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NZ Flying Clubs

NZ Flying Clubs

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Published by: AIRCRAFTS on Feb 22, 2010
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Kaitaia Aero Club
Bay of Islands Aero Club
Dargaville Aero Club
 Northland Aero Club
Otamatea Aero Club
Rodney Aero Club
Coromandel Aero Club
Mercury Bay Aero Club
 North Shore Aero Club
Hauraki Aero Club
Whenuapai Aviation Sports Club
Auckland Aero Club
Tauranga Aero Club
Waikato Aero Club
Matamata Aero Club
Tokoroa Aero Club
Waitomo Aero Club
Taumarunui Aero Club
 New Plymouth Aero Club
Hawera Aero Club
Gisborne Aero Club
Hawkes Bay & East Coast districts Aero Club
Wanganui Aero Club
Dannevirke Flying Club
Manawatu Aero Club
Wairarapa & Ruahini Aero Club
Kapiti Aero Club
Wellington Aero Club
Motueka Aero Club
 Nelson Aero Club
Marlborough Aero Club
Kaikoura Aero Club
Canterbury Aero Club Rangiora branch
Canterbury Aero Club
Mid Canterbury Aero Club
South Canterbury Aero Club
Omarama Aero Club
 North Otago Aero Club
Central Otago Aero Club
Wakatipu Aero Club
Otago Aero Club
South Otago Aero Club
Southern Districts Aero Club
Southland Aero Club
Bay Of Islands AERO CLUB
Welcome to the Bay of Islands Aero Club:
The Club is situated at Kerikeri Airport, 2 km West of theS.H.10 / Kerikeri Rd. roundabout.Aircraft are a Cessna 172 and a Tecnam GOLF Microlight.Instruction by G.A. and RAANZ instructors is byarrangement. The Coastguard Air Patrol is flown by clubmembers using the Coastguard Cessna 182 which ishired to club pilots for local area flying who are also NCAPpilots.Members meet every first and third Sunday of eachmonth for a Sunday evening Dinner and visitors arewelcome to share a very moderately priced buffet. On thelast Sunday of every month there is a "Fly-in Lunch". Anaircraft is not essential to attend, " kiwi's " i.e. theflightless, are just as welcome and this is a very popularevent.The clubroom is available for hire for private functions byprior arrangement.
Ph: 09 407 3000. Leave a message if not attended.Club President: Mesa Land - 09 405 9715Email:biac@paradise.net.nz
Welcome to Auckland Aero Club
The Auckland Aero Club is based at Ardmore Airport. It isNew Zealand's most established and successful aviationinstitution, with a history of operation dating back to1928.Offering complete and comprehensive individualisedinstruction for all levels of commercial and recreationalflying, the Clubhas an unsurpassable record as a training organisation.The Auckland Aero Club is located in spacious,comfortable clubrooms, with cafe, bar and recreationalfacilities available.Friendly instructors and staff and agreat social environment and atmosphere provide theComplete Aviation Experience for members and visitorsalike.
South Canterbury AERO CLUB
Welcome to the South Canterbury Aero ClubWe are located on the East coast in the centre of theSouth Island, close to Timaru City.We are surrounded by farmland and only a short flight toChristchurch, Dunedin or Mt Cook. A great place to doyour flying.We are an active club with training, teams attending theFlying New Zealand Rallies and National Championshipsand we have been selected as the host Club for the 2008Flying New Zealand National Championships and TransTasman Wings Competition.Our Club has a great group of Young Eagles.Call in for a chat and have a tasty coffee & snack.
Na'ama GuetaPh:03 688 2355Email:scac@ihug.co.nz
Gisborne AERO CLUB
First established in 1930, the Club is based at GisborneAirport on the historical Darton Field.While not owning any aircraft, the club has a closerelationship with Air Gisborne Ltd.Air Gisborne aircraft, are mainly Grumman types plus aCessna 172 which are used regularly by club members.Other privately owned aircraft owners are very activeparticipants in club activities. A 1940 DH82A Tiger Moth isoperated by an enthusiastic syndicate who compete incompetitions and generally have a great time.The club is a social organisation with a membership of around sixty and is an active participant in the Flying NZcompetitions with many notable success’s over the yearsincluding the hosting of successful Regional and Nationalcompetitions. The Aero club owns well-appointedclubrooms. Visitors are always welcome and aviators areencouraged to contact the club should they be in thearea.
Shani Eccles-SmithE-mail: shani.e@xtra.co.nz

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