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Events / [7/30/2022 2300z to 0300z] Wildness in Waikiki
« on: July 15, 2022, 10:32:13 PM »

While July may not be the busiest season in Oahu, the island is still hopping! Come to Honolulu for a crazy fun night on the Waikiki beach!

Events / 8/7/2022 2000z to 0430z] Island to Coast
« on: July 15, 2022, 09:46:50 PM »
Flights departing Honolulu for the first 3 hours then arriving in Vancouver in the last 3 hours. Come fly from the island to the coast!
Preferred routing is
-YVR in East Ops - MKK4 APACK R463 AUNTI A332 HELOP ZAGER 4300N/13500W 4600N/13000W SHARI PEKAA RAGIT6
-YVR in West Ops - MKK4 APACK R463 AUNTI A332 HELOP ZAGER 4300N/13500W 4600N/13000W SHARI PEKAA SHARK2


Please join the Pacific Control Facility for our 4th annual Ending The Year In Paradise. As the weather starts to get chilly in much of the United States, Hawaii remains a tropical paradise. This makes it the perfect place for a holiday getaway! Our controllers will be staffing 5 airports throughout Hawaii, providing ample opportunity for pilots to see a new island! We encourage pilots to fly across the islands or from the mainland to some of our smaller fields. This is the best way to avoid metering procedures in effect at PHNL and PHOG!

Pilot Briefing is now available!!


As fall begins to turn to winter in most of the United States, it's still in the mid 80's in Hawaii. Come join us for a Beach Day to enjoy this beautiful weather and escape the beginning of winter for many of us! We will be staffing PHNL, PHOG, and PHTO for you to ferry your passengers to the beach.

Events / [May 23rd 2359z-0400z] Anchor The Horse Crossfire
« on: April 30, 2021, 12:51:39 AM »

Pacific Control Facility and Virtual Edmonton FIR Present Anchor The Horse Crossfire

Channel your inner Buffalo Joe to ferry cargo and passengers around northern Canada, or explore Anchorage before the sun sets at 11 pm local time. Fly VFR around Whitehorse to explore the beautiful sights, or commemorate the 25th running of the Yukon Quest Dog Sled Race. Fly low and slow around Anchorage for breathtaking views of the glaciers and mountains to the southeast. We look forward to welcoming all IFR and VFR traffic to the area on May 23rd. See you in the skies!

General Discussion / Re: Installing ARTCC Files
« on: April 13, 2021, 03:24:31 PM »
If you're using VRC, it shouldn't matter where you put the files as long as you tell VRC where they are. For example, most people will tell you to put them in the VRC/Documents folder, but I'm too lazy to move them so I just leave them in my Downloads folder and tell VRC that's where they are. In the screenshot I attached you can see what mine looks like. All you really have to do is unzip whatever package the files are in so that you can select each individual file. I know VRC can be a pain at the start, so let me know if that doesn't make sense or you have any other questions!

Events / Re: [April 12th, 2359z-0300z] Blow your Tax Refund in Vegas
« on: March 10, 2021, 09:40:12 PM »
Enrico, I think you posted this on the calendar for the wrong date.

Events / Re: [March 5th 2021 2345Z-0400Z] The East vs West Dynamic FNO
« on: February 28, 2021, 07:21:51 PM »
It sounds like your saying everyone has to fly either STL-MCI or STL-MCI. This sounds like a disaster in the making.
The last statement says in bold "*In the interest of avoiding lengthy ground delays, ZKC asks that participants limit flights between STL and MCI airports. The purpose of this event is for the airport pair to compete against one another for traffic volume."
It appears they just want to see which airport will receive more traffic.

Events / Re: Cross the Pacific Eastbound 2021
« on: February 13, 2021, 02:07:41 PM »
...Depart Asia in the morning, and reach the West Coast of the United States by the evening...

Jut double-checking on the event description... Using Time and Date . com (, 0900Z would be 6:00 p.m. local in Tokyo, rather than morning. Estimating a 10-hour flight, that would put us in San Francisco at 12 noon, rather than evening.

That's correct. It would be a morning departure by U.S. time, with the first departure going out around 0900 zulu. A 10 hour flight would put them in SFO at 1900Z, or 1400 Eastern. The last arrival will arrive before 2300Z, or 1800 Eastern. Sorry, the times can get a bit confusing with so many different time zones to consider.


From 24-hours of darkness to 74 inches of snow a year, Pacific Control Facility presents Never Enough Snow in Alaska. Come join us on March 12th 2359-0400z featuring Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (PANC), Fairbanks International Airport (PAFA), and Juneau Internation Airport (PAJN). As always, we encourage traffic to enjoy the minor airports that will be staffed, as well as many others in the airspace! Come from the many uncontrolled airports and we will see you then!

The Pilot Briefing is now available!! We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!

News / Re: PCF has a new Events Coordinator
« on: February 09, 2021, 06:24:33 AM »
Thank you everyone! Looking forward to working with all of you!

Events / Re: [29 May 2021 2300-0300z] Honk! v2: Electric Honk-alooo
« on: February 09, 2021, 05:11:35 AM »
Now it is 6am and I haven't gone to bed yet, but I don't think I'm going this crazy. Are the letters on that banner moving?

Events / Re: [October 19th, 2019 2300-0300z] ZLA Welcomes AFV
« on: October 01, 2019, 06:43:49 PM »
I believe your event is posted on the calendar for the wrong day.

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