Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Seven + One.

There are seven PA-28 Cherokee's and part of one PA-38 Tomahawk in this view as seen in the corner of the Canterbury Aero Clubs hangar today.
The row includes ZK-EBM, ZK-EBP, ZK-DQZ, ZK-EBC, ZK-DUW, ZK-FJT with ZK-EBV still nearly complete to the right of the pic. Also the cockpit section of ZK-EYF is tucked in there as well.

6 comments:

  1. Oh wow... What's happening with these aircraft?

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  2. They are the planes I learned to fly on many years ago, sad to see them like that.

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  3. I wish I could fly with this aircraft. I am wondering what happen to that aircraft?

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  4. They're there because their time has come. I believe they're out of airframe hours and either cant be renewed or its not economically viable to do so.

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  5. fjt had a encounter with some trees a little while back

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