I headed back North from Wellington on Sunday 22 April on a lovely day. First stop was Wanganui which was much more accessible than last time I called in, and quite a few aircraft were out in the sun.
The NZICPA (New Zealand International Commercial Pilot's Academy) Partenavia P 68B ZK-MYF
(ex ZK-ERA) taxied down to the refuelling pumps before some flying training.
Wanganui Aero Club's Piper PA 38-112 Tomahawk ZK-FRS.
and their Cessna 172S ZK-RQA.
Cessna A152 ZK-JDB
is registered to the North Taranaki Aero Club at Inglewood (Norfolk Road) but I understand it is on loan to the Wanganui Aero Club.
A visitor was Piper PA 28-181 Archer II ZK-ENV
which is registered to a Timaru owner.
Also recently purchased by the Wanganui Aero Club is Piper PA 18-95 ZK-BTU
. It has been with them since 28/9/17.
In the crammed aero club hangar was Maule MXT 7-180 ZK-JQY
which is registered to Wanganui Sea and Air Charters Ltd (John Luff). In the foreground is Kitfox ZK-KIT
and in the back of the hangar were a couple of Pitts - S 1D ZK-PEG
and S 2A ZK-JAG2
and the Glasair TD ZK-JDL
Air Chathams DC 3 ZK-AWP
has been parked at Wanganui for some time, with a pretty nice background for a photo.
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