SABC Annual Fly-in Serpentine Airfield 25 September 2016

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SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)

Copyright © 2016 – David Eyre

The Sport Aircraft Builders Club of WA Inc (SABC) hosted its Annual Fly-In at the SABC’s airfield at Serpentine Airfield, about an hour’s drive south of Perth, WA, on Sunday 25 September 2016.

Many of the aircraft on display were built or restored at Serpentine, and this free event is an opportunity for SABC members to show the public the results of their many hours of effort in building or restoring aircraft. A number of aircraft also flew in from other areas of Western Australia.

Unfortunately, with the weather forecast initially indicating showers, aircraft numbers were lower than usual. The good news was that the clouds cleared away early and more aircraft took to the air.

Whilst this is not an air display, a number of pilots flew formation fly pasts, including one formation of five Tiger Moths and a CASA Jungmann, and a CT4A Airtrainer with a Vans RV-6A.

This year, highlights included a couple of Soviet-designed Yakovlev aircraft – a 1954 Yakovlev Yak-18 in Soviet DOSAAF markings (VH-OOZ) built in Kharkov, Ukraine, and a 1993 Yak-18T (VH-FSU), both of which flew during the day. Kevin Bailey flew in his wonderful 1936 Stinson SR-8C Reliant, VH-UXL. The Colomban Cri-Cri jet (VH-ZSE), the World’s smallest twin-engine jet, made a flight later in the day, powered by a pair of small turbojets, producing 20kg thrust each!

There were also modern sports aircraft including the Arion Lightning, Fly Synthesis Synchro, Aeropilot Legend, and the Australian-designed Jabiru.

To promote aviation to a wider range of visitors, SABC invites car and motorcycle clubs – this year there was a Porsche club and some older British cars.

Wandering around the hangars is always a pleasure – each year there are different hangars open or different aircraft being built or restored. The SABC members are very friendly and only too happy to discuss their aircraft.

The SABC was established in 1973 by a small group of members of the Sport Aircraft Association of Australia (SAAA). They leased some land in Serpentine and formed the SABC to own and operate an airfield. Club members and their families cleared the scrub, and over the years built two runways (a 910 metre bitumen runway with lights and a 600 metre grass runway), taxiways, hangars, a Clubhouse, and other facilities. The club has 300 members, with over 130 aircraft based at Serpentine in more than 100 hangars.

VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in the USA in 1936 and imported into Australia that same year. During World War Two, VH-UXL saw service as a communications aircraft, with RAAF serial A38-1. Photo © David Eyre
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in the USA in 1936 and imported into Australia that same year. During World War Two, VH-UXL saw service as a communications aircraft, with RAAF serial A38-1.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in the USA in 1936 and imported into Australia that same year. During World War Two, VH-UXL saw service as a communications aircraft, with RAAF serial A38-1. Photo © David Eyre
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in the USA in 1936 and imported into Australia that same year. During World War Two, VH-UXL saw service as a communications aircraft, with RAAF serial A38-1.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in the USA in 1936 and imported into Australia that same year. During World War Two, VH-UXL saw service as a communications aircraft, with RAAF serial A38-1. Photo © David Eyre
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in the USA in 1936 and imported into Australia that same year. During World War Two, VH-UXL saw service as a communications aircraft, with RAAF serial A38-1.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in the USA in 1936 and imported into Australia that same year.
During WW II VH-UXL saw service as a communications machine wearing the serial A38-1.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-UXL Stinson SR-8C Reliant (MSN 9766) owned by Kevin Bailey at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in the USA in 1936 and imported into Australia that same year.
During WW II VH-UXL saw service as a communications machine wearing the serial A38-1.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-KGW Piel CP615 Super Diamant (MSN CP601964GCR), owned by Graham Rawlings, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-KGW Piel CP615 Super Diamant (MSN CP601964GCR), owned by Graham Rawlings, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-KGW Piel CP615 Super Diamant (MSN CP601964GCR), owned by Graham Rawlings, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-KGW Piel CP615 Super Diamant (MSN CP601964GCR), owned by Graham Rawlings, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-KGW Piel CP615 Super Diamant (MSN CP601964GCR), owned by Graham Rawlings, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-KGW Piel CP615 Super Diamant (MSN CP601964GCR), owned by Graham Rawlings, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-EKK Vans RV-6A (MSN 23206, ex N102PC) owned by Trevor Fernihough, at SABC Annual Fly-in, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-EKK Vans RV-6A (MSN 23206, ex N102PC) owned by Trevor Fernihough, at SABC Annual Fly-in, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-MAI Vans RV-7 (MSN 73184) named 'Tempus Fugit' (Latin for 'Time Flies'), owned by Robert Main of Boyanup, WA, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-MAI Vans RV-7 (MSN 73184) named ‘Tempus Fugit’ (Latin for ‘Time Flies’), owned by Robert Main of Boyanup, WA, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-UDT Cessna 172M Skyhawk (MSN 17264334) owned by Grapple Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. AAWA member Scott Morgan is hit by a crosswind gust and chooses to go around for a second landing attempt, which he completed successfully. Built in 1974, ex N8978V. Photo © David Eyre
VH-UDT Cessna 172M Skyhawk (MSN 17264334) owned by Grapple Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
AAWA member Scott Morgan is hit by a crosswind gust and chooses to go around for a second landing attempt, which he completed successfully. Built in 1974, ex N8978V.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-NOH Vans RV-7A (MSN 73307) owned by Nils Hansen, operated by Wallis Aircraft Service Pty Ltd, of Margaret River, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-NOH Vans RV-7A (MSN 73307) owned by Nils Hansen, operated by Wallis Aircraft Service Pty Ltd, of Margaret River, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-NOH Vans RV-7A (MSN 73307) owned by Nils Hansen, operated by Wallis Aircraft Service Pty Ltd, of Margaret River, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-NOH Vans RV-7A (MSN 73307) owned by Nils Hansen, operated by Wallis Aircraft Service Pty Ltd, of Margaret River, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-NOH Vans RV-7A (MSN 73307) owned by Nils Hansen, operated by Wallis Aircraft Service Pty Ltd, of Margaret River, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-NOH Vans RV-7A (MSN 73307) owned by Nils Hansen, operated by Wallis Aircraft Service Pty Ltd, of Margaret River, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-SHS Vans RV-6A (MSN W255) owned by Gray Marshall, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2003 by aviation students at Kent Street Senior High School (hence the SHS registration). Photo © David Eyre
VH-SHS Vans RV-6A (MSN W255) owned by Gray Marshall, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2003 by aviation students at Kent Street Senior High School (hence the SHS registration).
Photo © David Eyre
19-5456 Morgan Aeroworks Cheetah Mk.2 (MSN 6) at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. The Morgan Aeroworks Cheetah is an Australian-designed and built kitplane. 19-5456 made its first flight on 13 Sept 2008 with designer Garry Morgan at the controls. Photo © David Eyre
19-5456 Morgan Aeroworks Cheetah Mk.2 (MSN 6) at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Morgan Aeroworks Cheetah is an Australian-designed and built kitplane. 19-5456 made its first flight on 13 Sept 2008 with designer Garry Morgan at the controls.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-BTP / A17-744 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA1075/T315) owned by Clark Rees, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1944 by De Havilland Aircraft, at Bankstown, NSW. To RAAF in 1944 with serial A17-744. Sold in 1955 and registered as VH-BTP. It was later based at Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. Crashed in 1962 at Carnamah, WA and the registration was cancelled in 1963. Following a rebuild, it was registered again in 1988 as VH-BTP. Photo © David Eyre
VH-BTP / A17-744 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA1075/T315) owned by Clark Rees, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1944 by De Havilland Aircraft, at Bankstown, NSW. To RAAF in 1944 with serial A17-744. Sold in 1955 and registered as VH-BTP. It was later based at Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. Crashed in 1962 at Carnamah, WA and the registration was cancelled in 1963. Following a rebuild, it was registered again in 1988 as VH-BTP.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-BTP / A17-744 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA1075/T315) owned by Clark Rees, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1944 by De Havilland Aircraft, at Bankstown, NSW. To RAAF in 1944 with serial A17-744. Sold in 1955 and registered as VH-BTP. It was later based at Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. Crashed in 1962 at Carnamah, WA and the registration was cancelled in 1963. Following a rebuild, it was registered again in 1988 as VH-BTP. Photo © David Eyre
VH-BTP / A17-744 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA1075/T315) owned by Clark Rees, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1944 by De Havilland Aircraft, at Bankstown, NSW. To RAAF in 1944 with serial A17-744. Sold in 1955 and registered as VH-BTP. It was later based at Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. Crashed in 1962 at Carnamah, WA and the registration was cancelled in 1963. Following a rebuild, it was registered again in 1988 as VH-BTP.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-BTP / A17-744 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA1075/T315) owned by Clark Rees, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1944 by De Havilland Aircraft, at Bankstown, NSW. To RAAF in 1944 with serial A17-744. Sold in 1955 and registered as VH-BTP. It was later based at Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. Crashed in 1962 at Carnamah, WA and the registration was cancelled in 1963. Following a rebuild, it was registered again in 1988 as VH-BTP. Photo © David Eyre
VH-BTP / A17-744 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA1075/T315) owned by Clark Rees, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1944 by De Havilland Aircraft, at Bankstown, NSW. To RAAF in 1944 with serial A17-744. Sold in 1955 and registered as VH-BTP. It was later based at Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. Crashed in 1962 at Carnamah, WA and the registration was cancelled in 1963. Following a rebuild, it was registered again in 1988 as VH-BTP.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-JXY Robin R2160 Sport (MSN C181, ex C-GEMP, VH-NRK) owned by Air Australia International, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-JXY Robin R2160 Sport (MSN C181, ex C-GEMP, VH-NRK) owned by Air Australia International, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
19-7108 Zenair CH601XLB Zodiac (MSN 6-7108), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
19-7108 Zenair CH601XLB Zodiac (MSN 6-7108), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-WFN / A17-649 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA799) owned by William Dearle, and VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) owned by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. VH-WFN was built in 1942 by De Havilland Aircraft at Bankstown, NSW. Originally built for South Africa as DX742, but delivered to the RAAF as A17-649. Sold by RAAF and became VH-RNO on 10 June 1955 with Royal Newcastle Aero Club. Re-registered VH-WFN on 15 Aug 1959 to Aero Service Pty Ltd, it was based at the former Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. It has had a number of owners, accidents and rebuilds in subsequent years. VH-KIL is a Spanish-built version of the German designed Bucker Jungmann, painted in Imperial Japanese Army Air Service markings to represent a Kokusai Ki-86, another licence-built version of the Jungmann. VH-KIL was restored over 10 years using some components acquired by Marcus Bates in Odessa, Texas, USA from the Spanish Air Force. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WFN / A17-649 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA799) owned by William Dearle, and VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) owned by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-WFN was built in 1942 by De Havilland Aircraft at Bankstown, NSW. Originally built for South Africa as DX742, but delivered to the RAAF as A17-649. Sold by RAAF and became VH-RNO on 10 June 1955 with Royal Newcastle Aero Club. Re-registered VH-WFN on 15 Aug 1959 to Aero Service Pty Ltd, it was based at the former Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. It has had a number of owners, accidents and rebuilds in subsequent years.
