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RD AIPORT ARDMORE AIRPORT The Safest General Aviation Airport in NZ Did you know Ardmore Airport is the home of award winning aircraft restorations... Pioneer Aero which specialises in the Joint owners Steven Cox and Paul McSweeny restoration and maintenance of Warbird say the focus is again on P40s with no less aircraft is proud to be based at Ardmore than 3 of these currently being worked on Airfield. Being on a WW11 built airfield in for both local and overseas clients. Also "on one of the original hangars on the aptly the Books" is a De Havilland Sea Hornet named Corsair Lane just seems appropriate for the type of work that is carried out. TT193 this was the last of the De Havilland piston engine military aircraft and regarded Initially known for their award winning by many to be the most attractive piston restorations on the Curtiss P40 aircraft engine aircraft ever built with performance Pioneer Aero has in the last few years to match. restored and maintained several different While not open for public viewing, tours of types of Warbird aircraft, these include Pioneer Aero can be arranged for interested the Bell P39 Airacobra, Lavochkin LA9, groups by emailing paul@pioneeraero.co.nz P51 Mustang and the BAC 167 Strikemaster, just to name a few. more information is available on the website www.pioneeraero.co.nz The P-40 firing guns over Lake Wanaka (image by Gavin Conroy) Pioneer Aero Staff in front of P39 (image by Gavin Conroy) Ce MANRER 511 Harvard Lane, Corner Harvard & McBride Lanes Ardmore Airport, Auckland 2582 www.ardmoreairport.co.nz Phone: 09 298 9544 iani gvaupgg-e RD AIPORT ARDMORE AIRPORT The Safest General Aviation Airport in NZ Did you know Ardmore Airport is the home of award winning aircraft restorations... Pioneer Aero which specialises in the Joint owners Steven Cox and Paul McSweeny restoration and maintenance of Warbird say the focus is again on P40s with no less aircraft is proud to be based at Ardmore than 3 of these currently being worked on Airfield. Being on a WW11 built airfield in for both local and overseas clients. Also "on one of the original hangars on the aptly the Books" is a De Havilland Sea Hornet named Corsair Lane just seems appropriate for the type of work that is carried out. TT193 this was the last of the De Havilland piston engine military aircraft and regarded Initially known for their award winning by many to be the most attractive piston restorations on the Curtiss P40 aircraft engine aircraft ever built with performance Pioneer Aero has in the last few years to match. restored and maintained several different While not open for public viewing, tours of types of Warbird aircraft, these include Pioneer Aero can be arranged for interested the Bell P39 Airacobra, Lavochkin LA9, groups by emailing paul@pioneeraero.co.nz P51 Mustang and the BAC 167 Strikemaster, just to name a few. more information is available on the website www.pioneeraero.co.nz The P-40 firing guns over Lake Wanaka (image by Gavin Conroy) Pioneer Aero Staff in front of P39 (image by Gavin Conroy) Ce MANRER 511 Harvard Lane, Corner Harvard & McBride Lanes Ardmore Airport, Auckland 2582 www.ardmoreairport.co.nz Phone: 09 298 9544 iani gvaupgg-e