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F3A OPEN INTERNATIONAL 2010

Old 07-08-2010, 03:47 PM
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Hello Guys!!
Here is the bulletin for the F3A open international 2010, to be held in MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA as well as some pictures from the last events.

Everyone interested let me know and I will mail you the official Bulletin. also for any questions here is some contact info

[email protected]
[email protected]

Here is the registered pilots list so far:


XAVIER ALMEIDA (Ecuador)
EDUARDO AVILES (Ecuador)
PABLO KURI (Ecuador)
CESAR PAREDES (Ecuador)
LUIS PAVON (Ecuador)
HUGO TROYA (Ecuador)
EDUARDO CARRERA (Ecuador)
NEY A. MANCHENO (Ecuador)
FEDERICO HINESTROSA (Colombia)
MARCELO VELEZ (Colombia)
JOSE FERNANDO BOTERO (Colombia)
ALEJANDRO ARANGO (Colombia)
DIEGO CEBALLOS (Colombia)
ROBERTO MARTINEZ SEGURA (Colombia)
CARLOS SILVA (Venezuela)
ALEJANDRO PEREIRA (Venezuela)
DANIEL ROJAS (Venezuela)
MARCELO COLOMBO (Argentina)
CHAD NORTHEAST (Canada)
JIM WOODWARD (USA)
JOHN BAINATHSAH (Suriname)



Best Regards!!
TUNY




Open International F3A 2010
Llanogrande, Antioquia – Colombia

BULLETIN 2
Caracas, June 21 2010

The Aeromodelling Club Dedalo from Venezuela, with the support of the Club de Aeromodelos de Rionegro (Colombia), the Club Campestre (Colombia) and the Colombian Federation Of Air Sports are pleased to invite you to the F3A Open International to be held in Llanogrande, Antioquia – Colombia from November 3rd to November 7th.

1. ORGANIZATION: the event organization will be in charge of the Club de Aeromodelismo Dedalo from Venezuela and the Colombian Federation of Air Sports, Mr. Carlos Rivero has been appointed as Contest Director. The official website of the event is www.fedeaereos.org, all official publications will be there

2. OFFICIAL FLYING SITE AND PRACTICE SITES: The contest will be held in Colombia in the Club Campestre, located at Llanogrande – Antioquia 10 minutes from the international airport Jose Maria Cordoba. The club has its own hotel with duplex rooms, suites, gym, business center, golf, tennis, squash, football, swimming pool, etc. The flying field is a 300m-long grass runway and will be available for practice from Friday October 29th for pilots staying in the club hotel, and from Tuesday November 2nd for pilots staying outside the club. The club and the organization will provide airplane storage during the night and 110v outlets for battery chargers.

A practice site will be available from Friday October 29th for registered pilots in the Club Deportivo de Aeromodelismo de Rionegro, located 10km from the official site. This site has a grass runway 193m-long, during practice flights frequency control will be responsibility of the pilots.

3. OFFICIAL DATES: From November 4th to November 6th 2010

4. PILOTS: there will be no limitations for the number of pilots for each country. All pilots must present a valid 2010 FAI license. Only USA pilots may present AMA license.

IMPORTANT: Each country must present a Team Manager that can be a Pilot who will be in charge in all communications with the organization.

On Wednesday November 3rd during the official inscriptions all team managers must deliver its national flag and anthem, this will be returned at the end of the contest.

5. ORDINARY REGISTRATIONS: until Friday October 1st 2010.

The organization offers 3 types of registration:

Ordinary registration A: For pilots only
Price: 400 USD
Includes:
• 4 nights / 5 days stay at the club hotel in triple rooms, check-in November 3rd, check-out November 7th
• Breakfast and one daily meal (lunch or dinner on pilot’s choice)
• All Transportations to and from the airport
• Hotel insurance
• Local phone calls
• Swimming pool access
• Unlimited WI-FI internet service
• All taxes included
• All club services such as golf, tennis, etc.

NOT INCLUDED: mini bar, room service, international or mobile phone calls, and laundry service.

Ordinary registration B: For pilots only

Price: 300 USD. Only includes participation in the event.

Ordinary registration C: for team members not participating in the event.
Price: 230 USD

• 4 nights / 5 days stay at the club hotel in triple rooms, check-in November 3rd, check-out November 7th
• Breakfast and one daily meal (lunch or dinner on pilot’s choice)
• All Transportations to and from the airport
• Hotel insurance
• Local phone calls
• Swimming pool access
• Unlimited WI-FI internet service
• All taxes included
• All club services such as golf, tennis, etc.


