After a quick briefing, including an introduction to the aircraft in the hanger and "if there's an earthquake, please protect the Spitfire!" :-), we were able to have a good look around.
The WW2 historic warbirds were all airworthy and flown periodically. the Bell UH-1H Huey could be made airworthy and the Aermacchi MB-337 I'm not sure. Anyway, here are the aircraft. Check out the website for details of all these aircraft.
First up is the Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX. What an awesome machine!
Next up is the mighty Grumman TBM-3E Avenger. This was, by far, the largest aircraft in the hanger.
Last up from Biggin Hill is the Aermacchi MB339CB.
Now for the very last photo from this series. Thanks to Iain Latter for supplying this image of the 18 aircraft that flew into Ohakea. This was taken from the control tower. Thanks Iain!