Wellington branch - Monthly meeting & presentation on Early Aviation History in Wellington

SPEAKERS: Charles Davis
SUBJECT: Early Aviation History in Wellington
TIME: 5:30pm for 6:00pm start
VENUE: National SCOUT Centre, Level 1, 1 Kaiwharawhara Road, Wellington (opposite Spotlight)

This month 5:30 for 6:00pm start on Thursday 24 October the Wellington Branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society has a presentation "Early aviation history in Wellington" by Charles Davis.

The Wellington Aero Club has its 90th anniversary this year. The talk will give an overview of aviation history in Wellington leading up to the formation of the Aero Club in 1929. Some of the key moments of the early 1930s will be discussed. The fuller history of the Wellington Aero Club is currently being researched and will be a topic for later talks.

Charles is the immediate Past President of Wellington Aero Club and has been flying for over 30 years including a number of warbird aircraft. He is currently researching and recording the history of the Wellington Aero Club.
Charles is a Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon specialising in Paediatric Craniofacial Surgery and reconstruction of the skull base and face.

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