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P001: Around the World

One to three zillionaire couples chartered your aircraft to tour the globe with some stops at exciting cities, exotic islands, out of the way places, anywhere.

Depart from any WWA Hub, Mini Hub, or Satellite airport to start out your adventure.

    Please follow these few basic requirements: (effective 2/7/14)
  • Charter must begin and end at the same location,
  • Travels in one general direction,
  • Must cross the Equator at a minimum of two points,
  • Must travel a distance that is equal or more than the length of the Equator (24,901 miles)

This charter is eligible for a WWA Recognition Award. Use the Flight Dispatch System to select this charter (P001) and log each leg of your flight. You may add "Charter P001 Around the World" to your PIREP Comments if you wish.

Charter aircraft use General Aviation (GA) parking.

BBJ & BBJ2 Our hangar has only FS9 versions. FSX pilots who wish to fly the BBJ or BBJ2, simply select BBJ or BBJ2 below and fly a Boeing 737. Our virtual ground crew virtually customized the interior of your Boeing 737 to match the BBJ or BBJ2 for this charter.

Grumman G21 Goose Our hangar has only a FSX version. FS9 pilots who wish to fly the Grumman G21 Goose may download a freeware version from Mike Stone’s Hangar

Category: Vacations/Tours, Personal

Continent: Intercontinental

Origin: Any Hub or Mini-Hub, or Satellite Airport

Destination: As Directed

Stops: 1

Aircraft: Beechcraft King Air 300, Beechcraft King Air 350, Boeing BBJ, Boeing BBJ2, Bombardier Challenger 300, Bombardier LearJet 45, Bombardier LearJet 60, Cessna 551 Citation 2, Cessna Citation 550/Citation II SP, Cessna Citation 750, Dassault Falcon 2000DX, Dassault Falcon 50, Embraer ERJ-135LR, Embraer ERJ-145LR, Grumman G21A, Gulfstream G550, Hawker Beechjet 400, Piaggio P.180 Avanti

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P002: U.N. World Tour
The United Nations Secretary-General chartered WestWind for an international tour by a group of delegates to help unite the world and raise the profile of the U.N.. You determine the number of delegates on board and the size aircraft accordingly. The minimum delegation is six members. As they tour, the delegates will be welcomed by leaders of the country visited. There will be a flag ceremony and a dinner.

The Tour visits the capitol city airports of 190 countries. There are no travel restrictions.

The list of the required designated capitol city airports of 190 countries is here: P002 UN World Tour - Capitol Cities

Another copy of the list of required stops is avaiable at Here

Pilots must fly to any 190 of the 194 Country Capitol airports printed in black on the revised list.

Charter P002 has 193 legs:

Leg 1 - Depart from any WWA Hub or Mini Hub and fly to KJFK.

Leg 2 through Leg 191 – Board the U.N. delegates and fly from KJFK to any 190 of the 194 designated capitol city airports listed in the download.

Optional locations in red on the list are for your enjoyment but do not substitute for the 190 designated airports.

The Tour itenerary is at pilot's discretion. Fly in any order and any routes you wish.

Leg 192 - Return the delegation to KJFK from the last capitol city on the Tour.

Leg 193 - Return from KJFK to the Hub or Mini Hub from which you originally departed.

Select an aircraft below and use the Flight Dispatch System to check-out and check-in each Charter P002 flight to each of the 190 designated capitol city airports on the download list. Add "P002 UN World Tour" to your flight check-in comments.

If a capitol city airport runway is too short for your aircraft, land at the nearest airport with sufficient runway length. Transfer some delegates to a smaller aircraft and fly them to the listed capitol city airport. After the visit, return the delegates in the smaller aircraft to the larger airport. Reboard and continue the Tour.

You have the discretion to take breaks from flying Charter P002 in order to fly Hub or Cargo Routes, Charters, or On-line flights and Events. When you take breaks from flying P002, leave your tour aircraft at a capitol city airport. Take a virtual jump seat ride on an aircraft going to the departure airport of your break flight. Afterward, you take a virtual jump seat ride back to the capitol city where you left your tour aircraft. Proceed with P002.

