Aircraft Showcase Kicks Off this Saturday

The Temora Aviation Museum will commence the 2015 Aircraft Showcase program this Saturday with the Museum Fighters taking centre stage. The Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII, Gloster Meteor F.8 and CA-13 Boomerang will join with the RAAF CA-27 Sabre to perform in the first Aircraft Showcase for 2015. The pilots, crew and Temora Aviation Museum team are keen to kick off 2015 in style and perfect weather conditions are forecast so why not come and “See flying from a new angle”.

Avalon International Airshow

The Museum’s engineering team have been busy behind the scenes preparing the six aircraft participating in the upcoming Avalon International Airshow “Heroes of the Sky” scheduled for later this month, 27th February to 1st March. The four aircraft displaying this Saturday, the Supermarine Spitfire Mk VIII, Gloster Meteor F.8, RAAF CA-27 Sabre and CA-13 Boomerang will all be making the trip south for Australia’s largest airshow, joining from the Museum’s collection will be the Lockheed Hudson and CA-13 Wirraway. This is a major commitment from the Temora Aviation Museum and it will make up a major portion of the WWII Warbird contingent involved in the show.

The Australian International Airshow 2015 will pay tribute to Anzac and the heroes of military aviation. It will be the major theme of the event and as such it will be the first significant observance of the Gallipoli campaign in its centenary year. It promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime aviation spectacular. The airshow will feature an emotional and moving tribute to our brave aviators, the heroes of the sky over the past 100 years, from Gallipoli to the present day. Organisers have sourced a large number of historic warbirds from home and abroad to take part in the event.

Save the Date

Don’t forget Warbirds Downunder is scheduled for November 21st 2015. Tickets go on sale May 5th so make sure you mark the date in your calendar and take advantage of early bird pricing. For more information about Warbirds Downunder 2015 and to stay up to date go to the Warbirds Downunder webpage.