Hawkes Bay & East Coast Aero Club, along with Air BP, are pleased to offer persons in Hawkes Bay the opportunity to try for selection for our 2014 Flying Training Scholarships. The selection process includes an interview, questionnaire, briefing and an evaluation flight. The entrance fee is $70.00 and includes the evaluation flight (which must be taken by Friday, 2nd May 2013).
All flying training prizes are to be flown with Hawkes Bay & East Coast Aero Club.
5 Individual Prizes of $1,380.00 each of Flying Training
Plus: Each prize winner receives Free Membership*
and a Pilot Logbook.
Special Runner-Up Prize:
$500.00 Flying Training and Free Membership*
Entry Form download from>>>> HERE
SPORT AIRCRAFT ASSOCIATION 50TH ANNIVERSARY FLY-IN HERE AT BRIDGE PA 6TH-9TH MARCH.
Over 100 aircraft and 200 attendees are expected to fly in for this event. A showcase of the efforts of the nations aircraft homebuilders. Come along and have a look. Who knows you may be inspired to start building your own project. Some are kit form and others start from a sheet of plans. There will be people here who can answer all your questions about building your own aircraft.
There will be fly aways on the Friday 7th and Saturday 8th March and a lot of traffic in the area so keep your eyes open. NOTAM advisories will be in place re traffic.
There is a large scale BBQ dinner at the Club on the Friday night and the attendees head to their annual dinner next door at the golf club on the Saturday night.This should be a lot of fun.
Well done, 2014 National Competitions team!
Fresh from the Nationals at Tauranga…Our team have done us proud winning the premier trophy – the Wigram Cup and the Ivon Warmington Trophy (Liferaft dropping) and placing 2nd= in the North Shore Trophy for team with the highest overall points across the competitions.
Graeme – they let Brazil keep the World Cup after they won it 3 times so maybe the Ivon Warmington is all yours now!
Graemes bombardier Mike Fleming is off to Melbourne in April as part of the Kiwi Wings Trophy team after winning the wildcard qualifier for the Forced Landing.
To get a better overview of the Hastings Aerodrome Manager Kevin England asked if I (Tim Whittaker) could get images and video using the Photodrone. It was very windy and on the boarder of being flyable but as all the planes were lined up we gave it a go. Hawkes Bay Today photographer Glenn Taylor on the camera controls for the first time did a great job!