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Classic Hits Around New Zealand Air Safari 2010


Sun 28 Mar 2010, 3:00pm–6:00pm
Mon 29 Mar 2010, 8:00am–10:00am

Where: Marlborough Aero Club, Aerodrome Road, Blenheim, Marlborough

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Karen Groome

Take to the skies with the “Classic Hits Around New Zealand Air Safari 2010”, meet the pilots, the crew & see the aircraft when the Safari arrives in town!

The Air Safari flies into Omaka Aerodome from 3.00pm on Sunday 28th March 2010, for on overnight stay, hosted by the Marlborough Aero Club. The next morning they will depart from 8.45am for Rangiora for lunch.

Tune into your local 'Classic Hits Radio Station' & listen for the competitions, promotions and interviews- be in to win a “Trial Flight “with the Marlborough Aero Club- just listen to the Classic Hits Radio the week before the Safari is in town- & hear what’s going on!

Find out what it takes to learn to fly and become a "Young Eagle" with the Marlborough Aero Club, meet new people & enjoy the challenges of your new Sport- flying!

The Air Safari will start on Tuesday the 23rd March 2010. Departing from Ardmore, the Event will weave its way through New Zealand covering 17 airfields, and finishing on 1st April 2010 at Queenstown just in time for the Easter Weekend and Warbirds Over Wanaka.

We’re expecting up to 65 aircraft to take part in this great adventure with about 200 entrants. The Air Safari 2010 will have an international flavour with pilots from Australia & England as well as great support from New Zealanders. As they wind their way through New Zealand, the Air Safari will be hosted by the local Aero Clubs, the main attraction here is to allow the local districts to showcase their cuisine, tourist attractions and their history. Joining us on the Event is the Life Flight Trust Air Ambulance personnel; they are aiming to increase the awareness to New Zealanders of the work that is done in saving lives nationwide.

Come and meet the pilots and view the many different types of Aircraft from the World War 2 Catalina, to the modern Cessna, Pipers, Lancair and the new generation Ultralight Sport Aircraft as well as Helicopters at the Marlborough Aero Club, Omaka Aerodrome.