Throughout the weekend, Kevin Scrimshaw Safety Assurance Officer from CASA will announce over the PA the locations of ad-hoc sessions to be conducted at an aircraft on the airport. These sessions are intended to demystify the ramp check process and show pilots the processes used when conducting a ramp check. These sessions are for the information of all pilots and provide the opportunity to observe a ramp check being conducted.
Thursday March 28th – Highlights
Watch all the aeroplane arrivals and claim the best underwing camping spot by arriving Thursday. Instructor forums will commence at 4pm in Hangar D. Check out the fantastic displays at the Temora Aviation Museum, and catch up with old and new friends. There will be forums starting from 2pm so keep checking the website for the latest information.The Temora Aviation Museum will be open from 10am to 4pm and there will also be a bus provided by Temora Shire Council to sample the delights of Temora Township and its famous country hospitality.
Friday March 29th – Highlights
Friday will include an exciting display provided by Temora Aviation Museum’s Spitfire. Aeroplanes will be required to remain outside the Temora Restricted Area during the display, so pilots should plan their arrival prior or well after the NOTAM times.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday – Highlights
Friday, Saturday and Sunday will also include presentations about composite aeroplane repairs and maintenance, CASA forums including 178 seconds, Human Factors and Aviation Safety Resources on the Internet, aeroplane painting forum, Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) presentation, L1 and L2 record keeping requirements, Oz Runways flight planning presentations, Airservices information, RA-Aus Members meeting, presentations and insurance issues for pilots and aeroplanes owners, AvPlan flight planning presentation, and so much more. Keep checking the website for program details closer to the date.
Other activities will include Easter fly market stalls (sold out early in previous years), an afternoon bus excursion around the area courtesy of Ray White, and the Natfly presentation dinner. For those who can’t make it to the dinner, there will be a live band on Friday and Saturday nights for a toe tapping good time.