NOT INCLUDED: mini bar, room service, international or mobile phone calls, and laundry service.

6. LATE REGISTRATION: All registrations formalized later than October 1st will have a 100 USD extra charge.

7. ADITIONAL RATES: For all team members arriving before November 3rd the following rates will apply.

RATES CLUB CAMPESTRE
Room Price Accommodation includes
Duplex 100 USD 1 o 2 persons Breakfast, insurance and taxes
Suite 120 USD 1 o 2 persons Breakfast, insurance and taxes
Additional Person 35 USD Breakfast, insurance and taxes

These rates do not include transportation, mini bar, room service, international and mobile phone calls or laundry service.

ALL CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OLD STAYS FREE OF CHARGE




8. PAYMENTS: All payments will be by wire transfer to the FEDERACION COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AEREOS account number 01348477171 in BANCOLOMBIA

The registration process is official when the proof of payment is received in the e-mail [email protected]



9. PROGRAM:


Tuesday November 2nd and Wednesday November 3rd
Unofficial practices.

Wednesday November 3rd
4:00 pm Official Registration, Model Processing. At the official flying site
6:00 pm Opening ceremony at the official flying site.
8:00 pm Welcome Cocktail, cost: 15 USD for each team member.





Thursday november 4th
6:00 am a 6:45 am Transmitter impound (Except 2.4 GHz). No transmitters will be received after these hours.
6:30 am judge’s flights
7:00 am 6:00 pm Preliminary rounds (P11)

Friday November 5th
6:00 am a 6:45 am Transmitter impound (Except 2.4 GHz). No transmitters will be received after these hours.
6:30 am judge’s flights
7:00 am 6:00 pm Preliminary rounds (P11)

Saturday 6 de November
6:00 am a 6:45 am Transmitter impound (Except 2.4 GHz). No transmitters will be received after these hours.
6:30 am judge’s flights
7:00 am 6:00 pm Preliminary rounds (P11)
7:00 pm Award ceremony for non finalists.

Sunday 7 de October
6:00 am a 6:45 am Transmitter impound (Except 2.4 GHz). No transmitters will be received after these hours.
6:30 am judge’s flights
7:00 am 2:00 pm Finals rounds (F11)
2:00 pm Awards Ceremony


10. RULES:

a. The event rules will be from the FAI sporting code, section 4, January 2010.
b. During the model processing all pilots may use as back-up model any plane from other pilot.
c. For 2.4 ghz transmitters there is no radio impound.
d. Noise test will be on grass for all pilots before each flight.
e. All planes will be weighted after each flight
f. Top 30% of the pilots will go through to the finals.

11. COMPLAINS: All complains must be presented to the contest director by the team manager in a written document and will have a cost of 50 USD




12. MISCELANEOUS:
- The official currency in Colombia is the Colombian Peso, and the current exchange rate is (1 USD = 1,902.78 Peso).
- The electricity in Colombia is 110 volts.
- The frequencies for R/C flying in Colombia are: 2,4 ghz, 72 mhz, 35 mhz, 53 mhz

13. JUDGES: Each Team Manager may nominate judges candidates after August 15th 2010, they must guarantee that they know the sporting code and have experience judging FAI contests. The organization, depending on the number of pilots registered and the upcoming sponsorships, may pay for the traveling expenses of the judges. This will be announced
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Old 08-22-2010, 09:42 PM
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Default RE: F3A OPEN INTERNATIONAL 2010

Hola a todos / Hello Everybody

Ya hay un segundo boletin y un formato para la inscripcion en la pagina de Fedeaereos

There is a scond bulletin published and a special website to sign in at Fedeaereos (Colombian Federation of Air Sports)

http://www.fedeaereos.org/

saludos! / Regards



Marcelo Velez



Old 09-26-2010, 10:56 PM
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Hey Guys
I`m getting ready to go to Columbia for the International F3A event
how many Guys from the States are planning on Using Glow

I tried to go to the new bulletin and see who was entered, But the link is not working

