Events

  • Mon
    21
    Jan
    2019
    1830 - 2130Kyneton Airfield - 1503 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road Kyneton VIC 3444

    Our first Meeting for 2019 will be held on the usual 3rd Monday of the Month at 1830; this will be a General Meeting only with no presentation, however, a light supper will be provided to allow for Member networking.

  • Sat
    02
    Feb
    2019
    1200 - 1330Kyneton Airfield 1503 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road, Kyneton VIC 3444

    Why not join the Kyneton Aero Club for our 1st Saturday of the Month “Gourmet Hot Dog Fly-In”.

    Talk to local Pilots and Aircraft Owners, view some great classic through to modern aircraft, and maybe spend some time visiting other attractions in the picturesque Macedon Ranges https://www.visitmacedonranges.com/

    $10 gets you:

    • Gourmet Hot Dog with all the fillings* 

    • Soft Drink or Tea/Coffee

    • Cake

    * Local Bratwurst Sausages from Sizzlin Sensations Kyneton

    All profits from this monthly fundraiser are proudly in support of: 

    RMH Neuroscience Foundation.

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  • Mon
    18
    Feb
    2019
    1930 - 2130Kyneton Airfield - 1503 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road Kyneton VIC 3444

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    Theo Willford is a private pilot and amateur aircraft builder from the U.K. who was involved in rebuilding a WWI Bristol Scout fighter. Starting with the original control stick, rudder bar and one magneto, and with a set of original factory drawings, Theo and his colleagues built a completely new but authentic reconstruction of a WWI Bristol Scout, right down to the Irish linen covering. KAC member, Frank Deeth, first met Theo approximately two years ago when he was visiting his daughter on the Mornington Peninsular. Not to be satisfied with the completion of the Bristol Scout, Theo is now building a Corby Starlet and through a mutual friend in the U.K. he looked Frank up during his last visit to talk, amongst all things aviation, Corby Starlets; naturally the Bristol Scout and Frank’s Spitfire projects came up as well. Since then Frank has had the privilege of catching up with Theo in the U.K. and getting an up close and personal look at the Bristol Scout based in the Shuttleworth Collection at Biggleswade near Duxford/Cambridge. Theo along with the two grandsons of an original Bristol Scout pilot take the aircraft on the road throughout the U.K. flying season to various flying and non-flying historical events to help educate the masses about the Bristol Scout and its role in WWI. Theo has kindly offered to give a talk at the Kyneton Aero Club on the building and flying of the Bristol Scout. A light supper will be provided following Theo's talk and, as usual, guests are most welcome.

  • Sat
    23
    Feb
    2019
    0900 - 1600Kyneton Airfield - 1503 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road Kyneton VIC 3444

    WORKING BEE

    The first of our Autumn Working Bees, with a focus on finishing off the PAL remediation on RWY 09/27; please see the 05/02 email from the Vice President for further details.

  • Sun
    28
    Apr
    2019
    0900 - 1600Kyneton Airfield - 1503 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road Kyneton VIC 3444

    WORKING BEE

    The second of our Autumn Working Bees to get the Airfield into tip-top shape for our "Australia's Biggest Morning Tea Fly-in" the following Saturday 04 May; further information will be circulated closer to the event.

  • Mon
    20
    May
    2019
    1800 - 2100Kyneton Airfield 1503 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road, Kyneton VIC 3444

    The Kyneton Aero Club is again very pleased to jointly with CASA host this year’s CASA AvSafety Seminar “Advancing pilot skills in a dynamic environment” - more details to follow.