Live at 10:00am - 11 August
Due to COVID-19 we encourage you to register to attend our Open Day in advance. You'll also need to book ahead for some activities due to capacity limits. Booking links and info will be displayed here as available.
And don't forget the drinks!
From emergency service air wings that are operated today, to the historic aircraft of yesteryear.
Aerologistics located in Hangar 85 at Essendon Fields Airport, are putting their magnificently restored Douglas DC-3 on show.
GAM Group will have their Dornier 228 on display. Considered the most versatile and advanced high-wing aircraft in its class, it's capable of operating on short and narrow regional runways, including remote gravel and unprepared strips.
GAM Group, based in Hangar 1 at Essendon Fields Airport will have their Aerocommander 500 on display.
Guimbal Cabri G2
Melbourne Heli will have their Guimbal Cabri G2 chopper on display, a newly engineered two seater training helicopter, specifically designed for flight training with the highest of safety standards, ergonomic function and comfort in mind.
Short Stop Jet's L-39 is a third-generation fighter jet trainer and light attack aircraft, and due to its excellent performance and dependability is one of the most widely used types for this role world-wide.
King Air B350 C
Every Royal Flying Doctor's Service aircraft has to undergo an extensive fit-out after purchase, so they have the necessary medical equipment to deal with any emergency. This is not your everyday twin-turbo propeller plane produced by Beechcraft.
Arguably the world's most successful 19 seat twin turboprop aircraft, and used daily by Sharp Airlines out of Essendon Fields Airport to get travellers to Griffith and the Bass Islands.
This isn't your standard Mooney, with a sexy Porsche FFM 3200 engine slotted in - an unusual GA plane from the mid 80's
Stay tuned for more