A Look Back at an Airshow at Nelson in 1992

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Following on from Blue Bus's Question Time #? that was nailed by Mit (how was the chocolate fish?), I came across this you tube video of an airshow at Nelson in 1992 that showed...

ZK-OKC on the roll

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 Wheels turning - but engines not yet burning and churning. Boeing 777-219 ZK-OKC (c/n 34377) is the first of the four stored Air NZ 777s at Christchurch to enter the hangar for reactivation work...

Meanwhile up at North Shore on 8-8-2020

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David Wilkinson was making good progress towards the first flight of his Rihn DR 107 One Design ZK-EZG2 finishing off the many final jobs:

Flying with Air France during the pandemic

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Note: the following is a review of a trip and includes the personal opinions of the author. Despite gloomy news just about everywhere for commercial aviation, Europe has been something of a bright spot over...

New Savage Cub at Tauranga Today 8-8-2020

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The Hairy Mole Rat was at Tauranga Airport today to catch the new Zlin Savage Cub ZK-LAP out taxying in the sun: ZK-LAP (c/n 322) was built by Malcolm Savill of Mt Maunganui from a...

New Savage Cub at Tauranga Today 8-8-2020 And First Flight 9-8-2020

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The Hairy Mole Rat was at Tauranga Airport today to catch the new Zlin Savage Cub ZK-LAP out taxying in the sun: ZK-LAP (c/n 322) was built by Malcolm Savill of Mt Maunganui from a...

ZK-ILP

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Not blogged here before is the 2005 AS350B-2 ZK-ILP which visited Pauanui today.  This was imported from the USA in mid 2019 and is owned by a Cambridge company.  

CMM still wandering down South

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 CMM is still wandering around in the deep South. Here are four pics from his recent Gore visit. Above is the Phoenix Aviation Ltd's Pacific Aerospace 750XL ZK-PNX3 (c/n 131). If you cast your mind back you will...

Antarctic season begins.

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Douglas C-17 Globemaster III 03-3127 (c/n 50135) over the boundary fence. The first flight for the 2020 Antarctic Season, RCH175, arriving this morning into Christchurch from Hickam after making the hop from McChord Air Force...

Recent Variations on Pacific Aerospace XL 750s

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Pacific Aerospace continue to produce XL 750 aircraft at their Hamilton Airport facilities with several recently going to New Zealand operators for parachute dropping and one for topdressing work. ZK-KEO was in a recent...

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