Including South America in 2018!
Keep us posted on that one!
Originally Posted by Crete2Cape
Keeping in touch...
Could I ask you to do one or all of:
- www.crete2cape.com - sign up to our newsletter on the 'contact' page.
- Follow on Twitter for latest news snippets
- Follow on Facebook for more substantial news
This is the best way to keep informed about both this, but also future events including Ushuaia2NYC in 2019...
Safe flights, Sam.
Draft route for Ushuaia2NYC is published!
Follow us on Twitter @VintageAirRally for details of when, where - and how to be one of the 'who'!
Competitions for free entry at www.VintageAirRally.com - particularly check out the #BestZap competition...
Have fun, good luck!
We did it, safely arrived in Cape Town 30 minutes ahead of schedule - do a google "vintage air rally" for the lowdown.
Beginning of 2018, we have the Ushuaia2USA edition - see our website www.vintageairrally.com for more information shortly...
Now that you have one behind you, providing some history lessons for those interested in the Ushuaia trip would be very helpful. Things like insurance cost/experience, reassembly situation (available help, facilities, tools, etc.), how the aircraft problems were dealt with, are just examples. So far, every time I look at the Wx in Ushuaia it's raining. I would hate to open the container with my aircraft in anything but a dry hangar.
Looking forward to seeing the route plan.
Best is to sign up for the newsletter on the website www.vintageairrally.com - and follow the facebook page if you're on facebook.
We confirmed the support of the Argentinian Navy last week - free use of their hangars for the rebuild process in Ushuaia!
What do you fly?
I signed up for the newsletter but have never received it. Tried signing up again, it says an email was sent to change my profile. Nothing received.
Originally Posted by VintageAirRally
I fly a 1929 Waco ATO (Taperwing)
Hm, sorry about that, but also we haven't sent a newsletter out yet this month, so you're probably on the list correctly. Your plane satisfies the criteria!
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