|Your team can consist of up to four people. Only one person, the team responsible, has to register the team and only he/she will be contacted if necessary. As a team responsible it is your responsibility to relay communication from the event organisers to your team members. In case you are looking for people to form a team with, we advise to communicate your request in the comment section of the event announcement forum topic.|
|The registration deadline is Saturday 8 December 2018, 1100z. Late registrations will not be processed anymore. Joining the event without registration is allowed ofcourse, but in that case you can't participate to the contest.|
|If a team name is registered already, you cannot use it again to register a different team.|
|Due to airport limitations aircraft with Aerodrome Reference Code F cannot be registered for this event.|
|The form asks for your flight identification for the first leg. The identification has to consist of the 3 letter ICAO code representing the airline followed by a minimum of one and a maximum of four alphanumerical characters. The last character has to be 'A'. For the second leg the identification will be the same, but 'A' will be replaced by 'B'. Similarly for the third and fourth leg the last character will be respectively 'C' and 'D'.
Example: RYR63HA, RYR63HB, RYR63HC, RYR63HD
|If an identification is registered already, you cannot use it again as identification for a different team.|
|Changes to the registration details of a team can only be made by the team responsible. In that case you should submit the form again with the updated information. Your previous registration(s) will be removed and only the most recent one will be valid. Changes are only valid if the updated registration adheres to all the rules mentioned on this page. If you want to remove your team from the list the team responsible should contact the BeLux Event Department.|
|You need to be registered in order to participate in the contest.|
|You can only belong to one team.|
|Participating teams will be categorised (see details below). In each category there will be one winning team. The winning team in each category is the team that gets on the ground in Lisbon in the shortest travel time from all teams in that category. The travel time will be calculated as the time frame between the Actual Take-Off Time (ATOT) in Amsterdam and the Actual Landing Time (ALDT) in Lisbon. In case of an ex-aequo the team with the earliest ALDT in Lisbon wins.|
|The times will be logged for you, so there is no need to report them afterwards. Before disconnecting after a flight, please remain stationary at your assigned parking stand for at least five minutes.|
|Your Actual Take-Off Time in Amsterdam has to be between 13z and 15z.|
|Every team member has to do one flight at least. Every of the four flights needs to be flown by at least one team member.|
|The take-off roll for the next flight can only start if the pilot from the previous flight has vacated the landing runway.
Example: if you are flying the second leg (EBCI-LFLL), you can only start the take-off roll if the pilot from your team that is flying the first leg (EHAM-EBCI) has vacated the landing runway in Charleroi.
|Every team member shall operate its flight(s) with the same aircraft type, according to the ICAO code specified by the team responsible in the registration form.|
|Flights shall be operated as GAT in the subsonic regime.|
|Flights shall be flown with the identification specified by the team responsible in the registration form. Keep in mind that you need to change the last character for the last three flights.|
|Flightplans shall be filed either in accordance with the routes published in the event announcement or either according to other IFPUV validated routes. ATC can deviate from these to optimise the flow.|
|Only real time and real weather is allowed, either from the IVAO weather server or from an external weather depiction software. Time acceleration is absolutely forbidden.|
|All teams will be categorised based on the cruise performance of the specified aircraft type. The main reference for this cruise performance will be the Eurocontrol Aircraft Performance Database.
|Local procedures are to be followed, just like you should do on any other flight on the network.|
|Air traffic safety, realism, fun and an interesting experience are the main goals for this event. Under no circumstances must these be traded off for shorter travel time. Team members doing so or showing an unfair behaviour in general may result in punishment time added to the travel time or even the complete team being excluded from the contest.|
|Team||Member 1||Member 2||Member 3||Member 4||Aircraft||Identification||Category|
|Slovak Air Company||241154||421117||221330||NA||A319||SAC251A||2|