If you have a question, post it in the Executive CharterDivision Section of the Flight Operations Forum or send a message to the Executive Vice President, Executive Charter Division.

Phil posted his flight route in the Flight Tales Forum UN World Tour Step by Step

Award - If you complete charter P002, you may apply for the U. N. World Tour Pilot Recognition Award. Your flight log will be checked to verify you flew to and landed at each of the 190 designated capitol airports listed on the download. Use the Flight Dispatch System to make sure your flights are posted on your flight log.

The Flight Tales Forum is where to post your charter flight progress, experiences, and screen shots, if you wish. Screen Shots may also be posted on the Photo Forum as well.

Have fun!

Charter aircraft use General Aviation (GA) parking. Our charter Airbus or Boeing aircraft may use a gate at the end of a terminal wing.

BBJ & BBJ2 Our hangar has only FS9 versions. FSX pilots who wish to fly the BBJ or BBJ2, simply select BBJ or BBJ2 below and fly a Boeing 737. Our virtual ground crew virtually customized the interior of your Boeing 737 to match the BBJ or BBJ2 for this charter.

Grumman G21 Goose Our hangar has only a FSX version. FS9 pilots who wish to fly the Grumman G21 Goose may download a freeware version from Mike Stone’s Hangar

Category: Government/Diplomatic, Executives/VIPs

Continent: Intercontinental

Origin: Any Hub or Mini Hub

Destination: As Described & return to departure Hub or Mini Hub

Stops: 194

Aircraft: Beechcraft 1900C, Beechcraft 1900D, Beechcraft King Air 300, Beechcraft King Air 350, Boeing BBJ, Boeing BBJ2, Bombardier Dash 8-Q200, Bombardier LearJet 45, Bombardier LearJet 60, Cessna 551 Citation 2, Cessna A185F, Cessna Citation 550/Citation II SP, Cessna Citation 750, Dassault Falcon 2000DX, Dassault Falcon 50, Douglas DC-3, Embraer ERJ-135LR, Embraer ERJ-145LR, Grumman G21A, Gulfstream G550, Hawker Beechjet 400, Piaggio P.180 Avanti

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P003: Great Australian Air Rally (G.A.A.R.)

Scenic Charter Scenic Charter!

Please use Executive Charter P003 if you plan on flying in the Great Australian Air Rally.

This charter ID will be good for any and all GAAR events in the years to come.

For information on the most current G.A.A.R. Event please click: HERE

See the WestWind Events Section of the Forum for discussion regarding GAAR.

These flights will follow VFR Rules and may include 1 or more touch and go's during any flight leg.

Start by clicking on your choice of aircraft below.

FS9 pilots may download a freeware version of the Grumman G21 Goose from Mike Stone’s Hangar

Enjoy

Category: Events/Holidays, Racing

Continent: Australia/New Zealand

Origin: As Described by GAAR Rules and Regs.

Destination: As Described

Stops: 10

Aircraft: Cessna 172, DeHavilland Canada DHC 2, Douglas DC-3, Grumman G21A, Lockheed L049a

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P004: Angel Flight (Medical) - U.S.A. & Canada
WWA Executive Charter Division participates in Angel Flight U.S.A. and Angel Flight Canada, real world non-profit organizations consisting of volunteer pilots who fly medical patients to scheduled medical appointments. Consultations with medical specialists, pre-surgery and post-surgery trips are examples of flights.

Use your imagination.

To see current Angel Flight missions, go to the links listed below.

WWA has a Recognition Award for Humanitarian Flights for pilots who fly 150 hours of humanitarian oriented Executive or Cargo Charters. Humanitarian Charters are Executive P004, P006 through P013, P025, P062, P067, P191, and/or P278 combined and Cargo Charters C032, C035, C044, and Operation East Wind Events.

