AIR BRIDGE EVENT – Ljubljana | LJLJ – MUNCHEN | EDDM

IVAO Slovenia division in cooperation with IVAO Germany presents an:

LJUBLJANA LJLJ – MÜNCHEN EDDM – AIR BRIDGE Event

Event will be performed on Tuesday, August 1st, between 1700Z – 2000Z

You can found more informations about event on THIS WEBPAGE

Event Breifing can be found HERE

NEW! Real ADRIA Tour 2017

IVAO Slovenia division in cooperation with ADRIA Virtual proudly present new IFR tour “Real Adria Airways Tour 2017“.

On this tour you will fly like real ADRIA pilots,… with the true ADR callsigns and with realistic procedures & flight plans.

All pilots are invited to fly Real ADRIA Tour 2017.

Learn more about the Tour HERE.

Participate on Slovenian Online Eveninigs

Every Tuesday Slovenia division is online and you are more than welcome to visit one of our airports. To begin with the biggest one LJLJ Ljubljana or a nice seaside airport LJPZ Portoroz or the second biggest airport in Slovenia LJMB Maribor. There are many other nice VFR airports as well.

Visit our ATC services every Tuesday from 1800Z.

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Video introduction

A video, presenting our work has been released, which describes the activities of IVAO Slovenian division, features of the Network, training availability, general environment and requirements. The video has been presented to all new members and published for these, considering to join us in the future.

At the moment it is available in Slovenian language only.

A320 Simulator Project

Our member Mr. Igor Perne took his online flight simulation to the next level. He made a full motion A320 simulator at his home, using it for his flights at IVAO Network. The device is being driven by 7 computers.

Igor Perne - A320 Simulator, vir: 24ur.com

The home-built simulator has built it hydraulic system. All measures, instruments, switches and gauges are positioned according to the real Airbus A320 aircraft. The outside reference view is delivered by 3 projectors. The simulator requires 25 different pieces of software running constantly. The device is connected using 10 kilometers of wiring, 300 switches and 250 indicators.