Total miles flown
IATA Virtual commenced operation in 2018, our vision is to provide our pilots with the most immersive experience of flight Simulation. With us you will fly Real World routes using authentic timetables and the aircraft type used by real world airlines. There are no restrictions on which simulator program you use when flying with IATA Virtual. We have provided an overview of different areas of our airline further down, if this is for you? and you are up to the challenge? we are waiting to welcome you on board.
Our mission and ethos is simple we want you to enjoy your time flying with our Airline and for it to be a FUN experience. We will not overwhelm you with rules, regulations and red-tape, however passenger and crew safety is of paramount importance to the airline. If you like what you have read so far, then why not come and join us at IATA Virtual. Click here  www.iata-virtual.org  to fill in your application form, we are waiting to welcome you on-board.
Please note; We are not affiliated, linked or associated with IATA the trade association representing 280 airlines in 120 countries.Click here www.iata.org  to go to the official IATA website.
IATA Virtual is proud to be associated with and operate aircraft manufactured by Boeing and Airbus. Our fleet consists of short, medium, and long haul aircraft. We fly the much loved B737's B747's B757's B767's B777's and B787 Dreamliner.   Our Airbus fleet includes the A319 for those short hops through to A350 for long haul. We have added another level of realisim for our pilots by using the same aircraft type on our schedules as used by our big brothers in the real world of aviation. Visit our Fleet Management page for more information you can find it in crew centre.
A question we are asked, “when can I fly a Jumbo Jet?” At IATA Virtual You will be promoted based on hours accumulated in your logbook starting as a Cadet, Third Officer, and rising through our structured rank promotion program. More information on rank structures and promotions can be found at the crew centre. IATA Virtual prides itself on ensuring its aircrew are trained to the highest standards, as passenger safety is of paramount importance to the airline. So the answer to the question, When you have accumulated the hours and passed your check ride with our CFI, Chief Flying Instructor. Are you up for the challenge?, we look forward to welcoming you to our airline.
IATA Virtual schedule mirrors real world routes and its network stretches across most continents with destinations in Europe, USA/Canada and Africa, with Australasia and South America opening up very soon. We have hubs at the following locations, when you register to join, pick your favourite.
Our automated PIREP system is simple and easy to use and provides all the necessary "tools" our pilots require from planning their flight using real world flight schedules through to recording hours flown, at the end of the flight. As in the real world of aviation, there are, some practicalities when using PIREP software and rules to follow, and our system is no different visit our crew centre and checkout PIREPS for more information.
|Pilot||Flight No.||Dep ICAO||Arr ICAO||PAX||Cargo||Aircraft||Status|
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|Flight No.||Departure City||Arrival City||Pilot||Aircraft||Landing Rate|
|SA337||FAOR||FACT||IATA002||BOEING757-200V2011 757 SOUTH AFRICAN||-462fpm|
|SAA306||FACT||FAOR||IATA002||BOEING757-200V2011 757 SOUTH AFRICAN||-519fpm|
|TAP266||LPMA||LPPT||IATA001||767 V2 TAP PORTUGAL||-39fpm|
|CAW6410||FACT||FAOR||IATA002||767 767 BRITISH AIRWAYS||-181fpm|
|TAP266||LPPT||LPMA||IATA001||767 V2 TAP PORTUGAL||-176fpm|
|CAW6306||FALE||FACT||IATA002||767 767 BRITISH AIRWAYS||-480fpm|
|CAW6211||FAOR||FALE||IATA002||767 767 BRITISH AIRWAYS||-264fpm|
|TAP256||LPPT||LEBL||IATA002||767 767 AIR FRANCE||-234fpm|
|Pilot Name||Flight Number||Airport||Date||Landing Rate||Performance Score|
|Nobody has performed an awesome landing yet!|
|Pilot Name||Country||Hub||Hired Date|
|Levon Quintin||U.S.A||Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport||2018-08-13|
|Craig Charles||Kenya||London Gatwick Airport||2018-08-11|
|Namik Mahmutovic||Germany||Amsterdam Schiphol||2018-07-11|
|Aron Griffiths||United Kingdom||London Heathrow||2018-07-06|
|Graesen Wood||South Africa||Amsterdam Schiphol||2018-05-08|
|Joachim Heimfeld||Germany||London Heathrow||2018-04-07|
|Emile Hallaby||South Africa||O. R. Tambo International Airport||2018-03-27|