U.S.A. Angel Flight Links:

ANGEL FLIGHT

AIR CHARITY NETWORK

ANGEL FLIGHT CENTRAL

ANGEL FLIGHT WEST

ANGEL FLIGHT EAST

ANGEL FLIGHT NE

ANGEL FLIGHT MID - ATLANTIC

ANGEL FLIGHT SOUTH CENTRAL

ANGEL FLIGHT SOUTH EAST

ANGEL FLIGHT NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR HEALTH

ANGEL FLIGHT FOR VETERANS

FLIGHT AWARE tracks currently airborne real world missions

Canadian Angel Flight Links:

Angel Flight Alberta

Angel Flight of British Columbia

It is your choice to fly one way or round trip. Realistically, charter flights are normally round trips.

Charter aircraft use General Aviation (GA) parking. Our charter Airbus or Boeing aircraft may use a gate at the end of a terminal wing.

BBJ & BBJ2 Our hangar has only FS9 versions. FSX pilots who wish to fly the BBJ or BBJ2, simply select BBJ or BBJ2 below and fly a Boeing 737. Our virtual ground crew virtually customized the interior of your Boeing 737 to match the BBJ or BBJ2 for this charter.

Grumman G21 Goose Our hangar has only a FSX version. FS9 pilots who wish to fly the Grumman G21 Goose may download a freeware version from Mike Stone’s Hangar

Category: Medical/Disaster Relief, Pilot Recognition Awards

Continent: North America

Origin: Pilot's Discretion

Destination: As Described

Stops: 1

Aircraft: Aerospatiale SA-341 Gazelle, Beechcraft 58G, Beechcraft King Air 300, Beechcraft King Air 350, Bell 206B, Bombardier LearJet 45, Bombardier LearJet 60, Cessna 172, Cessna 208B, Cessna Citation 550/Citation II SP, Cessna Citation 750, Dassault Falcon 2000DX, Dassault Falcon 50, DeHavilland Canada DHC 2, DeHavilland Canada DHC 3, DeHavilland Canada DHC 6, Douglas DC-3, Embraer ERJ-135LR, Embraer ERJ-145LR, Grumman G21A, Gulfstream G550, Hawker Beechjet 400, Maule M7-260C Orion, Piaggio P.180 Avanti, Piper PA-28RT-201 Turbo Arrow III, Quest Aircraft Company Kodiak

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P005: Angel Flight Australia
WWA Executive Charter Division participates in Angel Flight Australia, a real world Angel Flight non-profit organizations consist of volunteer pilots who fly medical patients to medical appointments. Consultations with medical specialists, and both pre-surgery and post-surgery appointments are examples of Angel Flight trips.

To see current Australia missions, go to ANGEL FLIGHT AUSTRALIA. Fly one of those or something similar. Use your imagination.

PILOT RECOGNITION AWARD

WWA has a Recognition Award for Humanitarian Flights for pilots who fly 150 hours of humanitarian oriented Executive or Cargo Charters. Humanitarian Charters are Executive P004, P005, P006 through P013, P025, P062, P067, P191, and/or P278 combined and Cargo Charters C032, C035, C044, and Operation East Wind Events.

Select your aircraft below. It is your choice to fly one way or round trip. Realistically, charter flights are normally round trips. Charter aircraft use General Aviation (GA) parking.

You may use an amphibian aircraft at your discretion. FS9 pilots may download a freeware version of the Grumman G21 Goose from Mike Stone’s Hangar


