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EKCH-KBOS (B737-700) Route?

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Hi,

 

has anyone an official flightplan for the SAS/Privatair Flights 927/928 from Copenhagen to Boston and back again?

The daily flight is operated with a special 737-700 (there's a livery and cfg-file for PMDG's NGX here on avsim!!).

 

Flightaware: TAFFY AJJAY OOSHN3, that's it :-(

 

On the map you can see, that the aircraft passes Iceland in the south, flies over the south tip of Greenland, around 200 miles later, it turns directly towards KBOS.

 

Thanks

Thomas

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I am not really into but normally you need to check active route called NATS.

So you find your flight plan from EKCH until the first point that enter the nats then follow until the exit point that join near boston.

here an exemple with a current nat:

https://skyvector.com/?ll=57.29329185729231,-8.47441151267178&chart=302&zoom=10&fpl=%20EKCH%20SUNOT%205800N02000W%206000N03000W%206200N04000W%206200N05000W%20NIFTY%20KBOS

Now you have to join from to airport with airways those point in and out.

these are the track

https://pilotweb.nas.faa.gov/common/nat.html

some weather info

http://www.perkins-aviation.ch/weather/NorthAtlantic.html

some info

http://nats.aero/blog/2014/06/north-atlantic-skies-gateway-europe/

 

It's not easy you have to study a little bit and every day those track change.

You have also to do step climb you can't reach the top of cruise you need to climb step by step but the FMC can help you.


 

 

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