Rules And Regulations


Regulations

Before joining, read our rules



  INTRODUCTION

This Regulation is part of a set of regulatory documents to be followed by the Tunisian Virtual Airlines crew members, and there is no possibility of refusing or not being aware of the contents of this document. The purpose of this REGULATIONS is to inform all crew members and those who wish to join this Virtual Airline about the main rules of Tunisian Virtual Airlines. This REGULATIONS are made to all who wish to enter it, (here in after referred to as the "Crewman"). The use of our Tunisian companies logos among others is carried out for educational and entertainment purposes and not for profit.

  Manual Control

The Board, together with the CEO, is responsible for making available on the site a complete list of available documents and manuals and their current versions, ie the status of the publication. Once accepted by the Board of Governors, the material will be made available to each crew member through the means deemed necessary, in case of minor revisions a message may be forwarded and in case of significant changes in the documentation a NOTAM and / or e-mail may be issued to the Crew , The crew is always asked to check their e-mail for the Tunisian Virtual Airlines communications. It is the responsibility of the crew to keep their documentation up-to-date according to the status of the documentation disclosed on the VA website.

  Flight Online

It is aimed at the crew to carry out their operations in online flight networks, mainly in IVAO . Tunisian Virtual Airlines is represented by the crew, therefore it is requested that the regulations and codes of conduct in force in the online flight networks are followed. If an attitude of Tunisian Virtual Airlines Crew member is reported in disrespect of the regulation of the flight networks, an internal investigation will be opened and punishments are applicable to the Crew member. Remembering that all crewmembers must use the RMK OPR/TunisianVirtualAirlines), if crew members fail to comply with one of the rules imposed by the flight, shall be rejected by the department. The crew flying in the IVAO should follow the IVAO regulations, imposed by the network , more information HERE

 

GENERAL RULES OF tHE TUNISIAN VIRTUAL AIRLINES


I- INITIAL CONSIDERATIONS

The Tunisian Virtual Airlines is basically a group of a passionate IVAO members whoes simulate the daily life of Tunisian airlines through flight simulators. Tunisian Virtual Airlines is a non-profit organization, in this way, participation is free, provided that all the terms in this regulations are complied with .

II- MINIMUM PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS

It is a prerequisite for participation in the Tunisian Virtual Airlines selection process: Be at least 16 years old on the date of registration. METAR Knowledge, Phraseology and basic regulations of air traffic. Proof of theoretical knowledge through approval in the Initial Theory Exam. Have at least "REGISTRATION" This requirement will be verified as soon as the pilot conducts the exam, with the completion of the simulation network and the IVAO VID being mandatory.

III- ADMISSION

Tunisian Virtual Airlines is a free community, no donations and payments at any form. All expenses required are handled by CEO , all you need just clic on Register tab and read carefully the R&R .

IV- FLIGHT REPORT

The official program for registering flights performed by VA is cACARS. This program records all the necessary flight parameters to the company and also provides the sending and updating of the hours flown by the pilot. Under no circumstances flights / logs sent manually be accepted.

V- SIMULATION RATE CHANGE

Accelerating, reducing or pausing the simulation rate during flights is prohibited by Tunisian Virtual Airlines . Log with rate higher or lower than 1x / normal will not be accepted. IMPORTANT: The use of SLEW / PAUSE during the flights, or if only in the log of the flight this resource, the flight will be deleted, and the pilot will lose the flight as well as the hours flown. We recommend that you disable the SLEW / PAUSE button in the control settings.

VI- INACTIVITY

The pilot is required to make 2 flights within 30 days 'll results an automatic inactivation of the registration. After the inactivation the pilot will have up to 15 days to request the activation of his registration to the staff. After this deadline the account will be deleted and the pilot will lose his registration and flying hours at Tunisian Virtual Airlines. Having to do the whole process again.

VII- ONLINE FLIGHT

All flights must be made online on the IVAO server.

VIII-DISMISSAL

Failure to comply with any of these rules or IVAO  rules may result in temporary or permanent cancellation of the registry of the parties involved.

IX- RETURN TO V.A

Members disconnected from inactivity will not be able to retrieve flight logs from previous registrations. The same must complete the registration process again.

X- PILOT STUDENT IN TRAINING

Upon being approved and having his / her record accepted by the staff, the pilot shall start the scale defined by the Tunisian Virtual Airlines Instruction Department, this scale is in item III of this regulation. 

XI- CAREER PLAN

Trainee - 0 HOURS

Junior First Officer  10 - HOURS

FIRST OFFICER 100 - HOURS

CAPTAIN 500  HOURS

Senior Captain 1000 HOURS

XII- JUMPSEAT (CHANGE OF LOCATION)

JUMPSEAT is not allowed to be used at any airport ..

XIII- PILOT OF ANOTHER VIRTUAL AIRLINE

The Tunisian Virtual Airlines members are free to fly for any other VA's .

XIV- PRIVACY POLICIES GDPR (GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION)

According to the new privacy policies, when registering, the crew member automatically is in accordance with the new rules established by the European Union (GDPR). We don't have any commercial goals. Tunisian Virtual Airline not profit directly or indirectly from using the IVAO network, neither use IVAO™ name to do publicity for the company. We are responsible for the logos and names which we submit to the IVAO database.

 

Fleet

Fixed Wing

  • Airbus A319
  • Airbus A320-211/214
  • Airbus A321
  • Airbus A330-200
  • De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300
  • Challenger 604 Buisness jet
  • Boeing B737-600
  • Boeing B737-300)
  • ATR 72-500 AT72
  • CRJ 900 Bombardier
  • Rotating Handle

  • Eurocopter AS 365 Dauphin