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Formula 1 is the top of all motor sports and is the only organization that holds races on all four hemispheres around the world including Montreal, Melbourne, Suzuka and Sao Paulo. Each race has 25-30 Teams with thousands of pounds of equipment that needs to be moved to these points around the world.

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Fly the Formula 1 Grand Prix Circuit with the Canadian Xpress Formula 1 2013 Tour

Formula 1 is the top of all motor sports and is the only organization that holds races on all four hemispheres around the world including Montreal, Melbourne, Suzuka and Sao Paulo. Each race has 12-15 Teams with thousands of pounds of equipment that needs to be moved to these points around the world.

Canadian Xpress® has been a long time supporter of Formula 1 and this year we have won the primary contract to help move teams from race to race around the world.

The Formula 1 tour consists of 21 legs based on the Formula 1 2013 schedule that must be flown in order.

Join Canadian Xpress® today by visiting http://CanadianXpress.ca and fly the 2013 Formula 1 Grand Prix Circuit!

*Canadian Xpress® accepts 50% of your VATSIM, IVAO or other virtual airline hours with no limits.

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Lausa Air Negotiates Contract in Support of F1GP Season 2012

Lausa Air, virtual airline for London Aviators USA (www.lausa.co.uk), has entered into a sponsorship agreement with Formula One World Championship Ltd. to offer logistic support for the series’ “flyaway” races. Working in conjunction with current Formula One Logistic Partner, DHL, Lausa Air will provide motorsport’s preeminent racing series the opportunity to return home between away races; something that was not always possible prior to the agreement.

Chartered by Formula One Management (FOM), flights will depart from London (EGKK) and Munich (EDDM) in support of various teams using their specially designed cargo crates which use all available space onboard the aircraft. Lausa Air’s new Boeing 747-8F will offer more capacity at less cost-per-mile than current transport options, although DHL will continue to provide the primary transport for the series.

The start of the 2012 F1 season in Melbourne, Australia will showcase the range and payload of the new 747-8F and Lausa Air will be on stand-by to provide both the governing body as well as the race teams with charter service to and from the various international racetracks.

Sources:

Formula One World Championship Ltd. (http://www.formula1.com/default.html)

London Aviators USA (www.lausa.co.uk)

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