There has been some very significant progress on the airframe restoration of Jack McDonald’s Hawker Demon, particularly the fitting of the woodwork on the fuselage. Since our last report in May 2016 most of the woodwork has been undertaken by very talented volunteer, Dave Saunders and the quality of the work and progress is excellent. […]
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Warbirds Online attended the Brisbane Valley Airshow at Watts Bridge on the 26th and 27th of August 2016. Watts Bridge Memorial Airfield is a historic ex WWII airfield and is located about 130 kms North West of Brisbane, Qld. The airfield houses an eclectic range of Warbirds, classic veteran aircraft and general aviation machines and […]Airshows, Australian Warbirds, Historic Aircraft
Warbirds Online has been heavily involved in the recovery and restoration of DHC 4 Caribou A4-228 from Oakey, Qld. Regular readers of our news reports on Caribou A4-228 will be aware that the aircraft arrived at Australian Aviation Heritage Centre based at Caboolture Qld, after a monster move from Oakey on the 24th of June […]Australian Warbirds, RAAF historic aircraft, Warbird Restoration Projects
Warbirds Online recently visited Pay’s Air Services at Scone NSW to view the restoration of the Supermarine Spitfires and other aircraft in the workshop. Ross Pay has reorganized the workshop facilities at Scone and the Warbirds, including the Spitfires, which are now located in the main hangar at Pay’s Air Services, along with the Hawker […]Australian Warbirds, RAAF historic aircraft, Warbird Restoration Projects, Warbirds