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  1. Ever since this section was announced, I wanted this leg. After all, how many times do you get to fly a large aircraft into London City? Anyway, on to the story! The plan was simple. Train to Heuston, bus to the airport, flight to East Midlands, bus to Nottingham, train to London St. Pancras, Eurostar to Brussels and finally another train to the airport. Simple? To me, yes. When I got word that Joe had landed at Brussels, I set off on my extended journey. Of course, flying Aer Lingus to Brussels would save about 2 days, but where is the fun? And anyway, I had to find an aircraft. L
  2. The Baton was finally in my grubby hands again after a quick meeting with Marcellus. I felt really sorry for him ending up second after Sharon, but what can you do, that lady knows how to fly! After my arrival in Cilacap on Java I had followed the challenge closely while making my way to Brazil to enjoy a few matches in the world cup, and once I got word of the problems my fellow pilots were having with forces from an unknown source I had started to make my plans for this leg. After some research in Brazil I had managed to find a plane that I had hoped would keep me out of trouble. Not onl
  3. Greetings all adventurers. With Section 5 done and dusted it's time to set our sights on the African continent in section 6, although we will be heading to a few European airports too.. This time the departure board is only half as long as the previous two sections, so I hope we will populate the 8 flights in a fairly short space of time, and once we are done with this section we will be on the home stretch of this Around the World Challenge. The bidding window for Section 6 will open at 09:00 UTC on Sunday the 8th of June. As usual only bids sent to atwc@mutleyshangar.com
  4. Greeting all member. With John Guest bringing Section 3 to a close a few days ago with his flight in to Kaitaia it's now time to announce section 4 of the fifth ATWC, and it's a long one. The section is split into 15 legs taking us across New Zealand, Australia and then ends in Port Moresby, Papau New Guinea, covering just shy of 4 900 nm if you fly direct between the airports (The massive departure board can be found at the end of this post). Looking back at the previous sections our European members have had a slight advantage in the bidding process, considering all bidding windo
  5. Greetings all pilots With the second section finished and the Baton waiting for further transport out of Santiago, Chile, it's now time to let the cat out of the bag and announce Section 3. Below is the list of all of the seven legs that will take us over the Pacific Ocean ending with landfall in the northern parts of New Zeeland. The bidding window for Section 3 will open on the 3rd of December at 18:00 UTC, and as usual only "bids" sent to atwc@mutleyshangar.com after the bidding window opens will be considered when assigning flights. The window remains open until all flights ha
  6. Welcome to the 5th edition of Mutley's Hangar Around The World Challenge, or ATWC 5. Do you love flying your Flight sim, but are stuck flying to the same destinations time and time again? Want to join in a group activity for your favourite Flight Sim, but feel that other rallies are too strict and/or time consuming for your taste? Do you enjoy telling a story of your flight, and publishing screenshots to enhance the story? If the answer is yes to at least one of the above questions then the ATWC 5 is the challenge you've been waiting for! Bid, Fly and Post, it's as simple as that. The AT
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