2007 Avalon Airshow

March 29, 2007 at 7:55 am 2 comments

This one is in Australia.  I’ve never been down under, but I’m thinking this would be a great time to plan a trip.  It’s Fall down there, so I’m thinking tickets might be a bit cheaper (feel free to confirm this conjecture).  I found lots of blog entries about the show.  Finally, I’ve found some good pictures to share, here on Air Show Buzz, and one of the members there has a few more posted here.


Entry filed under: Airshows, aviation.

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  • 1. singlepilot.net » 2007 Avalon Airshow  |  March 29, 2007 at 8:55 am

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  • 2. Erik Hogan  |  March 30, 2007 at 2:06 am

    If you’re ever in NZ around easter, Classic Fighters is a great airshow to go to, you’ll never see a larger selection of WW1 fighters anywhere in the world and theres a few particularly rare WW2 aircraft as well.


    The Avalon airshow looks fantastic though, i’d love to see a Wirraway and a Eurocopter Tiger. Got to see an F-111 doing a fuel dump at the Wanaka airshow last year, that was incredible.


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