Mr David Rendel, president of the New Zealand aviation federation.
VENISON RECOVERY has always operated in the twilight zone of New Zealand aviation — hovering between a respectable and a questionable image. But things are changing and, with tourism seen as the next bonanza for helicopter operations, some surprising transformations are taking place. Dave Bates reports from the Southern Lakes.
Single engine IFR air transport operations by Mike Feeney
Roger Ayers takes a look at Momona and Taieri.
Feilding doctor and PPL Dr Paul Monro has written a critique of the current first aid kit and suggested alternative contents.
Over 40 years ago Johnnie Houlton flew ""OU-V"", a Spitfire of No.485(NZ) Squadron, during raids over German held territory. Today he has had the opportunity to fly in the fighter once more, now rebuilt. Wings geatures excerpts from his soon to be released wartime autobiography ""Spitfire Strikes"
The RNZAC AGM. A report on the director of civil aviation's address.
Additions and changes of ownership on the New Zealand civil register.
Water level sioux. RNZAF official photograph.