SPOT SATELLITE TRACKER is necessarily needed, please see blog post https://airtribune.com/NepalOpenCup15/blog/pre-pwc-nepal-spot-necessarily-needed...
- Sport class
- Nepali national
SPOT SATELLITE TRACKER is necessarily needed, please see blog post https://airtribune.com/NepalOpenCup15/blog/pre-pwc-nepal-spot-necessarily-needed
Selection and entry fee
35 pilots - Nepali quote
15 pilots - Local pilots quote
10 pilots - Special guests
90 pilots are selected by FAI ranking, flying experience in Nepal.
Prize fund and scoring categories
10:00 - 15:30 Registration in HQ
16:00 - 17:00 Parade
17:30 - 19:00 Registration for local tandem pilots only
27th of February - Training day
8:30 - General briefing
9:30 - Transport to Takeoff
10:30 - Task Briefing
16:00 - 19:00 - GPS control
19:30 - Information briefing
28 of Feb, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 of March - competition days
9:00 - Transport to Takeoff
10:30 - Task briefing
6 of March - reserve day (if less than 3 valid days) + prize giving ceremony
10:00 task briefing
11:00 window open
17:00 gps download
Accommodation and Activities
A lot of hotels around headquarter:
$7/night for simplest
$20 for good one
$50 for "luxury"
How to get here
Airplane. Daily every 30 minutes flights. 8:30 - 15:30 Ticket price $90. Contact email@example.com to book
Touristic bus. Every morning, 6:30 from Kathmandu city center. $10 in any agency on arrival
Taxi, around $90 for car
near Lakeside Rd, 33700, Nepal
To get to Pokhara one should arrive to Katmandu International Airport http://www.tiairport.com.np/.
From there you can take local airplane Kathmandu – Pokhara, 65Usd, EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org to order the tickets.
Pokhara is a popular tourist center. Touristic bus every morning at 7:30 starts from the center of Kathmandu to Pokhara.
To arrive to Pokhara from Katmandu you can take a taxi axi, 5-8 hours, 90-110 USD/car. It takes up to 3 pilots with gliders.
- Michal Gierlach (741)
- Idris Birch (512)
- Lucas BERNARDIN (231)
- Emi HIROKAWA (385)
- Isabella Messenger (0)
- Anna Kazakova (3)