VH-KIL is a Spanish-built version of the German designed Bucker Jungmann, painted in Imperial Japanese Army Air Service markings to represent a Kokusai Ki-86, another licence-built version of the Jungmann. VH-KIL was restored over 10 years using some components acquired by Marcus Bates in Odessa, Texas, USA from the Spanish Air Force.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) flown by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. VH-KIL is a Spanish-built version of the German designed Bucker Jungmann, painted in Imperial Japanese Army Air Service markings to represent a Kokusai Ki-86, another licence-built version of the Jungmann. VH-KIL was restored over 10 years using some components acquired by Marcus Bates in Odessa, Texas, USA from the Spanish Air Force. Photo © David Eyre
VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) flown by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-KIL is a Spanish-built version of the German designed Bucker Jungmann, painted in Imperial Japanese Army Air Service markings to represent a Kokusai Ki-86, another licence-built version of the Jungmann. VH-KIL was restored over 10 years using some components acquired by Marcus Bates in Odessa, Texas, USA from the Spanish Air Force.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) flown by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. VH-KIL is a Spanish-built version of the German designed Bucker Jungmann, painted in Imperial Japanese Army Air Service markings to represent a Kokusai Ki-86, another licence-built version of the Jungmann. VH-KIL was restored over 10 years using some components acquired by Marcus Bates in Odessa, Texas, USA from the Spanish Air Force. Photo © David Eyre
VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) flown by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-KIL is a Spanish-built version of the German designed Bucker Jungmann, painted in Imperial Japanese Army Air Service markings to represent a Kokusai Ki-86, another licence-built version of the Jungmann. VH-KIL was restored over 10 years using some components acquired by Marcus Bates in Odessa, Texas, USA from the Spanish Air Force.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-WFN / A17-649 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA799) owned by William Dearle, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1942 by De Havilland Aircraft at Bankstown, NSW. Originally built for South Africa as DX742, but delivered to the RAAF as A17-649. Sold by RAAF and became VH-RNO on 10 June 1955 with Royal Newcastle Aero Club. Re-registered VH-WFN on 15 Aug 1959 to Aero Service Pty Ltd, it was based at the former Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. It has had a number of owners, accidents and rebuilds in subsequent years. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WFN / A17-649 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA799) owned by William Dearle, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1942 by De Havilland Aircraft at Bankstown, NSW. Originally built for South Africa as DX742, but delivered to the RAAF as A17-649. Sold by RAAF and became VH-RNO on 10 June 1955 with Royal Newcastle Aero Club. Re-registered VH-WFN on 15 Aug 1959 to Aero Service Pty Ltd, it was based at the former Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. It has had a number of owners, accidents and rebuilds in subsequent years.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-WFN / A17-649 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA799) owned by William Dearle, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1942 by De Havilland Aircraft at Bankstown, NSW. Originally built for South Africa as DX742, but delivered to the RAAF as A17-649. Sold by RAAF and became VH-RNO on 10 June 1955 with Royal Newcastle Aero Club. Re-registered VH-WFN on 15 Aug 1959 to Aero Service Pty Ltd, it was based at the former Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. It has had a number of owners, accidents and rebuilds in subsequent years. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WFN / A17-649 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA799) owned by William Dearle, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1942 by De Havilland Aircraft at Bankstown, NSW. Originally built for South Africa as DX742, but delivered to the RAAF as A17-649. Sold by RAAF and became VH-RNO on 10 June 1955 with Royal Newcastle Aero Club. Re-registered VH-WFN on 15 Aug 1959 to Aero Service Pty Ltd, it was based at the former Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. It has had a number of owners, accidents and rebuilds in subsequent years.
Photo © David Eyre
19-4631 ICP MXP-740 Savannah (MSN 05-06-51-399) at Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
19-4631 ICP MXP-740 Savannah (MSN 05-06-51-399) at Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ULX AMD Alarus CH2000 (MSN 20-1024) owned by Inverted Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2004, ex N323JD, VH-WLX. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ULX AMD Alarus CH2000 (MSN 20-1024) owned by Inverted Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2004, ex N323JD, VH-WLX. Photo © David Eyre
VH-THK Glasair II-S-FT (MSN N207), flown by Ralph Lerch at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-THK Glasair II-S-FT (MSN N207), flown by Ralph Lerch at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-THK Glasair II-S-FT (MSN N207), flown by Ralph Lerch at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-THK Glasair II-S-FT (MSN N207), flown by Ralph Lerch at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ASF Vans RV-6 (MSN 25561) owned by Shirley Harding, at SABC Annual Fly-in, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Shirley is the President of the Sport Aircraft Builders Club (SABC). She built VH-ASF over a number of years, with the aircraft making its first flight at Serpentine on 2 April 2006. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ASF Vans RV-6 (MSN 25561) owned by Shirley Harding, at SABC Annual Fly-in, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Shirley is the President of the Sport Aircraft Builders Club (SABC). She built VH-ASF over a number of years, with the aircraft making its first flight at Serpentine on 2 April 2006. Photo © David Eyre
VH-RHW / WB677 De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0125) owned by Glen Caple, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1950, and originally delivered to the RAF as WB677 on 16.8.1950. Sold 24.9.1956 at No.10 Maintenance Unit, Hullavington, UK. First registered in Australia on 21.11.1957 as VH-RHW by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia, based at Maylands Aerodrome and then Perth Airport until sold in 1962. It went through a series of owners until purchased by Glen Caple in 1973. Photo © David Eyre
VH-RHW / WB677 De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0125) owned by Glen Caple, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1950, and originally delivered to the Royal Air Force (UK) as WB677 on 16.8.1950. Sold 24.9.1956 at No.10 Maintenance Unit, Hullavington, UK. First registered in Australia on 21.11.1957 as VH-RHW by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia, based at Maylands Aerodrome and then Perth Airport until sold in 1962. It went through a series of owners until purchased by Glen Caple in 1973.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-RHW / WB677 De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0125) owned by Glen Caple, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1950, and originally delivered to the Royal Air Force (UK) as WB677 on 16.8.1950. Sold 24.9.1956 at No.10 Maintenance Unit, Hullavington, UK. First registered in Australia on 21.11.1957 as VH-RHW by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia, based at Maylands Aerodrome and then Perth Airport until sold in 1962. It went through a series of owners until purchased by Glen Caple in 1973. Photo © David Eyre
VH-RHW / WB677 De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0125) owned by Glen Caple, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1950, and originally delivered to the Royal Air Force (UK) as WB677 on 16.8.1950. Sold 24.9.1956 at No.10 Maintenance Unit, Hullavington, UK. First registered in Australia on 21.11.1957 as VH-RHW by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia, based at Maylands Aerodrome and then Perth Airport until sold in 1962. It went through a series of owners until purchased by Glen Caple in 1973.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FEL Beech Bonanza A36 (MSN E-916) operated by Nevan Pavlinovich, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1976, ex N1557L. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FEL Beech Bonanza A36 (MSN E-916) operated by Nevan Pavlinovich, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1976, ex N1557L. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FEL Beech Bonanza A36 (MSN E-916) operated by Nevan Pavlinovich, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1976, ex N1557L. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FEL Beech Bonanza A36 (MSN E-916) operated by Nevan Pavlinovich, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1976, ex N1557L. Photo © David Eyre
VH-CTL Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee 140 (MSN 28-23910) owned by Norman Gilchrist at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1970. Photo © David Eyre
