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Atlanta Hartsfield - Jackson Airport Parking

Atlanta Hartsfield has no "calm-wind" runway procedure.
Passenger Parking Gates A1-A27 located on RAMP 1
Cargo Parking S Parking 1-5 located on South Cargo Ramp.
Carter Parking Gates W1 - W8, located on RAMP 20.

(Posted 6/21/2018)

Exceeding my maximum loggable block time

So what do I do once the block times I want to log start exceeding my maximum loggable
block time? Do I have to stop flying?

No, If you happen to reach a zero balance, simply contact your hub manager and ask
to have your loggable-time balance increased to cover the additional flying. No
hub manager should ever refuse to do this, and it only takes them a few mouse clicks
to do. If you anticipate some heavy flying in the near future, you may want to
ask for this increase in advance so you don't find yourself suddenly unable to
log your flights. Just keep an eye on your balance each time you log a flight,
and you'll know when it's time to ask for another increase.

Be aware, though, that when your hub manager receives this request, your flight
log may be subjected to a little closer scrutiny than usual. Honest pilots should
have nothing to fear from this. Indeed, your higher level of flying activity
will likely earn you some well-deserved recognition!

Also be aware, I only increase 10 hours per request.

(Posted 6/21/2018)

Destination of the Month June 2018

This month we are going to take a trip to Dayton Ohio. On May 17th the WWII Gallery
at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Opened to the public the
completely restored B-17F that we all know as the Memphis Belle.

The original B-17F Memphis Belle – the first U.S. Army Air Forces heavy bomber to
return to the United States after completing 25 combat missions over occupied
Europe – exactly 75 years after its crew finished their last mission in the war
against Nazi Germany on May 17, 1943.

The Memphis Belle, which has not been on public display since 2002, and surrounding
exhibit, along with a new strategic bombardment exhibit, was open to the public
on May 17 following a ribbon cutting ceremony.

The new exhibit will tell the complete story of the Memphis Belle and address the
many myths associated with the aircraft. Artifacts will be on display from seven
of the crewmembers including several war-time uniforms; a flight suit; combat boots;
flying goggles; dog-tags; pilot’s wings and other rank insignia. In addition, rare
color archival footage—some of which has never been seen by the public before—will
be shown in the exhibit.

Hope to see you in Dayton this month. I know I'll be there.

Click here to sign out on this flight.

(Posted 4/1/2018)


Ensure your AIRAC are up to date:
Current AIRAC cycle is 1807 Rev 1, June. 21,2018 to July. 18,2018.

(Posted 6/30/2017)

Hub Stats, May 2018

KATL Hub hours for the month of May 2018, 339.0 Hours.

New Hires
Robert Bower WWA3578

Pilot Promotions
Christopher Dameron WWA3575 to Cat III

Pilot Recognition Award
Al Stallbaumer WWA107, 75 Hours in one Month 88.2
Mike Jones WWA3381, 75 Hours in one Month 84.6
Jim Short WWA3191, 50 Hours in one Month 67.9
Daniel MacArther WWA2432, 50 Hours in one Month 59.5

Top Passenger Pilot
Jim Short WWA3191 with 67.9 hrs flown and carried 2563 Passengers
Al Stallbaumer WWA107 with 46.9 hrs flown and carried 2504 Passengers
Mike Jones WWA3381 with 30.5 hrs flown and carried 1562 Passengers
Christopher Dameron WWA3575 with 17.5 hrs flown and carried 828 Passengers
Daniel MacArther WWA2432 with 9.8 hrs flown and carried 573 Passengers
Chris Gerhardstein WWA3335 with 8.3 hrs flown and carried 469 Passengers
Robert Bower WWA3578 with 2.0 hrs flown and carried 62 Passengers

Top Cargo Pilot
Al Stallbaumer WWA107 with 41.3 hrs flown and carried 1,329,069 lbs of cargo.
Daniel MacArthur WWA2432 with 8.0 hrs flown and carried 223,304 lbs of cargo.
Mike Jones WWA3381 with 7.8 hrs flown and carried 255,000 lbs of cargo.

Charter Pilots Report
Mike Jones WWA3381 with 46.3 hrs.
Daniel MacArthur WWA2432 with 41.7 hrs.
Mitch Worthington WWA1901 flown 1.8 hrs.

On-line Pilots
Christopher Dameron WWA3575 with 21.0 hrs.
Bill Peterson WWA1698 with 3.1 hrs.

Notice to all KATL Pilot's: Please log flight hours on the day you make the flight.
Flight logged after the 1st of the month will not show until next months report.
Also check your log on the flights you have completed, I do add remarks.

(Posted 5/30/2017)

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Pilot # Pilot Name Rating Awards Hours Location
WWA107 Al Stallbaumer Senior Command Captain+9 5,834.2 Jinnah International Airport, Karachi, Pakistan (OPKC)
WWA2432 Daniel MacArthur Senior Command Captain+5 3,726.3 Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport, Rome, Italy (LIRF)
WWA1698 Bill Peterson Senior Command Captain+3 2,938.0 Pellston Regional Airport of Emmet County, Pellston, Michigan, USA (KPLN)
WWA1901 Mitch Worthington Senior Command Captain+2 2,474.2 Smyrna Airport, Smyrna, Tennessee, USA (KMQY)
WWA3191 Jim Short Senior Command Captain+1 1,945.7 Edinburgh Airport, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom (EGPH)
WWA3381 Mike Jones Senior Command Captain+1 1,756.5 London Heathrow, London, England, United Kingdom (EGLL)
WWA3335 Chris Gerhardstein Command Captain 896.8 Narita International Airport, Tokyo, Honshu, Japan (RJAA)
WWA2799 Derek Gordon Senior Captain 325.9 Ministro Pistarini International Airport, Ezeiza, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina (SAEZ)
WWA3575 Christopher Dameron Cat IV   134.3 Jinnah International Airport, Karachi, Pakistan (OPKC)
WWA3578 Robert Bower Cat I   7.6 Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (KATL)
Total Hours 20,039.5  
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