Sometimes it is far quicker, far easier and much more fun to actually speak to someone directly and the VATPAC TeamSpeak server may just resolve that for you.
VATPAC hosts a TeamSpeak server which is available to members 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is an essential tool for co-ordinating with adjacent controllers, mentoring sessions, enjoying group flights together or simply having a chat. It is a great resource which is well used by the division. And best of all, like all other VATSIM services, it's completely free.
1. Go to the TeamSpeak website and download the client appropriate for your operating system. Please note that our server is only compatible with TeamSpeak 3.
The Teamspeak policy, located under the About -> Policies section outlines the requirements and expectations of users that are connected to the Teamspeak.
Although our TeamSpeak layout may seem a little confusing at first, it's actually laid out in a very simple way. If you follow this simple guide to our different rooms, you will familiarize yourself with the layout very quickly.
All members enter this room when first connecting to the server. Voice is disabled.
These rooms can be used for general chat, group flights, controlling sessions and socialising. There are no entry restrictions to these rooms, but please respect the house rules at all times. The Daily Focus room is used each night for different events that occur such as Milk Run, Australia Online, World Discovery and VFR Operations.
These rooms are available for coordination only. They are accessible by those with an ATC rating, so don't be alarmed if you can't access them. Push to talk is required in these rooms. Only members controlling a relevant position may enter. No chat or music.
These rooms are for ATC training and are only accessible by the training staff and their students.
This channel is for VATPAC staff members to chat.
These channels are created for the VATPAC affiliated virtual airlines. To access these channels, contact the airline directly for the details.