Agg wrote:Unless you have registered as a spotter you will be situated on the civilian side of the base (the side with the terminal)
Is that possible????? Is it too late to do this????
Agg wrote:Im not sure if it's still possible, but you can try sending Håvard Kvalnes a mail at email@example.com. I think there were only 50 spots, but I dont remember hearing that they had filled up, so its worth a try
I know that flybynight got on it so it cant be just for Norwegians, but yeah, not answering is rude, are you sure you sent to the right address?RobS wrote:Agg wrote:Im not sure if it's still possible, but you can try sending Håvard Kvalnes a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. I think there were only 50 spots, but I dont remember hearing that they had filled up, so its worth a try
I've tried to get my name on that list already two months ago, but I didn't even get an answer. I tried again, but still no reply. If this arrangement is only for Norwegian spotters, I can understand, but not answering a polite request is rude.
We do not just provide a 16-hour air show this weekend. During the Rock the Square Festival in Bodø on Saturday evening we will hold a mini air show in the "midnight sun"
Before the last band goes on stage during Rock in the market square in Bodø on Saturday 16 June, Bodø Air Show will hold a mini air show over the harbor of the city. Here you can experience first and last generation of Norwegian jetjagarfly, Vampire and F-16 and Grumman G-164A that normally is used for "wingwalk" show to Scandinavian Airshow.
The Norwegian Eskil Amdal display pilot will showcase demonstration say the "midnight sun". Three Vampire aircraft will also take a trip before it all ends with a fireworks show of the rare. Grumman aircraft will in fact mount the fireworks at the tip of his vengjene and fire it while flying acrobatics!
Miniflyshowet will take place from half past ten to eleven in the evening, we recommend everyone to head out into the streets of Bodo to see!