GCA

Guest Controller Approval IVAO Iran has implemented the Guest Control Approval (GCA) program for all our ATC positions regulated by FRA (Facility Rating Assignment). Please read the following page carefully to better understand the program and how it will impact our operations. If you need more information, feel free to contact the IVAO Iran Training Department (ir-tc@ivao.aero). What is the GCA program? GCA program was…

2019 Tours

IVAO Iran division is pleased to inform you, that we have released our 2019 tours.  These tours have been created in the various types of flights to be remembered in your memory in case if you want to experience your flight with our tours! Please also note that in case if you finished 5 tours of Iran division (Not Virtual Airlines), you’ll be awarded Division…

Our New Website

Happy new year everybody 🙂 It’s 2019 now and we want to introduce you the 3rd version of our official website. The first version, introduced on 2012, was based on a CMS and template designed from scratch by the former IVAO UK webmaster. The second version was based on the so-called CMS, but with a new fresh modern responsive template, designed by me, your webmaster,…

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International Virtual Aviation Organisation VZW (IVAO) is a non-profit association which operates a free-of-charge online flight-simulation network. Following free registration users can connect to the IVAO Network (IVAN) either as a virtual air traffic controller or as a virtual pilot and engage and interact with each other in a massively multiplayer environment utilising real-world aviation procedures, phraseology and techniques.

Uncontrolled Airspace

Within uncontrolled airspace in Iran, aircraft may operate free of the control of an ATC unit. However all aircraft are required at all times to conduct their activities with regard to the CAA Regulations. When cruising in uncontrolled airspace pilots are advised to monitor continuously the emergency frequency 121.5, and 122.8 Quadrantal Rule When cruising above 3000ft in Uncontrolled airspace, aircraft should comply with the…

Controlled Airspace

Controlled Airspace is an airspace of defined dimensions within which air traffic control service is provided in accordance with the airspace classification. Services There are 3 services available in controlled airspace: Flight Information Service Alerting Service Radar Control Service Flight Information Service: A Flight Information Service (FIS) is a non-radar service provided, either separately or in conjunction with other services, for the purposes of supplying…

Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Guidelines

In real life you should file a flight plan before starting an IFR flight There is no altitude limit to fly IFR (except minimum level on any route) IFR means that you fly and navigate to your destination by means of Navigational aids such as VOR beacons, NDB Beacons and Intersections on the Standard Corridors FIR. If your flight commences outside controlled airspace (see airway…

Visual Flight Rules (VFR) Guidelines

For a VFR flight in real life, you do not have to file a flightplan. In our virtual world however, a flightplan should always be filed. VFR stands for Visual Flight Rules. The pilot must fly and navigate with visual reference to the surface. Due to this, there are certain weather criteria that must be met for a VFR flight to take place. VFR flights…