A blog on NZ Civil Aircraft encompassing previous histories and facts.
Friday, 10 June 2011
A couple of strays at Christchurch
On this grotty drizzle soaked morning (10-06-2011) I captured these two strays (although the Navajo has been seen around for a few days),
Piper PA31-325 Navajo ZK-NOW2 (c/n 31-7912032) came to NZ from Australia and became ZK-WSB with Rob Borrius-Broek on 10-04-2000. and was based in Christchurch. It was re-registered as ZK-NOW on 24-04-2006 and joined Air West Coast in December of 2006. About a year later (22-11-2007) it was listed to Brick Securities Ltd of Auckland. It still wears the dayglo lower outer wing panels from its earlier Christchurch days.
On the tie downs beside the Canterbury Aero Club hangar was the Tecam P2008 demonstrator ZK-JAX3 (c/n 005) of Ardmore Aviation Services Ltd. It has been getting its share of exposure in the local aviation rags recently.