We have had four exciting aircraft join our lineup for this weekends Flying Days (10th & 11th April). David and Carolyn Salter’s Gypsy Moth has been in our Display Hangar for the last couple of weeks and you will be able to see it fly this weekend. Built in 1925, this aircraft is the oldest airworthy aircraft on the Australian register.

Alan Arthur has confirmed that he will be attending with his magnificent P-40 Kittyhawk, which is painted in the imposing Shark Teeth scheme. The P-40 will fly during the program on both Saturday and Sunday.

Three World War II era Harvards will conduct a formation display over the weekend. These aircraft are being provided by John Raynor, Doug Hamilton, and David and Carolyn Salter.

RAAF 4 Squadron are bringing two PC-9 aircraft for static display on Sunday. 4 Squadron operates PC-9s in the Forward Air Control role. 4 Squadron history includes the operation of Boomerangs during WWII in the Army cooperation role which was the precursor to Forward Air Control.

The weather forecast for Temora this weekend is for mostly sunny skies with mild temperatures. Here at Temora Aviation Museum we are busy preparing for a huge weekend. So pack up the family and come and join us for what promises to be an exciting Flying Weekend.