Welcome to the Miami Air Route Traffic Control Center! The Miami ARTCC is made up of aviation and air traffic control enthusiasts who control the virtual skies from Tampa to Key West and points eastward over the Bahamas.
Flying in Miami?
Ever wondered why the controller changed the route you filed? Or why the controller assigned you a really low intermediate altitude when departing KFLL?
So you’re already a VATSIM pilot and you’re looking to take your flight simulation hobby to the next level. Or, perhaps you’re already a VATSIM controller looking for a new and fun place to control.
The Pilot Information Briefing for the Cross The Pond Eastbound event scheduled for the morning of Saturday, October 25th is now available. Click above to visit the Pilot Downloads section to get your copy today. Updated on the 21st of October.
All controllers should update their VRC client to utilize the newest ARTCC sector file, Version 2014-P (AIRAC 1410). This update incorporates many changes at areas including KFLL, the Tampa TRACON and more. Click above for details.
Updated and redesigned RNAV Takeoff Reference, SID Reference and STAR Reference sheets have been released for AIRAC 1410. Download of these new files is strongly encouraged given extensive updates. Click above to access.
A new ZMA VRC Position (POF) file, v8.0, has been released and is the first revision since July 2012. It can be downloaded by clicking above. Use of this file is required for any individual anticipating controlling during Cross The Pond.