Author Topic: February 2017 Award Winners  (Read 1662 times)

Chris Liu

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February 2017 Award Winners
« on: Tue 28 Feb 2017, 22:59 »
Most hours logged during February:
1st Frank Herter, 1523 ( 25 )
2nd Jason Baxter, 1530 ( 18.8 )
3rd Anthony Volkmann, 1541 ( 14.7 )

Most online hours logged during February:

1st Jason Baxter, 1530 ( 18.8 )
2nd Keith Giannoni, 1101 ( 12.9 )
3rd Benjamin Hall, 1007 ( 10.1 )

Congratulations to all of Februarys award winners! And as always, thanks to everyone whos logged flights this month.

Pilot awards earned during February

Logged 5 Hours - Anthony Latham ( 1538 )
Jetstream 41 Line Pilot - Anthony Latham ( 1538 )
Logged 50 Hours - Rob Mooring ( 1501 )
Flown 20 Flights - Juha-Pekka Hiltunen ( 1428 )
Flown 5 Flights - Anthony Latham ( 1538 )
Visited 10 Airports - Nick Klissiaris ( 1413 )
Visited 20 Airports - Frank Herter ( 1523 )
Logged 10 Hours - Anthony Latham ( 1538 )
Visited 5 Airports - Anthony Latham ( 1538 )
Logged 5 Hours - Anthony Volkmann ( 1541 )
A32S Line Pilot - Anthony Volkmann ( 1541 )
Visited 10 Airports - Gary Langlois ( 1505 )
Flown 5 Flights - Anthony Volkmann ( 1541 )
Visited 5 Airports - Anthony Volkmann ( 1541 )
Logged 10 Hours - Anthony Volkmann ( 1541 )
Visited 20 Airports - Jason Baxter ( 1530 )
Logged 500 IVAO Hours - Keith Giannoni ( 1101 )

Jason Baxter

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Re: February 2017 Award Winners
« Reply #1 on: Wed 01 Mar 2017, 22:38 »
Personally, I would like to thank the Academy, EASA and of course crew-scheduling. No one is better at squeezing every drop of blood out of the stone as you guys. (I schedule and dispatch in real life so I can make that joke)  ;)

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Re: February 2017 Award Winners
« Reply #2 on: Thu 02 Mar 2017, 10:07 »
I suspect my scheduling is even tougher than reality sometimes!

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Re: February 2017 Award Winners
« Reply #3 on: Thu 02 Mar 2017, 19:17 »
I work in the US. We do on demand charter 200 flights a day with 50-60 airplanes. Given that are clients are always late (and why not, its 'their' airplane they think) Our already tight schedule becomes impossible. At least you guys can close doors and drive off!