The IVAO Oceanic Region welcomes all pilots and controllers, from all shapes and sizes.
Our Division is not about quantity, its about quality. Although we do have rules, we strive on having the most relaxed, and easy going environment for all our membersAU-DIR, Adam James
Our recent event "Capital Connect" was a great success and we would like to thank all pilots and controllers who participated.
We are hoping the next "Capital Connect" event will be even bigger!
All awards have been issued, see you next time!read more +
Come and support your local division this Sunday! Have an idea for a AU Online event? Contact the events department at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Both Australia and New Zealand have fixed Transition Altitude's and Transition Level's.
Although each country is deffernt.
Australia TA is 10,000ft - TL is FL110.
New Zealand TA is 13,000ft - TL is FL150.
More information about TA and TL can be found at Wikipedia.
Both Australia and New Zealand are RSVM approved. RVSM was implemented to reduce the vertical separation above flight level (FL) 290 from 2000-ft minimum to 1000-ft minimum.
It allows aircraft to safely fly more optimum profiles, gain fuel savings and increase airspace capacity.
East is ODD Example FL370 ,
West is EVEN Example FL380
The default IFR Squawk Code is 2000.
The default VFR Squawk Code is 1200.
7600 Radio Failure.
Default Unicom Channel frequency is 122.800
Emergency GUARD Channel is 121.500