A new feature on current events in the aero club scene.
For over a quarter of a century Des Lynskey has guided the fortunes of SAFE air. Geoffrey Bentley writes of Des Lynskey's career on the eve of his retirement from the marlborough-based airline.
Just how mich does the user require? Wings reviews som of the submissions in reply to the Ministry of Transport's Review document on airways and airport financing
John King investigates the options facing the future administration of New Zealand's busiest general aviation airfield.
Tiger Club secretary John King reports on Moth happenings including the rebuild of ZK-ALM in wartime RNZAF training yellow as NZ841.
A review of the recently released autobiography of Geoffrey Ellis.
A reader examines the potential of the Harrier II in replacing the RNZAF's Skyhawks.
Another in the series of comments on airmanship (or lack of it) displayed in recent incidents. This month deals with cautionary tales regarding the effect of cross winds.
Returns with a look at aero management courses, the application of a maori affairs concept to CAD, and a caution as to the delayed effect dangerous goods can have on freight lockers.
A newcomer to the flying club scene is visited by assistant editor Janic Geelen.
Additions and changes of ownership on the New Zealand civil register.
Recently restored warbird, de Havilland tiger moth ZK-BRB, alias NZ1459, takes the air east of ardmore. John King photograph.