Bryan
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LA FEDERACIÓN COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AÉREOS
CLUB DE AEROMODELISMO DÉDALO CARACAS – VENEZUELA
Septiembre 20 de 2010 Bogotá - Colombia
Abierto Internacional F3A 2010
Llanogrande – Antioquia – Colombia
BOLETÍN 3
Bogotá, septiembre 20 de 2010
La Federación Colombiana de Deportes Aéreos y el
Club Dédalo de Aeromodelismo de Venezuela con
apoyo del Club Campestre (Colombia) y el Club
Aeromodelos del Rionegro (Colombia) tienen el gusto
de invitarlos al Abierto Internacional F3A que se
realizará del 3 al 7 de noviembre del presente año en
Llanogrande – Antioquia – Colombia.
1. ORGANIZADORES: La organización del evento está a cargo de la
Federación Colombiana de Deportes Aéreos y el Club Dédalo de
Aeromodelismo de Venezuela quienes han nombrado al señor Eduardo Aviles
como Director de este Abierto Internacional de F3A. La pagina oficial en
donde se encuentra toda la información relacionada con el evento y el
formulario de inscripción es www.fedeaereos.org
2. LUGAR, PISTA OFICIAL Y SITIOS DE PRÁCTICA: La competencia
se realizará en Colombia en la sede del Club
Campestre ubicada en Llanogrande –
Antioquia a 10 minutos del aeropuerto
internacional Jose Maria Córdoba. El Club
Campestre cuenta con habitaciones dúplex
y suites, gimnasio al aire libre, bussines
center, zonas húmedas, zonas deportivas,
campo de golf, canchas de tenis, squash y
futbol, piscina, salón de juegos, etc. La pista de aeromodelos, en grama y
con una longitud de 300 metros, estará disponible para entrenamientos a
partir del viernes 29 de octubre, para
pilotos hospedados en el club y desde
el martes 2 de noviembre para pilotos
inscritos no hospedados en el club. El
club y la organización proveerán un
lugar adecuado para alojar en las
noches los aeromodelos desarmados,
adicionalmente se instalarán puntos
eléctricos de 110 voltios para la conexión de fuentes de poder y cargadores.
LA FEDERACIÓN COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AÉREOS
CLUB DE AEROMODELISMO DÉDALO CARACAS – VENEZUELA
Septiembre 20 de 2010 Bogotá - Colombia
El Club Deportivo de Aeromodelismo de Rionegro pone, a partir del viernes
29 de octubre, a disposición de los pilotos
inscritos, sus instalaciones ubicadas a 10
kilómetros del Club Campestre como sitio de
práctica. La pista es de 193 metros de
longitud y en grama. Los pilotos foráneos
tendrán prioridad en su utilización. Durante
los entrenamientos no oficiales el control de
frecuencias será responsabilidad de los
pilotos.
3. FECHA DEL EVENTO: Los dÃ*as oficiales del evento son 3, 4, 5, 6 y 7
de noviembre de 2010.
4. PARTICIPANTES: Hasta un máximo de 35 pilotos, sin importar su
nacionalidad y sin lÃ*mite por paÃ*s, con licencia FAI 2010. Los organizadores
se reservan el derecho de inscribir hasta tres (3) pilotos adicionales a este
número. Únicamente se aceptará licencia AMA a pilotos extranjeros
residentes fuera de Colombia. A los pilotos extranjeros, que no tengan
licencia AMA ni licencia FAI, la Federación Colombiana de Deportes Aéreos
les suministrará una licencia temporal por valor de 10 usd.
Pilotos inscritos en proceso de inscripción a la fecha:
PILOTO PAÍS
1 Marcelo Colombo Argentina
2 Chad Northeast Canadá
3 Juan Rombaut España
4 Bertt Wickizer Estados Unidos
5 Bryan Hebert Estados Unidos
6 Wolfgang Matt Liechtenstein
