Monday, April 03, 2006

Wellington Aero Club Aircraft

Here are the pictures of some of the lighter aircraft at the open day. Most of these are available for hire by Wellington Aero Club [] members, although the Saratoga is only used for Capital Air [] flights and I think perhaps the Beech 58 will be.

I forgot [!] to get any pictures of the Club's PA28 Warrior and Archer aircraft, and the Piper Arrow PA28-201 was away for the day.

Top to bottom they are:

2 x PA38-112 Tomahawks - the Club's primary trainers
Cessna C172
Mooney M20C
Piper Saratoga
Beech 58

Piper Tomahawk basic trainersCessna C172Mooney M20CPiper SaratogaBeech 58


Gavin said...

Wow a lot of awesome pictures there!

I saw WAC and for a second thought it was WAG!

737 flight deck eh? Nice!

Looks like it was a great show!

Rodney said...


Yep - got that right! It was awesome! Wellington is a very nice place to fly in many ways.

Just a shame we don't have harvards, the Thunder Mustang, Tiger Moths and so forth based here - then it would be just perfect :-) I also miss dealing with 8-10 aircraft in the circuit...

Then again, you don't get a 737 parked on the AAC apron for an open day!

Gavin said...

That's true, but I'd like to see 'em try lol!