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Summer success at the Walsh

Fifty years since the first summer flying camp was held during January 1967 at Matamata Airfield, situated just north of the small Waikato town of Waharoa on SH27, the 51st Walsh Memorial Scout Flying School (generally known as the “Walsh”) again achieved many successes.

The school, named in honour of the early aviation pioneering brothers Leo and Vivian Walsh, this year accommodated 44 ab initio and 26 returned students, plus two student staff members who undertook their flying tasks while at the airfield. As in past years, these students all achieved so much, both individually and collectively, during the two weeks they were camped together on the airfield.



New airline MRO facility

Air New Zealand has signed a licensing agreement to overhaul and repair auxiliary power units (APUs) produced by Honeywell Aerospace at its Christchurch engineering and maintenance base.

The eight-year deal will see the airline as the only certified Honeywell maintenance shop for the APU 131-9A model in the Asia Pacific region and will cover units in its own airliners as well as third-party customers.



Hands across the Southern Alps

Adventure tourism leaders Fox Glacier Guiding and Mt Cook Ski Planes and Helicopters have teamed up to create a new experience for visitors to Mt Cook National Park.

The partnership company, Mt Cook Glacier Guiding, has its operational base at the Aoraki Mount Cook Airport and offers heli-hiking, snowshoeing and ice climbing on the Haupapa/Tasman Glacier.



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