As you’re probably aware, the G20 bunch will be having a summit in Brisbane in November. Kevin has sent me details regarding airspace which you will need to familiarise yourselves with if you plan to do any flying around that time.
Please see G20 Airspace Restrictions for full details.
Also, check the Newsletters link on the right for the latest newsletter from Kevin.
Please note airspace changes around Amberley, which are now in effect.
See PDF from RAAF Amberley: 140416 RAAF Amberley Airspace Change 01 May 14
… that the newsletters provided by Kevin & Natalie are all there and now listed in reverse chronological sequence. That way you don’t need to use your fingers & toes to work out which is the current newsletter; it’s the one at the top.
Also, you will note there’s a new link underneath the heading (wait for it!)… LINKS, which K&N mentioned in this month’s newsletter. There, I’ve said it. I really do read the newsletters!
Bet you can’t guess which is the new link!?
Kevin and Natalie McDonald have kindly offered to donate their time and expertise to producing a newsletter for the interest and amusement of club members.
Thanks Kevin & Natalie!
Check the link in the right hand column under Club News for current and future newsletters.
Dare I say it, the success of their newsletter depends largely on the members keeping K & N well-supplied with up-to-date stories, rumours, gossip & lies about who’s doing what, so keep sending them your stories, guys! And remember, never let the truth stand in the way of a good story.
While I’m on the topic, just because Col’s on the other side of the world doesn’t mean that any new photos can’t find their way onto the website, so don’t let Col’s absence fool you into thinking the site has died. Drop me an email if you have any new stuff of any sort to go on the site, and magic will happen. – Col
Radio 4BC interviewed the Flying Tigers’ club president, Brian Melbourne recently. Have a listen to the interview here:
It’s been a long time coming, but at last the tigers have a new concrete hangar floor. Lots of smiling faces on members who now have a decent place to park their aircraft.
Announcing two of the highlights of the Watts Bridge Calendar, one flying and one social.
The Brisbane Valley Sport Aviation Club hosts the Fun Fly Poker Run. 14th July 2012
Now in its 11th year the Poker Run provides a good excuse to go for a recreational fly and drop into several airfields dotted around the area.
More information is provided in the attached Poster
The Queensland Chapter of the Australian Aerobatics Club celebrates Christmas In July. 14th July 2012
To round out the day Christmas In July drives away those winter chills in the Aerobatics Club Clubrooms.
More information is provided in the attached Poster.
Bookings are essential so get in early to avoid disappointment.
A feature article of last year’s event can be found on the Watts Bridge website CLICK HERE for the feature article and CLICK HERE for the photo gallery.
All in all a great days flying fun and a pleasant social evening.
Of course you can just participate in one event or the other if you choose to do so.
Don’t forget to visit the Watts Bridge Memorial Airfield Website to stay in touch with all the up and coming events and news at the airfield.
Richard Faint, BVSAC Secretary
Poker Run 2012
Christmas in July 2012 Invitation