PIREP / Flight plan
|The most important facts about PIREP||
Where can I find our PIREP ?
There is no longer an independent PIREP system.
You can only fill out a PIREP, when you call up the flight schedules.
In the normal timetables it well be displayed according to your rank and service (HUB),
as well as in the mandatory flight schedule and also in the special flight schedules.
|Why fill in the PIREP conscientiously?||
Well for one thing, I see this as a duty to share your careful flight preparations with us and for another thing it is essential that
you can get credit for the hours you flew for the VA.
|What happens to my PIREP after it has been sent?||
We have an online database behind our PIREP, but it only becomes active after the PIREP has been validated.
The data that is requested is always relevant and is checked manually. The verification is also the only thing
that prevents you from seeing your immediate hours in your pilot list.
The check will usually be done every two to four days, (apart from holidays and absence of the flight manager).
The flights you have entered can now be seen in the output "pilot logbook". There you will also find the information behind it, whether your flight has been validated and how it arrived:
CORRECT means that your flight has been entered excellently and will be released for billing (rated).
WRONG means that your flight was not entered according to our PIREP instructions and will not be evaluated, this means work for you and no longer for us!
You will get a message about what you did wrong and you are allowed to fill in the PIREP again, but in the worst case repeat the flight! Wrong flights will remain in the database for a while and this should spur you on not to enter anything wrong, as everyone will notice this. ;-D
|Questions about start time and flight day:||
Many questions come up concerning the start time and the flight day:
|Questions about the aircraft type:||
Depending on your rank, you may fly with us using an aircraft on which you have made your type rating (TR).
|Special features for Shared Cockpit:||
With Shared Cockpit, the host system is considered the leading data source. This is also 100% taken into account and checked during validation.
If the client system also establishes a connection, this can be checked on a random basis.
The most important information about the flight plans:
Depending on your rank, you will automatically be shown the flights that are allowed.
|Flights of the month:||Here you will find four theme-related flights for each month. These flights are meant to offer some variety to the regular flight schedule and especially to make the to enable co-pilots to make a "journey" outside of Germany. All pilots always have the same flights and have the advantage that when flying online maybe several pilots can do it together. Please use our forum, where you can exchange ideas.|
These flights are mainly intended for our CO-PILOTS, because as long as they have not yet gained too much experience with us
and as long as they have not yet filed a TR to the FO (= First Officer), we do not want to let them go abroad.
These flights are intended for our FIRST OFFICER's. You may fly abroad, since you have already gained your experience.
We have introduced this section so that our online flyers do not necessarily have to co-pilot flights and are also allowed to fly to neighbouring countries.
(Austria, Denmark, Hungary etc.)
Here we do not need to have a bad conscience because of realism,
as there are mostly real charter flights of Condor and its sister companies.
flights with stopovers can also be flown like this! I.e. flown through flights cannot and will not be recognized!
These flights are mainly intended for our CAPTAIN's.
And finally we are very realistic again, because all flights are from the original Condor flight plans.
These flights are mainly for our C (CAPTAIN's), SC (SENIOR CAPTAIN's) as well as CC (CHECK CAPTAIN's).
And again we are very realistic, because all flights are taken from the original Condor flight plan.
Flights with intermediate landings can be flown like this too! I.e. flown through flights can and will not be recognized!
In order not to be dependent on Europe or on Condor routes, our VA has now decided to set up a HUB in Miami and Bangkok. This section is very well flown at the moment and all who are there can only confirm that it is fun to fly in North and South America and Asia. Interesting flights are also the Caribbean flights. Regulation: This section is only available from CAPTAIN's rank and have agreed to a registration. You should stay at least one month in the HUB and at least two flights per month. THERE IS A SEPARATE PAGE FOR THIS SECTION!
As the name suggests, these are flights out of a special occasion and are also subject to their own regulations.
Among them are some beautiful tours that bring an award with them; which can even be flown from co-pilot.