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Warbirds over Wanaka – Media Coverage.

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Out the window the weather looks somewhat bleak.  The remains of last night rain lingers in the clouds above.  Looking to the south the sky is a glowing shade of blue.

Sunday is here, the last day of Warbirds over Wanaka.  I’m sitting in the media centre with my Photographer, Matt Richardson waiting for the displays to start.

I’m looking at some of the coverage from the main stream media outlets and I’m enjoying what I’m watching.

Media Links:

TV3 – Warbirds thrill crowd at Wanaka – Video

TVNZ – Warbirds spectacular over Wanaka.

Some Tweets:

philipnewmannz: Heh that looks awesome @LookoutPointNZ: Just back in Queenstown after an awesome day at Warbirds Over Wanaka http://twitpic.com/1csswh

HolidaysZQN: The Warbirdsover Wanaka has been a big success so far with records numbers attending.The F-18’s are amazing aircraft.

GamejunkieNZ: F18A Hornets at Warbirds over Wanaka today were awesome. They can travel at 1000kmh and you don’t hear them till it’s too late! Awesome cool

flightseeing: Incredible first day at Warbirds Over Wanaka – looking forward to tomorrow!!! http://fb.me/uycGPezx

I’ll add some more photos of the action to the site today from the Media Centre.

– Philip Newman


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