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Aegean Seagull Flies to Santa’s Home !!! (Year #9)

A nice holiday flight set from Athens Hellas and Munich Germany to Rovaniemi Finland …

Saturday December 19th, 2009

           This is the well-known annual event in Aegean Seagulls calendar and has become a nice tradition for all of us. This year it will consist of a two flights set, with simultaneous arrivals in Rovaniemi. As always one flight from Athens Eleftherios Venizelos LGAV and another from a European city airport which is different every year. This year we have chosen Munich F. J. Strauss EDDM airport. Select your departure airport and here we go flying to Rovaniemi Finland, Santa's Home! This year, as in the last several ones, our event coincides with our friends' Finnish vACC "Fly See Santa" event, so the fun is guaranteed. Everyone can take part in this event, no matter if he/she is pilot of Aegean Seagull. Please feel free to invite your fellow simmers to this flight…Let’s meet altogether and feel the Holiday Spirit in another dimension….

1. Organizing the Flight

        We will fly our 737-700 or 727-200, but you can fly any of your favorite aircraft as long as you can cruise with minimum Mach 0.78 at FL390.


               2. Scenery Files

           a. For Rovaniemi Airport (EFRO) and other Finland related scenery check

    It would be a good idea to dowload and install scenery for Ivalo (EFIV) and Kittila (EFKT) airports since experience shows that quite an amount of traffic diverts to these airports. Finnish vACC will have both of them staffed as well. For the sceneries of these airports check here 

                Please note! The ILS frequency for EFRO rwy 21 has been changed. You must download the v.4.1 update to get the new ILS frequency 111,7 MHz active. Otherwise (and in default scenery also) the frequency is 109,1 MHz.

          b. For freeware Munich F. J. Strauss Airport (EDDM) check here.

         c. For Athens Eleftherios Venizelos Airport (LGAV) and other Hellas related scenery check here.



              3. Registration - Is it obligatory? - VROUTE prebooking

         By no means reservation is an obligation of yours. But by doing this, you make our planning efforts much easier and our feedback to the corresponding ATC will be more accurate and credible with the minimum possible surprises. On the other hand if you found out about this event some late never mind, appear in EDDM or LGAV and fly with us. This is what counts after all !! In case you register you will receive your assigned gate to place your aircraft and an assigned time slot. Have we convinced you? Please send us your Full Name, Callsign, e-mail address, Country of Origin, Flight Simulator version, Aircraft you plan to fly as well as the time you wish to depart from Munich or Athens  and e-mail them to We will try to satisfy your wish for your time of departure, but only if this slot is not reserved for another pilot that has opted for it  prior to your registration. All registrations will be treated on the "first come - first served" basis. Have under mind that the first departure time slot for  Munich F. J. Strauss is 17:00 UTC  (19:00 Local Hellas Time) and for Athens LGAV is 16:00 UTC (18:00 Local Hellas Time). Rest will follow with a 3-5 minutes interval depending on the final number of registrated pilots. It will be quite difficult to intervene in this slot procedure once it is started and if you would not like to expect your turn after all pilots have departed. So  Please Do Register !!

        It would be also great if you could pre-book your flight in VROUTE so that when the day comes, the traffic flow will be precisely projected. As VROUTE has become a dynamic tool for virtual flights traffic, please pre-book to make things easier for the ATC operators.


4. Pre – Connection Procedures - On Line flight

        Be advised that our flight planning has been made on the basis of the AIRAC Cycle 0911. Be sure to have this AIRAC data installed in your system, or check for possible incompatibilities with older or newer cycles. Also if you use FS Navigator 4.x take care and update its airway and intersection databases. You can do this after dowloading from NavData

        Prior to your connection here is a piece of advice that could be proved to be wise. We urge you to utilize the ServInfo, a MUST HAVE utility created by Michael Frantzeskakis (check our Links Page) and find out which of the active servers has the smallest ping time for you. You should choose to connect to this server in SquawkBox/FSInn. Although this is already a standard procedure for the regular and experienced On-Line Flight Simmers, we mention it, so that we reduce the lag factor to the minimum possible level.