Category: Medical/Disaster Relief, Pilot Recognition Awards

Continent: Australia/New Zealand

Origin: Not available

Destination: Not available

Stops: 1

Aircraft: Aerospatiale SA-341 Gazelle, Beechcraft 1900C, Beechcraft 1900D, Beechcraft 58G, Beechcraft King Air 300, Beechcraft King Air 350, Bell 206B, Bell 206B HAP, Bombardier LearJet 45, Bombardier LearJet 60, Cessna 172, Cessna 208B, Cessna 551 Citation 2, Cessna A185F, Cessna Citation 550/Citation II SP, Cessna Citation 750, Dassault Falcon 2000DX, Dassault Falcon 50, DeHavilland Canada DHC 2, DeHavilland Canada DHC 3, DeHavilland Canada DHC 6, Douglas DC-3, Embraer EMB-120, Embraer ERJ-135LR, Embraer ERJ-145LR, Grumman G21A, Gulfstream G550, Hawker Beechjet 400, Maule M7-260C Orion, Piaggio P.180 Avanti, Piper PA-28RT-201 Turbo Arrow III, Quest Aircraft Company Kodiak

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P006: All Operation Eastwind Events

Operation Eastwind is an annual project to transport aid to regions of the world hit by disasters such as famine. Information on Operation Eastwind is available in the Forum. Operation Eastwind is essentially a cargo operation and it is a good idea to check out your Operation Eastwind flight under Cargo Charter C049.

Charter P006 is for any and all flights moving aid workers in Executive Divison aircraft for Operation Eastwind events in the years to come.

If P006 is your choice, select Pilot’s Discretion below, then an aircraft. You will be directed to a Dispatch details page where you will sign out this flight.

WWA has a Recognition Award for Humanitarian Flights for pilots who fly 150 hours of humanitarian oriented Executive or Cargo Charters. Humanitarian Charters are Executive P004, P006 through P013, P025, P062, P067, P191, and/or P278 combined and Cargo Charters C032, C035, C044, and Operation East Wind Events.

BBJ & BBJ2 Our hangar has only FS9 versions. FSX pilots who wish to fly the BBJ or BBJ2, simply select BBJ or BBJ2 below and fly a Boeing 737 on your flight simulator. Our virtual ground crew virtually customized the interior of your Boeing 737 to match the BBJ or BBJ2 for this charter.

Grumman G21 Goose Our hangar has only a FSX version. FS9 pilots who wish to fly the Grumman G21 Goose may download a freeware version from Mike Stone’s Hangar.

Charter flights are normally round trips. However, you may fly one way or round trip in this charter.

Use your imagination. Thank you for participating. Enjoy your flight.


Category: Medical/Disaster Relief, Pilot Recognition Awards

Continent: Pilot's Discretion

Origin: See Forum for Operation Eastwind details

Destination: See Forum for Operation Eastwind details

Stops: Non-Stop

Aircraft: Pilot's Discretion

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P007: Volunteer Pilots - Northeast USA
WWA Executive Charter Division flies with Volunteer Pilots who provide air transportation to small airports in the Northeast quadrant of the United States for people needing medical treatment.

WWA has a Recognition Award for Humanitarian Flights for pilots who fly 150 hours of humanitarian oriented Executive or Cargo Charters. Humanitarian Charters are Executive P004, P006 through P013, P025, P062, P067, P191, and/or P278 combined and Cargo Charters C032, C035, C044, and Operation East Wind Events.

A number of Volunteer Pilots flights depart or arrive at KAGC Allegheny County Airport, PA.

The organization flies missions for medical facilities such as Pittsburgh Center for Organ Recovery and the Medical Eye Bank of Western Pennsylvania.

Use your imagination.

Go to: VOLUNTEER PILOTS Browse the site.

Flights may be VFR or IFR at your discretion. Return.

Use your imagination.

It is your choice to fly one way or round trip. Realistically, charter flights are normally round trips.

Charter aircraft use General Aviation (GA) parking. Our charter Airbus or Boeing aircraft may use a gate at the end of a terminal wing.

BBJ & BBJ2 Our hangar has only FS9 versions. FSX pilots who wish to fly the BBJ or BBJ2, simply select BBJ or BBJ2 below and fly a Boeing 737. Our virtual ground crew virtually customized the interior of your Boeing 737 to match the BBJ or BBJ2 for this charter.

