Aviators Guide to Ireland

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REDUCED PRICE & STG £ option added

Post by aviatorsguide » Fri Aug 05, 2011 11:40 am

We have now added a Sterling £££ payment button and REDUCED THE PRICE of the book. The book is now due to a better printing deal;

£24.95 of your British Pounds
€29.95 of your Skitish Euros

Have a look here http://www.flightguide.me/page7.php?Ses ... bc3ba4a757 and we will ship all orders within 24hrs. P&P is a fiver in either case. The book covers all the different locations over the 32 counties, and gives picture detail to what was previously folklore until recently. We are putting together a DVD of landing/departing the various strips, using a few different A/C for variety. Short fields a specialty;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNOxsMri8Qc

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by Bearcat » Fri Aug 05, 2011 12:46 pm

just purchased one W.

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by aviatorsguide » Fri Aug 05, 2011 1:21 pm

Just posted one D!

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by alphaLaura » Sat Aug 06, 2011 10:31 am

Any prediction on when the dvd of the airfields might be made?
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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by Bearcat » Mon Aug 08, 2011 4:36 pm

I received my Aviators Guide 1st thing in the post this morning. A top class users guide that leaves no stone unturned re what to expect at all the strips in Ireland. Great photography, where a picture speaks a thousand words. I can only say well done to William and Lorcan.......I'll be using this guide as an essential part of my travels. :D

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by aviatorsguide » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:34 pm

Thanks Bearcat,
You certainly have the hardware to exploit the full potential of the book. The flying scene is very quiet, and I'm continually underwhelmed by how many people are out and about. We cant sort the recession, but with a lifetime's flying (& months of work...) condensed into a book/gps file for the price of a can of Mogas it's certainly a good deal. You have the end result of sitting in the airplane for months on end, wondering "where to today"....... Few of them still raise my pulse, over the tree's/wires and through the pole stays at Williamstown yesterday certainly got my full attention!! (as Racecrest can verify) 8)

As for the DVD laura, its back to the drawing board to figure out how to make it interesting. Could end up dull very easily. The out takes could be the best bit.

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by aviatorsguide » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:11 pm

Current issue of Pilot Magazine, Sept 2011 Page 72;
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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by WILCO.XMG » Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:41 am

Went looking for this in Enniskillen but couldn't find one. Any ideas?

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by aviatorsguide » Thu Aug 11, 2011 2:21 pm

The ops guys where you pay for fuel etc, have 7 of them left in stock. Ask for Noel if you can't get any joy,but they are up there. Alternative is we ll be there on Sat/Sunday with them. Either way will get you sorted out.

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by aviatorsguide » Wed Aug 24, 2011 9:04 pm

Aviators Guide Series now available through our exclusive UK retailer - Transair. Easy way to pop a copy in the post.

http://www.transair.co.uk/sp+Ireland-VF ... Guide+6974

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by aviatorsguide » Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:21 pm

Nice review by the Editor of FLYER MAGAZINE on Page 65 in September Edition... (one with the other dave b's lovely cub on the front) - high res scan of the piece here; http://db.tt/drZIyoK

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by aviatorsguide » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:09 pm

See Vimeo sensation Greg Swingle pops in his copy at 02:43 here.....

http://vimeo.com/33180048

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by Joe McDermott » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:46 pm

Excellent product placement old chap !

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by aviatorsguide » Sun Apr 14, 2013 1:26 pm

Hi,
While it's a few years since it's publication there is still reasonable demand for the publication. We're making an eBook version, and we were going to make some amendments to things like frequencies, phone numbers and circuit joins. We'll amend anything listed on the website http://www.flightguide.me/updates.php but if there is something you noticed that is inaccurate then please send us a PM and we'll try sort it out for the eBook version. We probably won't reprint the printed book in the foreseeable future, but an eBook may offer a somewhat more affordable platform to do a totally revised Edition 3 - but again that's not something we'll be taking on anytime soon.

Hopefully the current version is still serving those interested in strip flying well.

Safe Flying,

William & Lorcan

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Re: Aviators Guide to Ireland

Post by rteuteu55 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:58 pm

Hi,

I'm new on this forum (this is my 1st post). This book look like a very good one. I like a lot the preview given on this link:
http://www.flyinginireland.com/news/VFR ... reland.pdf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I just had one question: do you have any ETA on when you'll consider doing the ebook version?

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