• Canadian Xpress August 2019 Challenge - Short & Heavy I

    Canadian Xpress August 2019 Challenge - Short & Heavy I

    For the August and September monthly challenges we will be flying the shortest regularly scheduled flights with the two heaviest airliners; the Boeing 747-400 and the Airbus A380-800 which are available to all pilots regardless of rank, but only for the challenge. These flights are single leg scheduled flights and not a stopover or short hop as part of a longer route.

    This month, we fly the shortest scheduled flight for the Boeing 747. The 250-mile flight between Tokyo (RJAA) and Osaka (RJOO). This flight operated for many years with the 747 running at max passenger capacity for the 747-400. Today this flight operates several times daily using the Airbus A321, Boeing 777-300 and Boeing 787-8.

    Join Canadian Xpress today in order to participate as there are some great prizes to be won including:

    • Aerosoft Products
    • Bonus Flight Hours
    • Canadian Xpress Monthly Challenge Award

    The August 2019 Challenge is open to all Canadian XpressA® pilots from August 5th, until August 29th, 2019.

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