Wednesday, 16 January 2013

CMM reports from the deep South.

Good olde CMM and Mrs CMM have submitted these photos taken at Invercargill on January the 11th.
Cessna 180 ZK-BJU (c/n 31451) lives, along with several other aircraft and boats etc, in an open hangar at Invercargill Airport. She appears to have changed her scheme since I last spied her at Masterton. See:-
It is still listed to M J Tapper of Riversdale.
Cessna U206F Stationair ZK-DWM (c/n 02895) first flew in NZ on 21-10-1975 and was delivered to Floatplane Air Services att Rotorua and was re-listed to Sulphur City Aviation Ltd at NZRO on 17-08-1988. It moved south for Invercargill Holdings about July of 1992.
Work in progress is this Maranda floatplane. I believe it is a Hunter Hamilton project.
(This was one of the answers in the Christmas Question Time quiz).
And this is the Hugh Tapper Rans S-7 Courier ZK-JGV (c/n 694134) - registered since 27-03-1997.

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