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Posted by Eric Grindstaff on 25/03/2018

WELCOME TO MACAIR!

 

ALL PILOTS MUST READ!


GDPR REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

Due to the new GDPR Regulations, (General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), now in force, we will not be sending this message out via Bulk Mail. As we cannot be sure that we have your or any members permission to send out what is now regarded as unsolicited mail.


What does this mean?

It basically means that if you do not read this message, and follow the explicit instructions below, we will eventually have no choice but to remove you from the MacAir members list. If you are not reading this, then it will effectively remove your involvement with MacAir when we begin to fully enforce the new regulation.

We are unfortunately 'forced' to do this to comply with the new regulations. If we don't, we could face fines at best, and a complete closure of MacAir at worst. I will not allow that to happen as I'm sure you understand.

We assume that we will lose a good many members, but our hopes are that this move encourages our core members and new members to be involved, interested, and active on the MacAir Forum. It also means, that 'if you are not reading this' you will be surprised that your account will have been made dormant, and will only be reactivated if you have the energy to seek out reinstatement. And even then, you will be required to come to the Forum and read this message, before reinstatement is considered.

If you do wish reinstatement, it will require that you give your permission for us to hold your E-Mail address, your basic name and age details, (for safety sake in only having adults within the group). And that anyone not giving this permission, will not be able to successfully apply and fly for MacAir.

More information will be forthcoming - until then, can we ask that those of you who read this, place your name below, to say that you have read it, that you are happy for your details to be held, for the present and the future. And that you are content that we have your 'present' up-to-date E-Mail address currently in your profile, (send via PM if it is not the one that we presently hold), for use under the new GDPR Regulations.

If you do not read this message? It will come as a surprise when you are eventually removed from the MacAir Roster and Forums, and then you seek reactivation - for that will require that you have to reregister and start from scratch AND that you use the Forum to again agree to this regulation. As the forums are where everything MacAir has to offer will exist. The Main Site will not be a function of information giving or sharing.

You will still not be 'required' to converse in the forums, but as always we sincerely hope that you do. It is the 'life' of MacAir and there are lots of great folks on there.

We have nothing but the hope that you will continue to support MacAir, in whichever way suits your future requirements. It will be your choice and we of course hope sincerely that everyone will see this and choose to continue their membership with us.

I had hoped that these new regulations wouldn't affect MacAir but unfortunately they do. 

Michael Chapman & Eric Grindstaff - MacAir Founders
Greg Joyner - MacAir MHO

GDPR Pilot Contract With Millennium Aviation Company:

GDPR confirmed and agreed to hold Name and E-Mail details for purposes of MacAir Communications (please confirm in this thread), USING THE WORDS, READ, UNDERSTOOD AND MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL AGREED TO ALLOW YOUR DETAILS TO BE HELD FOR MACAIR PURPOSES. THIS AGREEMENT ALSO CONFIRMS YOUR AGREEMENT TO RECEIVE EMAILS FROM MACAIR STAFF AND OUR AWARDS SYSTEM FOR THE PURPOSES OF IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND NOTIFICATION OF AN AWARD RECEIVED.

Example: MAC000 John S. Read, understood and I agree. 6/28/2018


Link to forum thread: http://macairvirtual.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=2075

Any member not confirmed within this thread will be automatically 'Retired' from MacAir and run the risk of having your profile and all related progress deleted.

 

All new pilots will have 7 days from the date of hire to confirm and agree.

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DOTM ANNOUNCEMENT

 

September Destination Airport- KEWR
Newark Liberty Internation Airport
Division: Open Division
 
Alright Pilots, this month you'll be flying into one of the busiest airports in the world, and the first major airport to serve the New York metro area.
The Newark Metropolitan Airport opened October 1, 1928, along the Passaic River in NJ. The Newark Metropolitan Airport Administration Building, built in 1934 in the Art Deco style, was dedicated by Amerlia Earhart in 1935, and is now a museum, along with Port Authority police headquaters.
In 1939, the New York Municipal Airport (now know as LaGuardia Airport) took the title as Busiest Commercial Airport in the WOrld. Today, Newark sits at 15th in the US, and 43rd in the world, while LaGuardia is now the 20th busiest US airport.
Newark Airport was closed to commercial flights during WWII, as the Army Air Force took over the field for logistics operations. In 1945, Newark saw the arrival of captured German aircraft, which were then flown or shipped elsewhere for further evaluation.
In 1946, the airport re-opened for commercial traffic, and in 1948 it was leased to the Port Authority of New York, who began to invest in improvments, such as new hangars and updating the runways. At present, there are 3 runways, and one helipad. Runway 11/29 was built during WWII, and the first 04/22 runway opened in 1952. 1970 saw the opening of 04L/22R, which is now the primary runway used for takeoff.
In more recent times, Newark will once again host the longest non-stop flight, Singapore Airline's Newark-Singapore route, after suspending the service in 2013. Singapore Airlines is planning to resume the service once they acquire the Airbus A350-900ULR aircraft needed for the flight.
 
For more information, check out the forum post located Here.

Brought to you by Ken C. - DoTM Manager

 

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MACATX035Greg JoynerKEENKIJDGA LIGHT AIR00.31.24-75.36 ft/m Pending
PROATP2-131Steve HornUSHHUAAA737-80002.55.35-455.99 ft/m Pending
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PROATPCAP-30Joseph AndujarVOARHECA747-40006.56.25-69.97 ft/m Accepted
MACEZD57Andrew BarterRPVPRPLLA32001.06.58-350.64 ft/m Accepted
PROMULT-027Aristotelis KretsisKPTKKORDDASH 8-40000.50.28-131.49 ft/m Pending
CHR10640Scott JohnsonKDCAKBOSDOUGLAS DC-302.00.13-239.14 ft/m Accepted
CHR10648Joseph HarpTTPPTLPLA330-20000.48.28-189.16 ft/m Accepted
PROMULT-026Aristotelis KretsisCYYZKPTKDASH 8-40000.50.24-7.69 ft/m Pending

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There have been 16 user(s), and 123 guest(s) online in the past 20 minutes.

George FencikUnited States
Joseph HarpUnited States
Adam PoinconUnited States
Joacim OlssonSweden
Andy GallUnited States
Sylvain MateoFrance
Gabe KokkinosUnited States
Steve HornUnited States
Andrew BarterCanada
Matthew McMahonUnited States
Cole ArthurUnited States
Greg JoynerUnited States
Aristotelis KretsisGreece
Joseph AndujarUnited States

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Adam has chosen flight MACBEE207 departing from EGFF arriving at LFPG,and will be flying a DASH 8-400 (BEE-DH8D)

Andrew has chosen flight MACCAL180 departing from RPLL arriving at RCTP,and will be flying a 737-800 (CAL-B738)

Cole has chosen flight PROMULT-023 departing from CYHZ arriving at CYYT,and will be flying a DASH 8-400 (MAC-DH8A)

Joseph has chosen flight PROATPCAP-31 departing from HECA arriving at LERT,and will be flying a 747-400 (DAL-B744)

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MAC0114 Greg Joyner has filed a PIREP from KEEN to KIJD View Flight Report



MAC0278 Steve Horn has filed a PIREP from USHH to UAAA View Flight Report



MAC0426 Gabe Kokkinos has filed a PIREP from CYWG to CYQT View Flight Report



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