Kyneton Air Show 2017 – Part VI: Static Displays & Aircraft Departures

Continuing on from my attendance at the great Kyneton Air Show on Sunday April 23rd, 2017, lets take a look at the various aircraft on static display. I will also show some photos on activity around the Kyneton Airfield after the air show and visiting aircraft departures. Statics Post Air Show & Departures After the… Read More Kyneton Air Show 2017 – Part VI: Static Displays & Aircraft Departures

Kyneton Air Show 2017 – Part V: Antique & Civilian Flyers

For a small air show there was a lot of aircraft variety at the Kyneton Air Show on Sunday April 23rd, 2017. It was great to see historic and modern civilian aircraft flying and showing their capabilities alongside some spirited remote control aircraft flying too! Antique & Civilian Flyers RC Aircraft In my next post I… Read More Kyneton Air Show 2017 – Part V: Antique & Civilian Flyers

Kyneton Air Show 2017 – Part III: RAAF Roulettes & Heritage Trainer Flight

The RAAF Roulettes aerobatic display team and the RAAF Heritage Trainer Flight (CAC Winjeel and PAC CT-4 Airtrainer) put on some great formation and solo flying displays at the Kyneton Air Show on April 23rd, 2017. The Roulette pilots are Qualified Flying Instructors at the Central Flying School from RAAF East Sale. RAAF Roulettes The… Read More Kyneton Air Show 2017 – Part III: RAAF Roulettes & Heritage Trainer Flight

Kyneton Air Show 2017 – Part II: Yak-52 Formation Team

The Yak-52 formation team is not a professional display team but is made of some enthusiastic Yakovlev Yak-52 trainer owners. The Yak-52 was originally a primary trainer that first entered service with the Soviet Air Force in 1979. They were produced from 1978 to 1998 and operated by numerous countries aligned to the Soviet Union. Following the fall of the… Read More Kyneton Air Show 2017 – Part II: Yak-52 Formation Team

Australian Flying Corps – Lest We Forget – ANZAC Day 2017

Australian Flying Corps In the early days of military flying the Australian Flying Corps (AFC) operated during World War One (1914-1918) under the overall structure of the British Royal Flying Corps (RFC). Four complete AFC squadrons took part in the war, flying reconnaissance, observation photography, bombing, ground attack and scouting patrols to engage enemy aircraft over… Read More Australian Flying Corps – Lest We Forget – ANZAC Day 2017