Registration now open for 2018 IAOPA World Assembly
from IAOPA, Ian Andrews president, AOPA New Zealand
AOPA New Zealand started life as the Kittyhawk Flying Club in 1969, adopted the AOPA banner in 1978 before joining IAOPA in 1985. It has an active membership totaling just over 1,000 members and not only organizes regular fly-ins that can attract 100 planes, but also plays an active and leading role in advocating for the pilot's rights with our Government regulator.
New Zealand is a country with a proud history of flight and has played its part in aviation activities throughout the world in both the civil and military arenas. We are a country with a population of just 4.5 million but have an aircraft register with over 4,700 aircraft including 870 helicopters.
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