Temora will escape the wet weather that has settled on coastal parts of NSW this weekend, which means, Temora is THE place to be part of the action and excitement as Warbird aircraft take to the skies for the October 24th and 25th Flying Days. The RAAF Sabre will be flying, providing you with a great opportunity to witness the joint achievements of the Temora Aviation Museum and the RAAF in completing the restoration of the RAAF CA-27 Sabre. It is the perfect time to pack up the car, grab a hat and sunscreen for the family and make tracks to Temora. Check out the following link http://www.weather.com.au/nsw/temora for a full comprehensive weather forecast for this weekend. Temora Fire Brigade Captain Greg Matthews and his Team will be cooking in the Museum’s Mess Hall so there is no need to pack the picnic basket. All the profits from the Mess Hall are donated to local charities.
A spectacular lineup is planned for this weekend, including visiting aircraft such as the Mustang, a second Boomerang, an Auster, and T-28 Trojan. The flying program which is planned for your enjoyment includes:
Tiger Moth, Ryan, Auster, Wirraway, Harvards, Spitfires (Mk VIII & Mk XVI), Cessna O-1, Cessna O-2A, Dragonfly, Boomerangs, Vampire, Meteor, Canberra, Sabre, Mustang.
Harvards, Tiger Moth, Auster, Mustang, Spitfire Mk VIII, Boomerang, Cessna O-1, Trojan, Dragonfly, Vampire, Canberra, Meteor, Hudson, Boomerang, Sabre.
See Red Bull Air Race World Series third place winner, Matt Hall, who will be flying his WWII era Mustang. Also don’t miss the RAAF Sabre, which is scheduled to be flown both Saturday and Sunday by Temora Historic Flight Club pilot Darren Crabb, and RAAF Squadron Leader Paul Simmons. This is the best time of year for flying activity as the temperatures are mild and the bright blue skies make perfect conditions for taking excellent photos of the aircraft.
It will be a great weekend! We will see you here!