New Pilot at the MSP Hub

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1 week 6 days ago #17293 by Westcoast
Please help me welcome Chiliano H. to SPA.  He will be joining us as a Sr. Capt. flying out of the Minneapolis Hub.  Welcome aboard Chiliano, we hope you like it here as much as we do.

Mike

Mike Daugherty
Acting MSP Hub Manager

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1 week 6 days ago #17294 by chili
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Thank you Mike, already enjoying it!

Regards

Chiliano (Chili)
PS. Chili is my nickname:)

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1 week 5 days ago #17295 by Oswald
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Welcome Chili, good to have you here!
Oswald (from EGLL Hub)
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1 week 4 days ago #17296 by chili
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Thanks Oswald!

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1 week 4 days ago #17297 by chili
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Hello Mike, I see you are online, quick question on ECON 2018, I'm on the MSP hub, how do I fly the Juneau flights? or do I have to change Hubs?
Thanks in advance; Also I fly a lot on Vatism, when flying for St, Paul airlines, would this be the correct call sign?
i.e. SPAxxxx

Chili

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1 week 4 days ago - 1 week 4 days ago #17298 by jer029
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Hey Chili,

The Econ hubs are not related to your assigned hub for the airline.  They are just used to separate different activities on our Econ page.  Juneau Center has adventure flights out of Juneau.  Ketchikan Center is RTMM (Misty Mooring flights - currently only their medical flights).  MSP Center is a flight-bidding system that changes flight offerings every 12 hours giving pilots an on-going business venture to add some extra fun and excitement to their flying.  Fly your passengers safely and economically to their destination and get a profit.  Fly a few passengers in a big plane full of too much fuel and lose money.  Shake your passengers around too much, land too hard or crash your plane and it costs extra money for your company.  MSP Center is great fun and one of my favorite offerings here at St. Paul Airlines.

The assigned hub for the airline is used for assigning pilots to a hub manager to support them and provide assigned flights out of that hub if they wish to fly them.  Pilots are free to fly any flights from other hubs as they wish also.  Flights based on other hubs as listed in the flight schedule are shown as flight activity for that hub and not for the hub the pilot flying them is assigned to.  in every case the pilots flying gets hour credits for the flight hours they fly regardless of the hub listed on the flight schedule, or the hub the pilot is assigned.  This is also true for the Econ flights.  All flight hours are credited to the pilot flying them even in the unfortunate event of a crash of your plane (I think we've all been there and probably will again from time to time).  As long as your piirep is sent successfully you should show credit in your logbook and if it is not successful, you can always manually send your pirep through the pilot's office.

Happy flying,

John

John Rogers
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