30th of September 2005, Australia, 2005 Formula Windsurfing Championship

FW Worlds Melbourne 2005

Just a preannouncement that today (against some rather strong odds) we have reached an
agreement with a major international airline to provide an additional 50 kgs (ie ; one FW kit dimensions)
excess baggage allowance per passenger travelling to/from Melbourne for the FW Worlds.

The airline has requested we withold formal announcement until all their offices are informed,
which is happening as of now. We will advise the full details publically as at next Monday,
but you can take it as done as I've seen and heard the discussions and agreeements,
it is a done and contracted deal.

It's a quality global airline, renowned for inflight service, no it's not Qantas,
but one serving very well almost all major European ports, Asia and North America. Even NZ.
Gold Class ??Hmm, think Silver.

Should be a very satisfactory outcome, albeit a bit later than ideal.

Cheers ~ Ian Fox

PS.
SINGAPORE AIRLINES have come to the party and offered an extra 50kgs of baggage free of charge for riders flying with them to Melbourne and back. All the details can be downloaded from Sail Melbourne website: http://www.sailmelbourne.com.au/events/2

Read: Singapore Airlines baggage allowance details.pdf

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Anonym | 30th September 2005 (19:43:53)

So what is the name of that company
???

Julien | 30th September 2005 (19:48:42)

what is the name of that company

Anonym | 1st October 2005 (09:07:37)

united airlines?

ceri | 1st October 2005 (15:26:56)

please wait for the official announcement

Sail Melbourne | 3rd October 2005 (05:58:38)

SINGAPORE AIRLINES have come to the party and offered an extra 50kgs of baggage free of charge for riders flying with them to Melbourne and back. All the details can be downloaded from Sail Melbourne website: http://www.sailmelbourne.com.au/events/2

Alex | 6th October 2005 (00:47:17)

good news

Melbourne team | 6th October 2005 (00:58:52)

Here is the list of competitors who have qualified via their Continental Championships .


FORMULA WORLDS 2005 Sailors qualified via 2005 Continental Championhips

Melbourne team | 6th October 2005 (00:59:26)


1-Micah Buzianis USA 34 2004 World Champion

2-Jesper Orth AUS 10 2005 Oceanic Championshp
3-Sean O’Brien AUS 120
4-JP Tobin NZL 151
5-Mike Nelson AUS 12
6-Sam Parker AUS 3

Melbourne team | 6th October 2005 (01:00:05)

7-Norio Arano JPN 25 2005 Asian Championship
8-Yugi Sugihara JPN 20
9-Akihiko Yamada JPN 67
10-Akinori Goshi JPN 1
11-Haruhiko Koumura JPN 57

Melbourne team | 6th October 2005 (01:00:23)

12-Gonzalo C. Hoevel ARG 3 2005 South American Championship
13-Willhelm Schurmann BRA 999
14-Paulo deReis BRA 3333
15-Leonardo Rebello BRA 121
16-Rodrigo C. Hoevel ARG 13

Melbourne team | 6th October 2005 (01:01:16)

17-Antoine Albeau FRA 192 2005 European Championship
18-Wojtek Brzozowski POL 10
19-Ross Williams GBR 83
20-Andrea Cucchi ITA 1
21-Jesper Vesterom DEN 111

Melbourne team | 6th October 2005 (01:01:27)

22-Devon Boulon ISV 1 2005 North American Championship
23-Sam Ireland CAN 1
24-Seth Besse USA 64
25-Zac Plavic CAN 33
26-Alain Bolduc CAN 01


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