Pilots must fly from mainland USA/Canada to any European destination (except island countries) and back. Both flights must be non-stop, and the arrival airport for the return trip must be different from the departure airport.
|Initial departure: Any USA/Canada or European airport||Final destination: Any USA/Canada or European airport|
|Number of flight legs: 2||Total distance: Variable nM|
|Longest leg: Variable||Shortest leg: Variable|
|01||Any USA/Canada or European airport||An USA/Canada or European airport on opposite coast||N/a|
|02||Destination of previous leg||An USA/Canada or European airport on opposite coast||N/a|
For successful completion of this tour, and to be awarded with a tour badge for your pilot profile, you must adhere to the following criteria:
... The same aircraft must be used for both flights.
... Complete both tour legs with normal simulator speed (accellerated flights are not allowed).
... Fly both legs consequetively.
... The arrival airport for the second leg must be different from the departure airport for the first leg.
... You may start the tour from either the USA/Canadian or the European side.
... Log all flight legs with our Virtual Airline flight tracking system.
... Once you've started the tour, you must complete it, you're not permitted to do any other flights in between.
... When you're done, please let your hub manager know.