Aeromodelling GR

Αερομοντελλισμός στο Aeromodelling GR => Aeromodelling GR Café International => Μήνυμα ξεκίνησε από: Κώστας Κωστόπουλος στις Τρίτη, 31 Ιαν 2006, 01:30:32



Τίτλος: John Konstantakatos' personal pages, on Aeromodel(l)ing
Αποστολή από: Κώστας Κωστόπουλος στις Τρίτη, 31 Ιαν 2006, 01:30:32
Surfing around I found in an excellent British blog site http://www.modelairplanesecrets.blogspot.com/ a reference for John' s site. It is run by Bruce Bird, author of "Model Airplane Secrets: Basic to Advanced Strategies on Model Building (http://www.modelairplanesecrets.com/)".

I want to thank Mr. Bruce Bird for his excellent report, it' s an honor for John, he is very happy about.

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Τίτλος: Re: John Konstantakatos' personal pages, on Aeromodel(l)ing
Αποστολή από: Bruce Bird στις Τρίτη, 31 Ιαν 2006, 12:16:10
Hi
John replied to my mail and gave me your site details.  Congratulations, you've obviously got a very active community (blessed by more sun that we get here in UK) - shame I can't read most of it!! 
All the best for 2006.

Bruce Bird
http://www.modelairplanesecrets.com



Τίτλος: Απ: John Konstantakatos' personal pages, on Aeromodel(l)ing
Αποστολή από: luc στις Κυριακή, 21 Οκτ 2007, 23:11:25
Hello John,

      A small Belgian hello, congratulations for your website.

      The competition season is over for us, it begins to make cold here.

      Here is the address of the website of our club, unfortunately it is French language.
 
      Http://WWW.caponweb.be

      Best wishes.

      Luc.


Τίτλος: Απ: John Konstantakatos' personal pages, on Aeromodel(l)ing
Αποστολή από: Κώστας Κωστόπουλος στις Κυριακή, 21 Οκτ 2007, 23:41:33
Merci beaucoup luc  :) it is nice to see a club in Belgium (and everywhere) especially dedicated to C/L.  ;)

Very few still fly C/L in Greece, in the album you can see photos from a C/L meeting 2 years ago (http://www.aeromodelling.gr/album/thumbnails.php?album=80).

It's alive  8)