Well at last we are back in the air after a few issues(technical)
You must see the ATC Motor Glider,it looks the best##1
Last weekend saw the Grob and two of the instructors head away from Ardmore to Whenuapai Airfield for some circuits and checks. It was a great day and the ASC were most welcoming,all of them are looking forward to the Cadets using the glider.
29 minutes later and we were in the circuit at Ardmore. Big thanks from the Ardmore Airport Company who have been so supportive to the Trust and Cadets. We have it currently parked there for repositioning.
Next weekend No40 SQN ATC will have a flying Camp at Auckland Gliding Club and the Grob will be used by the cadets.
The following weekend No6 SQN at WP and on Sunday we have the Grob on display at the Warbirds Flying Display for the Air Cadets to use for their cadet recruiting, so come along and have a look.
We look forward to seeing you at the WARBIRDS FLYING DISPLAY on Sunday 28th Nov.
Well the weather forecast was again not true to the weather and what a great day it was.!!!!!
The Warbirds put on a great day with that magic noise of the Spitfire and P51 and of course the jets just added to the noise of the Day!!
We had a lot of interest in the ATC and of course the Grob 109. So many good comments from the public and the cadets cant wait till their Squadrons gliding roster day.
All going to plan, we will be relocating the Grob to Whenuapai, as we have at last got the new UV wing covers. Ardmore Airport have been so helpful and accomodating to the Pegasus Flying Trust,allowing us to position GNW, while we have been carrying out Famil training.... a BIG thanks to them.