The Museum is very excited to have the Sydney Weekender Team, including Mike Whitney, at the Saturday Flying Day. The team will be filming a story about what it is like to experience a Temora Aviation Museum Flying Day.
It is not the first time that Mike Whitney and the Sydney Weekender team have been to Temora, they last visited back in 2003. The difference, this time around, is that they will be here to specifically document a Flying Day.
Mike considers one of his favourite moments working for the program being his last visit to the Museum, where he had the chance to fly in the fully restored De Havilland Vampire fighter jet. “The pilot opened the throttle and sent the Vampire vertical,” he says, “It was such a blast – the whole time I was thinking – I’ve got the best job in the world.”
Otherwise, come along tomorrow to be part of the Flying Day crowd for Channel Seven Sydney Weekender program!
The weather forecast is predicting some great weather for the weekend. To date, the forecast expects a sunny weekend with tops of 24 and 25 degrees. So remember to wear your sun protection.
Opening hours on the Flying Weekend are from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm, with flying beginning at 11.00 am and finishing around 3.00 pm.
Food and beverages are available both days at the Museum’s Mess Hall. All proceeds made at the Mess Hall go towards local charities.