Saturday, July 05, 2008

A "new" PA28-181 for Wellington Aero Club

I took my first look at ZK-FHQ, Wellington Aero Club's "new" PA28-181 Archer today. Club members will know that this aircraft has been around the Club for many years, but it's just out of the paint shop with a fresh coat of shiny new paint. It looks stunning! The aircraft just has a couple of minor maintenance items to attend to then we can use it again.

I didn't mind the old paint scheme too much, but I have to say, this is a vast improvement. I'm sure that it will be well received by members who will be very keen to fly it.

Anyway, here's a photo of our "new" looking aircraft. Now we are all waiting for ZK-EIF, the PA28-201R to return to the Club. It'll have new paint, engine, propellor and goodness knows what else. That will be a sight to see!

ZK-FHQ, Piper PA28-181 Archer at Wellington Aero Club


Nicks Aviation : Note from Stratford Taranaki said...

Nice paint job looks fast just sitting there.

Goes to show paint job makes the plane eh.

Rodney said...

Yeah. The inside did not get done up, but still looks quite nice. Can't wait until the Arrow gets back. That's got new almost everything :-)

Nicks Aviation : Note from Stratford Taranaki said...

yeah send pic's of that it will be slick and with a paint job as good as FHQ will be a Stunner.