ATTENTION Spotters
There are a few practical changes concerning the spotters day during NATO Tiger Meet 2016!
Registration cutoff is now 24 April.

Ulrich Metternich

We have received the first information from the Spanish host for NATO Tiger Meet 2016.
The Spanish Air Force is planning for 2 public events during the NTM'16, at Zaragoza Air Base.

David Goovaerts

Apparently A lot of spotters that have registered for the Spotters-event in Turkey did not receive their confirmation e-mail.
The E-mails where send from our site automatically, and could therefore end-up in your spam folders. We suggest that you check that folder.

We have received news that the strikt rules of spotting at Konya AB has been reduced.
For at least Wednesday 6 May 2015 (the day prior to the spotters-event), the Turkish AF will allow spotters in dedicated areas around the airfield.
Base security will be present to keep an eye out, and help out spotters.

Our Turkish host have prepared some additional information for the 400+ spotters that are planning a visit to Konya during NATO Tiger Meet 2015.
the Gate will open at 08:00, and close at 18:00 Local Time

We have received several request for information concerning spotting @ Konya AB during #NTM2015

From now on you are able to register for the #NTM2015 #Spottersday at Konya AB, Turkey.
For the price of €40 / spotter, you will be able to get acces to the base on both Thursday 7 and Friday 8 May 2015 (single day tickets are NOT available)

Ulrich Metternich

Our Turkish hosts during NATO Tiger Meet 2015 #NTM2015 have informed us that they intend to hold a spotters day #spottersday during the exercise.
The spottersday's will be held on the Thursday and Friday of week 1 (7 and 8 May 2015).
more details on how to register for the event will be anounced in the next weeks.

313 Squadron decided to donate a part of the income from the spottersday to the spots foundation. Today we received news of what they used this budget for.
SPOTS bought a quad for a unit in Russia who is protecting Siberian Tigers (only 400 left in the wild) and Amur leopards (only 50 left in the wild) from poachers.

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