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We will do what we have to do in order to get you there. The Russians just made this MI-26 proposal to me last night. I am waiting for the confirmation on the schedule. We will annouce the confirmation as soon as we receive it. Once again, it was their proposal. In addition, the MI-8's will be there also.

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they will make available anything we want!!! want to fly a MIG?They are pleased we are coming and have plenty of aircraft!!! The huge one would be novel, still thinken about smaller groups just droppen in from tailgate....BUT????? say big base out of the monster.....and the 8's supply ends.... tell us what you want and we can have it!!!!!
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Where is this event exaclty and what's the easiest way to get there ?



big-way and completion to be held in Stupino Russia.
Dates: June 22-25, 2006


Flying there is easyest...and there are a few people/agencies that can help you in arranging everything (VISA/FlIGHT/STAY)

We are thinking about actualy going there a week early, so we can do some pre-jumping/partying...(arriving 17 june)
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Where is this event exaclty and what's the easiest way to get there ?



big-way and completion to be held in Stupino Russia.
Dates: June 22-25, 2006


Flying there is easyest...and there are a few people/agencies that can help you in arranging everything (VISA/FlIGHT/STAY)

We are thinking about actualy going there a week early, so we can do some pre-jumping/partying...(arriving 17 june)



I was planning on arriving a bit ahead of time as well, have to see Moscow(never been there).

Any more info on Jet rides and prices, etc.? That is a pretty unique opportunity.

Kris.

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THE RUSSIAN FLOCKERS (updated numbering)

1. gadget (NL)
2. Jari (FI)
3. Jussi (FI)
4. B.J. Alexander (USA)
5. Scary Perry (USA)
6. MCordia (NL)
7. Medusa (COL)
8. Costyn (NL)
9. Joni (USA)
10. Yuri (USA-Russia)
11. Vincenzo (ITA)
12. Tristan (NL/ITA)
13. FeetFlyer (S)
14. Valery Rosov (RUS)
15. Matt Wells (USA)
16. 15 confirmed Russians (names coming soon)
31. Herwig Habenbacher (Austria)
32. Allan Fox (USA)
33. Fish (Switzerland)
34. Kalapala(India)
35. lego (Estonia)
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
lego

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We are thinking about actualy going there a week early, so we can do some pre-jumping/partying...(arriving 17 june)


Sweet, me too! The 17th will see my arrival as well!

1. gadget (NL)
2. Jari (FI)
3. Jussi (FI)
4. B.J. Alexander (USA)
5. Scary Perry (USA)
6. MCordia (NL)
7. Medusa (COL)
8. Costyn (NL)
9. Joni (USA)
10. Yuri (USA-Russia)
11. Vincenzo (ITA)
12. Tristan (NL/ITA)
13. FeetFlyer (S)
14. Valery Rosov (RUS)
15. Matt Wells (USA)
16. 15 confirmed Russians (names coming soon)
31. Herwig Habenbacher (Austria)
32. Allan Fox (USA)
33. Fish (Switzerland)
34. Kalapala(India)
35. lego (Estonia)
36. Skyflyingbecca (USA)

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There is a possibility that my schedule may flex and I might be able to make this event but I won't put my name on the list just yet.

However, For those who are already planning on going, the Russians have asked that a BMI course be run so if your interested in doing that as well while in Russia, drop BirdMan an e-mail and let them know. Since he is located right next door, Jari has offered his services for those who would like to fly into Helsinki and take a look around town before catching the train to Russia for this event. Plane, train, or automobile. However you plan to get there is up to you but there will be plenty of fun to be had just in getting there for those who want it.

Some really good travel information can be found HERE and HERE. Some of it is common sense and some of it is good to know. Things like using a GPS could get you 10-20 years in prison and health and medical information among other concerns.
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Some really good travel information can be found HERE and HERE. Some of it is common sense and some of it is good to know. Things like using a GPS could get you 10-20 years in prison and health and medical information among other concerns.



Damn... I had no idea they were so paranoid about communications and radio gear. Guess I'll be leaving my GSM cell phone and GPS at home. [:/]>:( Anyways, thanks for the links, Scott. Lots of good info in there.

Cheers,

Costyn.
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Costyn, take your phone. The Russians are providing us documents for GPS units. Maybe it is best not to bring them in individually. The person that has sponsored units will receive the special travel documents. You must declare the units upon entry and exit. If you don't and you are stopped for an inspection, and you are not showing the unit on a declaration form, You are suspect. Use your head!