VH-CTL Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee 140 (MSN 28-23910) owned by Norman Gilchrist at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1970. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VPK Cirrus SR20A-G3 (MSN 2308) owned by Arlington Group Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2016 and registered on 11 April 2016, ex N308JS. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VPK Cirrus SR20A-G3 (MSN 2308) owned by Arlington Group Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2016 and registered on 11 April 2016, ex N308JS.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-VPK Cirrus SR20A-G3 (MSN 2308) owned by Arlington Group Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2016 and registered on 11 April 2016, ex N308JS. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VPK Cirrus SR20A-G3 (MSN 2308) owned by Arlington Group Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2016 and registered on 11 April 2016, ex N308JS.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ANH/A19-041 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 041) owned by David Gard and VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. VH-ANH was built in 1975 and delivered from New Zealand as ZK-EAD, handed over to the RAAF on 31 July 1975, with RAAF serial A19-041. Sold by RAAF and registered VH-ANH on 31 May 1993 to David T Gard. VH-CBO was built in 1998. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ANH/A19-041 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 041) owned by David Gard and VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ANH was built in 1975 and delivered from New Zealand as ZK-EAD, handed over to the RAAF on 31 July 1975, with RAAF serial A19-041. Sold by RAAF and registered VH-ANH on 31 May 1993 to David T Gard. VH-CBO was built in 1998.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ANH/A19-041 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 041) owned by David Gard , at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ANH/A19-041 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 041) owned by David Gard , at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ANH: Built in 1975. Ferried from New Zealand as ZK-EAD, and delivered to the RAAF on 31 July 1975, allocated RAAF serial A19-041.
Sold by RAAF 31 May 1993. Registered VH-ANH 31 May 1993 to David T Gard.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-ANH/A19-041 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 041) owned by David Gard, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. VH-ANH was built in 1975 and delivered from New Zealand as ZK-EAD, handed over to the RAAF on 31 July 1975, with RAAF serial A19-041. Sold by RAAF and registered VH-ANH on 31 May 1993 to David T Gard. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ANH/A19-041 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 041) owned by David Gard, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ANH was built in 1975 and delivered from New Zealand as ZK-EAD, handed over to the RAAF on 31 July 1975, with RAAF serial A19-041. Sold by RAAF and registered VH-ANH on 31 May 1993 to David T Gard.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1998, taxying past the SABC Clubhouse.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1998.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ANH/A19-041 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 041) owned by David Gard and VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. VH-ANH was built in 1975 and delivered from New Zealand as ZK-EAD, handed over to the RAAF on 31 July 1975, with RAAF serial A19-041. Sold by RAAF and registered VH-ANH on 31 May 1993 to David T Gard. VH-CBO was built in 1998. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ANH/A19-041 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 041) owned by David Gard and VH-CBO Vans RV-6A (MSN W192) owned by Arthur Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ANH was built in 1975 and delivered from New Zealand as ZK-EAD, handed over to the RAAF on 31 July 1975, with RAAF serial A19-041. Sold by RAAF and registered VH-ANH on 31 May 1993 to David T Gard. VH-CBO was built in 1998.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ZSW Vans RV-8A (MSN 82612), named 'Glow Worm', owned by Isak Van Heerden, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2013. In South African Air Force markings, though the type has never served with the SAAF. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ZSW Vans RV-8A (MSN 82612), named ‘Glow Worm’, owned by Isak Van Heerden, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2013. In South African Air Force markings, though the type has never served with the SAAF.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ZSW Vans RV-8A (MSN 82612), named 'Glow Worm', owned by Isak Van Heerden, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2013. In South African Air Force markings, though the type has never served with the SAAF. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ZSW Vans RV-8A (MSN 82612), named ‘Glow Worm’, owned by Isak Van Heerden, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2013. In South African Air Force markings, though the type has never served with the SAAF.
Photo © David Eyre
24-7349 Jabiru J-230D (MSN J717) at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
24-7349 Jabiru J-230D (MSN J717) at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
19-8765 at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
19-8765 at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
25-0325 Australian LightWing GR-582 (MSN 44) at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016.
25-0325 Australian LightWing GR-582 (MSN 44) at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-RHW / WB677 De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0125) owned by Glen Caple and VH-ZAZ De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0503 / DH/B/F/372) owned by Kevin Bailey take off in formation at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-RHW / WB677 De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0125) owned by Glen Caple and VH-ZAZ De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0503 / DH/B/F/372) owned by Kevin Bailey take off in formation at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
Five Tiger Moths and a Jungmann make up a Formation of bi-planes at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Five Tiger Moths and a Jungmann make up a Formation of bi-planes at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-ACH Stits SA-7D Skycoupe (MSN W10) owned by David Woodward, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ACH Stits SA-7D Skycoupe (MSN W10) owned by David Woodward, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1992.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-FSU Yavovlev Yak-18T (MSN 11324) owned by Anthony Hudacek, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. The Yak-18T is a four seat, fully aerobatic utility aircraft, designed for +6.48/-3.24 G, originally introduced to train pilots for the Russian airline Aeroflot. It actually shares little in common with the original Yak-18, but has some systems in common with the Yak-52. Built in 1993, ex RA-44440, RP-C1893. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FSU Yavovlev Yak-18T (MSN 11324) owned by Anthony Hudacek, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Yak-18T is a four seat, fully aerobatic utility aircraft, designed for +6.48/-3.24 G, originally introduced to train pilots for the Russian airline Aeroflot. It actually shares little in common with the original Yak-18, but has some systems in common with the Yak-52. Built in 1993, ex RA-44440, RP-C1893.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FSU Yavovlev Yak-18T (MSN 11324) owned by Anthony Hudacek, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. The Yak-18T is a four seat, fully aerobatic utility aircraft, designed for +6.48/-3.24 G, originally introduced to train pilots for the Russian airline Aeroflot. It actually shares little in common with the original Yak-18, but has some systems in common with the Yak-52. Built in 1993, ex RA-44440, RP-C1893. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FSU Yavovlev Yak-18T (MSN 11324) owned by Anthony Hudacek, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Yak-18T is a four seat, fully aerobatic utility aircraft, designed for +6.48/-3.24 G, originally introduced to train pilots for the Russian airline Aeroflot. It actually shares little in common with the original Yak-18, but has some systems in common with the Yak-52. Built in 1993, ex RA-44440, RP-C1893.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FSU Yavovlev Yak-18T (MSN 11324) owned by Anthony Hudacek, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-FSU Yavovlev Yak-18T (MSN 11324) owned by Anthony Hudacek, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Yak-18T is a four seat, fully aerobatic utility aircraft (designed for +6.48/-3.24 g), which was originally introduced to train pilots for the Russian airline Aeroflot. It actually shares little in common with the original Yak-18, but has some systems in common with the Yak-52. Built in 1993, ex RA-44440, RP-C1893.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-FSU Yavovlev Yak-18T (MSN 11324) owned by Anthony Hudacek, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-FSU Yavovlev Yak-18T (MSN 11324) owned by Anthony Hudacek, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Yak-18T is a four seat, fully aerobatic utility aircraft (designed for +6.48/-3.24 g), which was originally introduced to train pilots for the Russian airline Aeroflot. It actually shares little in common with the original Yak-18, but has some systems in common with the Yak-52. Built in 1993, ex RA-44440, RP-C1893.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-JEY Progressive Aerodyne SeaRey LSX (MSN 1LK585C) owned by Sharon Freer-Smith, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-JEY Progressive Aerodyne SeaRey LSX (MSN 1LK585C) owned by Sharon Freer-Smith, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2013, ex N497AK. This two-seat amphibious kit aircraft was designed in the USA and the prototype first flew in 1992.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-JEY Progressive Aerodyne SeaRey LSX (MSN 1LK585C) owned by Sharon Freer-Smith, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-JEY Progressive Aerodyne SeaRey LSX (MSN 1LK585C) owned by Sharon Freer-Smith, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2013, ex N497AK. This two-seat amphibious kit aircraft was designed in the USA and the prototype first flew in 1992.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) owned by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) owned by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-KIL is a Spanish-built version of the German designed Bucker Jungmann, painted in Imperial Japanese Army Air Service markings to represent a Kokusai Ki-86, another licence-built version of the Jungmann. VH-KIL was restored over 10 years using some components acquired by Marcus Bates in Odessa, Texas, USA from the Spanish Air Force.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) owned by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-KIL / 14 CASA 1-131E Jungmann (MSN unknown, ex E3B-295 Spanish Air Force) owned by Bert Filippi, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-KIL is a Spanish-built version of the German designed Bucker Jungmann, painted in Imperial Japanese Army Air Service markings to represent a Kokusai Ki-86, another licence-built version of the Jungmann. VH-KIL was restored over 10 years using some components acquired by Marcus Bates in Odessa, Texas, USA from the Spanish Air Force.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-NIG/N9129/29 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN 82248) owned by Nigel T Emmans ”, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Based at Serpentine. Painted in RAF camouflage.
