First up is one of Kapiti Aero Club's Cessna A152, ZK-ELS. This is an aerobatic model. The C152 is the mainstay of Kapiti's flight training fleet. Int he background is the aero club's rooms.
|Cessna A512, ZK-ELS, operated by Kapiti Aero Club|
This next aircraft is a privately operated TL-Ultralight TL3000 Sirius. The aircraft is based in Whanganui and was flown in by a Wnaganui Aero Club competitor.
|TL-Ultralight TL3000 Sirius, ZK-EBG|
The following aircraft is also from Whanganui. ZK-JQY is a Maule MXT-7-180.
|Maule MXT-7-180, ZK-JQY|
Next we have two aircraft from Hawkes Bay, and the Hawkes Bay & East Coast Aero Club. First up is a Cessna 172N, ZK-EKG, which is operated by Skybird Aviation.
|Cessna 172N, ZK-EKG, operated by Skybird Aviation|
Last up for this post is a Piper PA28-181, ZK-FQQ, which is operated by Hawkes Bay & East Coast Aero Club of Hastings.
|Piper PA28-181, ZK-FQQ, operated by Hawkes Bay & East Coast Aero Club|