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Posted on June 3rd, 2016 by Michel Gordillo

I was really glad to stop my engine there, at Wurzburg. I promised loooong time ago that I would return my friend´s Peter´s visit and finally I was able to comply. But I knew that it was not going to be easy: I needed rest and it is difficultRead more

flying the north sea

Posted on May 26th, 2016 by Michel Gordillo

The Norway coast is plenty of islands and that is why it is so beautiful. Those islands were almost isolated long time ago, but now even the ferry ships are being changed by undersea tunnels. That is what has happened with Aalesund airport, locRead more

Norway

Posted on May 22nd, 2016 by Michel Gordillo

It is not easy to write about something that has happened already one month ago, but I think it is better to share that ¨old¨ moment instead to have it lost. When I landed at Svalbard, I was indicated to taxi at the east side of the apron. It waRead more

CPE

Posted on May 20th, 2016 by Michel Gordillo

CPE stands for Comité Polar Español, the spanish Polar Committee. As you already know, they are the responsible to provide the clearance to fly over Antartica. That clearance is to be granted by the country of the nationals. I requested the cRead more

Brainstorming?

Posted on May 15th, 2016 by Michel Gordillo

So, after some brainstorming from you, guys, I would like to provide some information about that very special leg: the North Pole one. Main issue with my Garmin GPSs was related, as some of you suspected, with the database. In fact, my Garmin 4Read more