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VATSIM Network

VATSIM is the Virtual Air Traffic Simulation network, connecting people from around the world flying online or acting as virtual Air Traffic Controllers. This completely free network allows aviation enthusiasts the ultimate as-real-as-it-gets experience. Air Traffic Control (ATC) is available in our communities throughout the world, operating as close as possible to the real-life procedures and utilising real-life weather, airport and route data. On VATSIM you can join people on the other side of the planet to fly and control, with nothing more than a home computer.

Many flight simulators are supported by our pilot software including Microsoft FSX, FS9/2004, FS2002, XPlane and P3D. Our Air Traffic Control software is provided free, as is training wherever you wish to become a controller. For those that would like to start flying or would like to improve their skills, training is available as well as plenty of resources and guides to help you get started.

Whether you’re new or an experienced flight simmer, VATSIM looks forward to welcoming you to the community and a fantastic hobby. If you wish to join VATSIM, the process is quick and simple. If you wish to know more you can read about the VATSIM network, or have a look at our community forums. As VATSIM is a global flight simulation network, our Region and Divisions around the world have many more websites, resources and community links that you may be interested in.

 

 

 

VATEUR Region

VATSIM is a community of around 200.000 members who share a passion for aviation.  It makes no difference whether you want to be at the controls of the latest airliner, or experience the rush of managing chaotic airspace, VATISM is the place to do just that.VATSIM is made for individuals, so the voice you hear on your headset when on final approach into London Heathrow is an actual person and not a computer generated voice.  In addition, VATSIM is a collection of aviation enthusiasts and you’ll find that people will do whatever they can to help newbies and ensure that all members have fun.  You can also expect your circle of friends to become larger as you meet new people who share the same passion as you.VATEUR consists of 3 distinct sub-divisions which are:

VATEUD – our European Division (http://www.vateud.net)

VATUK – our British Division (http://www.vatsim-uk.co.uk)

VATRUS – our Russian Division (http://vatrus.info)

VATEUR is home to thousands of controllers and even more pilots as well as Virtual Airlines.  Our objective is to provide professional Air Traffic Control while ensuring a fun and friendly environment for all in our airspace.

VATEUR has jurisdiction over the greatest landmass and airspace in the world.  Our territory stretches from Russia in the east to the United Kingdom in the west.  We are very proud to mention that in VATEUR we have a EUROCONTROL Division which in essence is a Single European Sky.  This means that the European airspace is divided into functional blocks according to traffic flow and not national borders which results in easier transition through the airspace once you reach your cruise altitude.

If you want to fly an airliner from Russia to Britain or take a slow and lazy VFR flight in the Mediterranean, or if you want to become an Air Traffic Controller at any one of the busiest airports in the world, VATEUR is your home.

 

Apostolos Damkalis

Region Director,VATSIM Europe

VATSIM.net

VATEUD Division

Dear VATSIM Europe Division member or visitor,
On behalf of the entire VATEUD Staff welcome to the European Division of VATSIM, one of the largest and most active Divisions within the network. VATEUD does not include VATUK or VATRUS, as these are separate divisions under VATEUR. But for all countries inside VATEUD you are more than welcomed.

On this site we have compiled all necessary information for you as a ATCo or as a Pilot,  for you as new member in the VATSIM Network or advanced member.

The main purpose of our Division is to organize and coordinate all virtual Air Traffic Control Centers within Europe, to monitor and manage membership issues as well as ATC and Pilot Training across the Division to ensure that the service provided across the Division is as seamless and similar as possible.

We provide all the necessary training you need, so that you can become a competent Air Traffic Controller inside the VATSIM Europe Division. And for those who prefer to fly in virtual skies we are also providing comprehensive training for VATSIM Pilot.

VATEUD is a complex organization encompassing more than 30 different Countries. Our biggest challenge is to manage such a large group of volunteers with different skills, nationalities and motivation. We try to let them work, learn and above all enjoy this hobby together. Because that is what VATSIM is all about: to enjoy the adventure of flying or as controller in the ATC setup, and furthermore: to have fun together. In this context VATEUD defines as an entity that crosses borders and create one family of VATSIM members inside Europe.

To achieve this I am proud to work a unique team of highly skilled and above all dedicated people, the VATEUD Staff. If you have any questions regarding VATEUD (which might be not answered by this site), please don’t hesitate in drawing me a line via mail.

Best regards,

Florian Harms / VATEUD1
VATSIM Europe Division Director

Moldova vACC

vACC Moldova – is one of the divisions of air traffic simulation network VATSIM. We gladly provide air traffic in the Moldavian virtual sky. Doing our job we aspire to maximum realism of flights and air traffic service, but in the same time having pleasure. If you have a desire and ready to make efforts to become ATC in Moldova, you can join one of the most powerful ATC groups in Europe! And virtual airlines will warmly welcome you! Our web-site gives you everything you need to get closer to the sky……

Requirements for skills and knowledge Politics vACC Moldova with respect to knowledge and skills of managers required to obtain a certain rating, and also the very process of examinations based on the general policy of the VATSIM network, taking into account the features vACC Moldova.

VATSIM policy outlined in the document “The general policy in respect of dispatchingVATSIM ratings (English + Russian).”Requirements for traffic control ratings(competencies of managers) are described in Appendix A (rus) to the “general policiesin respect of dispatching VATSIM rating.

Requirements for skills and knowledge to each dispatch rated vACC in Moldova, along with links to the required documents are included on separate pages according to therating.

Macedonia vACC

Vatsim Bulgaria, an Official Division of ROvACC Vatism Romania

Macedonia vACC

vACC FYR Macedonia is currently unofficial within the VATEUD community. If you are interested in developing this vACC, please contact ACCMAC1 below for more information.

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We love things does with love, diferents and we like to flight from airport and arrives in another with his local touches where expect real and diferent intensive feelings. For this reason we intent to not repeat element in our scenery and wish to be unique, for theis reasons our developments cost us much to finish it. For this reason we performed our skils in 3D modeling, 3D texturing and positioned us important X-Plane developer. Take a look of to get greats moments in all our X-Plane sceneries .

We are open to any local administrations, collaborations, institutes, schools, aviation learning centers, for news developments. If you are interested you can contact us at: Support

Barlad , RO

+4 0747 383 071

info@rovacc.ro

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