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Joe Cygan
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IFC Denver 2006

Post by Joe Cygan »

Just got an e-mail from Larry V. looks like the IFC is going to be in Denver in 2006.

http://www.ifc-unitedstates.com/usa.php
JC

RocketRod
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Post by RocketRod »

And only 76 miles away. Gotta just love it!

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Post by DeMuth-Olsen »

RocketRod wrote:And only 76 miles away. Gotta just love it!

RocketRod
Great! Wanna carpool? :wink:
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Post by skydvdan »

I hate you guys. :wink:
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skydvdan wrote:I hate you guys. :wink:
Sell the house and move to Colorado then. :lol:
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Post by RocketRod »

And he would only need his AC for 6 weeks a year. 8) Sure we can carpool Chad.

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Post by MOlieman »

And.... Maybe another UA experience??????

Looking forward to the meeting:)

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Post by skydvdan »

DeMuth-Olsen wrote:
skydvdan wrote:I hate you guys. :wink:
Sell the house and move to Colorado then. :lol:
Yeah, I don't think so. I'll deal with the 105 degree summers and the 60 degree winters. Hopefully I'll make it to IFC anyway.
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Post by DeMuth-Olsen »

skydvdan wrote:
DeMuth-Olsen wrote:
skydvdan wrote:I hate you guys. :wink:
Sell the house and move to Colorado then. :lol:
Yeah, I don't think so. I'll deal with the 105 degree summers and the 60 degree winters. Hopefully I'll make it to IFC anyway.

You're a motivated guy, you'll make it to the conference either way. On a different subject, did you see the post talking about earth.google.com? It may help you with your scenery design.
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Post by skydvdan »

Well, I've seen it but it doesn't do a whole lot for me. I need your help on something.
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Oh Yes

Post by W9XE/Project777 »

Most defiantly planning on being there. I do hope they will be working with United Airlines for sim time like last year at AVSIM 2004. I had a very enjoyable time and met some of the other cockpit builder’s such as Matt O. Also for the first time I got to meet Peter. I think in 2006 is going to be a special time for cockpit builders in general. More and more support is there and the interest is growing. This conference looks to be very big for the US. It looked like IFC Blackpool was a major success. Looking forward to seeing that here.
Larry Vandivier
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Jon Boe
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Post by Jon Boe »

According to their forum, it's scheduled for the 1st-2nd of July at the Doubletree (same hotel as the AVSIM forum) right across the street from UAL's training Center (hope, hope, hope).

As an aside, that's only 20-30 minutes from my place so if anyone has the inclination to fly a 747 (or a reasonable copy of) let me know.

Cheers

Jon

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Post by Tomlin »

Well, it's still a long way from Florida/Georgia, but I will be keeping this one in mind too.

Regarding the comment about 2006 being a good year for us flight deck builders, I hope so! I have high hopes for hardware and component development, FS2006 (hopefully just as easy for us builders to interface to, along with sloping runways, wet surface modeling, and others...) and hopefully some major components put together for my project. Depends on where my wife and I decide to move to and other things.

Anyhow, looking forward to 2006!
Eric Tomlin
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Post by DeMuth-Olsen »

Jon Boe wrote:According to their forum, it's scheduled for the 1st-2nd of July at the Doubletree (same hotel as the AVSIM forum) right across the street from UAL's training Center (hope, hope, hope).

As an aside, that's only 20-30 minutes from my place so if anyone has the inclination to fly a 747 (or a reasonable copy of) let me know.

Cheers

Jon
Hey man...I'm first on your reservation list! After all we will practically be neighbors. lol :D
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Jon Boe
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Post by Jon Boe »

If you two KCOS guys don't make it over here before next July then you'll have got the problem, not me!

Cheers

Jon

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