Pilots who plan to fly to Greece next September, are strongly advised to read carefully following information
They are advised also to complete the attached participation form, to enable AOPA Greece to support them, when in the country
The completed form should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
At all times during fly in, AOPA Greece is to operate a Pilot Support Office, to provide real time assistance to participating pilots
The general outlook for AFW 2014 is as follows:
(a) AFW fly in from Sept 15 to Oct 5
During this period, each participating pilot may plan his own flying schedule. Arrival and departure dates, and days at selected airports are to be decided by the pilot only. Participation in other AFW activities is suggested; but again it is for the pilot to decide.
During this period AOPA Greece will be manning a Pilot Support Office which will provide pilots with all necessary information – airports operating hours, fuel availability and price, hotel suggestions and anything else a pilot may need abroad. This pilot support office will be useful especially to seaplane pilots, who will be flying for the first time in a country that has approved seaplanes just a few months ago.
So far, participating airports are, LGSR Santorini, LGKF Kefalinia, LGZA Zakinthos, LGTS Thessaloniki, LGRP Rhodes, LGSM Samos, LGST Sitia. More airports are to be announced shortly.
(b) AFW activities in Athens area from Sept 22 to Sept 28
During last week of September a lot of aviation activities are planned in the Athens area, to arouse public awareness of general aviation. These activities include exhibitions of aviation-related material in selected places in central Athens, seaplane and aerobatic operations along the Athens coastline, a Greek aviation forum and above all, of course, the Regional Meeting of IAOPA EU to be held in Αthens, on Sept 27
Participating pilots are invited to attend these activities, in addition to usual visits to Athens cropolis and various Museums.
(c) AFW aviation exhibition and Air Show, 26-28 Sept
The highlight of AFW is the international aviation exhibition and Air Show at Tatoi Military airport. General aviation, military aircraft, helicopters, gliders, microlights, everything that flies in the air will take part in a continuous three-day air show. More than 50,000 spectators attended the AFW Air Show last year. It is by far the biggest international aviation event in South East Europe participating pilots are strongly advised not to miss this opportunity.