Able to land and take off from ridiculously short strips, the aptly named Helo Courier is truly a remarkable utility aircraft that approaches the limits of the bottom left corner of the flight envelope. Andy Heap takes a look at New Zealand's first and only example Trevor Collins' ZK-TCE
Words by Martin Muller. Photographs by Glenn Alderton, Duncan Myers, and Martin Muller.
The latest company to make itself at home in Hamilton as a result of that far-sighted council's B2H programme is UK company, CTC Aviation Training. CTC is a specialist organisation that provides aviation training and consultancy services to airlines around the world; its new facility at Hamilton is a synergistic ""win-win"" accomplishment for both CTC and the Hamilton region, as Rob Neil learned at the company's official opening in April.
From the archives of Mike Feeney
Cobbled together by Mike Feeney
Additions, deletions, and changes of ownership on the NZ civil register, by Dave Paull
Callum Macpherson takes a look at the revolution-in-progress that is night vision goggles.