Login

Pioneering Aviation in New Zealand

Four programmes covering the history and innovations of New Zealand's aviation industry. Includes 'Boeing 737 - 25 Years in Kiwi Service'; 'Flying the Coast' about Air Services on the rugged West Coast of the South Island from 1934; 'S.P.A.N.Z.' tells the story of the South Pacific Airlines of NZ who challenged the highly regulated industry in the 1960s and 'Tigers to Turbines' follows 50 years of aerial top-dressing by Wanganui Aero Work Ltd.

Year: 2006
Genre: Documentaries, New Zealand Docos, General Docos
Country: NZ
Duration: 186 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: New Zealand (Documentary)

AVAILABILITY

DVD out - ADD TO YOUR QUEUE

Permanent Collection

For in-store pickup reservations please call 03 3650 615

ALICE ALSO SUGGESTS:

New Zealand Maritime Memories (2006)

In a country surrounded and dominated by the sea, shipping has long been a fundamentally important f...

New Zealand Railways Story (2000)

Documenting the story of New Zealand's railway system from the 7 km line between Christchurch and Fe...

A History of Flight (2005)

Tom Baker narrates the story of aviation from its pioneering days at the start of the 20th century t...

The Shape of Things to Come (2008)

Some new shapes are appearing in Australian skies... from the 560 tonne Airbus A 380 to the Global H...

The Boneyard (2008)

The Davis Monthan air force base in Tucson, Arizona is the home of AMARG the 309th Aerospace Mainten...

Heroes of Aviation (2008)

Take to the skies with courageous military pilots of the past century - from the early fliers of WWI...

The Century of Flight - Vol. 1 (2004)

Volume 1 of 2. Using impressive archive film and photography, this 26-part series describes the brea...

The Century of Flight - Vol. 2 (2004)

Volume 2 of 2. Using impressive archive film and photography, this 26-part series describes the brea...

Charles Kingsford Smith (2009)

Known to millions of Australians simply as Smithy, Sir Charles Kingsford Smith was one of Australia'...

Will It Fly? (2013)

New Zealand's greatest historical aviation mystery is that of Richard Pearse and his early 1900's fl...