7 Alejandro Arango Colombia
8 Antonio Rodriguez Colombia
9 Diego Ceballos Colombia
10 Federico Hinestrosa Colombia
11 Jorge Hernán Lozano Colombia
12 Luis Guillermo Calle Colombia
13 Marcelo Vélez Colombia
14 Roberto Martinez Segura Colombia
15 Cesar Paredes Ecuador
LA FEDERACIÓN COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AÉREOS
CLUB DE AEROMODELISMO DÉDALO CARACAS – VENEZUELA
Septiembre 20 de 2010 Bogotá - Colombia
16 Eduardo Carrera Ecuador
17 Hugo Troya Ecuador
18 Luis Pavon Ecuador
19 Ney Mancheno Ecuador
20 Pablo Kuri Ecuador
21 Santiago Martinez Ecuador
22 Xavier Almeida Ecuador
23 Alejandro Pereira Venezuela
24 Carlos Silva Venezuela
25 Daniel Rojas Venezuela
IMPORTANTE: La delegación de cada paÃ*s deberá nombrar su Director de
Equipo o Team Manager que puede ser o no participante, quien se encargará
de transmitir cualquier inquietud de su equipo a la organización.
PAÍS TEAM MANAGER
1 Ecuador Pablo Kuri
2 Venezuela Calos Silva
3 España Cristóbal Rombaut
4 Liechtenstein Wolfgang Matt
5 Canadá Chad Northeast
6 Argentina Marcelo Colombo
7 Estados Unidos Sin definir
8 Colombia Roberto Vélez
El miércoles 3 de noviembre en el proceso de formalización de las
inscripciones cada director de equipo debe entregar una bandera de su paÃ*s
de aproximadamente 1,5m X 1m y un CD con el himno nacional. Estos serán
devueltos al final del evento.
5. INSCRIPCIONES ORDINARIAS: El plazo máximo para las
inscripciones ordinarias es hasta el viernes 1 de octubre del 2010. Los pasos
para la inscripción son:
1. Pago de la inscripción: Consignación o transferencia electrónica.
2. EnvÃ*o del comprobante de consignación o transferencia: Imagen digital
a uno de los siguientes correos electrónicos: [email protected],
[email protected] o [email protected] o por fax al
+571 6918819
3.Diligenciar el formulario que se encuentra en www.fedeaereos.org o
http://www.contactocrm.com/abiertof3a2010/
LA FEDERACIÓN COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AÉREOS
CLUB DE AEROMODELISMO DÉDALO CARACAS – VENEZUELA
Septiembre 20 de 2010 Bogotá - Colombia
Se han definido tres modalidades de inscripción Ordinaria:
Inscripción Ordinaria Tipo A:
Valor: Cuatrocientos dólares (400usd)
Incluye:
· Alojamiento: En acomodación triple por 4 noches y cinco dÃ*as.
Entrando el miércoles 3 y saliendo el domingo 7 de noviembre.
· Alimentación: Desayuno americano (J,V,S,D) y una comida diaria
según menú establecido por la organización (Almuerzo o Cena a
elección del piloto. M,J,V,S,D)
· Transporte: Aeropuerto – Club Campestre – Aeropuerto.
· Seguro Hotelero
· Llamadas locales
· Zonas húmedas
· Internet Wifi ilimitado
· Impuestos
· Todos los servicios como piscina, campo de golf, canchas de tenis, etc.
NO INCLUYE: Mini bar, Room service, Llamadas nacionales, celular o destino
internacional, Servicio de lavanderÃ*a, Consumos adicionales en los puntos de
servicio
Inscripción Ordinaria Tipo B:
Valor: Trescientos dólares (300usd) incluye únicamente la participación al
Abierto.
Inscripción Acompañante (NO PARTICIPANTE) Tipo C:
Valor: Doscientos treinta dólares (230usd)
Incluye:
· Alojamiento: En acomodación triple: 4 noches, entrando el miércoles 3
y saliendo el domingo 7 de noviembre.
· Alimentación: Desayuno americano (J,V,S,D) y una comida diaria
según menú establecido por la organización (Almuerzo o Cena a
elección del piloto. M,J,V,S,D)
