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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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Richard de Florennes wrote: 20 Jun 2021, 19:53 Mentioned on the KB spottersday website: Access to airbase for the spotterdays is only with ticket AND vaccination against Covid 19 or recent PCR test. No other test accepted. Only PCR!!!
For now. Not the airbase but the Belgium government makes the rules. And as we all know it can change day by day so its all unsure. Especially since it's still 3 months away.
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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Eert wrote: 20 Jun 2021, 20:36
Richard de Florennes wrote: 20 Jun 2021, 19:53 Mentioned on the KB spottersday website: Access to airbase for the spotterdays is only with ticket AND vaccination against Covid 19 or recent PCR test. No other test accepted. Only PCR!!!
For now. Not the airbase but the Belgium government makes the rules. And as we all know it can change day by day so its all unsure. Especially since it's still 3 months away.
Absolutely WRONG: Current Belgian Corona rules do NOT require vaccination NOR a PCR test for big events!!!!! (and regarding HEALTH, which has become so important: You are not allowed even your own small plactic bottle of water into KB, nor your own healthy food, instead you have to do with Pommes Frites ;-)))) So KB spotter day organizers pretty much make their own rules.
Here are the official Belgian rules for big events:
Source https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/faq/#id_7

During sports competitions and sports training sessions, events, cultural and other performances or congresses, a maximum number of spectators is allowed:

Indoors: a seated audience of up to 75% of the CIRM capacity, not exceeding 200 people;
Outdoors: an audience of up to 400 people.

During these activities, the following minimum rules and the applicable protocol must be followed:

operators must visibly inform visitors, employees and third parties in good time regarding the preventive measures in force;
a distance of 1.5 meters between each group of spectators must be ensured;
in companies or associations, it is mandatory to cover mouth and nose with a face mask in those areas that are accessible to the public and, if the rules of social distancing cannot be complied with due to the nature of the activity performed, wearing other personal protective equipment is highly recommended (e.g. a face shield);
establishments must organise everything in such a way as to avoid gatherings and that the social distancing rules can be respected, also with regard to people waiting outside the establishment;
public areas, including terraces in public areas, are organised in accordance with the regulations laid down by the local authorities;
the operator or organiser must provide staff and customers with the means to ensure the necessary hand hygiene;
the operator or organiser must take the appropriate hygiene measures to regularly disinfect the establishment and the material used;
the operator or organiser must ensure good ventilation;
the opening hours are limited from 5am to 11.30pm.

If catering activities are carried out during sports competitions and sports training sessions, events, cultural and other performances or conferences, the catering rules must be observed. However, the noise level of 80 decibels may be exceeded. Visitors are allowed in groups of up to four people, not including children under the age of 12, unless this is not possible due to the nature of the activity. People must remain in the same group for a gathering or activity. Groups are not allowed to mix during this time. Groups of more than four people are allowed as long as they belong to the same household . The maximum number of spectators alongside the track of professional sports competitions or events organised outdoors is limited to 400 people in the arrival and departure zone. Along the rest of the track, spectators may gather according to the rules relating to gatherings on public roads and in public spaces (in groups of a maximum of ten people, excluding children up to the age of 12).

The above-mentioned activities must be organised with prior permission of the competent local authority. Before submitting the application, the organiser must fill in the online COVID Event Risk Model (CERM) tool and, if applicable, the operator must fill in the COVID Infrastructure Risk Model (CIRM) (www.covideventriskmodel.be) and attach the complete obtained certificate to the application file for the competent municipal authority.