        As mentioned above, we will connect to VATSIM network and having contacted the vACCs engaged in our two routes, we expect  ATC coverage up to a satisfactorily level.  For the record,  you are supposed to have at least a fair knowledge of on-line flying otherwise you better leave it for next year when you will be more experienced :-).


5. Meeting Point-Communications

    First of all : The date of flight is Saturday December 19th 2009.       

     First group, which will fly the EDDM-EFRO flight,  will meet at the apron of Munich F. J. Strauss (EDDM) at 17:00 UTC (Zulu), which is 19:00 Local Greece Time. The whole procedure (clearance delivery) will start at 17:10 UTC (Zulu) and the first departure slot (take off) will be 17:20 UTC (Zulu).

    Second group, which will fly the LGAV-EFRO flight, will meet at the apron of Athens Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV) at 16:00 UTC (Zulu), which is 18:00 Local Greece Time. The whole procedure (clearance delivery) will start at 16:10 UTC (Zulu) and the first departure slot (take off) will be 16:20 UTC (Zulu).

     Bear in mind that we will apply time slots and assigned gates for our departures to honour our registered pilots. On connect with VATSIM be sure that you have your Squawk on stand by mode and please have your aircraft positioned in the assigned gate prior to this event. Not a big deal after all… 

     We will meet in ASes event company frequency which is for both flights 

      This will be our check-in frequency where we just announce our presence and confirm our details. When time comes we all switch to the ATC for the rest of our Event. 

    PLEASE set your reality preferences to “IGNORE CRASH” while on the ground. No reason why we should lose time by unpredictable aircraft (pilots ?) behaviour in EDDM's, LGAV's or EFRO’s Apron.

    Connecting to VATSIM network does not mean that voice capability is mandatory. All controllers will provide ATC services even to text-only-able pilots. But… voice makes things much easier for all of us and is one step closer to reality. So please take care and be  AVC able for this flight. 

    Try to use radio laconically and speak loud (not too loud) and clear. You must have your system well tuned in order to take the maximum out of it. Make some testing of your settings. You must also understand that not all of people have English as their native language…. Just for this reason please use standard ATC phraseology as it will facilitate things a lot. Clear, Simple and Effective communication!

    In FIRs that their ATC is not manned we will return to our company official frequency ( and we will return to ATC voice frequency when ATC is again available.



               6. Aegean Seagull Log Book and Santa Claus

        We remind you that you do not have to be a qualified Aegean Seagull pilot to participate in our flight, BUT you must be good at flying your aircraft. Have under mind that ASe is an advanced virtual Airline System, the very first that introduced the exclusively on-line flying in its operations, and its pilots fly with the highest standards available in the FS community. That means that the fun factor will be greatly enhanced. It is a good opportunity to have a good taste of our operations level and perhaps apply to join us. ;-)



                7. Flight plan

      Here are the flight plans in all their details .

      a. EDDM-EFRO


      And here is our Navigation Log :

      Aegean Seagull flies to Santa’s Home Year #9 : EDDM-EFRO


    A/C : 737-700, 727-200 or any a/c type able to cruise with at least M0.78 at FL390









    Country / FIR

    Munich F. J. Strauss EDDM Airport Germany/ Munich FIR/EDMM
    ANKER ANKER ISEC - Y104 Germany/Muenchen FIR/EDMM
    MAMOR MAMOR ISEC - 030 36.2
    RUDNO RUDNO ISEC - 024 29.8 UL132


    AGNAV AGNAV ISEC - 011 14.2 Exit/Entrance
    KILNU KILNU ISEC - 011 55.7 Czech Rep./ Praha FIR/LKAA


