Classic New Zealand Aviation 3
This third volume in the series presents a concise history of notable people and events - and the aircraft - that played important roles in the development of New Zealand’s civil military aviation from the pioneering exploits of Richard Pearce (before the Wright Brothers) to the advent of deer farming by helicopter in the 1970s. Included are comments by those who took part in or witnessed the first flying schools, the first trans-Tasman crossings, the first civil airlines, building military and civilian aircraft and developing aerial mapping and aerial topdressing in the 1940s. Includes a bonus feature: Skylarks over Swain’s Hill(1960) on gliding around Omarama in 1960s.
Total running time including bonus feature 73 minutes. Available PAL format only.