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  1. [25th Nov 14-21z] Bridge Between Continents

    What happened to the image? Happened to this post too.
  2. [Wed 8th of Nov 1930-2100z] EKCH_APP S3 checkout

    Well done Ricky!
  3. Suggestion for new graphic profile / logo

    I like
  4. [11th Nov 14-17z] BIKF_TWR S2 CPT

    I can't make it for 14z as I have an exam coming up but I can stay online on BIRD until 14z to attract traffic. I'll book on TAS EDIT: Good luck!
  5. Event suggestions

    Saw Worldflight 2017 ad go up on the main vatsim forum: https://forums.vatsim.net/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=75007 For VATSCA, we have: 8th Nov | 1645-1915z | CYYR > BGSF 8th Nov | 2005-2215z | BGSF > BIKF 8th Nov | 2305-0125z | BIKF > EGPD 9th Nov | 0215-0420z | EGPD > ESSA 9th Nov | 0510-0730z | ESSA > LOWI As usual, they're calling for external volunteers to step in if local ATC is not online.
  6. [25th Oct 17-20z] BIKF_APP S3 CPT

    Congrats Kobi!
  7. Appointment Training Director [ACCSCA2]

    Congratulations Håvard and thank you again Kristian.
  8. [1 Oct, 16-20z] Keflavík Overload

    One week to go Bring your friends to BIKF next Sunday.
  9. [Thu 21st Sep 17-20z] S2 CPT EFHK_TWR

  10. Cross the Pond Eastbound 2017 application

    This is going to be interesting...
  11. Arlanda is in the worldflight 2017

    Keflavik (BIKF) and Kangerlussuaq (BGSF) are also in Worldflight this year... hope to see lots of VATSCA controllers helping us out in Iceland and Greenland so we don't need to bring in those ATC outsiders Around 1600-1900z for Greenland and 2000-0200z for Iceland.
  12. Cross the Pond Eastbound 2017 application

    Well, I voted Oslo
  13. [Wed 13th Sep 14-16z] BIKF_TWR training

    I'll take BIRD_CTR 11-13z to attract traffic
  14. Improved & Portable Euroscope

    That made my day
  15. NAX or IBK ?

    Thanks Axel. I did some googling and I think it's something to do with European Union (EU) rules that if you are an EU airline you can fly from any point in the EU to any other point without registering an airline in every EU country. As Norway is not part of the EU, Norwegian had to pick an EU country to base its 'EU airline'; they picked Ireland (taxes probably ). This airline is IBK = 'Nordtrans'. They can then use IBK to fly point-to-point from anywhere in the EU without having to register additional bases; whereas if they used NAX they would have to get the aircraft to return to a Nordic base at the end of the day (Nordic Council). Just the lawyer in me trying to get the details right