A piece of our aviation history is now missing from the jigsaw. We have to thank Bryan for his contribution to our aviation community over many years and in several areas. RIP and our thoughts go to the family.
Certainly a great loss to his family and all who knew him. I certainly count him as one of the special people to have met, however briefly, in my life. Thank goodness he told his stories in book form and through the Forum found new people who were not aware of him and his exploits. RIP Bryan Cox.
The Auster should be recognised for what it is: a gentleman's aerial touring carriage and a nice aeroplane.
A great gentleman, with a wonderful record of aviation history both in wartime and post-war. Always willing to offer his knowledge and experiences to those interested in NZ aviation. Will be sorely missed by many who knew him and those who had heard of his life's work