VH-NIG/N9129/29 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN 82248) owned by Nigel T Emmans ”, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Based at Serpentine. Painted in RAF camouflage.
Built in 1939. One of 100 Tiger Moths imported to Australia (in addition to production at Bankstown, NSW).
Served with RAAF, but retained RAF serial N9129. Served with 9EFTS at Cunderdin WA 10/04/1943 to 19/06/1943.
Registered VH-NIG from 12.4.1994 to Nigel T Emmans.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the "Nanchang CJ-5" for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings. Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the “Nanchang CJ-5” for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the "Nanchang CJ-5" for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings. Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the “Nanchang CJ-5” for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the "Nanchang CJ-5" for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings. Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the “Nanchang CJ-5” for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the "Nanchang CJ-5" for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings. Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the “Nanchang CJ-5” for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the "Nanchang CJ-5" for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings. Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the “Nanchang CJ-5” for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the "Nanchang CJ-5" for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings. Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the “Nanchang CJ-5” for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the "Nanchang CJ-5" for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings. Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-OOZ Yakovlev Yak-18 (MSN 1332013) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This Yakovlev Yak-18 trainer was built in 1954 at Kharkov, Ukraine (then part of the Soviet Union) and was gifted to the Chinese Air Force (PLAAF) by the Soviets. It was partly disassembled for transport and then reassembled at Nanchang in China, however it was not manufactured by Nanchang. After negotiations, Nanchang later assembled 324 of them under licence between 1954 and 1958 as the “Nanchang CJ-5” for use by the PLAAF, PLANAF and civilian flying clubs. This one is painted in Soviet Union DOSAAF markings.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-ORE Vans RV-6 (MSN 24961) owned by Paul Blackney at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ORE Vans RV-6 (MSN 24961) owned by Paul Blackney at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ORE Vans RV-6 (MSN 24961) owned by Paul Blackney at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2006, first registered 4.4.2006.
VH-ORE Vans RV-6 (MSN 24961) owned by Paul Blackney at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2006, first registered 4.4.2006.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-URC Boeing A75N1 Stearman (PT-17 Kaydet) (MSN 75-1834) owned by Heckenbury Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. It wears a World War Two style US Army Air Corps blue/yellow colour scheme. It was built in 1941 as a PT-17 Kaydet. Ex 41-8275, N58403. Photo © David Eyre
VH-URC Boeing A75N1 Stearman (PT-17 Kaydet) (MSN 75-1834) owned by Heckenbury Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
It wears a World War Two style US Army Air Corps blue/yellow colour scheme. It was built in 1941 as a PT-17 Kaydet. Ex 41-8275, N58403.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-URC Boeing A75N1 Stearman (PT-17 Kaydet) (MSN 75-1834) owned by Heckenbury Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. It wears a World War Two style US Army Air Corps blue/yellow colour scheme. It was built in 1941 as a PT-17 Kaydet. Ex 41-8275, N58403.
VH-URC Boeing A75N1 Stearman (PT-17 Kaydet) (MSN 75-1834) owned by Heckenbury Pty Ltd, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. It wears a World War Two style US Army Air Corps blue/yellow colour scheme. It was built in 1941 as a PT-17 Kaydet. Ex 41-8275, N58403.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This allowed the public to get up close and have a good look over this helicopter.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Callsign “POLAIR 61″, based at Jandakot. Used for police patrol, high-speed pursuits, surveillance, search and rescue and officer deployment. Fitted with a Star Safire III FLIR unit with downlink capabilities, Avalex digital recorder, Avalex moving map system, Wulfsberg tactical radio, Nitesun search light and double lift 600lb rescue winch. Built in 1990, ex JA6607. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This allowed the public to get up close and have a good look over this helicopter.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-WAH MBB-Kawasaki BK117B-2 (MSN 1051) of the WA Police Air Wing at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This allowed the public to get up close and have a good look over this helicopter.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-WFN / A17-649 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA799) owned by William Dearle, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-WFN / A17-649 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth (MSN DHA799) owned by William Dearle, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1942 by De Havilland Aircraft at Bankstown, NSW. Originally built for South Africa as DX742, but delivered to the RAAF as A17-649. Sold by RAAF and became VH-RNO on 10 June 1955 with Royal Newcastle Aero Club. Re-registered VH-WFN on 15 Aug 1959 to Aero Service Pty Ltd, it was based at the former Maylands Aerodrome in Perth. It has had a number of owners, accidents and rebuilds in subsequent years.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-WQW Great Lakes 2T-1A-2 Sport Trainer (MSN 003) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-WQW Great Lakes 2T-1A-2 Sport Trainer (MSN 003) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2001, ex N264SA. This biplane was originally designed by Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation of Cleveland, Ohio in 1929. It has a straight lower wing, but a swept upper wing, to assist with recovery from flat spins, and is designed to take +9/-6 G. Although the company had deposits for 650 aircraft, it only built 264 before the Great Depression caused the company to close in 1936. However, the aircraft were very popular as an aerobatic aircraft and from the 1960s to today, a number of individuals or companies have either produced or sold plans for the aircraft.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-WQW Great Lakes 2T-1A-2 Sport Trainer (MSN 003) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-WQW Great Lakes 2T-1A-2 Sport Trainer (MSN 003) owned by Franciscus Smit, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2001, ex N264SA. This biplane was originally designed by Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation of Cleveland, Ohio in 1929. It has a straight lower wing, but a swept upper wing, to assist with recovery from flat spins, and is designed to take +9/-6 G. Although the company had deposits for 650 aircraft, it only built 264 before the Great Depression caused the company to close in 1936. However, the aircraft were very popular as an aerobatic aircraft and from the 1960s to today, a number of individuals or companies have either produced or sold plans for the aircraft.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-YOR Van’s RV-12 (MSN 120534) owned by Shirley Harding at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-YOR Van’s RV-12 (MSN 120534) owned by Shirley Harding at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-YOR Van’s RV-12 (MSN 120534) owned by Shirley Harding at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-YOR Van’s RV-12 (MSN 120534) owned by Shirley Harding at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-YOR Vans RV-12 (MSN 120534) owned by Shirley Harding, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YOR Vans RV-12 (MSN 120534) owned by Shirley Harding, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ZAZ De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0503 / DH/B/F/372) owned by Kevin Bailey, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ZAZ De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 (MSN C1/0503 / DH/B/F/372) owned by Kevin Bailey, at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1951 and delivered to the Royal Air Force as WG429 on 19 October 1951, it was sold on 10 Aug 1956. Registered 25.3.1958 as VH-RVS with Royal Victorian Aero Club, at Moorabbin Airport, Victoria. Cancelled from register on 6.3.1972 as withdrawn from use. Restored 17.8.1992 as VH-ZAZ to Nicole E Bailey, Mundijong, WA. Registered operator Kevin H Bailey from 27.7.2005.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-YRB WACO Aircraft YMF-F5C (MSN F5C105) owned by Archie Dudgeon at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-YRB WACO Aircraft YMF-F5C (MSN F5C105) owned by Archie Dudgeon at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2005, ex N105KS. The WACO YMF is a modified version of the 1930s vintage WACO YMF, built to meet current FAA standards.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-YRB WACO Aircraft YMF-F5C (MSN F5C105) owned by Archie Dudgeon at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-YRB WACO Aircraft YMF-F5C (MSN F5C105) owned by Archie Dudgeon at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2005, ex N105KS. The WACO YMF is a modified version of the 1930s vintage WACO YMF, built to meet current FAA standards.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-YRB WACO Aircraft YMF-F5C (MSN F5C105) owned by Archie Dudgeon at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-YRB WACO Aircraft YMF-F5C (MSN F5C105) owned by Archie Dudgeon at SABC Annual Fly In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2005, ex N105KS. The WACO YMF is a modified version of the 1930s vintage WACO YMF, built to meet current FAA standards.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)