    ABKIS ABKIS ISEC - 031 10.7 Germany/ Berlin FIR/EDBB

    Sweden/Malmo FIR/ESMM

    EKPEK EKPEK ISEC - 026 22.4
    RIVSA RIVSA ISEC - 011 8.8
    OGSEN OGSEN ISEC - 009 23.8
    DOBUR DOBUR ISEC - 011 12.1
    PEPOL PEPOL ISEC - 011 26.3
    SONUD SONUD ISEC - 011 8.8
    RENKI RENKI ISEC - 011 39.6
    RAKIT RAKIT ISEC - 353 15.9 UM725
    RODEP RODEP ISEC - 348 31.1
    UDAXI UDAXI ISEC - 348 4.7
    MASOR MASOR ISEC - 347 9.9
    LABES LABES ISEC - 351 16.3
    KOGIM KOGIM ISEC - 351 7.5
    ARGAD ARGAD ISEC - 351 11.5 UM44
    KEGEX KEGEX ISEC - 005 7.2 UZ400
    BAKLI  BAKLI ISEC - 005 17.5 Exit/Entrance
    ALMA ALM VOR/DME 116.40 359 29.7 Sweden/Malmo FIR/ESMM
    MAXUM MAXUM ISEC - 005 15.1 UM736
    NEXIL MAXUM ISEC - 006 40.9
    ROXEN ROXEN ISEC - 036 16.8 UN851
    DEKIK DEKIK ISEC - 036 15
    BEDOS BEDOS ISEC - 036 44.7
    MIKNA MIKNA ISEC - 036 41.5 Exit/Entrance
    PELUP PELUP ISEC - 037 28.4 Sweden/Stockholm FIR/ESOS
    TROSA TRS VOR/DME 114.30 036 50.9
    RESNA RESNA ISEC - 008 87.2 UM607
    ARTAB ARTAB ISEC - 015 39.7
    EDAXA EDAXA ISEC - 014 112.3 Exit/Entrance
    UMSOM UMSOM ISEC - 015 34.8 Sweden/Sundsvall FIR/ESUN
    LAPIX LAPIX ISEC - 015 36.4
    SOPLI SOPLI VOR/DME 114.50 015 20.9
    ELBOG ELBOG ISEC - 015 59.1
    BESLA BESLA ISEC - 020 46.1
    MISMO MISMO ISEC - 056 41.4


    ROVIX ROVIX ISEC - 057 10.6 Finland/Rovaniemi Control/EFPS
    LEKRA LEKRA ISEC - 057 18.8





    Total Distance is some 1225 nm.

    FSNavigator 4.X format flight plan and PMDG FMS flight plan can be found here.

    Note: Final Route is up to pilot's discretion.


      b. LGAV-EFRO


      And here is our Navigation Log :

      Aegean Seagull flies to Santa’s Home Year #9 : LGAV-EFRO


    A/C : 737-700, 727-200 or any a/c type able to cruise with at least M0.78 at FL390








    Airway Country/FIR
    Athens Eleftherios Venizelos LGAV Airport

    Hellas/Athinai FIR/LGGG

    NEVRA NEVRA ISEC - 353 26 UZ507 Exit/Entrance
    THESSALONIKI TSL VOR/DME - 008 87 UR35 Hellas/Makedonia FIR/LGMD
    EVIVI EVIVI ISEC - 332 54 UN133 Exit/Entrance
    VANET VANET ISEC - 355 54 Bulgaria/Sofia FIR/LBSR
    DOTAM DOTAM ISEC - 355 4
    EDADA EDADA ISEC - 355 7


    355 13
    TODRO TODRO ISEC - 352 13
    OGOTA OGOTA ISEC - 352 18
    RESLA RESLA ISEC - 352 7
    ERDOM ERDOM ISEC - 352 11
    LOMOS LOMOS ISEC - 352 19 Exit/Entrance
    ABRED ABRED ISEC - 342 50

    Romania/Bucuresti FIR/LRBB

    LANOM LANOM ISEC - 342 14
    PIBOL PIBOL ISEC - 342 9
    NEKUL NEKUL ISEC - 342 32
    EPOLA EPOLA ISEC - 342 19
    BESET BESET ISEC - 341 21
    EVRIK EVRIK ISEC - 341 11
    ODREN ODREN ISEC - 023 27 UZ317
    OBARA OBARA ISEC - 023 19


    023 12
    RIMER RIMER ISEC - 023 11
    RAVEK RAVEK ISEC - 023 10
    EPAVA EPAVA ISEC - 023 7
    RUMUK RUMUK ISEC - 016 24


    DIBED DIBED ISEC - 351 112 UM977

    Ukraine/Lviv FIR/UKLL


    OSMAT OSMAT ISEC - 355 21 Poland/Warszawa FIR/EPWW
    BALBA BALBA ISEC - 355 37
    ETUBO ETUBO ISEC - 355 97
    BESOT BESOT ISEC - 355 27
    EBIMA EBIMA ISEC - 355 22
    SUWALKI SUW ISEC - 355 47


