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event - fly-in [29th August, 1730-2000z] C3 CPT Swiss Radar (LSAS_CTR) Michael Kühne

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Michael Kühne will do his Radar CPT+ on Swiss Radar to earn his C3 rating.

Fly through his airspace and give him some traffic.

Good luck, Michael!

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