Canadian Virtual Airlines

Flight CVA5633

  • Submitted By: Jean-Claude RollĂ©
  • Departure Airport: Newark International Airport (KEWR)
  • Arrival Airport: Montreal / Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport, Que (CYUL)
  • Aircraft: B767-300 (C-FOCA)
  • Flight Time: 01.53.19
  • Date Submitted: 08/20/2010
  • Route: EWR8 COATE V126 LHY V153 GGT SYR J29 PLB PLB6
  • Status: Accepted
Flight Details
Gross Revenue:
(250 load / $ 307.50 per unit
$ 76, 875.00
Fuel Cost:
(32906 fuel used @ 1 / unit)
$ 32, 906.00

Additional Log Information:

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[19:35] - Project Opensky - Boeing 767-300ER CVA08 WV
[19:35] - Flight CVA5633 is ready to depart KEWR with a final destination of CYUL.
[19:35] - Simulator Paused
[19:35] - Parking Brake Applied
[19:36] - Simulator Un-Paused
[19:36] - Boarding
[19:40] - Parking Brake Released
[19:40] - Pushing Back from the gate
[19:46] - Taxiing to Runway
[20:01] - Taking Off with 250 passengers on board
[20:01] - Take off at 163kts, with a pitch of -8deg and 60508lbs of fuel on board
[20:01] - AutoPilot Engaged at 227AGL
[20:01] - Climbing to TOC
[20:02] - Gear up at 1920AGL
[20:13] - TOC reached
[20:13] - Cruise started
[20:49] - TOD reached
[20:49] - Descending to destination
[20:50] - Simulator Paused
[21:20] - Simulator Un-Paused
[21:27] - Landing Shortly
[21:33] - Gear down at 2950AGL
[21:37] - AutoPilot Disengaged at 1250AGL
[21:37] - AutoPilot Engaged at 1886AGL
[21:38] - AutoPilot Disengaged at 2238AGL
[21:38] - AutoPilot Engaged at 2142AGL
[21:39] - AutoPilot Disengaged at 1830AGL
[21:39] - AutoPilot Engaged at 1824AGL
[21:39] - Gear up at 1765AGL
[21:52] - Gear down at 2940AGL
[21:54] - AutoPilot Disengaged at 177AGL
[21:54] - Landed at -458fpm. With 32003lbs of fuel onboard and a pitch angle of 0deg.
[21:55] - Taxiing to Gate
[21:59] - Parking Brake Applied
[21:59] - Arrived safely at CYUL. We hope you enjoyed your flight!
[21:59] - Simulator Paused
[21:59] - Project Opensky - Boeing 767-300ER CVA08 WV
[21:59] - MaxSim Rate: 1x
[21:59] - ver 1.0.1.1

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Jean-Claude Rollé one missed approach

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