Event Information:

  • Sat

    Shed Visit: Ian Whitney's

    02:00Contact Steve Edmonds for details.

    This is the time of the year when many members commit themselves to doing a little “hangar flying” to avoid the ravages of the winter weather. Maintenance, touch ups, improvements, rebuilds and projects are being done however away from Kyneton Airfield it’s hard to see what pilots are up to while in hibernation. 

    There have always been rumours about “Spitfires” in sheds, “Tigermoth’s” being rebuilt, “Winjeels” thought to be lost for all time but only to re-emerge after many winters and hours of work. With this in mind a number of the members of the Kyneton Aero Club have suggested that this time of the year could be a great opportunity to visit some of our members sheds to look at what is happening behind closed doors. 

    To get the ball rolling, long time member and significant contributor to the Australian Warbird fraternity Ian Whitney has invited members to take a look at his workshop and the progress he has been making on a number of projects including his Wirraway & P40 Kittyhawk. 

    Scheduled to take place on the taking place on Saturday 27th July at 12pm in Romsey, those members interested in attending should let me know if you wish to attend.

    Steve Edmonds

    Vice President – Kyneton Aero Club or 0409 256 516

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