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Indeed.. we try to pay well for dedicated service!. lol.

Speaking of which have to build some more hours awards as well as # of flight awards for the pilots.  (Currently have up to 1000 hours and 1000 flights awards but will build more of these awards too!!. (next week!): certainly have to keep the hard working pilots decorated!!)

N

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Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: October 26, 2019, 10:45:08 PM »
Tour MFC0003 - Completed on date by Pilot: R Heitzman, Pilot #MFCMFC0114

Which tours are required for the new members?


Which tour for new? or all?.  Don't quite know what you mean but here is my explanation of what I'm doing at MFC.

MFC0001 through MFC0010 are "free range" if that's a term. (They are departure to destination type flights with option to stop at the via location and, in reality, could be flown in any order - but are meant to be flown in order as each new tour is a progressive succession of the previous.

Tours 1 through 10 are the prerequisites so to speak. Tour 11 won't be open until a pilot has flown Tours 1 through 10 then starting at tour 11 each following excursions have to be flown in order as each makes up a part of a continuous world tour of sorts (if that makes any sense!). Also starting at tour MFC0011 stop-overs or intermediate stops become the norm within in the flight legs.(Have to refer to the FP naming and/or the tour documentation/details for the mid-stop location(s).

So really make up a continuous journey into rugged scenery, Orbx territory and of course RTMM scenery.
(Tours MFC0001 through MFC0038 contain a total of 486 successive tour flight legs. (Not including two Christmas tours).

At present I am currently designing tour MFC0039 (for April 2020) which be starting on leg 487. So there is lots of tour legs to fly and lots of area to explore.

(And to keep pilots flying a variety of material, there also is 715 single flights to most of RTMM locations that can also be flown).   

Hope that might be a helpful answer to the question?

Aye Bob, your completion of  MFC0003 Ketchikan Sea Base Ops is in the books and the award shows as one of your pilot's ribbons.

Norm

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Done: Looks like this: (Now if were paying you would et the pay rate as per the defined! (lol)

         Level:                  Min Hours      Pay Rate   Total Pilots at level
Misty Bush Pilot Level 1    0       $20/hr    68    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 2    25       $25/hr    13    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 3    50       $30/hr    13    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 4    100       $35/hr    6    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 5    200       $40/hr    6    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 6    300       $45/hr    4    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 7    400       $50/hr    2    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 8    500       $55/hr    1    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 9    600       $60/hr    0    
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Misty Bush Pilot Level 10    700       $65/hr    0     (New Level Added today)
Misty Bush Pilot Level 11    800       $70/hr    0     (New Level Added today)    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 12    900       $75/hr    0     (New Level Added today)    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 13    1000    $80/hr    0     (New Level Added today)    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 14    1500    $90/hr    0     (New Level Added today)    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 15    2000    $95/hr    0     (New Level Added today)    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 16    2500    $100/hr    0     (New Level Added today)    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 17    3000    $105/hr    0     (New Level Added today)    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 18    3500    $110/hr    0     (New Level Added today)    
Misty Bush Pilot Level 19    4000    $115/hr    0      (New Level Added today)   
Misty Bush Pilot Level 20+  5000    $120/hr    0     (New Level Added today)
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(Level 20 is the max level.= after reaching 5000 hours and over!) cause we ain't paying any more than $120/hr for an experienced captain up here!.  - But the Level Badges from 11 through 20 are platinum so they are worth much more!!!!

Norm

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Screenshots / Re: Trick or Treat...tis the season!
« on: October 26, 2019, 07:57:01 AM »
Amazing videography Robert! Great job creating this "Halloween" video!!

Norm

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Level niner! Great Danny. But hmmm, I guess I'll have to make some more levels as I only created 9 when we started MFC!! Now we're running out of levels for you!. Will work on creating more levels so you have some room to carry-on! lol

Norm

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Opening Nov. 01, 2019 > MFC0035 Island Hopping BC Style (Victoria to Port Hardy)

Norm

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hello Guys,
 MFC0015 is finish for me...
Super scenery  Amaising

Best regards
Patrick

Yup, see it Patrick. Please refer to the MFC Tour Completions Forum:
https://forum.mistymoorings.com/index.php?topic=3786.690

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Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: October 25, 2019, 07:56:32 AM »
Tour MFC0004-Completed on 25/10/2019

Pilot Per E /MFC0113


Indeed Per - I see it and nice landings in your Cessna 140! (I actually do view the logs too!). The award for your MFC0004 Misty Air Service Floats trip has been added to your pilot's profile.

