The small season is over

The airplanes have been picked up, the container is in the harbor. Our ship, the Red Cedar, is just rounding the Cape. 65,000km, 93 flights, flown by 17 pilots, 14 flights greater than 1000km, one even over 1300km.

A palm tree with a diploma. A rainy season in January like the last time 25 years ago. This is the result of the small Bitterwasser season 2020/2021, but no one regretted to have been there. In a flying season that will hopefully remain unique. Only the Joschko's are left. The rest flew back home on Sunday, safe and sound. Optimistically we look ahead. The bookings for the next season are already in full swing. Running!

 

I am off then!

Best Packer ever

09 Hangar

Pan full of water

Everything green...

Beautiful clouds

Better to be landed.

Best friends

Not too many nations, but we had a lot of fun.

Dirk at the briefing when there was still weather

Mr.WLAN (password: achtfox)

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Bitterwasser orders PV plant and reduces its carbon footprint

Namibia obtains most of its electricity from South Africa. There, mainly hard coal power plants are in operation, because South Africa can extract hard coal in opencast mining.
Now the exhaust gases of the South African hard coal power plants are not as well cleaned as in Germany. Therefore it is important to do without this electricity.

The first gliders are loaded and on their way.

This year the gliders will be brought to Bitterwasser in two groups. At the moment no forwarder can guarantee when the containers will arrive. Therefore we have decided to send four containers a little earlier so that they will actually be in Bitterwasser on November 01 for the start of the season.