Thursday, 3 March 2016

Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Monday, 29 February 2016

Saturday, 27 February 2016

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Tropicair P2-BBM

Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended


 P2-BBM of Tropicair, based in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea - 2015

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Polynesian Airlines 5W-STF

Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended


  'Savai'i' - 5W-STF of Polynesian Airlines, based in Apia, Western Samoa, 2014

Sunday, 30 November 2014

Royal Tongan Airlines A3-FQL

Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended


  
A3-FQL of Royal Tongan Airlines, based at Fua'amotu INTL, Tonga, circa '94

Thursday, 27 November 2014

Polynesian Airlines 5W-FAU

Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended

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 'Aolele' - 5W-FAU of Polynesian Airlines, based in Apia, Western Samoa, circa '93


Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Goroka Air Services P2-MRN

Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended



Goroka Air Services P2-MRN, based at AYGA - Goroka airport, Papua New Guinea, circa 1998


Saturday, 22 November 2014

TAA Papua New Guinea Sunbird Services VH-SBV

Aerosoft Catalina



Built in Canada for the USAAF as 44-34081, after it was civilianized it was purchased by Macao Air Transport and registered as VR-HDH, in 1962 it became VH-SBV when Trans Australia Airlines purchased it for operations in Papua New Guinea as a part of their Sunbird Services, the aircraft flew regular services around coasts of New Guinea from 1962-1966 when competition from land based aircraft began to eat into the overall profitability of the service, upon retirement it was meant to go into a local New Guinea museum but unfortunately it was left to rot for some years, the remains were purchased in 1979 by a New Zealand based group, and is currently undergoing restoration as a static display.

'Wahoo' 131-62 Burma Banshees 89th FS USAF

A2A Simulations P40B



This is a repaint of LT Sherry Dare's "Wahoo" P40N on a P40B model, LT Dare served with the Burma Banshees 10AF, 80FG, 89FS, The 89th flew combat missions in the China Burma India Theater from, 8 September 1943-28 April 1945, Their nickname, the "Burma Banshees," was given to them by the natives because of the high-pitched whistling noise the P-40 made during dive bomb runs.