VATSIM Cross the Pond Westbound 2021 Airports Announced

Earlier this month, we reported that VATSIM has announced the dates of their highly-anticipated Cross the Pond Westbound 2021 event. Whilst back then, we only knew that the event will take place on Saturday, April 24th, 2021 we did not know anything about which airports can we expect to fly in, or out, of.

Yesterday, VATSIM made an announcement that after counting all the votes from the community, the departure and arrival airports were selected. With that being said, the departure airports are:

  • EGCC – Manchester Airport
  • EGLL – London Heathrow Airport
  • EHAM – Amsterdam Airport
  • EDDF – Frankfurt Airport
  • EIDW – Dublin Airport
  • EKCH – Copenhagen Airport
  • EBBR – Brussels Airport
  • LIMC – Malpensa Airport
  • LPPT – Lisbon Airport
  • ENGM – Oslo Airport

In regards to the arrival airports, there are nine options to select from:

  • CYYZ – Toronto Pearson Airport
  • KBOS – Logan International Airport
  • KJFK – John F. Kennedy International Airport
  • KSFO – San Francisco Airport
  • KIAD – Washington Dulles Airport
  • KORD – Orlando Airport
  • KMIA – Miami Airport
  • KDEN – Denver Airport
  • MYNN – Nassau Airport

It remains unknown when will the slot registrations open, however, stay tuned as we will continue to follow the event at FSNews.

If you’re new to VATSIM, we made a VATSIM Guide that can answer some of your questions about flying on the network.

Author: George

I've been a flight sim enthusiast for some time now, and I've always enjoyed flying to various destinations all over the world. My favourite airport is by far Corfu with its scenic and challenging approach. I founded FSNews in May 2019.

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