Jumpseat Chatter JSC

Congrats to Jonz Lynch!

In early August we started the July screenshot competition. I picked 3 screenshots that really stood out and they went up to the test over the past 2 weeks. On Friday the results were corrected and the winner of the July contest is Jonz Lynch! He won a good 45% of the vote with Trevor just behind with 36% of the vote. Jonz will get his photo featured on our website, social media cover photos, Read more…

Screenshot Contest

Last Call for Voting!

This is the last call as Voting for our July Screenshot Contest ends on Friday, August 16th! The last email with the link included will be going out on Friday afternoon. Please vote as we want every member to participate in this contest. Jonz Lynch is currently in the lead with 44% of the vote with Trevor DeLong trailing behind with 33% of the vote! Link to Vote: https://forms.gle/VnhJhKgwibr6DkjF8

Jumpseat Chatter

JSC Released!

This week’s Jumpseat Chatter has been sent out to your inboxes. Please make sure you check your email and also your spam folder. If you have not received the email you can message us on any of our social networks or email us at [email protected] so we can get you onto the mailing list. JSC includes flight simulation news, vUSCI news, and special announcements! We send it out every week on either Sunday or Monday.

Screenshot Contest

July Screenshot Contest Has Started!

For 2 weeks we will be running this screenshot competition and you can vote for any of your favorite screenshots! Here’s the link to the form: https://forms.gle/xUAYWxv9kJG5H5ka6 Take a Vote on what YOU think is the best screenshot of July. The winner will have their screenshot posted over social media and will win the cover photo for the month of August on our very own Facebook group. If you want to participate in the next competition Read more…

FlightSimExpo

Check Your Inboxes!

This morning we just sent out our Summer Update for July! This update is BIG and includes a lot of information about changes and an FSExpo Recap. Go ahead and check your inboxes and don’t forget your Spam folder. Here is a preview of the Summer Update: As the month of July comes to a close I thought I should give a little bit of a summer update to include our pilots on various news Read more…

Aircraft News

United With a Big Presence at Airventure 2019

Hello all! This is your SVP of Communications. We will be releasing a summer update for vUSCI sometime soon, but every Avgeek knows that this week is EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2019. I was fortunate to go for Monday and Wednesday of the week. On Wednesday United Airlines brought their Boeing 787-8 for Womenventure. They are honoring women who are involved in aviation. I was able to speak and visit inside the cabin of the 787 Read more…

Virtual United Social Club

FlightSimExpo Press Release

We at Virtual United Social Club, Inc. are thrilled to announce our attendance at FlightSimExpo 2019 in Orlando, Florida. It’s an excellent opportunity to demonstrate our organization to the flight simulation community. Along with displaying our organization, we will be able to network with our sponsors and partners. We would not be where we are today if not for them. Our President & CEO Robby Sayles, Vice President of World Communications & Development Jay Kidder, Read more…

Skynet

vUSCI May 2019 Update

May is well underway, which means it is time to update everyone on what is happening here at Virtual United Social Club! SKYNET We recently have made some changes to SKYNET. Most of these changes deal with the user interface. So, the next time you log into SKYNET, you may see some changes to your dashboard which include the destination of the month listed and the current weather at the airport you last landed. In Read more…

Skynet

Skynet Update 4

As we pass the one week mark with SKYNET & SKYLINK, this is a great time to pause and reflect on where we started this week, to where we are now, to where we go from here.  I also want to start by saying, this week could not have been so successful without the help of all of our pilots and staff.  Without your countless bug reports, suggestions, and feedback, we could not have made Read more…