In addition, the Consultative Committee has decided that some 30 pilot projects may take place with the aim to establish, under practical and scientific guidance, how the various economic sectors can safely resume their activities or how closing them can be avoided in the future. The Minister of the Interior can, after reasoned advice from the competent minister(s), the local authorities concerned and the Federal Minister of Health, grant these pilot projects permission to deviate from the rules of the Ministerial Order. The pilot projects will be organised in accordance with the protocol defined by the competent ministers and the Federal Minister of Public Health. The protocol will contain a framework, timeline and roadmap for the organisation of these pilot projects, both indoors and outdoors, in accordance with the agreements made during the Consultative Committee.
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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SHOW
Baby Blue team (DK)
T-346 (AMI)
Typhoon (AMI)
Spartan (AMI)
Grippen (HuAF)
Wildcats demo team (RN)

STATIC SANICOLE
NH-90 (HEER)
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https://www.sanicole.com/en/saab-jas-39 ... -czech-six
Czech Gripens are part of 211 squadron based at Caslav, proud members of the NATO Tiger Association.

Showing off the amazing manoeuvrability at Sanicole will be Yvo Kardos.
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Info regarding the XTM, so may impact Sanicole
Due to Covid-19 Measures stil in place one month prior to startex, the flying part of the XTM21 has been Cancelled.
from
https://www.natotigers.org/tiger-meet/xtm2021
www.flickr.com/photos/paulbasque
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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With only two weeks to go before XTM is supposed to kick-off, does anyone know what to expect? E.g. with the flying part of XTM cancelled, will there be any foreign tiger participants at all? Will the spotters' day go ahead as planned?
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SquAdmin wrote: 30 Aug 2021, 10:06 With only two weeks to go before XTM is supposed to kick-off, does anyone know what to expect? E.g. with the flying part of XTM cancelled, will there be any foreign tiger participants at all? Will the spotters' day go ahead as planned?
some info
see link mentioned by Erazkiel
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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A new update of the participants for XTM/Sanicole can be found here.

https://www.31tigersqn.be/2021/06/14/xt ... ticipants/
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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Does anyone perhaps know what we can expect during the security check for those people who will be attending the spotters days? On the website it says: "Security concerns prevent any outside food or drinks being brought onto the base. It is recommended that spectators minimize the number and size of permitted items to reduce the inspection time prior to access into the show zone. Where possible, bring only what you can carry by hand."

I'm not entiry sure how bringing your own sandwhiches could become a security concern, but there are people who just cannot rely on public available junk food for their own safety. Also, there would be no harm in bringing a foldable chair and it would probably reduce the number of movements during the day.

Not trying to convince anyone here, but I would like to ask those of you who attended previous events at KeeBee how strict these rules were enforced back then.
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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Never had a problem with bringing my own sandwiches or a small bottle of water at KeeBee.
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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As for anti-COVID measures, the website is a bit fuzzy to navigate but they have it rather complete now here: https://www.sanicole.com/en/2021-covid-info/ .
The main points are (underlining by me):
sanicole.com wrote:The Sanicole Airshow applies the Covid Safe Ticket principle of the Belgian Government. This means that every visitor as from the age of 12 must meet one of the 4 requirements below in addition to a valid entry ticket:

Or you have a vaccination certificate: you are completely vaccinated at least two weeks;
Or you had a PCR-test with a negative result: validity = day of testing +48 hours;
Or you had an antigen test by medical personnel with a negative rsult: validity = day of testing +24 hours;
Or you have a Covid recovery certificate which is not older than 6 months.
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Since we work under the Covid Safe Ticket, there are no obligations for wearing a mouth mask during our event.
Do have a look at 'For visitors from abroad' as well, of course.

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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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A French Casa landed to Kee Bee yesterday (from memory callsign CTM2028, S/N 193).
This morning, A319 605 (HuAF_callsign HUAF373) and Casa 013(PolAF_callsign PLF280) landed at Kleine-Brogel.
Gripen 9240 (CzAF_callsign CEF325) and F-16 4056 (PolAF_callsign PLF644) on their way to Kee Bee.
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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Does anyone know if the French Hawkeye will still participate at the airshow. And also : will it operate from KB en when will it leave from KB to France?
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Re: SANICOLE Airshow 2021

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speedbird0330 wrote: 10 Sep 2021, 13:53 Does anyone know if the French Hawkeye will still participate at the airshow. And also : will it operate from KB en when will it leave from KB to France?
Landed at 1215 at Keebee
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