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      We are excited to partner with BAVirtual, vEZY, vTUI, vRYR, and vEXS whose members will be in attendance on the day. Our flight booking system will open on the the 5th of June. Everyone who flies with a booking is automatically entered into our giveaway raffle - 10 lucky winners will have their choice of any Orbx product, and 3 more winners will enjoy a 1 year subscription to AviationSource.
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      All aircraft flying during the event are politely requested to file the following routes to alleviate airspace congestion:
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      EGKK-GCFV: BOGNA UL612 BENBO UY47 DRAKE L151 SITET UN859 BALAN UL152 LMG UN857 PPN UN10 BAN UN857 HIJ UN10 SVL UN857 TERTO (Departures off 08R route SFD UY47 DRAKE) EGKK-GCRR: BOGNA UL612 BENBO UY47 DRAKE L151 SITET UN859 BALAN UL152 LMG UN857 PPN UN10 BAN UN857 HIJ UN10 SVL UN857 TERTO (Departures off 08R route SFD UY47 DRAKE) EGKK-GCLP: NOVMA L620 SAM M195 MARUK N621 LELNA UN621 BASIK UN90 NOVAN UN864 NEA UL14 ADINO DCT ELVAR DCT BAROK UN873 SAMAR (Departures off 08R route IMVUR N63 SAM) EGKK-GCTS: NOVMA L620 SAM N19 KOXOD N862 BHD L722 ANNET UL722 KORUL DCT DEMOS DCT ORTIS (Departures off 08R route IMVUR N63 SAM)  
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