Grumman G21 Goose Our hangar has only a FSX version. FS9 pilots who wish to fly the Grumman G21 Goose may download a freeware version from Mike Stone’s Hangar

Category: Medical/Disaster Relief, Pilot Recognition Awards

Continent: North America

Origin: Pilot's Discretion

Destination: Pilot's Discretion

Stops: 1

Aircraft: Aerospatiale SA-341 Gazelle, Beechcraft 1900C, Beechcraft 1900D, Beechcraft 58G, Beechcraft King Air 300, Beechcraft King Air 350, Bell 206B, Bombardier CRJ-200, Cessna 172, Cessna 208B, DeHavilland Canada DHC 2, DeHavilland Canada DHC 3, DeHavilland Canada DHC 6, Douglas DC-3, Embraer EMB-120, Grumman G21A, Lockheed L049a, Maule M7-260C Orion, Piaggio P.180 Avanti, Piper PA-28RT-201 Turbo Arrow III

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P008: Pilots Fly Life Line - Midwest USA
WWA Executive Charter Division participates in Pilots Fly Life Line in which pilots transport adults or children for medical treatments or humanitarian situations such as disaster relief, treatments, final wish visits and more.

WWA has a Recognition Award for Humanitarian Flights for pilots who fly 150 hours of humanitarian oriented Executive or Cargo Charters. Humanitarian Charters are Executive P004, P006 through P013, P025, P062, P067, P191, and/or P278 combined and Cargo Charters C032, C035, C044, and Operation East Wind Events.

Some flights originate at KPIA, the Greater Peoria Regional Airport. Other flights originate at any other Midwest United States.

Go to: LIFE LINE PILOTS. Browse the site.

Specific missions are not listed, but there are many possible real world scenarios.

Use your imagination.

It is your choice to fly one way or round trip. Realistically, charter flights are normally round trips.

Charter aircraft use General Aviation (GA) parking. Our charter Airbus or Boeing aircraft may use a gate at the end of a terminal wing.

BBJ & BBJ2 Our hangar has only FS9 versions. FSX pilots who wish to fly the BBJ or BBJ2, simply select BBJ or BBJ2 below and fly a Boeing 737. Our virtual ground crew virtually customized the interior of your Boeing 737 to match the BBJ or BBJ2 for this charter.

Grumman G21 Goose Our hangar has only a FSX version. FS9 pilots who wish to fly the Grumman G21 Goose may download a freeware version from Mike Stone’s Hangar

Category: Medical/Disaster Relief, Pilot Recognition Awards

Continent: North America

Origin: As described

Destination: As Described

Stops: 3

Aircraft: Aerospatiale SA-341 Gazelle, Beechcraft 1900C, Beechcraft 1900D, Beechcraft 58G, Beechcraft King Air 300, Beechcraft King Air 350, Bell 206B, Bombardier Dash 8-Q200, Cessna 172, Cessna 208B, Cessna Citation 550/Citation II SP, Cessna Citation 750, DeHavilland Canada DHC 2, DeHavilland Canada DHC 3, DeHavilland Canada DHC 6, Douglas DC-3, Grumman G21A, Hawker Beechjet 400, Lockheed L049a, Maule M7-260C Orion, Piaggio P.180 Avanti, Piper PA-28RT-201 Turbo Arrow III

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P009: International Disaster Relief - Medical Personnel Airlift

Fly any size group of medical relief personnel and their light supplies to an airport near a disaster site anywhere in the world.

WWA has a Recognition Award for Humanitarian Flights for pilots who fly 150 hours of humanitarian oriented Executive or Cargo Charters. Humanitarian Charters are Executive P004, P006 through P013, P025, P062, P067, P191, and/or P278 combined and Cargo Charters C032, C035, C044, and Operation East Wind Events.

Disease outbreaks, cyclones, earthquakes, hurricanes, monsoons, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, drought, and other disasters strike anytime, anywhere. Use media sources for current disaster information. Or, use your imagination.

Medical relief personnel may be international emergency and health organization staff or are private civilian doctors, nurses, or other medical personnel.

Depart any WWA Hub, Mini Hub, Satellite Airport. Fly to an airport near the disaster site.

