Frequently Asked Questions




  • I'm flying out of one of the departure airports being used for the event, do I need to book?

    If you're only flying out of a departure airport and not flying to an event airport, then no, you do no need to book. However, please be aware that you may experience delays if you fly from an event airfield.


  • I'm flying to one of the arrival airports being used for the event, do I need to book?

    If you're only flying to an arrival airport and not flying from an event airport, then no, you do no need to book. However, please be aware that you may experience delays if you fly to an event airfield.


  • What timezone are the times quoted on my booking?

    All times on the Cross The Land website are in UTC (zulu).


  • Do I need to book if I wish to take part in the event?

    In short, yes. If you do not book you will experience lengthy delays in trying to get out of your departure airport.


  • What does TOT stand for?

    TOT stands for "Takeoff Time". This is the time when you're cleared for takeoff.


  • I've booked the wrong callsign or SELCAL. Can I change it?

    You are able to change your callsign or SELCAL yourself by clicking on the appropriate links in the Pilot Area.


  • When will I receive my route for the event?

    The routes will be available on the pilot dashboard approximately 6-12 hours before the event. Please be patient when waiting for your route - there are many pilots and routes to deal with.


  • What if someone else uses my callsign?

    We are unable to reserve callsigns. If the callsign is in use during the event, you would need to connect with a new one.