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#1 Madquad


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Posted 18 February 2013 - 11:39 AM




Born out of the experiences of many years in (mega) team flying and the question from lots of new revolution pilots, Dutch enthusiasts Marc van der Graaf, Roelof van der Tak and Wil Ammerlaan wrote this manual outlining the team flying standards they use with their team(s). A standard not only in calling and terminology, but also an essential introduction to some basic team flying techniques and moves, easy to understand so the effect is a smoother cooperation between pilots from all over the world.

Main objective was also to make it more fun to fly together and take away the language barriers - please take your time to read it and hopefully this offered a positive contribution to our Family of Revpilots all over the world.


Have fun !!!!!





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Posted 18 February 2013 - 04:01 PM

Wow Thanks Marc.


The Manual looks great.

I will take my time and study it.

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#3 John Barresi

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 10:21 AM

Thanks to Marc van der Graaf, Roelof van der Tak and Wil Ammerlaan for this great resource, no small work! :)

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 08:19 AM

What a great bit of information and attention to detail, thanks so much for doing the project..... Benani_yahoo.gif ani_yahoo.gif ani_yahoo.gif 

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Posted 08 March 2013 - 11:42 AM

To break more languages barriers we have translated the basic team flying standard into Spanish. With the help of Jose Luis Rodriguez Bengoecha – Giuseppe - we are proud and happy to offer this translation to our Rev-Family worldwide.  

We thank Giuseppe,  member of the Spanish team  Mistral,  for his contribution.


Have fun, Jst-4-fnrev_clockwork.gif


Marc, Wil, Roelof


The translation is to be found : http://www.revkites....-flying-manuals


Feel free :  Suggestions, improvements, thoughts, issues to be explained  are very welcome for the next release. See the standard for the contact address chapter : “Form of the standard/Formato de este document/Aufbau des Standards.


Thank you.

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