A record four air forces will attend next Easter’s Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow. The Royal New Zealand Airforce will be joined by aircraft and crews from the United States Airforce, Royal Australian Airforce and French Airforce.
Me-109 bound for Wanaka.
Wanaka: A special aircraft has begun a 19,000 kilometre, 47-day voyage bound for the Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow at Easter.
NZPI – Parakai Aerodrome.
Parakai is located to the north of Helensville and is a strip for light general aviation and sport aircrafts.
NZLX – Alexandra Aerodrome.
Alexandra is located in the very heart of Central Otago, about 3/4 of the way down the South Island of New Zealand.
NZWN – Wellington Aerodrome.
Wellington airport is located between to hills. Weather is always a problem in the area as it changes quick and quite often.
Catalina Flying Boat Returns
Wanaka: Four years, $350,000 and 10,000 volunteer hours later, New Zealand’s only airworthy Catalina Flying Boat has taken to the skies again in preparation for display at this Easter’s Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow.
CTC Aviation seeking aspiring flight instructors
CTC Aviation has wished 14 flight instructors ‘clear skies’ in the last six months as they take up new airline jobs, so the Hamilton flight training organisation is launching a national recruitment drive.
Warbirds over Wanaka.
Warbirds over Wanaka is New Zealand's most well known air show. Based out of Wanaka airport the show brings people from around the globe.
NZ Pilot Expo – 2010 and Beyond.
The NZ Pilot Expo runs once a year around March. Its focus is on pilots and aircraft owners and technology that points towards safer aviation.
RNZAF Open Day – Whenuapai.
The R.N.Z.A.F. run open days are held on their Whenuapai and Oharkia bases every two years. They comprise the best the Air force has to offer along with a war birds display.