Start date: 24 February 2022
Latest update:24 February 2022
End date: To be advised
Incident Airspace currently unavailable
Due to the rapidly developing situation in Ukraine we have been advised by the Ukrainian postal service (Ukrposhta) that Ukrainian airspace is now closed. We are working with the Ukrainian postal service and other postal partners to establish road routes into the country. We are still accepting items for Ukraine but please be advised that deliveries to all parts of the country are subject to unpredictable delays. We will provide further updates as soon as we receive them.
Since Russia have closed their Airspace to UK Aircraft, it is inevitable that Russia will follow as have the Ukraine above.
Our sincere apologies but mailing to these two Countries may well be impossible for the forthcoming months.
DX-Adventure is a joint venture of Max-ON5UR and Erik-ON4ANN, and consists of 15 very enthusiastic people with all experience in participating or organizing a DX-pedition.
The first DX-Adventure project is therefore immediately ambitious:
The Arctic Archipelago – Svalbard – IOTA EU026 from April 19-26, 2022.
The setup is to be active with 5 stations on all HF bands in different modes (CW, SSB, RTTY, FT8-FT4). In addition, we have the ambition to be the first to activate EU026 on QO-100. Three team members take on the challenge of driving a snowmobile all the way to Kapp Linné, about 100km east of Longyearbyen.
This is the only location that allows a “line of sight” on the QO-100 satellite. In addition, Kapp Linné is also on the edge of the satellite footprint – speaking of a challenge…
Read all about the DXpedition here.
Every contribution is welcome and appreciated, but with a donation of at least 25 Euros you have a chance to win one of the 10 JW0X flags. With a donation of 50 Euro you will receive a beautiful JW0X scarf (17 x 125 cm), a nice souvenir that should not be missing in the shack.
A list of all registered sponsors can be found on the JW0X sponsor page,
You hear our signals we feel the pile-up.
DX Adventure team
Transport for the 3Y0J trip in November this year to Bouvet Island is via Marama Expeditions.
Their current transport is currently in Antarctica and we were treat to these nice photographs from the Boat today. Hopefully this gives everyone the excitement that this is really happening and as the next few months pass by, please keep an eye on the websites and Facebook pages for updates.