    018 15 UM857


    VAKAL VAKAL ISEC - 005 34

    Lithuania/Vilnius FIR/EYVL

    GUNTA GUNTA ISEC - 008 92 Exit/Entrance
    ATRAK ATRAK ISEC - 008 14 Latvia/Riga FIR/EVRR
    RIGA RIA VOR/DME 112.05 008 20
    SOKVA SOKVA ISEC - 006 60 Exit/Entrance
    ANAMA ANAMA ISEC - 006 32 Estonia/Tallinn FIR/EETT
    KEMET KEMET ISEC - 006 19


    006 42
    BEKNA BEKNA ISEC - 018 8
    INTOR INTOR ISEC - 018 20
    BALTI BALTI ISEC - 018 5 Exit/Entrance


    018 26

    Finland/Tampere FIR/EFES

    ROVIL ROVIL ISEC 332 34 UM854


    355 2
    TILDO TILDO ISEC - 355 29
    EMLIS EMLIS ISEC - 354 18
    LUKAT LUKAT ISEC - 354 18
    DIPAR DIPAR ISEC - 354 8
    EPESI EPESI ISEC - 359 37
    VAVIX VAVIX ISEC - 355 16

    355 52 Exit/Entrance
    OSTOS OSTOS ISEC - 356 37 Finland/Rovaniemi FIR/EFPS


    356 30
    IRKUN IRKUN ISEC - 356 29
    BILSA BILSA ISEC - 356 27
    KEKOX KEKOX ISEC - 356 11






    Total Distance is some 1800 nm.

    FSNavigator 4.X format flight plan and PMDG FMS flight plan can be found here.

    Note: Although we would very much like all of our event pilots to have the suggested flight plan, the Final Route is definately up to pilot's discretion.



           8. IFR charts

     You can find all nessecary IFR charts for Munich F. J. Strauss (EDDM) here , Athens Eleftherios Venizelos (LGAV) here and for Rovaniemi (EFRO), Ivalo (EFIV) and Kittila (EFKT) airports here. ( Official Finland AIP Aeronautical Charts).

       Last year the event was a huge success on pilots participation terms and holding stacks were heavily loaded. For the record the first holding stack was located in Estonia'a FIR !!!!! It would be a good idea if you could refresh your holding procedures knowledge, to avoid causing any kind of inconvenience to the overstressed ATC or yourselves ;-).


          9. Flight Duration - What to expect in Rovaniemi.

   Duration of the Flight #1 EDDM-EFRO will be approx. 3,0 hours, from engine start up to engine shut down, not counting the delays that may happen due to increased traffic on ground in Munich.

    Duration of the Flight #2 LGAV-EFRO will be approx 4,0 hours, from engine start up to engine shut down, not counting the delays that may happen due to increased traffic on ground in Athens.

    All pilots be advised that Finnish vACC is organizing its Christmas Event  on 19-20/12 weekend, so expect quite a lot of traffic on EFRO arrival. To be more accurate expect traffic congestion on your arrival to EFRO, so be sure to have your fuel tanks full, and also take the time and be updated on the holding patterns in the area. Our experience from all these yeras shows with no doubt that this may be well the busiest approach you make for all your around the year  flights.

    A good friend flightsimmer and real life commercial pilot, Mr Vangelis Hasiotis ASe411 was lucky enough to fly the LGAV-EFRO flight in Christmas 2004 period. To see a photo-report from his visit to EFRO Rovaniemi, click here.

                                                     10. Cruise Flight Level and Mach Number

            First of all we would like you to participate with aircraft that are able to cruise with M 0.78. The suggested Flight Level is FL390 for EDDM-EFRO and LGAV-EFRO as well. This way we will ensure that the final Finland ATC will receive our flight within the specified time window and will not have to wait for us being widely dispersed. Now if you insist to fly with a slower aircraft then you should select a lower FL to keep clear of the M 0.78 main stream. In a case a faster aircraft is your choice, please select a higher Flight Level.

