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|06/12/2014||DVA Flight Schedule Updated||Terry Eshenour|
|The DVA flight schedule is updated quarterly. The most recent update valid for the next 18 months occurred June 12, 2014. The update includes true codeshare flights. Airlines frequently change schedules. Our schedule is dynamic with daily updates. Check the schedule before each flight to insure that the flight is on our schedule.|
|05/25/2014||Staff Changes in Airbus programs||Sterling Widmer|
|Mark Springsteen has made his way back to the A330 program as the Chief Pilot. Mark was the first CP in the then new A330 program at DVA over 3 years ago and is now back. Welcome Home Mark!
Jeremy Jurman has accepted the position of A320 Chief Pilot. We are excited to work more closely with Jeremy in this position.
|05/14/2014||Flight Academy Updates||Scott Clarke|
|We are pleased to announce some new and exciting appointments at the Delta Virtual Airlines Flight Academy. Chris Hannigan will remain as Director of the Delta Virtual Airlines Flight Academy. Jim Warner and Michael Brown will return to the positions of flight instructor. The support staff, to help develop new training programs, VATSIM approved P-rating programs and new training courses and events are George Lewis-IT Department, Sean Zarella-Technical writer for manuals/programs and video production. Daniel Hodnik and Dean Schultz are on board as ATC advisers to keep us up to date on ATC changes. Andrew Logan and Charles Carter, as professional pilots, will be advising the flight academy on real world commercial aviation. Welcome to them all and we thank them all for working with us.
On the Air France/KLM Virtual Airlines side, Karem Yogurtcugil is Director Air France/KLM Virtual Airlines Flight Academy with James Lightbody as instructor.
We have renewed and posted on the VATSIM Pilot Training ATO page, the combined name of Air France/KLM Virtual Airlines-Delta Virtual Airlines and our logo. We have updated the page to reflect our new logo presentations for both virtual airlines, which are part of the Global Virtual Airlines Group. The new Pilot Training Department (PTD) Web Application is available for more information at http://ptd.vatsim.net .
With all of the work that Michael Brown and Chris Hannigan have already done, our group is hard at work to complete the Advanced VFR Pilot course that will meet all of the requirements needed to award the VATSIM P3 rating.
New and exciting programs are coming!
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|05/12/2014||Michael Brown Steps Down as VP Training; Scott Clarke Returns||Terry Eshenour|
|Michael Brown reluctantly resigned Vice President Training role because of real world time constraints. Michael will continue as a Flight Academy Instructor. We are grateful for his many contributions including streamlining exams, creating several core training videos, and starting the next level of VATSIM coursework, the P-3. He and his organization assisted AFV/KLM, our sister airline, with their flight academy.
Scott Clarke returns to the Flight Academy to take over the training role. He returns energized and with a bundle of ideas. Be on the lookout for more news from Scott on his organization and plans for the future.
Please reach out to Michael and Scott. They are dedicated volunteers making a difference to our airline. Both deserve standing ovations for their commitment and accomplishments past and future.
|05/05/2014||Bob Donovan Appointed Editor Delta FLY!||Terry Eshenour|
|It is my pleasure to announce that Bob Donovan was appointed to the staff position of Editor Delta FLY! magazine. Bob has extensive aviation (real world and virtual) knowledge and experience that he can draw on to publish our magazine.|
|Delta Virtual Airlines WELCOMES OUR NEWEST PILOTS|
|DVA12279||First Officer Will Pennington (A320)|
|DVA12278||First Officer Goncalo Gomes (B737-800)|
|DVA12277||First Officer Ed Vincent (B737-800)|
|DVA12276||First Officer Chris Shetzler (B737-800)|
|DVA12275||First Officer John Clifton (A320)|
|DVA12274||First Officer Ian Russman (CRJ-200)|
|DVA12273||First Officer Wesley Chin (B737-800)|
|DVA12272||First Officer Travis Knight (EMB-120)|
|DVA12271||First Officer Dustin Boucher (B737-800)|
|DVA12270||First Officer Colin Whelan (B737-800)|
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