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Mountain Air tours are pre-defined flights and flight sequences that must be completed and verified in order. Certain rules will generally apply to each tour, and those rules will be specified on the tour pages. When completed, bonus points and awards are generally given. These tours help pilots discover the world of Mountain Air and provide some structured flying. New tours will be added periodically and will be announced in the forums.


NOTE: State Capitol tour rules have been amended. See the detail page or the forum post

Use the button to submit a request to begin a tour or to report a tour PIREP for approval


Available Tours - Click tour number to go to that tour's page
Participating Pilots Tour Name Description
See Details 28 U. S. State Capitals Tour The state capital tour is an open-ended and perpetual (will not expire) group of flights where you will land in and then depart from each of the 48 state capitals in the continental United States. Legs are routed through our focus cities whenever possible. Legs are pre-defined and you must do each leg in order. Your next leg will be listed for you on the tour page. After finishing your leg, you must submit a PIREP and request the flight be approved toward the tour. That will then authorize your next leg to be flown.
See Details 18 Canadian Capitals Tour The Canadian capitals tour is an open-ended and perpetual group of flights where you will land in and then depart from each of the Provincial capitals in Canada. Legs are routed through our focus cities whenever possible. Legs are pre-defined and you must do each leg in order. Your next leg will be listed for you on the tour page. After finishing your leg, you must submit a PIREP and request the flight be approved toward the tour. That will then authorize your next leg to be flown.
See Details 0 National Parks Tour **NOT YET ACTIVE*** The National Parks tour is an open-ended and perpetual group of flights where you will land in and then depart from designated airports that correspond with most American or Canadian National Parks. Not all parks will be represented, because some are in locations too remote for airline operations. Legs are routed through our focus cities whenever possible. Legs are pre-defined and you must do each leg in order. Your next leg will be listed for you on the tour page. After finishing your leg, you must submit a PIREP and request the flight be approved toward the tour. PLEASE READ the rules for the tour and note that there are some new rules for this tour, including required FSACARS use and maximum allowable landing rates.

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