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    Old time VA CEO, from back in the days before moving parts in MSFS. Anyone remember AOL's FSRC?
  1. ckyliu, exactly, I agree 100%. And I do still use the old SATA FS ACARS myself just so I don't have to do a lot of writing down of starting fuel, etc. It takes less than a minute and I'm back to readying for a flight. For a while that's what Air Fresno used and the pilots just emailed me the finished flight reports. It was easy.
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    What flight models are you wanting? I haven't painted a plane for FS in maybe 3 years so not sure I'm the guy for the job, but knowing which models you want would be nice to know first.
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    VA's that allow time compression?

    Allowed but with a max of 10 hours logged every 7 days. Pete McKay, CEO Air Fresno Regional
  4. I've been doing this VA thing since 1997, for my own airline and a few others. Other than for a VSWA I flew for about 4 years ago I never used time compression, or bared its use in my own short haul regional airline. There's a lot of things that gripe me about VA's that came about the last 5-6 years, it's one reason now that I don't active pursue recruiting for my own. Besides the time compression deal I've never been big on entrance exams, strict FAR rule flying or complicated ACARS. My experience has been I want to fly for fun, not as a job as many have already voiced. And I really don't want to spend 10 minutes or so logging onto a website or launching some program, just let me file an in program flight plan and let me go. That's one of the reasons I liked flying for VSWA (I know there's several), they were simple and had a simple drop down menu PiRep system. And as much as I DISLIKE RWA's I did like how they operate, no online requirement, no ACARS. I guess that makes makes me really old school but I really don't care. I still fly FS9 and love it 10 years later. Pete McKay, CEO Air Fresno Regional