Chrisse wrote:I certainly understand everyone's impatience, but have come to accept we as travelling enthusiasts are on a different clock, ideally, we make plans in the preceding year if at all possible, or early on in the year itself if only to get decent rates on plane tickets and get the best hotel deals -- in some remote places simply find a hotel
Of course, regular events have structures in place, a website etc With one off-events like this one, this is different. I don't know if there even was a website for the show in 2001, but even so, it wouldn't fit the job anymore now. They certainly did not have spottersdays so this is something that is entirely new to the Turkish air force airshow.
Sussexlad wrote:Guys, AARDVARK in particular, please give Eric a break as I'm sure he's doing a stirling job and has much more important things to deal with on a day-to-day basis than dealing with 'speculation' from the likes of us - it's this kind of 'hounding' for information that sometimes gives us a bad name.
All the information will come out in due course, you just have to be patient rather than acting like a school kid who can't wait for Christmas. I'm going too but have other interests besides aviation and will be happy to take in some Turkish culture whatever the event turns out to be like.
Yes, I hope the event will be a good one too but let us let those involved in organising it do so and not p*** them off and possibly make them lose interest.
Aviation PhotoCrew wrote:people like aardvark make me sick, period. They have no idea whatsoever how much work and effort have gone into the fact that there is a first spottersday in Turkey. Forums are read by officials too, and it would have been far easier to cancel this part of their celebrations.
the airshow in Izmir is a HUGE challenge for all involved, and the spotterspart is still there now, and only for the pleasure of the aviation photographers.
no need to reply to this post, I will make my final post here right below this one.
TonyO wrote:Looks like some good shots will be possible from the outside... http://www.panoramio.com/photo/4838679
Arno 01 wrote:Small taster of whats to come....
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