On behalf of the committee, myself and all the club members, I would like to thank all of those who helped improve our clubrooms in the lead-up to, on, and after the working bee. Our clubrooms are now much improved and better than ever. Some of the improvements include:
- Painting and tidying of the toilets
- Installation of airband radio speakers
- Staining of the deck
- Installation of a flyscreen door and window flyscreens
- Installation of a television antenna
- Installation of a wireless router for use with the printer
- Cleaning and tidying everything – the fridge, the rooms, the toilets and surrounds
Thank you all for your help and support.
Coldstream to Wentworth October 2018
By Len Borrow
Mike Welsh’s cousin Peter runs an asparagus farm 18 kilometres north of Wentworth Western NSW.
Mike suggested the idea to club members for a flyaway in the second week of July this year and quite a few members were interested in the trip and the accommodation, but because of bad weather the trip was cancelled and new arrangements were made to go away on the second weekend in October.
Originally up to three or four planes were going to fly to Wentworth but one by one members dropped out. In the end the ‘gallant three’ ended up having a fantastic time at Tarcoolar Mike’s cousins asparagus farm. Continue reading “Coldstream to Wentworth October 2018”
From Thursday 8 November 2018 there will be changes to the VFR cruising levels around Port Philip Bay
Continue reading “New VFR Cruising Levels”
When taxiing past the club dont stray too close, there’s a new post! NEW Traffic conditions ahead.
Wheelchair friendly club!
Thank you to member Rob Rickards for the ramp
On Sunday 28 October 2018, CFC will be hosting the first get together of Victoria’s Disabled Pilots Group.
We invite volunteers to take those participants without their own aircraft flying.
Some of the participants may have done the Wheelies with Wings course on the Foxbat and others are experienced flyers and owners.
The hope is that this will become a regular event.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact CFC member Rob Rickards
COLDSTREAM FLYERS CLUB NEWSLETTER – MARCH 2017
February and March 2017 has been a very exciting couple of months for flying and all other activities aviation. Continue reading “Throwback! – March 2017 Newsletter”
COLDSTREAM FLYERS CLUB NEWSLETTER – JANUARY 2017
Welcome to 2017!
The members of Coldstream Flyers have been off to all sorts of places on flying adventures over the Christmas New Year period. Jason Pigdon visited from QLD and a great BBQ get together was held at the club rooms. Some flew to SA and back along the coast, others have done lunch at Kyneton, visited Porepunkah and of course attended the Hangar lunch celebrations for Dick & Liz Gower and Jamie Mitchell. Continue reading “Throwback! – January 2017 Newsletter”
COLDSTREAM FLYERS CLUB NEWSLETTER – NOVEMBER 2016
Well if wind and rain are your thing October and November have provided you a dream weather event. There has been some nice weather; however it happens to coincide normally with a work day leaving the weekends so so. The Cup Day weekend did give a beautiful Saturday for flying and also Tuesday was OK too to watch some Nags run around a track. We all feel for any students trying to do a NAV currently, however your weather report reading will be terrific! Continue reading “Throwback! – November 2016 Newsletter”
COLDSTREAM FLYERS CLUB NEWSLETTER – OCTOBER 2016
Well the September rain has played havoc with the plans of Aero Clubs and their events across several states. After all the hard work and efforts of the various members, Maryborough had to cancel their Wings and Wheels event and Kyneton has had to cancel their Air Show which a lot of flyers were really looking forward to. Continue reading “Throwback! – October 2016 Newsletter”