Post by Dave Homewood on Apr 13, 2021 21:27:55 GMT 12
Sadly circumstances of a property sale have recently befallen leading to most of Don Subritzky's aircraft collection having to new homes. Some have already gone to new owners, some others are under negotiation, and a couple will move with him to his new home.
But the three aircraft he is very concerned about are the Britten Norman Island and the two Britten Norman Trilanders that he rescued from being scrapped. Don considers them to be very important aircraft in NZ's small airline industry history, but sadly he cannot find any museums willing to take them on to save them. He desperately would like to find a new owner or owners for these aeroplanes who will preserve them, so they do not end up as scrap.
Is there anyone interested? If you are genuinely interested please ring Don on 09 426 5183.
Post by Dave Homewood on May 6, 2021 17:10:06 GMT 12
I don't think it's all over, is it?
Andrew I'm not sure if Don and the interested parties are making it all public yet. But the Wasp and Scout are now with Andrew Brian's Helicopter Museum. That's public knowledge. Don is keeping some of the aeroplanes too.