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    Including South America in 2018!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crete2Cape View Post
    Including South America in 2018!
    Keep us posted on that one!

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    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.
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    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!
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    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...
    Sam Rutherford
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    Sam,

    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.

    Ernie

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