FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions


When a violation of  VATSIM Code of Conduct (CoC) or VATSIM Code of Regulations (CoR) occurs for any user of VATSIM feel free to contact a Supervisor using the command .wallop followed by a help request message (in English), for example: “I need help”.

Take note of the largest amount of relevant information, such as date and time, place, people involved (callsigns and names), flight plans, and other circumstances that give clarity about the incident, besides, ensure to have documents that support your statement, such as Screenshots, private conversations by text or voice, mention of witnesses, etc.

-Have a valid e-mail address.

-All information you provide during registration (including your e-mail address) must be real and it will be used strictly in accordance with VATSIM’s Privacy Policy.

-At least thirteen (13) years of age and you authorize VATSIM to use any information submitted as part of the application process for internal purposes.

 

If you are agree feel free to fill the VATSIM Registration FORM HERE.

To become a VATCA approved Air Traffic Controller you must first join a VATSIM Region and Division. You need to select the Region of South America  & Division of Central America. It is important to consider the local timezone of the Division you join.

If you want to apply for VATCA ATC feel free to fill this form ATC Training Request Form.

Now VATCA do not have ATO Trainig program, but we are working on it, meanwhile you can access to the option to optain P1 Rating on VATSIM’s pilot training program, see VATSIM Pilot Training website.

VATSIM (short for the Virtual Air Traffic Simulation Network) is a completely free online platform which allows virtual pilots, wherever they are in the world, to connect their flight simulators into one shared virtual world. VATSIM also simulates air traffic control in this virtual world, creating the ultimate as-real-as-it-gets experience for you, the virtual aviation enthusiast.

No, you can’t, but if you are an ATC you can collaborate as a ATC Visitor and if you are a pilot you can fly any where.