AusFly - A Traditional Aussie Fly-in

17th - 20th October 2019

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A Traditional Aussie Fly-In Whatever you fly, building, planning a career, or just interested - you are welcome!

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17 hours 40 minutes ago

Blue skies and people already arriving at Narromine. Weather looking good for the event. See you soon.

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1 day 15 hours ago

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1 day 17 hours ago

Some more accommodation has become available.
I have been advised of a cancellation of a three bedroom house for this week up to the 21st.

contact is Annette - 0407 780 955

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1 day 21 hours ago

Accommodation has become available in Narromine. Read on.......
he Imperial Stay, Burraway Street, Narromine, we have refurbished the rooms, we have 7 rooms available for the air show. Prices start at $85 We are open Tuesday & Wednesday 8am _ 2pm, Thursday 8am _ 10pm, Friday and Saturday 8am to midnight and Sunday 7:30am to 4pm. We serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our rooms include breakfast. We offer a friendly service with great food, coffee and three bars. If you would like more information please call me on the above number or our business number is (02) 58075758. Thanks Kerry Scott

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4 days 12 hours ago

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4 days 14 hours ago

Flying into AusFly? Download the Pilot Guide here https://ausfly.com.au/getting-to-ausfly/

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4 days 23 hours ago

And the latest Gold Sponsor to join us at AusFly is RAAus. Please welcome them.

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5 days 12 hours ago

AusFly Event Program looks fantastic!

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5 days 17 hours ago

AusFly Weather Update – It’s looking great throughout the event!

(Source: Narromine 14-Day Forecast – The Weather Network)

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1 week 15 hours ago

I'm really looking forward to watching the display at AusFly this year. Another one of our pilots is Andrew Temby.

Andrew’s dad was a WW@ pilot on Liberator Bombers.
When Andrew is not flying aerobatics or flying the plane he built, he enjoys maintaining his aircraft.
Andrew competed in the Australian Grand Prix on 1989 and he says race cars or flying planes, planes rule!
Andrew has flown hundreds of display routines in his YAK 52 TW. The YAK is powered by a Vedneyev M14 P 9 cylinder supercharged radial engine. The engine is the most powerful Aerobatic engine in the world. The engine has an oil system anf fuel system that can work when the plane is on any angle.
The Yak was designed as a soviet military and sport aerobatic aircraft. This aircraft is appropriately displayed doing smooth graceful aerobatics. The engine can use up to 170 litres per hour of fuel when on full throttle.

This display is going to be phenomenal.