[OFFICIAL] Community Fly-in Event: Kiribati + Landing Challenges

We will be hosting an Official Fly-in alongside a group of community members (you!) on Twitch. This is an open event, free to those who would like to fly along with us and available for all skill levels. The goal is to have a great time, explore new locations of the world, and make new friends.

Hosted by @Jummivana, @simtom2, and @Pieter1982NL.

When: Friday, 2000Z, for two hours.
Where: The Official Twitch Channel of MSFS

There will also be a Discord event channel open for those who want to voice chat.

Please see below for details on the upcoming Fly-In Event.


This week we are doing something a little different! We thought we’d kick off the first 30-40 minutes with a short community flight around the first inside joke the community came up with when MSFS released: Kiribati.

After that, we have two landing challenges for you! This will be in All Players mode and we will direct you where to spawn so we can watch everyone land.

  1. Saint Barthelemy TFFJ Landing Challenge
  2. SABA Landing Challenge

We will start with Kiribati. All flight plans are below.


Use any GA plane!

First load the Kiribati flight plan. Please load your aircraft 10 minutes prior to take off and taxi over to the taxiway or parking.


We will be using either Few Clouds or clear skies.


Please adhere to the following settings so you can see everyone / be seen by everyone.

Variable Setting
Server North Europe
Multiplayer All
Live traffic As desired
Weather Few Clouds


To communicate with others, a voice channel on the "Official Microsoft Flight Simulator Discord” at https://discord.gg/msfs will be available to join.

It is advised in this flight to turn off both aircraft collisions and terrain collisions. If you do crash, you can use “slew” mode to join the pack. If the pack will be too scattered before the first stop, we will use slew on a defined point to regroup.


A .PLN file is provided here: Kiribati.pln (2.3 KB) St_Barthelemy_and_Saba_landing_challenge.pln (2.4 KB)

To use the flight plan, follow these steps:

  1. Download the flight plan to a easy-to-remember location
  2. Open MSFS
  3. Go to the globe
  4. Click “Load/Save” on the bottom of your screen
  5. Click “Load”
  6. Navigate to the downloaded flight plan
  7. Click load.


This is meant to be a fun and informal flight. Everybody is welcome, no matter the amount of experience.


Is this for retirees? Right in the middle of the workday… blah.

Depends on Your location. I live in Europe, so this date is perfect for me. :slight_smile:


Almost time and no plan?!

Plans have been added!


What a fun event, thank you for planning and hosting!
An embarassing landing on camera will bring me to the hall of shame, but well, there’s good company :smiley:

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Thanks for a new experience for me! See you next time.

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Thanks to everyone who showed up! We’ll make sure it’s a more organized event next time.


Didn’t get to fly with you but enjoyed watching the video. I see I’m not as bad a pilot as I thought.


First participation for me. Even first multiplayer expérience since my beginning with FS98! I did the first two legs with you and went back to work. Much appreciated. Thanks to the team!


Glad to see some new folks joining us for these events! You are always welcome. :slight_smile:


Made a video of the fly-in event, was fun.