VATPAC has teamed up with Indonesia vACC to provide a major event in Bali! It's time to get your Bali scenery out with full ATC available between 0800-1100Z on Saturday 20th January.
About Panic Stations
The idea is devilishly simple. Get as many aircraft as possible to try and arrive at a destination airport, touching down at the same time.
It's up to ATC to sort it out and ensure correct procedures and separation standards are adhered to at all times. The first jet and non-jet aircraft to touch down at/after the target time enjoy bragging rights....until the next Panic Stations.
Pilots can expect non-standard arrivals, plenty of holding and/or speed restrictions. Controllers can expect to work hard, often in non-standard or non-radar positions. It is an extremely satisfying experience as a controller sitting back after a Panic Stations event having adhered to published standards and procedures at all times.
Full details, pilot briefing and charts available at https://panic.vatpac.org/
Charts for Bali are available via the RAAF.gov site.
Arrive at WADD at 1000z from anywhere.
Expect delays as everyone else will try to arrive at 1000z
First pilot to arrive after 1000z wins.
Arrivals before 1000z don't win.
YPDN - WADD
DN J61 JULIE UQ320 VIROB UQ200 KILIK A458 KPG W33 BLI
WIII - WADD
HLM G461 SBR W33 BLI
YPPH - WADD
PH DCT AVNEX DCT ESDEG Q587 METUM R592 BLI
WSSS - WADD
SURGA M635 BLI