One day in 2012 I had the privilege of flying New Zealand’s first, and only, Aeronca 100, a two seat, high wing monoplane with a two-cylinder engine of 36 horsepower.
RNZAF air and ground crew with a PBY 5 Catalina at Lauthala Bay, Fiji 1944-1945. My father is somewhere in the photo.
This is a photo of DHC Chipmunk ZK-BSV operated by the Otago Aero Club at Taieri in the early 1960s.
This photograph is of a distinctive cloud formation that forms overhead the small town of Middlemarch in the Strath Taieri region of the South Island of New Zealand.
Representing aviation clients enables me to spend time with people who have the same values and interests as I do. The clients like that I speak their language.
ZK-AMW was built in the UK c. 1936 but first flew in NZ c. 2006. I flew it in mid 2012 thanks to the generosity of owner/restorer Kip Netherclift &...