Four of the Canterbury Aero Club's Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk's were gathered at Rangiora early this afternoon. I believe they were crewed by a bunch of Indian air traffic controllers.
From the left we have ZK-EYJ2
(c/n 38-78A0075) in its "NW Arch" colour scheme.
Then we have ZK-EYC2
(c/ns 38-78A0232; 38-79A0614; and 38-79A0402 respectively) in the older Club colour scheme.
ZK-EYJ was previously ZK-RPD; ZK-EYC is ex ZK-MKN, and ZK-EYF was once ZK-EZI.
Photo supplied by Allan Bowman.
I hope they were crewed by Indian pilots, rather than air traffic controllers...ReplyDelete
when in the south island do they follow the main road like the nh island indian pilots,do they look out the window and do they get the correct town they are flying ovaReplyDelete
They are Hong kong student and they are having their solo training there for two weeks timeReplyDelete
Thanks for the update.ReplyDelete