATC services as you fly between Melbourne and Sydney, or any destination in between (Canberra, Albury etc). Traffic Levels usually begin to pick up around 0700z and peak between 0800-1000z. Routes: We recommend the following routes between Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney. YMML-YSSY:
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    VATPAC invites you back to another rendition of 'City Pair!' Whether you like to do a short two hour jet hop, or a scenic cruise, this event will cater for your needs! Provide passengers with the opportunity to jump between some of North's hidden jewels! Fly to and from Darwin International Airport (YPDN) & Cairns International Airport (YBCS ) between 0400z-0800z with the expectation of full ATC services for your flights. Hurdle your way between the two cities with passengers or cargo! Event Details: In the last City Pair event, ATC Services were provided between two aerodromes to
  13. VATPAC invites you back to another rendition of 'City Pair!' Whether you like to do a short two hour jet hop, or a scenic cruise, this event will cater for your needs! Provide passengers with the opportunity to jump between some of North's hidden jewels! Fly to and from Darwin International Airport (YPDN) & Cairns International Airport (YBCS ) between 0400z-0800z with the expectation of full ATC services for your flights. Hurdle your way between the two cities with passengers or cargo! Event Details: In the last City Pair event, ATC Services were provided between two aerodromes to
  14. G'day Chris! It was my absolute pleasure controlling you and many others that night, thank you for your patience and understanding. At the end of the day, I am very glad that we were able to get everyone who genuinely wanted to fly airborne safely. Hope to see you all in the skies again soon and thank you for the feedback! - Luke
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