Education, Not Limitation
John King Reports On The Cub And Auster Fly In
HAVING his helicopter take off by itself only to unceremoniously crash into a river bed a few seconds later is just one of the memorable events in pilot Doug Maxwell's 22 years in commercial aviation. Doug, who lives on his 200ha deer farm near Alexandra in Central Otago, has been closely involved in pioneering aerial deer recovery in New Zealand and in more recent years has helped lead the development of aerial radio telemetry and pest control.
Matthew Wright Reports On A-4's Refuelling From a RAAF Boeing 707 In Recent Exercises.
Kiwis Flying For Emirates In The Gulf.
WHEN an island nation suffers from an overwhelming geographical isolation, with the traditional form of transport by ship, it needs to establish a modern and efficient transport system. This is the story of the Republic of Nauru, an island nation 166 degrees 55 minutes east longitude and 0 degrees 55 minutes latitude, or some 32 miles south of the equator. The island is an uplifted coral formation of some 21 sq. km, with a circumference of 19.3 km. Nauru is home to one of the smallest nations on earth, with just 11,000 people and the legacy of a century of mining rich phosphate deposits.
Recent Restrictions On Type.
Additions, Deletions And Changes Of Ownership On The New Zealand Civil Register.
Flying A Fighter Approach - Paul Fenton In Taumarunui Aerial Co-Op's Cresco ZK-TMN. Ross Macpherson Photo.