A host of Australian ex-military aircraft will take to the skies above Temora this Saturday and Sunday for Temora Aviation Museum’s Easter Flying Weekend, with Museum gates opening at 10.00 am.

Visiting aircraft for the weekend include the Neptune and Catalina from the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society collection. Both will fly during the weekend joined by most of the Museum’s aircraft collection.

The flying display will finish with Ramp Talk, which offers visitors the opportunity to get close to the aircraft and to talk to the pilots about the aircraft on show.

HARS’ Lockheed Super Constellation VH-EAG, will also be visiting Temora this weekend. Unfortunately it will not participate in the flying display but will be open for visitors to look through. For more information on the Super Constellation and other HARS aircraft, visit their website at: www.hars.org.au

For our visitors coming from the Sydney and Canberra regions it is now even easier to drive to Temora. This week saw the new bypass road around the town of Bowning opened to vehicles. The new road will be quicker with fewer corners and a lot less potholes.

The weather forecast is looking good for the weekend with tops of 27 degrees and a sunny outlook, so bring your sunscreen and a hat to what promises to be a fantastic flying weekend. The flying begins at 11.00 am and continues until 3.00 pm, with Museum closure at 4.00 pm.