• Timber Virtual Air News

    Timber Virtual Air was created to fill the gap between pure bush and commercial scheduled VA's. We maintain open relaxed policies based on the capabilities of turboprop fixed wing under 45,000 pounds payload, and helicopters.

    We are a commercially operated VA generating revenue by transporting passengers and cargo. To do this we use the VAFinancials ACARS program.

    We recently added routes for the Pacific Rim through Japan and the Philippines into the Oceania area along with new routes in the Atolls' of Tuvalu. Our operations are not geographically limited and we are looking forward to establishing HUB's in Europe.

    Our helicopter operations continue to grow. We have recently leased another heavy lift, the Chinook CH47. You can check out our existing fleet on our web site.

    VAFinancials has servers we use for online multiplay where two or more pilots can get together for adhoc or prearranged flights. VAfinancials provides a Teamspeak 3 voice comms server that we use when we are up flying or actually at any other time; saves a lot of typing.

    Don't see a plane in our hangar that you want to fly, no problem, you can lease it through TVA. Course you have to fly it enough to pay off the monthly lease, that's only fair. Don't see a route you want to fly. Just post the Airport ICAO's in the forum and we will build them for you.

    Want to create a new helipad or airport someplace, go for it. We will add it to the VAFinancials hangars database once you build it.

    Check our web site Any questions, just fill out the comment form. Want to Join us, well there's a form for that too.

    Kindest regards,
    Ken Alger
    CEO
    Timber Virtual Air


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    1. TheDcn's Avatar
      TheDcn -
      Thank you Nel's
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      zenandzen -
      http://tvirtualair.com/ - *This is not very welcoming *-


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