         11. Alternative Airport

        Usually Our Alternative Airport was Oulu EFOU around 100 nm south of Rovaniemi. As our past years experience shows it would be also good to be ready for diversion to one of the EFIV Ivalo (128nm northeast of EFRO) or EFKT Kittila (72 nm northwest of EFRO) airports as Finnish vACC will have them both ATC manned for easy to understand reasons.


         12. Fuel on board

        For Boeing 737-700 flyers such as Aegean Seagull’s “Island of Skiros” or "City of Chania"  35.000 lbs of fuel should be enough to cover flight EDDM-EFRO plus 45 mins of holding plus diversion to the alternative airport of Oulou (EFOU), Ivalo (EFIV) or Kittila (EFKT) plus medium delay on Munich ground. For the same conditions in LGAV-EFRO flight 45.000 lbs of fuel are enough. Expect long holding approaching EFRO so take care to have as much fueal as you can in your tanks. Although it is very good to plan carefully your fuel load, our events experience shows that 100% full fuel tanks will keep you out of agony's way.

       13. Missed Approach

        Some details about missed approach…

        This is something that every pilot, who respects himself, should pay some, at least some, attention. We, Aegean Seagull pilots, pay much, really much, attention to it. As weather conditions are not a controlled parameter to a flight, you can very easily be engaged a situation well under the minima for the decision altitude in your destination. In that case we execute a missed approach and we either go for a holding pattern and a second approach later either climb and fly direct to the alternative airport. The latest happens when the main destination airport is closed or there is no chance for the weather to become better. We also execute a missed approach when communication with ATC is lost prior to our landing clearance.

         This is the reason why you should study the missed approach pattern at both the destination and alternative airports. If a controller has many aircraft in his area of responsibility, it will be quite difficult for him/her to pay the extra attention needed to you. Besides this way we are as real as it gets…



                                      14. Saving your flight regularly - Reconnection procedures

        We strongly suggest you to save your flight in regular time intervals. This way you can ensure that even if a reboot is inevitable, then you will be within close range of the other aircraft. There is an EXCELLENT freeware utility by Peter Dowson called AUTOSAVE. Its a DLL that goes into the MODULES folder and it does things like saving your current flight status (in standard MSFS situation files) and then if it crashes it just resets your flight back to "10 seconds ago" status. You can have as many sequenced files saved (say last 10 or each 10'') and choose where to start from again. If you crash the aircraft FS will restart from last saved file. If FS itself crashes you can just go and select the situation (flight) file you wish from the list of files when you reload FS. It can be found at -> DOWSON 



     15. Registered Pilots

        In the tables below you can find all up to the moment registered pilots. 

Aegean Seagull Flies to Santa's Home Year #9  EDDM-EFRO

Departure Sequence  #

Pilot's Full Name 



Aircraft Type

FS Type

Assigned Gate / Stand

Assigned CTOT (UTC)


Aidan Rice









Aegean Seagull Flies to Santa's Home Year #9  LGAV-EFRO

Departure Sequence #

Pilot's Full Name 



Aircraft Type

FS Type

Assigned Gate / Stand

Assigned CTOT (UTC)

1. Kyprianos Biris ASE269 Hellas 737-600 FS2004 B07 16:10
2. Christos Makris OAL260 Hellas MD-11 FS2004 B17 16:15
3. George Papanikolopoulos ASE011 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 B11 16:20
4. Nikos Kantas ASE936 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 B09 16:25
5. Paschalis Katsiotis ASE287 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 A30 16:30
6. Babis Peribolas ASE300 Hellas 737-800 X-Plane 9 A32 16:35
7. Makis Tsaparidis ASE299 Hellas 767-300 FS2004 A34 16:40
8. Giorgos Papaioannou AEE292 Hellas 767-300 FS2004 A40 16:45
9. Dimitris Trakosas AEE196 Hellas 737-300 FS2004 A58 16:50
10. Manolis Chrisis AEE971 Hellas MD-11 FS2004 A44 16:55
11. Nikos Terizakis ASE194 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 B03 17:00
12. Thanasis Chatzikampouris SX-ICE Hellas 737-700 FS2004 B05 17:05
13. George Matsaridis ASE514 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 B07 17:10
14. George Kollias AEE621 Hellas 767-300 FS2004 A47 17:15
15. Thanasis Karponis AEE317 Hellas 767-300 FS2004 A43 17:20
16. Apostolos Damkalis AEE199 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 A50 17:25
17. Nikos Sabrakos AEE900 Hellas 757-200 FS2004 A54 17:30
18. Stamatis Stroggilis ASE064 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 A33 17:35
19. Anastasios P. Stathopoulos FIN2761 Hellas MD-11 FS2004 B17 17:40
20. Fotis Dimitropoulos ASE516 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 B13 LAST :-)
21. Socratis Vasilas OAL928 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 - DNR
22. Giannis Kariotis AGJ 001 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 - DNR
23. Vasilis Podaras AGJ101 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 - DNR
24. Panagiotis Papanikolaou AEO762 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 - DNR
25. Stelios Remoundos AGJ737 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 - DNR
26. Kostas Lattas AGJ310 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 - DNR
27. Gus Kostalambros ZEY912 Hellas MD-11 FS2004 - DNR
28. Nikos Trikas TVI335 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 - DNR
29. George Roussakis AGJ130 Hellas 737-700 FS2004 - DNR

