Aviation Rules

Aviation Rules

  1. You must be appropriately certified to pilot aircraft within Fox Hollow, within the restrictions associated with their licensing level.
    1. Licensing violations will result in IC repercussions, or in severe/repeated violations, the immediate return of your aircraft.
  2. Roleplays involving the theft, destruction, disruption, or interruption of aircraft or flight operations must be approved by the Public Safety Manager (PSM).
  3. Roleplays involving aircraft accidents or serious incidents must be approved by the Public Safety Manager, and pre-planned with the appropriate emergency services agency.
  4. In the case of an accidental collision, or if the aircraft becomes unflyable, the flight is considered void and the aircraft must be immediately returned.
    1. If the collision does not cause disruption to roleplay, other flights, or OOC events, the collision does not need to be reported.
    2. If the collision causes disruption to roleplay, other flights, or OOC events, the collision must be reported to the Flight Administrator, along with an online Roleplay Moderator, or the Public Safety Manager.
  5. The use of aircraft to intentionally harass or annoy players/renters is strictly forbidden, and may result in the removal of your license.
  6. Pilots may not linger/hover around or over private parcels without reason.
  7. Pilots may not fly below 110 meters (360 feet) ASL, unless landing/taking off, or if specific job requirements mandates it (Loading/Unloading cargo, rescue operations, etc.) Pilots are requested to maintain 90 meters (295 feet) AGL whenever possible.
  8. Pilots must maintain a minimum separation of 20 meters from other aircraft in flight.
  9. Aerobatics are permitted, but must not take place below 150 meters (492 feet) ASL, and must not be conducted over populated areas. Exceptions to this rule may be made on a case by case basis by Public Service Manager Gabriel ‘Star’ Garcia (dickie200951) or a Public Service Moderator.
  10. Military Style/Combat aircraft are not permitted without approval from the Public Service Team.
  11. Scripts for slung cargo must be previously approved by the Flight Administrator, and must meet the following requirements:
    1. Must be operable across sim borders
    2. Must not permit unrealistic slung loads without hindrance to flight performance
    3. Must not easily become detached from the aircraft
    4. Must not negatively impact sim performance
  12. Aircraft must be of realistic design and timeframe.
  13. Pilots must reasonably limit how often they switch aircraft type. (ie. A pilot who completed their checkride in a fixed wing aircraft would not reasonably fly a rotorcraft the next day).
  14. It is forbidden to fire any type of weapon at aircraft in flight.
  15. All pilots in flight must wear the free Shergood Aviation Transponder Hud, which must be appropriately configured with aircraft and flight details. This is not required if the aircraft is already configured with a Shergood Aviation compatible transponder.
    1. ELT and Squawk Code usage must be responsibly used. Repeated abuse of the system may result in the revocation of your flight license.
    2. To obtain the Shergood Transponder Hud, click here! It’s free!