Aerophobis And Tperophobia.
WHEN THE system of checking the calibration of New Zealand's aerial navigation aids changed in 1989, the howls of protest from local interests were loud and long.
The People Behind The Success
Aviation Medicine With Dr Ross Ewing.
A Look At Bell's Four-Bladed 407, By John King
Rob Leach Comments On The Funding Predicament That CAA Find Themselves In.
How Best To Investigate Transport Accidents.
With Richard Watt - Additions, Deletions, And Changes Of Ownership On The New Zealand Civil Register.
A Rare Bird. Stan Smiths Flying His Recently Restored Dh84 Dragon Late Last Month. John King Photograph.
WHEN SAFE AIR management decided that the time had come to cease operating its faithful old workhorses the Bristol 170Freighter, little did they realise that for one aircraft, that day was not the end of the line. Named Merchant Hauler by the company, and registered as ZK-CLT, for over twenty years she was Charlie Lima Tango to the pilots who flew her, and to the engineers who maintained her.