DNR : Did Not Register

The following controllers provided ATC coverage for our LGAV-EFRO flight. We thank them very much and we are grateful for their coverage.

Aegean Seagull Flies to Santa's Home Year #9  LGAV-EFRO - ATC Coverage

ATC Callsign

ATC Station

ATCo's Full Name 


LGGG_CTR Athens Control Apostolos Damkalis Hellas
LGAV_APP Athens Approach Anastasios Petros Stathopoulos Hellas
LGAV_TWR Athens Tower Fotis Dimitropoulos Hellas
LRBB_N_CTR Bucarest Radar Alin Fusaru Romania
EPWW_S_CTR Warsow South Radar Maciej Lapoc Poland
EPWW_N_CTR Warsow North Radar Marius Czarnecki Poland
EYVL_CTR Vilnius Center Arvydas Cetyrkovskis Lithuania
EVRR_CTR Riga Center Martins Ledzins Latvia
EETT_CTR Tallinn Center Arno Taremae Estonia
EFES_CTR Tampere Radar Miika Asunta Finland
EFPS_S_CTR Rovaniemi Radar Juha Holopainen Finland
EFRO_APP Robaniemi Approach Florian Harms Germany
EFRO_R_APP Rovaniemi Director Alexander Klink Germany
EFRO_TWR Rovaniemi Tower Daniel Konrad Germany



16. Bonus ASe Christmas livery plus...

        Available for long haulers is the PMDG 747-400 repaint based on our launch livery with Christmas graphics added. This repaint was produced by Mr Paschalis Katsiotis ASe287. You can find it here.

        You can also have the "Bold & Beatiful" project livery for our PMDG 737NG created by Mr Babis Peribolas ASe300 here , or if you prefer ASe's launch livery you can find textures for PMDG 737NG here.

       Mr Chris Makris was kind enough to shoot these two pictures below while on LGAV ground. To see them in large format please click on them.





17. Wrapping things up

        Our dear Pilots and friends, we have established something special in the history of Aegean Seagull vAS, Hellenic vACC (the oldest event in its history)  and also well known in the international FS community. Therefore we hope that we will see you flying  with us. As it is a Special Event, please feel free to invite all FS friends of yours, even if they are not Aegean Seagull Pilots. We want to share this event with as many pilots as possible, because we want to share this strong tradition of our Virtual Airline System. 

      Many Thanks to 

- Mr Vangelis Hasiotis ASe411 for his contribution with the and EFRO approach/visit photo reportage. It feels really good to know that one of us flew this dreamy route as a real pilot !

- Mr Kyprianos Biris ASe269 for his contribution in updating the real-life LGAV-EFRO and EDDM-EFRO flightplans. 

- VATSIM's Finland vACC, Hellenic vACC, vACC-SAG (Munich Region - EDMM), Czech vACC, Scandinavian vACC (Swedish FIR), Lithuania vACC, Latvia vACC for their  valuable support in our Event. 

         Do not hesitate to contact us for any additional information or question you might have.


         Finally our best wishes for

  Merry Christmas and a Healthy & Happy New Year to you and your family !!!.




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