Norm

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Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: October 25, 2019, 07:49:07 AM »
I see you have posted my completed mission, sorry for reporting so late.  Glad to see you've been on top of things. Thanks.

Tour MFC0011 completed on 2019-10-14, tour MFC0012 completed on 2019-10-20, and tour MFC0013 completed on 2019-10-23 by Alan G pilot# MFC0083.

Many times I find the leg altitudes are much too high to see the add-on sceneries, so I fly them lower.  I hope this isn't a problem.
Safe landings,
Alan

We have the actual awards issuing at MFC system generated and they have been for a while now. A small report of the latest award issued is also created at MFC. I refer to this report most everyday and copy the latest award issuances from that report to the RTMM post here in this forum so all can see it. By month's end, there is the full list of the awards issued.  (Shortly after MFC started I started this process so all can refer to a complete award listing for each month/year here in this forum). So you're covered!! lol.

Now that altitude that is reflected in the Flight legs - Is the VFR directional recommended cruising altitude
by RULE in the US and Canada. (If we were truly flying VFR and over 3000, we are governed by the rule)

Which state: 

VFR cruising altitude rules in the US and Canada:
On a magnetic course of 0-179 degrees shall fly at an odd thousand ft MSL altitude +500 feet (e.g., 3,500, 5,500, or 7,500 ft); or. On a magnetic course of 180-359 degrees shall fly at an even thousand ft MSL altitude +500 feet (e.g., 4,500, 6,500, or 8,500 ft).

That is the reasoning for the flight altitude values on the flight legs and MFC-system flight plans.
Additionally on the MFC single flight legs, which are the RTMM Flight plans defined in the MFC system, they reflect both the directed VFR cruising altitude plus a "route-safe" altitude. (Route safe altitude being a "safe" altitude for the terrain if you follow the flight plan). 

Now saying all of the above, there are us "Bush" pilots that fly with hands ON the aircraft (no autopilot) hence can fly at any altitude that "clears" or navigates the terrain, and can see all of the scenery better cause you're right on it!!!! And hopefully safe landings!!

Hope this makes sense for all.

Now to your awards, All have been issued and recorded. Nice job. And it is also nice to show them here once in a while as it took much time to create each one of them!! lol

So Alan - Here is your latest awards:
MFC0011 Tongass National Forest Exploration
MFC0012 TF Docks-Ketchikan to Wrangell
MFC0013 Tongass PTF AI Helicopter Stations Wrangell

Norm

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Screenshots / Re: Petersburg Exploration
« on: October 22, 2019, 05:40:59 PM »
Cool pics in that Icon A5!. Thanks Vincent.  That NAC Base never looked so good!

Norm

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Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: October 22, 2019, 02:21:09 PM »
Hi Misty Team,
MFC0015 SIRP Petersburg Exploration done
What a pleasure to fly over these magical glaciers and other valleys of this magnificent Alaska.
Thank you again for your great job
See you soon   8)

Thanks Vincent. Fun to create the trips. The award for your tour MFC0015 completion into the SIRP has been added to your pilot's page. Nice pics too Vincent. Well done.

Norm

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Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: October 21, 2019, 07:49:53 PM »
Indeed sir Rizk.. if you refer to the last 6 or so pages you'll see the MFC monthly awards listing.
In addition to your mentions you also received the award for reaching 30 Flights at MFC on 2019-08-28 which shows in the August MFC award listing.  Nice work.

Norm

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Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: October 18, 2019, 06:27:44 PM »
Tour MFC0002 - Completed on date by Pilot: R Heitzman, Pilot #MFC0114

Indeed sir Robert.. acknowledged and the tour award for the MFC0002 Misty Hub Excursion completion has been added to your pilot's page. Nice job in your C185.

Norm.

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Hmmm Ok Thomas.. thanks for the info. Seems we are getting small comms errors but still able to file ok. 
Will take a look and will forward to Henry. 

Norm

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Misty Flying Club and Multi Player / Re: MFC Tour Completions
« on: October 15, 2019, 09:36:39 AM »
Tour MFC0011 Tongass National Forest Exploration - Completed on 10/14/19 by  Alan Goodrich, Pilot #MFC0083.

Indeed Alan - your MFC0011 Tongass National Forest Exploration completion is in the books and the award for the trip has been added to your pilot's profile.  Nice work.

Norm

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