• Sun
    Kyneton Airfield , 1505 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road, Kyneton VIC 3444

    Please put Sunday 16 April into your diary for our Autumn Working Bee, as usual this will be a great opportunity to meet some fellow KAC Members and to spend some time together helping to ensure the Airfield that we, and many visitors, all appreciate, is in great condition.

  • Mon
    Kyneton Airfield , 1503 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road, Kyneton VIC 3444

    Kyneton Aero Club member, Warren Canning, also a member of the Flight Test Society of Australia, recently gave a presentation at the annual FTSA Symposium on the Development Flight Trials of the AVT Australia (AVTA) CM234 Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR)  Gimbal, an Australian capability that has been selected for integration onto the Insitu Pacific “ Integrator” platform being supplied to the Australian Army as part of Land 129 Phase 3, the CM234 has also been chosen by BAE for its STRIX VTOL UAV announced at Avalon 2023.
    Whilst primarily destined for use on UAS/RPAS platforms, AVTA determined that it would be more practical to undertake the developmental flight trials on a crewed platform due to the complexity of operating a large enough RPAS in civilian Class G Airspace.
    Warren will repeat his FTSA presentation for our Club; the presentation will cover regulatory considerations, engineering approvals for carriage of the payload, locating a suitable ground range, operational factors, flight trials campaigns and the successful demonstration of the initial operational capability to the customer.

  • Sat
    Kyneton Airfield , 1503 Kyneton-Metcalfe Road, Kyneton VIC 3444

    The Kyneton Aero Club is extremely pleased to again be hosting a Cancer Council "Australia's Biggest Morning Tea" Fly-in.
    As in previous years there will be a large number of aircraft on display, including several classic and vintage types, and plenty of Tea, Coffee and Yummy Food.
    We hope you will join us for a great family day out in support of this very worthwhile cause.

Enjoying a stopover on a scenic flight from Kyneton Airfield.
One of the many Cancer Council “Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea” Fly-ins held at Kyneton Airfield