AIRFest 28 - KLOUDBusters
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AIRFest 28 Media Information
Media Information for AIRFest 28
All members of the press are invited contact the KLOUDBusters AIRFest 28 Organizing committee (info@kloudbusters.org) for information on AIRFest 28.

Photographers Information for AIRFest 28
Photographers wishing access within the flight line perimeter must purchase a special photographers identification vest from KLOUDBusters at a cost of $35. If you don't have a vest purchased from us you will not be allowed on the range.

Only PROFESSIONAL Photographers will be allowed on the flight line. To get a vest and badge to gain access to the flight line, you must complete a "AIRFest 28 Photographers Access Form" prior to the start of AIRFest 28 specifying which publication or company you represent. "Freelance" is not acceptable. Complete the form and mail your $35 to: AIRFest 28 / KLOUDBusters Inc., c/o Science Education Center, 1321 E. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67211. You can pick-up your photographers vest and badge at registration when you arrive at the launch site. No refunds.

Control of photographers on the flight line will be the responsibility of the on-duty Launch Control Officer and the Launch Director. Failure to comply with their direction will result in the immediate revocation of photographers privileges without refund.

KLOUDBusters reserves the right to limit the per-company number of photographers and the number of photographers on the flight line at any given time.

All of the above has been implemented to promote the safety of everyone attending AIRFest 28, to keep the flow of the launch running smoothly, and avoid unnecessary delays or inconvenience to flyers from photographers actions.

AIRFest 28 is coming to the Rocket Pasture at Argonia!!!

KLOUDBusters has hosted LDRS at our Argonia, KS launch site: 1993, 1994, 1999, 2003, 2008, 2011, & 2019.
KLOUDBusters launches have been featured in TV programs twice: Rocket Challenge in 2003 and
LDRS-Large Dangerous Rocket Ships in 2011.