Rob Neil talks with Southtec, a Dunedin-based company that has invented a cunning solution to a familiar problem facing pilots.
The WWII American Bomber Airfield that never was
Peter Cooper downs the tools of his day job and heads for Paris to see what the Le Bourget Salon had to offer.
When they're being tossed about in ferocious seas, often with a broken mast or taking on water, it's the sight most yachties yearn for - an RNZAF P-3 Orion looming into view. Judith Martin looks at the RNZAF's eyes and ears in the sky.
Editor Callum Macpherson talks with niche operator Hanmer Air, and finds that a simple detail such as timing can make all the difference.
Pacific Wings correspondent Andy Heap visited Air New Zealand Engineering Services recently, and discovered that innovation and Kiwi ingenuity are alive and well.
From the archives and memory of Mike Feeney.
Getting a university degree in aviation doesn't mean you are ""confined"" to airline flying - the military is also an option, and a very attractive one - as three Massey University undergraduates found out recently.
Fatigue in Flight Operations, by Dr Dave Baldwin.
Shuttleworth & Yaks over Canterbury, by Alex Mitchell.
Additions, deletions, and changes of ownership on the NZ civil register, by Dave Paull.