· Transporte: Aeropuerto – Club Campestre – Aeropuerto.
· Seguro Hotelero
· Llamadas locales
· Zonas húmedas
· Internet Wifi ilimitado
· Impuestos
· Todos los servicios como piscina, campo de golf, canchas de tenis, etc.
LA FEDERACIÓN COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AÉREOS
CLUB DE AEROMODELISMO DÉDALO CARACAS – VENEZUELA
Septiembre 20 de 2010 Bogotá - Colombia
NO INCLUYE: Mini bar, Room service, Llamadas nacionales, celular o destino
internacional, Servicio de lavanderÃ*a, Consumos adicionales en los puntos de
servicio
6. INSCRIPCIONES EXTRAORDINARIAS: Todas las inscripciones que
se formalicen (consignación, envÃ*o de comprobante y formulario web)
después del 1 de octubre se consideran extraordinarias y tendrán un recargo
de cien dólares (100usd)
7. TARIFAS ADICIONALES: Para pilotos participantes o acompañantes
que ingresen al Club Campestre antes del miércoles 3 de noviembre
aplicarán las siguientes tarifas:
TARIFAS HOSPEDAJE CLUB CAMPESTRE
Tipo Valor X Noche Acomodación Incluye
Dúplex 100usd 1 o 2 personas Desayuno, seguro e impuestos
Suite 120usd 1 o 2 personas Desayuno, seguro e impuestos
Persona Adicional 35usd Desayuno, seguro e impuestos
Estas tarifas son únicamente para hospedaje y no incluyen: Alimentación,
Transporte, Mini bar, Room service, Llamadas nacionales, celular o destino
internacional, Servicio de lavanderÃ*a
PARA TODOS LOS CASOS, LOS NIÑOS MENORES DE 12 AÑOS NO
PAGAN ALOJAMIENTO
8. PAGO DE INSCRIPCIONES: El pago se realizará mediante
consignación a nombre de la Federación Colombiana de Deportes Aéreos en
la cuenta corriente del banco BANCOLOMBIA numero 01348477171
Para transferencias internacionales por favor tener en cuenta lo siguiente:
· A nombre de: Federación Colombiana de Deportes Aéreos
· Teléfono: +571 6918819
· Cuenta Corriente numero 01348477171 de BANCOLOMBIA
· Bogotá - Colombia
Banco pagador: BANCOLOMBIA
SWIFT BANCOLOMBIA: COLOCOBM
Para giros en DÓLARES:
Banco intermediario:
CITIBANK de Nueva York
Código ABA: 021000089
Para giros en EUROS:
Banco intermediario:
DEUTSCHE BANK de Alemania
SWIFT: DEUTDEFF
LA FEDERACIÓN COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AÉREOS
CLUB DE AEROMODELISMO DÉDALO CARACAS – VENEZUELA
Septiembre 20 de 2010 Bogotá - Colombia
SWIFT: CITIUS33
Acreditar a la cuenta:
#36006658 de BANCOLOMBIA
IBAN (International Bank Account
number):
DE89500700100951331800
Acreditar a la cuenta:#100951331800 de
BANCOLOMBIA
El proceso de inscripción será válido cuando se reciba el comprobante de
transferencia vÃ*a e-mail a la dirección [email protected] y sea
diligenciado el formulario.
9. PROGRAMA GENERAL (NO DEFINITIVO):
Martes 2 de noviembre
Pista libre. Practicas no oficiales. El control de frecuencias es
responsabilidad de los pilotos.
8:00 pm Coctel de bienvenida. Cuota por persona: Quince dólares (15usd)
Lugar: Sede Aeromodelos Club Campestre Llanogrande.
Miércoles 3 de noviembre
8:00 am Formalización inscripciones, entrega de banderas e himnos. Model
Processing (Presentación obligatoria de todos los aeromodelos, principal y
remplazo si es el caso) Lugar: Sede Aeromodelos Club Campestre
Llanogrande.
10:00 am Actos protocolarios y Reunión Técnica (asistencia obligatoria de
todos los pilotos) Lugar: Sede Aeromodelos Club Campestre Llanogrande.
11:00 am Entrega de transmisores (Excepto 2.4 GHz). No se recibirá
