ZK-BNL has now been online with the Canterbury Aero Club for more than sixty years.
A gathering was held at Rangiora today 09-10-2016 to celebrate this achievement.
Above we see ZK-BNL scurrying back towards its hangar ahead of the pending inclemency.
Above - one of its many circuits today.
Below is the first entry in its log book.
And a couple of fact sheets kindly put together for the occasion.
and longest serving chreokee 140 with an aero club.same with a cessna 150\152 and the trusty 172 would be interesting to know....ReplyDelete
Ah yes !Delete
But can you tell me their registrations ?
Also don't overlook the Robbie 22 and the Hughes 269.
That's a worry reading about the high accident rate for the Auster........since I'm slowly putting one of the old CAC fleet back in the air! (BBZ)ReplyDelete