Scenes of a large group of overseas students arriving at Christchurch Airport to study at the University of Canterbury.
Views of attendees at a reunion of First World War airmen in Christchurch. Frames three to six are of Mr J. E. Winn of Wellington being helped to board an aircraft by his former aircraft instructor Mr...
Views of Sir Charles Elworthy and Lady Audrey Elworthy arriving at Christchurch Airport from Canberra for an overnight stay.
Winners of the Christchurch and North Canterbury "Flying Start Scholarships", Mr Brian Fawdray (left) and Mr Graham Johnson, with the president of the Canterbury Aero Club Mr W.A. Morrison (right).
Winners of the Christchurch and North Canterbury "Flying Start Scholarships", Mr Brian Fawdray (third from right) and Mr Graham Johnson (left), with the president of the Canterbury Aero Club Mr W.A...
Dad refueling his privately owned plane before take-off on a trip to the North Island, at Blenheim Airfield, Highly commended:in the 2015 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
Newspaper photo and report of Mr & Mrs Marker and friends' trip to the North Island. Highly commended in the 2015 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt
My Grandmother at top of steps waving as she goes on her first ever flight to Australia. Christchurch Airport, Christmas 1964.
My father Felix Rooney arrives in the South Island by plane from the North Island. He may have been to the Antarctic, Gallipoli and the Western Front, but this was his first plane ride.
The United States Air Force Globemaster II aeroplane arrives at Harewood Airport. Nicknamed "Old Shakey" the heavy-lift cargo aircraft was used to assist supply operations to Operation Deep Freeze...
"My father Henry Arnold Everard Stark (known as Jim) is holding the sign in the photo. He was a Leading Aircraftsman and served from October 1941 till Jan 1946." - Contributor's note
Retired Douglas Dakotas (DC3's) at Christchurch Airport. 1983
Deep Freeze aircraft were based at Wigram in the early days. Note JAJC bottles on the side.
New migrants arriving at Harewood aboard a KLM Liftmaster.
A Harvard aircraft and sign advertising the entrance to the Air Force Museum on Harvard Avenue in Wigram.
Five aeroplanes performing an air show with a Norfolk Island Pine Tree in the foreground.
The fascination of large aircraft. People out to view the U.S. Globemaster at Harewood in the 1950s. Nicknamed "Old Shakey" the heavy-lift cargo aircraft was used to assist supply operations to...
RNZAF plane in Cathedral Square.
Centaurus Flying Boat pays a visit to the Port of Lyttelton in 1938 much to the interest of the Christchurch Public who went over the hill to have a look.
Newspaper caption: Territorial Artillery Training: New Howitzer Battery Shoot at Mount Torlesse. The 16th Pack Howitzer Battery, Christchurch, having completed their annual training, carried out a...
Staff from No. 4 Hanger. Name of aircraft: (D.C. 3). This plane was built 20 March 1945 as a freighter for the RNZAF for use as a paratrooper. The aircraft went to the National Airways Corporation 29...
Alan Tunnicliffe's first flight. Arrival at Christchurch Airport December 1965 from Invercargil by N.A.C. DC-3 aircraft.
The plane parked on the tarmac at Blenheim Airfield before Mr & Mrs Marker left for the North Island.
Dad's privately owned aircraft (Registered number zk-BCQ).