ningún radio después de esta hora.
11:30 am vuelo de nivelación jueces
12:00 m 6:00 pm 1ra Ronda Preliminar (Tabla P11)
Jueves 4 de noviembre
6:00 am a 6:45 am Entrega de transmisores (Excepto 2.4 GHz). No se
recibirá ningún radio después de esta hora.
6:30 am vuelo de nivelación jueces
7:00 am 6:00 pm 2da y 3ra Ronda Preliminar (Tabla P11)
Viernes 5 de noviembre
6:00 am a 6:45 am Entrega de transmisores (Excepto 2.4 GHz). No se
recibirá ningún radio después de esta hora.
6:30 am vuelo de nivelación jueces
7:00 am 12 m 4ta Ronda Preliminar (Tabla P11)
12 m a 6:00 pm 5ta Ronda Preliminar (Tabla P11) optativa y a discreción
del Director del Abierto de acuerdo a disponibilidad de tiempo
LA FEDERACIÓN COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AÉREOS
CLUB DE AEROMODELISMO DÉDALO CARACAS – VENEZUELA
Septiembre 20 de 2010 Bogotá - Colombia
Sábado 6 de noviembre
6:00 am a 6:45 am Entrega de transmisores (Excepto 2.4 GHz). No se
recibirá ningún radio después de esta hora.
6:30 am vuelo de nivelación jueces
7:00 am 12 m 6ta Ronda Preliminar (Tabla P11) optativa y a discreción del
Director del Abierto de acuerdo a disponibilidad de tiempo
12 m a 6:00 pm 1ra y 2da Ronda Final (Tabla F11)
7:00 pm Actividad de clausura
Domingo 7 de noviembre
6:45 am a 7:15 am Entrega de transmisores (Excepto 2.4 GHz). No se
recibirá ningún radio después de esta hora.
7:00 am vuelo de nivelación de jueces
7:30 am 11:30 am 3ra y 4ta Ronda Final (F11)
2:00 pm Premiación
10. REGLAMENTACIÓN:
1. Se aplicará el Código Deportivo FAI Sección 4 edición enero 2010.
2. Durante el Model Processing los pilotos participantes podrán inscribir
como segundo avión el de otro piloto participante.
3. Los pilotos en 2.4 GHz no están obligados a entregar su radio antes del
inicio de cada jornada. Para los demás es obligatorio cumplir con este
requisito en el lugar y horario indicado.
4. La medición del nivel de ruido se realizará sobre grama, a todos los
pilotos y antes de cada vuelo.
5. El peso del aeromodelo se verificará a todos los pilotos después de
cada vuelo
6. El 30% de los pilotos inscritos o mÃ*nimo 10 pasan a la final.
11. RECLAMOS: Todo reclamo debe ser presentado al Director del Abierto
por el Director del Equipo o Team Manager de cada paÃ*s y en documento
escrito acompañado de un depósito de cincuenta dólares (50usd).
12. VARIOS: En Colombia se utiliza como moneda oficial únicamente el
peso colombiano (Un dólar = $1.806,76 – TRM del 18/09/2010). La red
eléctrica es de 110 voltios. Las frecuencias autorizadas para R/C son:
· 2,4 GHz, 72 MHz, 35 MHz, 53 MHz, 50 MHz
13. JUECES: El team manager de cada paÃ*s, a partir del 15 de agosto del
presente año, podrá postular candidatos para jueces. Éste debe garantizar
LA FEDERACIÓN COLOMBIANA DE DEPORTES AÉREOS
CLUB DE AEROMODELISMO DÉDALO CARACAS – VENEZUELA
Septiembre 20 de 2010 Bogotá - Colombia
que conocen el reglamento y cuentan con la experiencia y los recursos para
realizar esta labor con total objetividad e imparcialidad. La organización, de
acuerdo al número de inscritos, patrocinios o apoyos económicos que reciba
para la realización del evento, podrá asumir algunos de los costos como
alojamiento, alimentación o transporte lo cual será comunicado antes del 3
de octubre.
Old 09-27-2010, 09:49 AM
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Hello Bryan, I just sent you the bulletin by mail.


