The Aviation Safety Board.
WITH A TURBULENT operational history, peppered with some storms of controversy, the air service between Invercargill and Stewart Island has not had a smooth passage since being relinquished byMount Cook Airlines in 1976. However it would appear that fairer skies are now in prospect.
John King introduces the latest from Cessna - their biggest ever single - the C.208 Caravan. Two - CK-SFA and ZK-SFB - are on order for Outdoor Aviation for their Skyferry operation across Cook Strait.
The way ahead. A summary of recent CAD report.
The hazards of air-to-air photography.
The late Stan Quill writes of his impressions of a warbird of the period between the wars - the Fairey IIIF
Additions and changes of ownership on the New Zealand civil register.
A sight new to local skies - Cessna's Caravan demonstrator. John King photograph.