Monthly Archives: October 2011

Concept exploration

Some concept sketches I have come up with at this stage

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North East Tionol

Tionol Kara Doyle of the East Coast Pipers (New York), has kindly offered to distribute a questionaire for me at their Tionol this weekend, I am hoping for a good response to this, they will have about fifty pipers in … Continue reading

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Humidipak instrument protection

One way of addressing the problems associated with humidity variations

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Na Piobaire Uilleann piper census :(

This was posted by Terry Moylan at NPU to the Uilleann Pipes Mailing List on Thu, 19 Jun 2003: “NPU does not have every piper in the world on our books, and every ‘piper’ on our books might only have … Continue reading

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Extra Aer Lingus stipulations

Carriage of Musical Instruments A musical instrument can be carried in the cabin provided it is within the hand baggage size/weight limits. (The maximum dimensions for a cabin bag are – 55cms x 40cms x 20cms or 22ins x 16ins … Continue reading

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Aer Lingus baggage gauge frame

Baggage is restricted to one piece per passenger. The maximum dimensions for a cabin bag are: 55cm x 40cm x 20cm or 22in x 16in x 8in. Baggage must weigh under 10 kgs/22lbs and be small enough to fit in … Continue reading

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Ryanair baggage gauge frame

CABIN BAGGAGE Strictly one item of cabin baggage per passenger (excluding infants) weighing up to 10kg with maximum dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm is permitted. (handbag, briefcase, laptop, shop purchases, camera etc.) must be carried in your 1 … Continue reading

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