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Hey Brian,

We will be using Byron Helicopter 30% fuel, we used it in Bogotá in 2009 and the engines performed flawlessly, same performance as the Cool Power Heli 30%, no engine adjustments were made from the lower usual altitudes , and it was 8000' high.

we will post the English version of the third bulletin here.

Regards

Alejandro
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Thank you Tuny
Bryan
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Hello Bryan

The link was fixed: http://www.fedeaereos.org/docs/Bulle...english%29.pdf

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Federico

Old 10-29-2010, 07:25 PM
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Ok Guys... this is it...

tomorrow we start with local practices until wednesday... as some of you guys know we have arranged a Workshop with Bryan Hebert here in Medellin so we get to know his trimming procedure better. we'll be working with him the days before the tournament and i will be posting the real cases here so we can all shera knowledge and exepreinces from this work. we'll also be posting pictures on a real time basis.

8 continuous days of F3A. can't get better than that... beats a trip to Cancun (ok maybe not that much, but almost   )

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Old 10-31-2010, 08:38 AM
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OK. Send us some pictures and keep us informed when you have chance.

Saludos,

Vicente "Vince" Bortone
Old 11-02-2010, 12:52 AM
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Hello
Esteban Mateus from Ecuador 1st practice flights:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/esteban...7625167395989/
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Old 11-02-2010, 08:20 AM
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Gracias Esteban,

Reminds me the field in Cucuta many years ago.

Vicente
Old 11-04-2010, 07:11 PM
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After 3 flights.
Old 11-06-2010, 07:51 AM
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resultados finales de las P...??

Muy bueno el Open
Old 11-07-2010, 09:23 AM
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I checked the actual web site and could not find results. I am not sure if I was checking the correct place. I use the link in the early e-mails posted in this group. The open will be history today.

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Results.
Old 11-08-2010, 06:42 PM
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Dear Pablo.

The classifications of finals and preliminaries rounds according to the printings delivered by the organization staff.

- Results from 1st to 10th - Finals-
- Results from 11th to 29th - Preliminaries -

The file uploaded in your last post could mislead the preliminaries results.

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Federico, Thanks for the complete information, it is very useful.
/Julio
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Friends:
As technical director of the 2010 South American F3A Open in MedellÃ*n Colombia, I would also like to give my impressions about the event.
First of all, I´d like to highlight the presence of high quality pilots from the Americas and from Europe, giving us all a chance to see different flying styles and to share the human aspect, which is what makes F3A such a great experience.
We had 29 participants from Canada, USA, Venezuela, Colombia, Suriname, Ecuador, Perú, Argentina, Spain and Liechtenstein.
Practices were done in a great manner, allowing pilots such as Chip Hyde and Chad Northeast, with their vast knowledge and extensive experience, to help other pilots calibrate and trim their aircraft and radios. They passed on some ¨inside¨ knowledge in trimming and setting up aircraft. Bryan Herbert, in a very much scientific way was a great source of support for the other pilots in setting up their aircraft as well. In the name of all pilots, I thank them for their selfless use of time towards transmitting their knowledge and experience in sharing such information.
Now on to the competition, it was almost perfect. We flew 5 P11 Preliminary rounds in order to allow as many flights in competition form for the local pilots. They were flown in all kinds of weather conditions. Sunny, warm mornings and afternoons, changing wind conditions that brought temperatures down, foggy skies, in fact a little bit of everything. This made it challenging and fun for all involved.
The 10 best pilots passed on to Finals to fly four F11 rounds. These finals were themselves also flown in varied weather. It was so varied that round 3 was flown mostly in rain (like the euro champs in Austria apparently) and the immediate round 4 was in perfectly calm wind and completely clear skies.
In respect to the technical part of the contest, all FAI rules and protocols were followed. Sound checks were carried out prior to every flight and weightings randomly after. Model processing was done before the competition, and as technical director I tried to have everything flow so as to allow so many flights to occur. We were even interrupted by the brief visit of an Colombian Air Force Helicopter, which was exciting for all, but took time away from the main event.
For the P flights, we had two panels of 5 judges each. Furthermore, we had the presence of Jorge Olivela from Argentina (VIRUTA and FAI technical committee member) as Chief Judge. He also helped prepare the judges prior to the P and F rounds. In case of any doubt, his presence allowed us to resolve most issues before they ended in too much controversy. To all judges my sincere thanks.



For the F rounds, we chose from the best judges of the P rounds and combined them with some of the pilots that did not advance into finals. They were two panels o 5 judges each as well. Having active pilots in the F round judging mixed with the other judges allowed for such precise flights to be observed in the best possible way. To all of them, my most sincere thanks as well.
Finally, all of you have read all the reports on the facilities around the club. They allowed us to conduct a fun contest for all. We had the opportunity to see slow, close in flights from Juan Rombaut, vast precise flights from Chip Hyde and masterful elegance in between from Wolfgang Matt, who in spite of his many years of flying, maintains his top form. Having this great icon of F3A at the event made it truly special. Bryan Herbert, Brett Wickizer and Chad Northeast also contributed immensely with their precise flying, their knowledge and excellent demeanor and approachability. It would be great for you all to let those around you know that this event can be an important option for F3A flying in these parts of the world. It is even an option to include even our families, which so often is a difficult thing to have participate in our activities.
I gave it my best, and I think it turned out very well.
Hopefully we will be able to see each other again in two years´ time, in the 3rd edition of the South American F3A Open.
Un abrazo y Saludos,
Eduardo Aviles

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