Post by Dave Homewood on Jul 5, 2019 10:15:53 GMT 12
And now a special announcement from the Air Force Museum of New Zealand:
As part of the Wings Over New Zealand Christchurch Forum meet on 1 September, the Air Force Museum would like to offer attendees a special abbreviated version of our Open Cockpit programme.
We are running the event that day for pre-booked members of the public, but to work around the forum programme, we will make the five chosen aircraft (Spitfire, Kittyhawk, Mustang, Macchi and Sioux) available in 5-6 minute slots between 0900-1000. Forum members may book a slot within that time to sit in the cockpits of as many of those aircraft as they like, for $10 each. All proceeds will go towards helping care for our collection.
So this is a great opportunity that the Museum staff are offering us. Anyone wishing to take advantage of this offer please email me and let me know which aircraft (singular or plural) that you'd like to sit in, and I'll make up a booking list for the museum staff. Please book this ASAP so we know how many of you wish to do this.
Also the event is creeping closer on the calendar, please book your Forum Meet tickets NOW by emailing me. My email is email@example.com
Post by Dave Homewood on Jul 15, 2019 15:27:37 GMT 12
I'm pleased to add one more speaker today, Nathan Bosher of the Air Force Museum of New Zealand will give a short presentation on how the museum deals with paint schemes, accuracy, selection, etc. Nathan, better known to all as Barf, is the Safety and Surface Technician at the museum and is renowned as the expert on RNZAF paint schemes.