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Propilot Event Details

Solo 2013
(Challenger 850)

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Pilots participating

EHM- EHM-1829 Trevor BoltonEHAMEHM-2818 Dave BrindleyKATL
EHM-2463 Jonathan DaviesLIRFEHM-2684 Andrzej GladkowskiLIRFEHM-2465 James HutchinsonLIRF
EHM-2387 Eric-jan OudKFATEHM-1882 Giancarlo RandazzoLIRFEHM-2589 David SifuentesKFAT
EHM-2131 Bruce ThomasLSZHEHM-1800 Franz ZeitelhoferLGAV 

Difficulty

Moderately difficult. Of course, doing this in real life adds some specific challenges, but in a simulator the biggest challenge is probably going to be staying alert on longer legs.

Description

Well be following in the footsteps of Jack Wiegand, as he soloed around the world back in 2013 to become the youngest solo orbiter at that time. He flew a Mooney 20, as it has a nice high cruise speed of 242 kts, and a range of 1100nm on standard tanks. Actually, he used extra range tanks to extend his range to 2000 nm - and he flew a couple of 2000nm legs too... For this event, the longest legs are around that 2000nm for us too. So to keep things flyable, we allow for a private jet. We have selected the Challenger 850, but any twin jet aircraft will do. So if you have a spare Gulfstream in your hangar ...

Legs

Leg Origin Destination Radial Distance Opens Closes Award
1KFAT Fresno Yosemite Intl1V5 Boulder Mun73 deg708 nm03/10/202003/11/2020-
21V5 Boulder MunKSTL Lambert-St Louis Intl96 deg693 nm10/10/202010/11/2020-
3KSTL Lambert-St Louis IntlKJFK Kennedy Intl81 deg773 nm17/10/202017/11/2020-
4KJFK Kennedy IntlCYFB Iqaluit7 deg1,400 nm24/10/202024/11/2020-
5CYFB IqaluitBIRK Reykjavik88 deg1,202 nm31/10/202001/12/2020-
6BIRK ReykjavikEGKB Biggin Hill137 deg1,032 nm07/11/202008/12/2020-
7EGKB Biggin HillLIRF Fiumicino138 deg760 nm14/11/202015/12/2020-
8LIRF FiumicinoLGIR Nikos Kazantzakis122 deg719 nm21/11/202022/12/2020-
9LGIR Nikos KazantzakisHECA Cairo Intl134 deg444 nm28/11/202029/12/2020-
10HECA Cairo IntlOMDB Dubai Intl102 deg1,304 nm05/12/202005/01/2021-
11OMDB Dubai IntlVABB Mumbai110 deg1,040 nm12/12/202012/01/2021-
12VABB MumbaiVECC Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose In76 deg899 nm19/12/202019/01/2021-
13VECC Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose InVTBD Bangkok Intl127 deg868 nm26/12/202026/01/2021-
14VTBD Bangkok IntlRPLL Ninoy Aquino Intl88 deg1,188 nm02/01/202102/02/2021-
15RPLL Ninoy Aquino IntlRJCC New Chitose32 deg2,004 nm09/01/202109/02/2021-
16RJCC New ChitoseRJCK Kushiro81 deg111 nm16/01/202116/02/2021-
17RJCK KushiroPADU Unalaska71 deg2,020 nm23/01/202123/02/2021-
18PADU UnalaskaPANC Anchorage Intl50 deg686 nm30/01/202102/03/2021-
19PANC Anchorage IntlPAKT Ketchikan Intl121 deg671 nm06/02/202109/03/2021-
20PAKT Ketchikan IntlKSEA Seattle-Tacoma Intl143 deg590 nm13/02/202116/03/2021-
21KSEA Seattle-Tacoma IntlKFAT Fresno Yosemite Intl169 deg651 nm20/02/202123/03/2021solo2013


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