AviationExpo Europe is pleased to announce that it is joining forces with Round Britain 2012 (RB12) to provide a unique opportunity for pilots to get a head start in their preparations for RB12 and at the same time visit the dedicated European General Aviation exhibition in 2011.AviationExpo Europe offers a showcase for everything from ultralights through to business jets and all the latest in General Aviation at Bitburg Airport during the period 27-29 May 2011.
The RB12 team will be running an aviation event, with UK based pilots being offered a planned trip to AviationExpo at Bitburg Airport in Germany. European based pilots will also be joining in the fun at the event.
Friday 27 May - A breakfast briefing in Lydd Airport followed by a flight to Bitburg. Bratwurst and Bitburg Beer on arrival. Tour the Bitburg beer factory. Evening reception – Sponsored by AV Buyer Europe.
Saturday 28 May - A local area treasure hunt (by aircraft!). Evening reception and Prize giving – Sponsored by AV Buyer Europe.
Sunday 29 May - Return flight to UK.
The cost to enter for UK aircraft is £750 per aircraft (ex vat) based on 2 crew per aircraft for the 3 days. This includes all landing fees, hotel accommodation x 2 nights, minibus transport, evening receptions, briefing packs, show entry and prizes. The cost for any European aircraft to join the Saturday event with one night’s accommodation will be £250 (ex vat) per aircraft.
To enter please visit the RB12 website.
Stuart Mckean, RB12 Director commented, "Having sponsored the British Powerboat Festival in Cowes this August with great success, we now want to show as many prospective entrants as possible what RB12 Air is aiming to deliver. AviationExpo Europe is a great event for us to demonstrate our commitment to hosting a first class Air event. This will be a great opportunity for pilots to experience the flavour of an event of the scale and ambition of RB12."
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