 

VH-ZSE Colomban Cri-Cri (MSN SD2) owned by Isak Van Heerden at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ZSE Colomban Cri-Cri (MSN SD2) owned by Isak Van Heerden at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Colomban Cri-cri (English: the chirp-chirp sound made by a cricket) is the smallest twin-engined manned aircraft in the world, designed in the early 1970s by French aeronautical engineer Michel Colomban.
This example was built in 2011 by Sakkie Van Heerden and David Botes. First flight 18 Feb 2012. It has now been retro fitted with jet engines.
Photo © Keith Anderson.
VH-ZSE Colomban Cri-Cri (MSN SD2) owned by Isak Van Heerden at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ZSE Colomban Cri-Cri (MSN SD2) owned by Isak Van Heerden at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Colomban Cri-cri (English: the chirp-chirp sound made by a cricket) is the smallest twin-engined manned aircraft in the world, designed in the early 1970s by French aeronautical engineer Michel Colomban.
This example was built in 2011 by Sakkie Van Heerden and David Botes. First flight 18 Feb 2012. It has now been retro fitted with jet engines.
Photo © Keith Anderson.
VH-ZSE Colomban Cri-Cri (MSN SD2) owned by Isak Van Heerden at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016.
VH-ZSE Colomban Cri-Cri (MSN SD2) owned by Isak Van Heerden at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Colomban Cri-cri (English: the chirp-chirp sound made by a cricket) is the smallest twin-engined manned aircraft in the world, designed in the early 1970s by French aeronautical engineer Michel Colomban.
This example was built in 2011 by Sakkie Van Heerden and David Botes. First flight 18 Feb 2012. It has now been retro fitted with jet engines.
Photo © Keith Anderson.
VH-RWQ Cessna A152 Aerobat (MSN A1520896) owned by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia Inc, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1980, ex N4807A. Photo © David Eyre
VH-RWQ Cessna A152 Aerobat (MSN A1520896) owned by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia Inc, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1980, ex N4807A. Photo © David Eyre
VH-RWQ Cessna A152 Aerobat (MSN A1520896) owned by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia Inc, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1980, ex N4807A. Photo © David Eyre
VH-RWQ Cessna A152 Aerobat (MSN A1520896) owned by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia Inc, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1980, ex N4807A. Photo © David Eyre