Drop off the medical relief personnel and their light supplies.

Load injured survivors on board. Fly the survivors to the nearest major city where hospitals are ready to receive them. You may repeat as many times as you wish.

At some point, the medical relief workers will return home. Fly them to the original point of departure.

It is your choice to fly one or more segments of this charter.

Ground crews have virtually converted your Executive Charter aircraft interior to transport medical relief workers in and survivors out.

Go to C044 Disaster Relief Supplies at the WWA Cargo Division if you want to haul tons of supplies to the disaster area. Tons of supplies are desperately needed.

Grumman G21 Goose Our hangar has only a FSX version. FS9 pilots who wish to fly the Grumman G21 Goose may download a freeware version from Mike Stone’s Hangar.


Category: Medical/Disaster Relief, Pilot Recognition Awards

Continent: Intercontinental

Origin: Any Hub

Destination: Any

Stops: 3

Aircraft: Airbus 319, Airbus 320, Beechcraft 1900C, Beechcraft 1900D, Boeing 727-200 Advanced, Boeing 737-300, Boeing 737-400, Boeing 737-500, Boeing 757-200 VIP, Boeing BBJ, Boeing BBJ2, Bombardier CRJ-200, Bombardier Dash 8-Q200, Cessna Citation 750, Dassault Falcon 2000DX, Dassault Falcon 50, Douglas DC-3, Embraer EMB-120, Embraer ERJ-135LR, Embraer ERJ-145LR, Grumman G21A, Gulfstream G550, Lockheed L049a, Quest Aircraft Company Kodiak

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

P010: International Non emergency Medical

This charter transports medical patients to non-emergency appointments anywhere in the world other than in the USA, Canada, and Australia. This charter is similar to P004 Angel Flight USA & Canada and P005 Angel Flight Australia.

Fly medical patients from any rural airport anywhere in the world to that country's capital city airport.

WWA has a Recognition Award for Humanitarian Flights for pilots who fly 150 hours of humanitarian oriented Executive or Cargo Charters. Humanitarian Charters are Executive P004, P006 through P013, P025, P062, P067, P191, and/or P278 combined and Cargo Charters C032, C035, C044, and Operation East Wind Events.

It is your choice to fly one way or round trip. Realistically, charter flights are normally round trips.

Charter aircraft use General Aviation (GA) parking. Our charter Airbus or Boeing aircraft may use a gate at the end of a terminal wing.

BBJ & BBJ2 Our hangar has only FS9 versions. FSX pilots who wish to fly the BBJ or BBJ2, simply select BBJ or BBJ2 below and fly a Boeing 737. Our virtual ground crew virtually customized the interior of your Boeing 737 to match the BBJ or BBJ2 for this charter.

Grumman G21 Goose Our hangar has only a FSX version. FS9 pilots who wish to fly the Grumman G21 Goose may download a freeware version from Mike Stone’s Hangar

Category: Medical/Disaster Relief, Pilot Recognition Awards

Continent: Pilot's Discretion

Origin: As described

Destination: As Described

Stops: 2

Aircraft: Aerospatiale SA-341 Gazelle, Beechcraft 58G, Beechcraft King Air 300, Beechcraft King Air 350, Bell 206B, Bell 206B HAP, Bombardier LearJet 45, Bombardier LearJet 60, Cessna 172, Cessna 208B, Cessna 551 Citation 2, Cessna A185F, Cessna Citation 550/Citation II SP, Cessna Citation 750, Dassault Falcon 2000DX, Dassault Falcon 50, DeHavilland Canada DHC 2, DeHavilland Canada DHC 3, Embraer ERJ-135LR, Embraer ERJ-145LR, Grumman G21A, Hawker Beechjet 400, Maule M7-260C Orion, Piaggio P.180 Avanti, Piper PA-28RT-201 Turbo Arrow III, Quest Aircraft Company Kodiak

Note: Click on aircraft to sign out on this charter using the WestWind Flight Dispatch System

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