Wellington weather is getting back to what we wanted, with another day that was just perfect for flying. Long may it last!
After two PA38 flights this week, I stayed on the ground, but it's looking good for a bit of a Cessna mission tomorrow - more on that tomorrow if the weather holds up :-)
Today's notable visitors were 3 Cessnas.
The first is a C172M, ZK-DWO, registered to a Takapau address. I have to say that this is one of the dirtiest aircraft I've ever seen, with the empennage and tail covered in bird droppings... must be parked up somewhere convenient for a lot of birds...
The second is a C172K, ZK-DEP, registered to a Martinborough address. I didn't get up close to this one [it arrived later in the evening], but looked quite nice from across the apron. Lastly is R182 [retractable], ZK-EKL, registered to Kapiti Districts Aero Club of Paraparaumu. This has had a recent paint job and looked really tidy.
Enjoy the pictures and hopefully a few more tomorrow evening!