Aircraft in hangars and parking areas:

Aircraft lined up on the grass along the western end of the taxiway at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
Aircraft lined up on the grass along the western end of the taxiway at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-XJG Schleicher ASW 24E (motor glider) (MSN 24826) owned by Donald Woodward, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. The ASW 24E is a self-launching glider, with a Rotax 275 engine and a propeller mounted on a retractable pylon behind the cockpit, and needs a manual start with a pilot-operated ripcord. It is seen here being packed away in its trailer. Photo © David Eyre
VH-XJG Schleicher ASW 24E (motor glider) (MSN 24826) owned by Donald Woodward, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The ASW 24E is a self-launching glider, with a Rotax 275 engine and a propeller mounted on a retractable pylon behind the cockpit, and needs a manual start with a pilot-operated ripcord. It is seen here being packed away in its trailer.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-MRV Vans RV-7A (MSN 73567) owned by Robert Montgomery, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-MRV Vans RV-7A (MSN 73567) owned by Robert Montgomery, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-IJV Vans RV-10 (MSN 40183) owned by Ian Jenkins, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-IJV Vans RV-10 (MSN 40183) owned by Ian Jenkins, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-PVA Vans RV-7A (MSN 71019) owned by Peter Poland, named 'Carmella' at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2008 in the USA, registered N593B. Registered in Australia 25.8.2011. Photo © David Eyre
VH-PVA Vans RV-7A (MSN 71019) owned by Peter Poland, named ‘Carmella’ at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2008 in the USA, registered N593B. Registered in Australia 25.8.2011.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-PVA Vans RV-7A (MSN 71019) owned by Peter Poland, named 'Carmella' at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2008 in the USA, registered N593B. Registered in Australia 25.8.2011. Photo © David Eyre
VH-PVA Vans RV-7A (MSN 71019) owned by Peter Poland, named ‘Carmella’ at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2008 in the USA, registered N593B. Registered in Australia 25.8.2011.
Photo © David Eyre
19-5432 Fly Synthesis Storch HSJ (MSN 357), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
19-5432 Fly Synthesis Storch HSJ (MSN 357), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
Rand KR2S under construction, owned by Allen Buzza, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
Rand KR2S under construction, owned by Allen Buzza, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
RagWing RW11 Rag-A-Bond owned by Les Fullwood, under construction at Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. A replica of the Piper PA-15 Vagabond, the Rag-a-Bond was designed by Roger Mann and is sold as plans by RagWing Aircraft Designs. Photo © David Eyre
RagWing RW11 Rag-A-Bond owned by Les Fullwood, under construction at Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
A replica of the Piper PA-15 Vagabond, the Rag-a-Bond was designed by Roger Mann and is sold as plans by RagWing Aircraft Designs.
Photo © David Eyre
RagWing RW11 Rag-A-Bond owned by Les Fullwood, under construction at Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. A replica of the Piper PA-15 Vagabond, the Rag-a-Bond was designed by Roger Mann and is sold as plans by RagWing Aircraft Designs. Photo © David Eyre
RagWing RW11 Rag-A-Bond owned by Les Fullwood, under construction at Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
A replica of the Piper PA-15 Vagabond, the Rag-a-Bond was designed by Roger Mann and is sold as plans by RagWing Aircraft Designs.
Photo © David Eyre
Aero Mirage TC-2 under construction, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
Aero Mirage TC-2 under construction, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-AOF/A19-070 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 070) owned by Stephen Chapman of Lake Grace, WA at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built for Royal Australian Air Force and ferried from New Zealand as ZK-EUS. Delivered to RAAF 10 February 1982. Retired from RAAF service and sold 9 Sept 1993, registered VH-AOF. Photo © David Eyre
VH-AOF/A19-070 NZAI CT-4A Airtrainer (MSN 070) owned by Stephen Chapman of Lake Grace, WA at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built for Royal Australian Air Force and ferried from New Zealand as ZK-EUS. Delivered to RAAF 10 February 1982. Retired from RAAF service and sold 9 Sept 1993, registered VH-AOF.
Photo © David Eyre
19-8684 Vans RV-3B (MSN 11495), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
19-8684 Vans RV-3B (MSN 11495), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-IQE Cessna 172M Skyhawk (MSN 17263190) owned by Bradley Ogden, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1974, ex N4448R. Photo © David Eyre
VH-IQE Cessna 172M Skyhawk (MSN 17263190) owned by Bradley Ogden, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1974, ex N4448R. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YRT Vans RV-12 (MSN 120346) owned by Rob Melis, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YRT Vans RV-12 (MSN 120346) owned by Rob Melis, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-WOQ Pitts Model 12 Macho Stinker, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Not yet completed or registered at the time of this photo. The Macho Stinker was designed by Curtis Pitts during 1993-1995, and he released the design on his 80th birthday in December 1995. It is a high-performance aerobatic biplane with a Russian Vedeneyev M14P/PF radial engine. It can be built from plans, kits, or can be factory-built. It uses fabric-covered, welded steel tubing for the fuselage, and fabric-covered wings and wood spars. Photo © David Eyre
VH-WOQ Pitts Model 12 Macho Stinker, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Not yet completed or registered at the time of this photo. The Macho Stinker was designed by Curtis Pitts during 1993-1995, and he released the design on his 80th birthday in December 1995. It is a high-performance aerobatic biplane with a Russian Vedeneyev M14P/PF radial engine. It can be built from plans, kits, or can be factory-built. It uses fabric-covered, welded steel tubing for the fuselage, and fabric-covered wings and wood spars.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-DUO Vans RV-6 (MSN W184) owned by Robert Tarrant, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-DUO Vans RV-6 (MSN W184) owned by Robert Tarrant, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-VRH Vans RV-9A (MSN 91339) owned by Robert Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VRH Vans RV-9A (MSN 91339) owned by Robert Hannington, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-JOY Vans RV-6 (MSN W199) owned by Brian Holman, of Albany, WA, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1993, ex VH-MMK. Photo © David Eyre
VH-JOY Vans RV-6 (MSN W199) owned by Brian Holman, of Albany, WA, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1993, ex VH-MMK. Photo © David Eyre
VH-MMZ Vans RV-6 (MSN 22957/W209) owned by Milan Zaklan, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield - Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-MMZ Vans RV-6 (MSN 22957/W209) owned by Milan Zaklan, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
24-5520 Fly Synthesis Storch HS (MSN 397A-453) at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. The Storch is a two-seat, Italian-designed ultralight. Photo © David Eyre
24-5520 Fly Synthesis Storch HS (MSN 397A-453) at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Storch is a two-seat, Italian-designed ultralight.
Photo © David Eyre
Titan T-51D Mustang owned by owned by Luis Ricardo, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Designed by John Williams as a three-quarter scale replica kit-built version of the North American P-51 Mustang. This example has been under construction by Luis Ricardo since 2008, and is not yet registered. Photo © David Eyre
Titan T-51D Mustang owned by owned by Luis Ricardo, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Designed by John Williams as a three-quarter scale replica kit-built version of the North American P-51 Mustang. This example has been under construction by Luis Ricardo since 2008, and is not yet registered.
Photo © David Eyre
Titan T-51D Mustang owned by owned by Luis Ricardo, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Designed by John Williams as a three-quarter scale replica kit-built version of the North American P-51 Mustang. This example has been under construction by Luis Ricardo since 2008, and is not yet registered. Photo © David Eyre
Titan T-51D Mustang owned by owned by Luis Ricardo, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Designed by John Williams as a three-quarter scale replica kit-built version of the North American P-51 Mustang. This example has been under construction by Luis Ricardo since 2008, and is not yet registered.
Photo © David Eyre
Titan T-51D Mustang owned by owned by Luis Ricardo, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Designed by John Williams as a three-quarter scale replica kit-built version of the North American P-51 Mustang. This example has been under construction by Luis Ricardo since 2008, and is not yet registered. Photo © David Eyre
Titan T-51D Mustang owned by owned by Luis Ricardo, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Designed by John Williams as a three-quarter scale replica kit-built version of the North American P-51 Mustang. This example has been under construction by Luis Ricardo since 2008, and is not yet registered.
