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38. Across the North in a Cub Tour – Part 4 (Level 1-Easy-6A)

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Description: This is the Across the North in a Cub Tour – Part 4 of 4. This tour is a brand new four part mini-series type tour with a total of 80 Flights exploring the Great White North in a Piper J3 Cub. From the south to the north, have your favorite Piper Cub ready for this interesting and scenic four part tour series exploring many familiar and many not so familiar rugged, scenic areas and airports across the north. In addition, flight plans have been prepared for each leg of this tour in .pln format for easy GPS loading via the Flight Planner within FSX/P3D or into load them into your favorite mapping program such as GMap, Plan G etc. For those pilots who may want to fly “naked” in their Cub: no COMMS, no NAV, no autopilot or anything else except a compass and a map in their hands can fly the correct route by following the “SkyVector” mapping links that have also been prepared for each flight leg of this tour. For anyone wanting the flight plans (.pln) and/or the SkyVector mapping links (.pdf file) they have been made available on the site under Downloads/FSX Tours Revisited as a compressed file ( .rar), There is a separate .rar file for each part of the tour. It has been an interesting time preparing this tour and hope all enjoy flying the “Across the North in a Cub” tour. Part-4 of this tour has 20 Legs: Flights: AKA612-T through AKA631-T. Before starting this Part 4 of the CUB tour, we have already travelled 2282.14 nautical miles in Parts 1, 2 and 3 (not including additional waypoints that were added). And there are only 846.14 nautical miles left to go! The mileage summary of this “CUB” tour: Part 1=1,067.93 nm, Part 2=500.633 nm, Part 3=713.58 nm and now Part 4=846.14 nm so by participating and completing all 20 legs in each part of this tour, you will have travelled a grand total of 80 flight legs and a total of 3,128.28 nautical miles in your CUB. Congratulations to ALL pilots for making it this far: now the last 20 legs: Part 4 of 4 of this tour begins.
38. Across the North in a Cub Tour – Part 4 (Level 1-Easy-6A)

Leg: Departure: Arrival: Flight: Aircraft: Distance:
1McGrath Airport (PAMC)Colorado Creek, (KCR)AKA612-TJ3 CUB44 nm
2Colorado Creek, (KCR)Yankee Creek 2 Airport (A77)AKA613-TJ3 CUB41 nm
3Yankee Creek 2 Airport (A77)Moore Creek (99AK)AKA614-TJ3 CUB37 nm
4Moore Creek (99AK)Stony River 2 Airport (SRV)AKA615-TJ3 CUB59 nm
5Stony River 2 Airport (SRV)Red Devil Airport (RDV)AKA616-TJ3 CUB25 nm
6Red Devil Airport (RDV)Aniak Airport (PANI)AKA617-TJ3 CUB73 nm
7Aniak Airport (PANI)Tuluksak (TLT)AKA618-TJ3 CUB57 nm
8Tuluksak (TLT)Bethel Airport (PABE)AKA619-TJ3 CUB37 nm
9Bethel Airport (PABE)Eek (PAEE)AKA620-TJ3 CUB40 nm
10Eek (PAEE)Quinhagak Airport (PAQH)AKA621-TJ3 CUB32 nm
11Quinhagak Airport (PAQH)Kongiganak (PADY)AKA622-TJ3 CUB39 nm
12Kongiganak (PADY)Kipnuk (PAKI)AKA623-TJ3 CUB40 nm
13Kipnuk (PAKI)Tununak (4KA)AKA624-TJ3 CUB62 nm
14Tununak (4KA)Newtok (PAEW)AKA625-TJ3 CUB33 nm
15Newtok (PAEW)Chevak (VAK)AKA626-TJ3 CUB52 nm
16Chevak (VAK)Cape Romanzof LRRS Airport (PACZ)AKA627-TJ3 CUB22 nm
17Cape Romanzof LRRS Airport (PACZ)Sheldon Point (Nunam Iqua) (SXP)AKA628-TJ3 CUB64 nm
18Sheldon Point (Nunam Iqua) (SXP)Emmonak (PAEM)AKA629-TJ3 CUB22 nm
19Emmonak (PAEM)Mountain Village (MOU)AKA630-TJ3 CUB54 nm
20Mountain Village (MOU)St Mary's Airport (PASM)AKA631-TJ3 CUB13 nm
Total Distance Of Tour: 846 nm

Pilot's Progress

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START: PAMCKCRA7799AKSRVRDVPANITLTPABEPAEEPAQHPADYPAKI4KAPAEWVAKPACZSXPPAEMMOUPASMComplete
1Norm  Richards - AKA995
2Steven  Almendinger - AKA1261
3Jeff  Greene - AKA1259
4James  Frank - AKA1100                     
5George  Fencik - AKA359
6Daniel  Shuron - AKA461
7John  Sanders - AKA1285                     
8Dale  Taylor - AKA138
9Brad  Allen - AKA1274
10Trev  Bramley - AKA1297
11Mark  Bradshaw - AKA832
12Graham  Buffinton - AKA1286                     
13Roger  Triplett - AKA1305
14Peter  Woodward - AKA1334
15James L  Smith - AKA1288


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