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Database Flight Number:651
Year of the Flight:2019
Pilot in Command name:Long
First name:Jack
Gender:Male
Pilot's Nationality:USA
Crew or Solo:Crew
Crew 1 Last Name:Marvil
Crew 1 First Name:Josh
Nationality:USA
Crew 2 Last Name:
Crew 2 First Name:
Nationality:
Class:Turboprop
Brand:Pilatus
Model:PC-12/45
Type:PC-12/45
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Aircraft Name:
Number:N575PC
Route:West
Atlantic Crossing:South
Pacific Crossing:South
Duration:59 days, 139.0 hours
Length:29,899 NM
Web Link:https://finaltimearound.blogspot.com/
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Remarks: Also part of the flight were:
Carolyn Long and Becky Marvil.

The whole flight went perfectly.
No mechanical or serious weather problems,
stayed on schedule,
and only a couple of minor permits issues.
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Details: Obtaining jet fuel at Robinson Crusoe Island/SCIR and any of the outlying islands
of French Polynesia requires a lot of advance planning for special delivery of fuel in barrels.
Also, the French Polynesian CAA require affluent French speaker onboard for operations
at Totegegie Airport/NTGJ but may be willing to waive that requirement with special procedures.
We ended up landing at Tureia, French Polynesia/NTGY (for fuel from Air Tahiti barrels)
which is uncontrolled and thus a French speaker is not required.
However, the French Polynesian immigration officials will not allow
an overnight stop at any of the outlying islands (just a quick fuel stops)
without clearing customs at Tahiti/NTAA first.
So, a flight from Easter Island must go all the way to Tahiti/NTAA without any overnight stops.
Last update:  17/4/2019




Last update: January 14, 2020
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