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Thread: [IAC] RE: AWAC Aircraft Restrictions

Message: Re: [IAC] RE: AWAC Aircraft Restrictions

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From: "Eddie Saurenman" <lumty at hotmail.com>

Date: Wed, 10 Nov 1999 03:19:13 UTC


Message:

  Brian,

I understand that there is a formula for the aircraft used in the AWAC. 
Where can I obtain this?

Eddie Saurenman
Sukhoi SU-26M N214YA


>From: Brian Howard <BK at NewAttAero.com>
>Reply-To: Brian Howard <BK at NewAttAero.com>
>To: "Luszcz, Michael S (Michael)" <luszcz at lucent.com>
>CC: iac at lists.handmadesw.com
>Subject: [IAC] RE: AWAC Aircraft Restrictions
>Date: Tue, 09 Nov 1999 15:43:06 -0500
>
>Mike,
>
>CIVA voted to retain the restricted aircraft list. That is, no change from
>this year. In another development affecting IAC Advanced competition, the
>sequence from Great Britain was adopted as Programme Q and will become the
>IAC Advanced Known in 2000 (it's the one beginning with the "N" figure -
>proposal #2 on the IAC web site).
>
>The U.S. delegation from the CIVA meeting are just now back home, and I'm
>sure a full report of the items affecting IAC competition will follow on
>this list as soon as they de-lag.
>
>
>Brian Howard
>Chairman,
>IAC Rules Committee
>
>
>At 11/9/99, you wrote:
>>Brian,
>>
>>How did the CIVA vote on aircraft restrictions go?  Is it still in place 
>>or
>>is it now ok to fly any aircraft in AWAC?
>>
>>Mike
>

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