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1. Policies & Procedures

Our Company's Policies & Procedures are detailed here.

Point System

3. Help Pilot Reports (PIREPS)

Points are awarded for each completed flight receiving an ‘Accepted’ designation. The number of points you earn will depend on several factors – as you can see from the categories and points awards in the chart below. Category Points Completed Flight ...

Introduction

3. Help Flight Operations

There are four [4] types of flights available at Walker Air Transport: Cargo Charter Scheduled Tours To learn more about each of them, scroll through this document. Location and Home: When you signed up for Walker Air Transport, you were asked to provid...

Charter

3. Help Flight Operations

Leveraging a list of over 42,000 airports around the world using a specific fleet of company aircraft, the Charter system allows a Pilot to create a flight schedule without the constraints of having to adhere to a formal route. The only limitation? Selecting...

Scheduled

3. Help Flight Operations

The Scheduled Flight Module gives Pilots an opportunity to experience life as a 'Line Pilot' for a major Passenger Airline by using real life flight routes, schedules and aircraft. There are currently 426,503 routes available to you worldwide. If you wish to...

Online ATC

3. Help

Do not use the flight number given to you when bidding on a flight. All pilots must use their pilot ID shown below – do not use WAC, WAE or WAX. Your Flight or Call Sign Your Verbal Call Sign For Radio Calls WAT + Pilot ID Walker + Pilot ID If y...

Rank & Points

3. Help

Rank Walker Air Transport utilizes ACARS and the company’s proprietary, fully-automated Flight Data System (FDS) to log data produced and transmitted to us by your Simulator. Once you’ve completed your flight and submitted the PIREP, our FDS goes to work...

Locating Your PIREP

3. Help Pilot Reports (PIREPS)

PIREPS are stored in your Logbook. They may be accessed by using the Navigation Bar in the Crew Ops website. Locate your name on the right side of the Navigation Bar. Scroll down to Profile and click it. At the top of the screen opening afterwards, you'll s...

Approved, Rejected & Diverted

3. Help Pilot Reports (PIREPS)

A completed flight will automatically be categorized in one of the following ways:Manually-completed PIREPS are not allowed. Approved Rejected Diverted The criteria used to make that decision is as follows. Approved Rejected Diverted ...

Awards

3. Help

Awards are available for successfully completing a wide variety of flying-related activities with us. Once you meet an Award's specific requirement(s), our system will process it automatically and post the avatar to your Logbook – as seen in the illustration...

simBrief

3. Help

simBrief enables Pilots to automatically create an Operational Flight Plan (OFP) based on the details of their intended flight – and, with only a few clicks, easily integrate it into our System. You must have an active simBrief account in order to use the i...

Welcome

2. Training New Pilot Orientation

Before you proceed with this part of your Orientation, you must complete reading through the The Crew Operations Website module. It'll make what follows much less frustrating and more easily understandable and enjoyable.Link:  The Crew Operations Website Onc...

Downloading & Installing ACARS

2. Training New Pilot Orientation

In order for our customized, proprietary Flight Data System to function properly, it must be connected to your Sim so the data your flight generates can be transmitted to it. That transmission of data is facilitated by ACARS software. The term ACARS is intend...

Downloading & Installing Liveries

2. Training New Pilot Orientation

Whenever you fly using our Flight Data System, your aircraft must be 'wearing our colors'. In other words, your flight must be flown in an aircraft using our livery. This section addresses how to locate the livery you need and how to install it.   Downloadi...

Flying Your First Flight

2. Training New Pilot Orientation

We've covered all of the supportive areas. Now, it's time to bid your first flight and actually fly it. Log In To The Crew Ops Website Go to https://walkerair.us/.   Click Crew Login in the Navigation Bar. After doing so, the login box will appear. ...

Completing Your Flight

2. Training New Pilot Orientation

After landing, taxi to your parking spot and stop. Once you do that, your flight officially ends. Take a moment to review your ACARS Flight Log before filing it. Details about doing that can be found here. File your Flight Log. After doing so, a PIREP for y...

Cargo

3. Help Flight Operations

The Cargo Flight Module gives Pilots an opportunity to experience life as a 'Freight Dog' for a major Cargo Operation by using real life flight routes, schedules and aircraft. There are currently 213,542 routes available to you worldwide. If you wish to depa...

FlightTrackerXP | MacOS

3. Help ACARS

Prior to 1 December 2021, this was known as Belerophon. FlightTrackerXP is a paid application. You must purchase and download it from the Apple's App Store. We do not own, develop or provide support for it. For support, contact the Developer. The Fli...

3. Help

Find answers to your questions here.

Introduction

1. Policies & Procedures

2. Training

Our Training Materials are located here.

Partnerships

Partnerships we have with others are detailed here.

ACARS

3. Help

ACARS is a term used to refer to Flight Tracking software used to provide data to our System. That software is as follows: > smartCARS for Windows PC > FlightTrackerXP for MacOS (X-Plane only)

Flight Operations

3. Help

Pilot Reports (PIREPS)

3. Help

A PIREP is, quite simply, a Pilot Report. It contains digital data about the flight you flew and completed. After processing that data in our automated, proprietary system, it’s immediately filed, at which time it’s also added to your Pilot Logbook where i...

New Pilot Orientation

2. Training

Welcome to New Pilot Orientation! Your success in our Airline is based solely upon how well you grasp and understand the features and functionality of our customized, proprietary Flight Data System and how well you're able to use it and an ACARS data exchange ...

General Policies

1. Policies & Procedures

smartCARS | Windows PC

3. Help ACARS

If you haven't already read the Flight Operations chapter, we recommend you do so now before continuing. If you’ve come to this page to download smartCARS, select Downloads > smartCARS in the Navigation Bar of the Crew Ops website. If you’ve come to this...

Administrative Policies

1. Policies & Procedures

Operations

1. Policies & Procedures

FAQ

3. Help

Find answers here to questions frequently asked of us by those in our Pilot community.

Discord

2. Training

The Crew Operations Website > The Navigation Bar

2. Training

Liveries

3. Help

Events

3. Help

You're required to bid your flights using the 'Bid Flight' button found on the Event page. You do not use the 'Flights' menu above. If you fail to follow this, you will not get the bonus for the Event – and we will not fix that. You have a 3-hour grace peri...

Reviewing Your PIREP

2. Training New Pilot Orientation

The data produced by your simulator during your flight was transmitted to our Flight Data System (FDS) by ACARS. After receiving and processing it, our FDS was able to generate the reports and displays found in your Logbook. To review the PIREP for the fligh...