FURIO Fantastic

FURIO Fantastic

July 23, 2018 By Paul Southwick
AOPA PILOT AUSTRALIA was invited to fly the Furio from Ardmore (NZAR), Auckland’s equivalent of Bankstown or Moorabbin, and an airport the editor flew from for 15 years. Keeping the Kiwi licence current suddenly seemed like a good investment.
There is no ATC service at Ardmore, just a UNICOM. Being close to Auckland International, pilots need to be sure of airspace restrictions and the multiple Class C ...This content...

There is no ATC service at Ardmore, just a UNICOM. Being close to Auckland International, pilots need to be sure of airspace restrictions and the multiple Class C ...

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Paul Southwick

Paul M Southwick is the editor of AOPA PILOT Australia magazine and a world-leading aviation journalist. From a flying family, his father was a RNZAF pilot in WWII. Based in Melbourne, Paul learnt to fly in New Zealand on a Cessna 152 and holds New Zealand, Australian and US licences. He has flown and tested scores of types, and specialises in telling readers what it actually feels like to fly a particular aircraft. Currently Paul is flying a Cirrus SR22.

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