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Mutley's Hangar Announce MEBAR 2012
mutley posted a topic in News and Press ReleasesMutley’s Hangar is proud to announce the Mutley’s Easter Bunny Air Rally 2012. “MEBAR 2012″ is the next stage in the Great Air Rallies Grand Prix series conceived by Bluegrass Airlines. The rally will be held over the Easter holiday period (hence its name!) commencing on the 1st of April 2012 and finishing on the 15th April 201, a dedicated web site opens on the 17th March for Pilot registrations. MEBAR will provide an event for flight simulation pilots of all skill levels, from the novice to the more experienced pilots, to test their flight and navigation skills. The flights involve eithe
Isle of Man
mutley posted a topic in 2012 ScreenshotsReady for the off, at Ronaldsway, Isle of Man
More Q&A's about MEBAR
mutley posted a topic in 2012 General Chat - Q&A'sQ. How many times can I Enter? A. As many times as you like, so long as the pilot name and aircraft type is different. Q. What aircraft can I fly? A. Any piston or turbo prop with a cruising speed (Not maximum) of no more than 250kts. Q. How are my target times calculated? A. There is a test flight you must fly over a designated course prior to registration. From your entry time we caclulate your test time for each flight, however, 2 of the flights will not have the target time published, you will complete them at your own pace from previous flight experience. Q. How do I set my flight u
What is MEBAR?
mutley posted a topic in 2012 General Chat - Q&A'sMEBAR stands for Mutley's Easter Bunny Air Rally. It is an annual event to test a pilots navigational skills against a test flight reference time. MEBAR consists of 5 Legs around the UK taking in England, Scotland, Isle of Man, Eire and Wales, starting and ending at at Shoreham Airport. There's a Test Flight to be completed prior to registration, to establish your aircraft type and cruising speed. MEBAR is a fun event, we'll be keeping it simple by asking you to select either a single or twin prop aircraft. The MEBAR will provide an event for flight simulation pilots of all skill levels,