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Announcing Sector 3 of ATWC 7even

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Traversing the South Pacific has been an arduous task and not without many risks, but our brave pilots have risen to the task! So here is the back story to the next sector, and the flights planned :

 

Having safely left French Polynesia behind us, we should be thankful none of our intrepid adventurers choose the same path as the mutineers of HMS Bounty and ditched to settle and see out their days on the Pitcairn Islands. For Sector 3, and the shortest Sector, we leave the moai to stand guard over Easter Island as they have done for centuries. Ahead, we have a busy mix of Wonders, with the first from the Civil Engineering list, Itaipu Dam, the largest operating hydroelectric facility in the world. Continuing east to the Harbour of Rio de Janeiro, another of the Natural Wonders, we also take in the incredible statue of Christ the Redeemer, another of the New Wonders, before turning back west to Cuzco, Peru, the closest airport to Machu Picchu, the 15th century Inca citadel, yet another from the New Wonders list. Moving up through Bogota, Colombia, we trust none of our adventurers fall foul of the infamous Colombian drug cartels, before moving onto the Panama Canal, the only Wonder to feature on two lists, Wonders of the Industrial World and Wonders of Civil Engineering. From here, our route takes us up through Central America and to the next New Wonder, Chichen Itza, an ancient city of the Maya people. We conclude Sector 3 at Uruapan, and the nearby Natural Wonder, Paricutin Volcano.

 

Here's the plan for this sector:

 

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The bidding window has already opened for our registered pilots and several flights have been snapped up! We welcome new pilots (forum members) to join in, just take a read of the Introduction here: 

 

 

We have flights available, numbers 27 - 28 - 30 - 33 and 36 

 

Bids must be sent to atwc@mutleyshangar.com. The bidding window usually remains open until all flights are assigned to a pilot, but as we have so few registered pilots, we may press on regardless.

 

Your bid should consist of a list of the flights you are interested in flying, with your most preferred flight at the top.

 

All the best and be careful out there!

Joe

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