The Gulfstream G450Auckland-based 737-300 captain Graeme Mollison looks over Gulfstream's long-legged G450; a biz jet of no compromise from - and for - the best in the business
2006 has seen the advent of a new breed of 21st century gladiators whose Colosseum is the vastness of the South Island's magnificent alpine sky Rob Neil attended the World Gliding Grand Prix at Omarama recently and reports on the new global sporting phenomenon that is televis glider Grand Prix racing
Flying with the RoulettesWings photographer Glenn Alderton flew with the RAAF's crack aerobatuc team recently, and experiences a glimpse of what it takes to be a military display pilot.
SAA NZ Annual Fly in and Airshow Report by Mike Feeney. Photographs by Hugh Mitton
From the archives and memory of Mike Feeney
Hypertension, by Dr Dave Baldwin
Additions, deletions and changes of ownership on the NZ civil register, by Dave Paull
Antarctica is usually the domain of Hercules, but the great hunter Orion has made his first foray to "The Ice" recently, when the RNZAF landed a P-3K at Pegasus Airfield as part of a trial to see if regular Orion missions south are feasible. Andy Heap reports on a successful sub-zero venture.
ColourWings No.276: Trailing water ballast, New Zealand's own Terry Delore loops a
158-a during a celebration display following the inaugural NZ Gliding Grand Prix.