Photo © David Eyre
Titan T-51D Mustang owned by owned by Luis Ricardo, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Designed by John Williams as a three-quarter scale replica kit-built version of the North American P-51 Mustang. This example has been under construction by Luis Ricardo since 2008, and is not yet registered. Photo © David Eyre
Titan T-51D Mustang owned by owned by Luis Ricardo, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Designed by John Williams as a three-quarter scale replica kit-built version of the North American P-51 Mustang. This example has been under construction by Luis Ricardo since 2008, and is not yet registered.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-UAT Wittman W8 Tailwind (MSN W8) owned by Isak Van Heerden and David Botes, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1975, ex ZS-UAT. Photo © David Eyre
VH-UAT Wittman W8 Tailwind (MSN W8) owned by Isak Van Heerden and David Botes, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1975, ex ZS-UAT.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-COV Zenair CH200 Zenith (MSN A66) owned by Peter Cove, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
VH-COV Zenair CH200 Zenith (MSN A66) owned by Peter Cove, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
19-3557 Jabiru UL (MSN 391/UL0121), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. This aircraft is currently for sale at $42,000, and has done 300 hours. Photo © David Eyre
19-3557 Jabiru UL (MSN 391/UL0121), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This aircraft is currently for sale at $42,000, and has done 300 hours.
Photo © David Eyre
19-7738 Arion Lightning, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. First flown 27 March 2014 at Serpentine. Photo © David Eyre
19-7738 Arion Lightning, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
First flown 27 March 2014 at Serpentine.
Photo © David Eyre
19-7280 Arion Lightning (MSN 19), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
19-7280 Arion Lightning (MSN 19), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-BEP Auster J/1 Autocrat (MSN 1984) owned by Gordon Collen, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1946, ex ZS-IPB, (ZU-BGC), ZS-IPB, A2-ZET, ZS-DAE, G-AGXZ. Photo © David Eyre
VH-BEP Auster J/1 Autocrat (MSN 1984) owned by Gordon Collen, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1946, ex ZS-IPB, (ZU-BGC), ZS-IPB, A2-ZET, ZS-DAE, G-AGXZ.
Photo © David Eyre
24-8710 Aeropilot Legend 600 (MSN 1527), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. The Legend is designed and built in the Czech Republic and was designed as an 80% scale version of the Cessna 182, made of composites, rather than metal. It has 2 seats, but has more room than the Cessna. It has a 100hp Rotax 912 ULS engine and flies at 210 kmh with a max range of 1300km. Photo © David Eyre
24-8710 Aeropilot Legend 600 (MSN 1527), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Legend is designed and built in the Czech Republic and was designed as an 80% scale version of the Cessna 182, made of composites, rather than metal. It has 2 seats, but has more room than the Cessna. It has a 100hp Rotax 912 ULS engine and flies at 210 kmh with a max range of 1300km. This one was built in 2015.
Photo © David Eyre
24-8710 Aeropilot Legend 600 (MSN 1527), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. The Legend is designed and built in the Czech Republic and was designed as an 80% scale version of the Cessna 182, made of composites, rather than metal. It has 2 seats, but has more room than the Cessna. It has a 100hp Rotax 912 ULS engine and flies at 210 kmh with a max range of 1300km. This one was built in 2015. Photo © David Eyre
24-8710 Aeropilot Legend 600 (MSN 1527), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
The Legend is designed and built in the Czech Republic and was designed as an 80% scale version of the Cessna 182, made of composites, rather than metal. It has 2 seats, but has more room than the Cessna. It has a 100hp Rotax 912 ULS engine and flies at 210 kmh with a max range of 1300km. This one was built in 2015.
Photo © David Eyre
24-8658 Fly Synthesis Syncro (MSN F4AD0030E2FC), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. This Italian ultralight and light-sport aircraft is supplied as a complete, ready-to-fly-aircraft. Powered by 101hp Rotax 912ULS four cylinder engine, it has a range of 1,200km on 100 lites of fuel. With large windows and no wing struts, it has a superb view from the cockpit. Photo © David Eyre
24-8658 Fly Synthesis Syncro (MSN F4AD0030E2FC), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
This Italian ultralight and light-sport aircraft is supplied as a complete, ready-to-fly-aircraft. Powered by 101hp Rotax 912ULS four cylinder engine, it has a range of 1,200km on 100 lites of fuel. With large windows and no wing struts, it has a superb view from the cockpit.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFB Bowers Fly Baby 1A (MSN W138) owned by Richard Verwoord, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. In RAF markings, with the name "Bristol Balderdash" on the tail - this one first flew on 23 August 1996. The Bowers Fly Baby is a single-seat, open-cockpit, wood and fabric homebuilt aircraft designed by US aircraft designer and Boeing historian, Peter M. Bowers. The first one flew in 1962 and over 500 have been built. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFB Bowers Fly Baby 1A (MSN W138) owned by Richard Verwoord, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
In RAF markings, with the name “Bristol Balderdash” on the tail – this one first flew on 23 August 1996. The Bowers Fly Baby is a single-seat, open-cockpit, wood and fabric homebuilt aircraft designed by US aircraft designer and Boeing historian, Peter M. Bowers. The first one flew in 1962 and over 500 have been built.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFB Bowers Fly Baby 1A (MSN W138) owned by Richard Verwoord, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. In RAF markings, with the name "Bristol Balderdash" on the tail - this one first flew on 23 August 1996. The Bowers Fly Baby is a single-seat, open-cockpit, wood and fabric homebuilt aircraft designed by US aircraft designer and Boeing historian, Peter M. Bowers. The first one flew in 1962 and over 500 have been built. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFB Bowers Fly Baby 1A (MSN W138) owned by Richard Verwoord, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
In RAF markings, with the name “Bristol Balderdash” on the tail – this one first flew on 23 August 1996. The Bowers Fly Baby is a single-seat, open-cockpit, wood and fabric homebuilt aircraft designed by US aircraft designer and Boeing historian, Peter M. Bowers. The first one flew in 1962 and over 500 have been built.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFB Bowers Fly Baby 1A (MSN W138) owned by Richard Verwoord, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. In RAF markings, with the name "Bristol Balderdash" on the tail - this one first flew on 23 August 1996. The Bowers Fly Baby is a single-seat, open-cockpit, wood and fabric homebuilt aircraft designed by US aircraft designer and Boeing historian, Peter M. Bowers. The first one flew in 1962 and over 500 have been built. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFB Bowers Fly Baby 1A (MSN W138) owned by Richard Verwoord, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
In RAF markings, with the name “Bristol Balderdash” on the tail – this one first flew on 23 August 1996. The Bowers Fly Baby is a single-seat, open-cockpit, wood and fabric homebuilt aircraft designed by US aircraft designer and Boeing historian, Peter M. Bowers. The first one flew in 1962 and over 500 have been built.
Photo © David Eyre
Vans RV-9A under construction at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
Vans RV-9A under construction at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-LPA Cessna 150H (MSN 15067396) owned by Thomas Emmens, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1967, ex N6596S. Photo © David Eyre
VH-LPA Cessna 150H (MSN 15067396) owned by Thomas Emmens, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1967, ex N6596S. Photo © David Eyre
VH-RWJ Cessna A152 Aerobat (MSN A1520845), owned by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia Inc, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 1979, ex N4621A. Photo © David Eyre
VH-RWJ Cessna A152 Aerobat (MSN A1520845), owned by the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia Inc, at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 1979, ex N4621A. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YNB Diamond DA-20-C1 Eclipse (MSN C0308) owned by Thunderbird Aviation Academy (Jetfield Nominees Pty Ltd), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2005. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YNB Diamond DA-20-C1 Eclipse (MSN C0308) owned by Thunderbird Aviation Academy (Jetfield Nominees Pty Ltd), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2005. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YNB Diamond DA-20-C1 Eclipse (MSN C0308) owned by Thunderbird Aviation Academy (Jetfield Nominees Pty Ltd), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Built in 2005. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YNB Diamond DA-20-C1 Eclipse (MSN C0308) owned by Thunderbird Aviation Academy (Jetfield Nominees Pty Ltd), at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Built in 2005. Photo © David Eyre
24-5058 Jabiru J-160C (MSN 158) at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016. Photo © David Eyre
24-5058 Jabiru J-160C (MSN 158) at SABC Annual Fly-In, Serpentine Airfield – Sun 25 September 2016.
Photo © David Eyre