An Airline Profile By Peter Clark
John King Reports On An Airline Anniversary
Antonov Delivery By Neville Cameron.
The Antonov An-2 could best be described as ubiquitous, examples of this single radial engined biplane being found all over the former Soviet bloc and employed in all manner of utilitarian tasks. First flown as a type in 1947, it is still in production in Poland...
John King Reintroduces One Of Aviation's Classic Biplanes, The Beech Staggerwing.
FROM the tail wheel we moved on to the fuel tanks and bays. Because the Oscar was to be a taxiable static, it was decided that only one fuel tank needed to be operational. The tank worse for wear was chosen because we felt this would give us an indication of the condition of the remaining tank should the decision be made to fly the aircraft at a later stage...
Of Hurricane, Mitchel And Wanaka.
Aviation Medicine By Ross Ewing.
Additions, Deletions And Changes Of Ownership On The New Zealand Civil Register.
Robin Campbell And Gray Spicer In Beechcraft D17S Staggerwing Over Waiheke Island. Reflected In The Spinner Is Cessna 180 Zk-BJX, Flown By Bill Saunderson. John King Photograph.