WAC 2009 @ Silverstone

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WAC 2009 @ Silverstone

Post by michael747 » Wed Aug 12, 2009 4:14 pm

Hey all,

Anybody heading to the WAC this year?
RYR have dirt cheap flights to Birmingham for about €37 return including tax from DUB
I'll be heading over on Thursday the 27th and back on the 30th..

Really looking forward to it.

Only Irish contender this year according to the website is Dave B in his SU26.
No sign of Eddie G signing up yet.
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Post by Flyer1 » Wed Aug 12, 2009 5:42 pm

I think WAC is just Unlimited level. Eddie is at Advanced level.

Would be nice to get a few posts up from Dave on how he has been training for WAC.

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Post by alphaLaura » Wed Aug 12, 2009 9:51 pm

The WAC is an unlimited level competition: http://www.wac2009admin.com/

The Advanced European Championships are on at the moment in Radom, Poland - http://www.eaac2009.com/. The next Advanced World Aerobatic Champs (AWAC) is on in Sweden in 2010.

I was considering going to Silverstone for the final weekend of WAC but I'm thinking my money would be better spent on my own flying!
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