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1. gadget (NL)
2. Jari (FI)
3. Jussi (FI)
4. B.J. Alexander (USA)
5. Scary Perry (USA)
6. MCordia (NL)
7. Medusa (COL)
8. Costyn (NL)
9. Joni (USA)
10. Yuri (USA-Russia)
11. Vincenzo (ITA)
12. Tristan (NL/ITA)
13. FeetFlyer (S)
14. Valery Rosov (RUS)
15. Matt Wells (USA)
16. 15 confirmed Russians (names coming soon)
31. Herwig Habenbacher (Austria)
32. Allan Fox (USA)
33. Fish (Switzerland)
34. Kalapala(India)
35. lego (Estonia)
36. Skyflyingbecca (USA)
37. Bo Wienberg (DK)

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1. gadget (NL)
2. Jari (FI)
3. Jussi (FI)
4. B.J. Alexander (USA)
5. Scary Perry (USA)
6. MCordia (NL)
7. Medusa (COL)
8. Costyn (NL)
9. Joni (USA)
10. Yuri (USA-Russia)
11. Vincenzo (ITA)
12. Tristan (NL/ITA)
13. FeetFlyer (S)
14. Valery Rosov (RUS)
15. Matt Wells (USA)
16. 15 confirmed Russians (names coming soon)
31. Herwig Habenbacher (Austria)
32. Allan Fox (USA)
33. Fish (Switzerland)
34. Kalapala(India)
35. lego (Estonia)
36. Skyflyingbecca (USA)
37. Bo Wienberg (DK)
38. Giulio Petroccione (ITA)

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1. gadget (NL)
2. Jari (FI)
3. Jussi (FI)
4. B.J. Alexander (USA)
5. Scary Perry (USA)
6. MCordia (NL)
7. Medusa (COL)
8. Costyn (NL)
9. Joni (USA)
10. Yuri (USA-Russia)
11. Vincenzo (ITA)
12. Tristan (NL/ITA)
13. FeetFlyer (S)
14. Valery Rosov (RUS)
15. Matt Wells (USA)
16. 15 confirmed Russians (names coming soon)
31. Herwig Habenbacher (Austria)
32. Allan Fox (USA)
33. Fish (Switzerland)
34. Kalapala(India)
35. lego (Estonia)
36. Skyflyingbecca (USA)
37. Bo Wienberg (DK)
38. Giulio Petroccione (ITA)
39. Frits Jensen (DK)
40. Hanne Soerensen (DK)

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Check out Skydive Radio show #20, where they interview BJ Alexander and Scary Perry about the World Wingsuit Boogie and Competition:

Skydive Radio: http://www.skydiveradio.com/

Show #22: http://www.skydiveradio.com/show_files/sr20_12_20_05.mp3

Skydive radio is a podcast you can subscribe to with iTunes and other software.

Cheers,

Costyn.
Costyn van Dongen - http://www.flylikebrick.com/ - World Wide Wingsuit News

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Today we received a corporate sponsorship. This funding will put some nice gps receivers in our hands. Garmin will release some new models January 16th. The model EDGE 305 is advertised to acquire sat signals in 1 second in hot mode. This model is under 4"long. The other is the Forerunner 305. It will be available in February. It too has the new "sensitive" signal sensor in it. It is a wrist watch style. Very, very tiny!

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1. gadget (NL)
2. Jari (FI)
3. Jussi (FI)
4. B.J. Alexander (USA)
5. Scary Perry (USA)
6. MCordia (NL)
7. Medusa (COL)
8. Costyn (NL)
9. Joni (USA)
10. Yuri (USA-Russia)
11. Vincenzo (ITA)
12. Tristan (NL/ITA)
13. FeetFlyer (S)
14. Valery Rosov (RUS)
15. Matt Wells (USA)
16. 15 confirmed Russians (names coming soon)
31. Herwig Habenbacher (Austria)
32. Allan Fox (USA)
33. Fish (Switzerland)
34. Kalapala(India)
35. lego (Estonia)
36. Skyflyingbecca (USA)
37. Bo Wienberg (DK)
38. Giulio Petroccione (ITA)
39. Frits Jensen (DK)
40. Hanne Soerensen (DK)
41. Marco Pistolesi (ITA)
Marco "Pazzo" Pistolesi
pistolesi.marco(at)gmail.com

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1. gadget (NL)
2. Jari (FI)
3. Jussi (FI)
4. B.J. Alexander (USA)
5. Scary Perry (USA)
6. MCordia (NL)
7. Medusa (COL)
8. Costyn (NL)
9. Joni (USA)
10. Yuri (USA-Russia)
11. Vincenzo (ITA)
12. Tristan (NL/ITA)
13. FeetFlyer (S)
14. Valery Rosov (RUS)
15. Matt Wells (USA)
16. 15 confirmed Russians (names coming soon)
31. Herwig Habenbacher (Austria)
32. Allan Fox (USA)
33. Fish (Switzerland)
34. Kalapala(India)
35. lego (Estonia)
36. Skyflyingbecca (USA)
37. Bo Wienberg (DK)
38. Giulio Petroccione (ITA)
39. Frits Jensen (DK)
40. Hanne Soerensen (DK)
41. Marco Pistolesi (ITA)
42. Macca (UK)


Maybe i wont get injured in russia... i suppose there has to be a first time for everything...
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The competition event "descriptions and rules" have been completed. The registration form is also now available. For all of those who wish to receive these WORD documents may request them by emailing me at alex.dogs@verizon.net This information will also be available soon at scaryperry.com

If you wish to use Aeroprize as your travel service within Russia they now have a price list that offers a per day rate that can be easily calculated. The more people you stack into a room or airport pickup the cheaper it gets. They can provide services to independent travelers also. This price list can be sent to those who are interested.

A very limited number of rooms are available at the drop zone for $10 US per person per night. Tent camping is $5 US per person per night (includes facilities).

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