vACC Solo rating training 

A controller without a specific rating for the position they controls can only open the stations that are in the table below or any other lower position for which they are approved.

Surname & NameVATSIM CIDVATSIM RatingApproved PositionApproval Expiring
Approved by
Albert Patran1617890S1LROP_TWR2023-02-011364858
Dumitru Andrei1596477S2LROP_APP2023-02-041364858
Matei Iancu1421413S1LROP_GND2023-02-051364858
Elisei Soltuzu1489978S1LROP_GND2023-02-061364858
Ichim Matteo1601400S1LROP_TWR2023-02-181364858
Horea Duhanes1608903S1LROP_GND2023-02-161364858
Patrick Lechsner1649717S1LROP_GND2023-02-211364858
Bence Mare1628075S1LROP_GND2023-02-211464858
Rafael Vlad1615805S1LROP_GND2023-02-271364858
Eric Rübl1428586S1LROP_GND2023-03-011364858
Mihnea Frigea1656194S1LROP_GND2023-03-281364858

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