CatKnight, you've noted that French pilots must fly from Etampes to their assigned aerodrome, however the field at Etampes is not in WOFF. Might I suggest Saint-Inglevert instead. I am planning on having my pilot serve with MS23 which will be based at Lahoussoye on 1 February, 1915. Flying from Saint-Inglevert would offer a cross-country flight of about 160km with a duration of about an hour and twenty minutes. Here is the map showing what would be a very easy to follow route, (open the image in a new window to view it full size):
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