Syndicates - NZ Warbirds

Syndicates

Whilst NZ Warbirds is the parent organisation, most Warbird aircraft are owned and operated by individual syndicates with new syndicates being formed regularly as aircraft become available, often still in flying condition or as part of a restoration project.  So if you are interested in aircraft ownership, syndication could be for you!

DHC-2 Beaver - NZ Warbirds

de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver

ZK-CKH

1/25 SHARE

Right to Fly shares currently available to approved purchasers. A well organised syndicate of 25 members.   Aircraft in excellent original condition. Recently repainted in RNZAF Antarctica colour scheme.

For further details contact Graeme Wood at beaverckh@gmail.com.

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Pacific Aerospace Corporation CT4

ZK-DGY

1/40 SHARE

 NZD $3000.00     +     NZD $50.00/month

Syndicate shares for sale.  Original CT4 prototype aircraft upgraded to CT4B specifications.  Well managed Warbird’s syndicate with affordable shares and monthly fee.  Minimum PPL 100 hours. Aircraft is Ardmore based.

Further details contact Wayne Thomas email wndndubai@gmail.com.

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Boeing Stearman Model 75

“Stearman 03” ZK-XAF

 

Tauranga based. Shares available to approved purchasers.

This aircraft operates under Part 115 for scenic flights in the Bay of Plenty.

Recently refurbished and a replacement engine installed. Great open cockpit flying.

$6750.00

For further details contact: enquire@classicflyersnz.com

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Victa Airtourer T-3A

ZK-XXI

 

Tauranga based. Shares available to approved purchasers.

A well organised entry into a flying group and basic aerobatic training.

$2500.00

For further details contact: enquire@classicflyersnz.com

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North American P-51-D Mustang

FOR SALE ZK-TAF

 

“First realistic offer secures”

Two seat conversion and currently certified for flying Part 115 Adventure flights in New Zealand.

1600 TT airframe, recent top overhaul of the engine, cooling system and prop overhaul recently complete. All airframe mods and inspections carried out.
Great avionics fit.

Hangared with NZ Warbirds Association, Ardmore, New Zealand.
Fantastic condition overall.

Further GENUINE enquires:

 

grahambethellnz@gmail.com.

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Yakovlov Yak-52

“Yak 718” ZK-YAC

 

Tauranga based. Shares available to approved purchasers.

Great step up into the warbird scene. Fun flying.

$4650.00

For further details contact: enquire@classicflyersnz.com

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North American T6 Harvard

NZ1066 ZK-ENE

 

Tauranga based. Shares available to approved purchasers.

Big tail-dragger – very satisfying aircraft to gain competency in and fly. This aircraft also operates under Part 115 for scenic flights in the Bay of Plenty.

$10,000.00

For further details contact: enquire@classicflyersnz.com

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North American T6 Harvard

NZ1078 ZK-ENG

 

Ardmore based. Shares available to approved purchasers.

A well run syndicate hangared with NZ Warbirds at Ardmore, with many experienced pilot syndicate members. ‘78’ is also part of the NZ Warbirds Roaring Forties team.

Pilot requirements are 50 hours tailwheel and 200 hours PIC needed.

$7,500 + $200 share transfer fee

For further details contact Mike Wood at mgmike@outlook.co.nz or Jeff Hunter at j.e.hunter@xtra.co.nz

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North American T6 Harvard

NZ1053 ZK-JJA

 

Shares available in this Ardmore based syndicate.

H53 is also hangared at NZ Warbirds at Ardmore and is part of the NZ Warbirds Roaring Forties team

Price is by negotiation with the syndicate or share-holder depending upon the status of the share.

For further details contact John Kelly at johnkelly@xtra.co.nz

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de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk Mk.22

WK551 ZK-SAX

 

Ardmore based. 1/25th share available.

A really well run and active syndicate, with the aircraft hangared at Ardmore with NZ Warbirds.

Engine was overhauled four years ago.

Pilot requirements are 10 hours tailwheel. No other restrictions.

$5,000 + $200 share transfer fee

For further details contact Mike Wood at mgmike@outlook.co.nz

You don’t have to be a pilot to own a share and ride in a Warbirds aircraft. Syndicate members are associated with one specific aircraft, ownership of the asset and decision making resides with the members of the syndicate. There is no restriction to the number syndicates a Warbirds member may join and some belong to several.

To join a syndicate contact the syndicate directly. They will explain their experience requirements, application to join procedure and financial arrangements.

Most syndicates include Flight Instructors who conduct type ratings, BFRs and aerobatic renewals as required.

  • What a birthday gift from my family. A stunning flight and my wife said my smile after climbing (clambering) out of the cockpit was to be seen. Gary my pilot was totally professional and made it all so enjoyable.

    Malcolm G June 2019

  • Wow, thats an amzing day full of discovery and nature. Loved the cruise! You guys rock.

    Mike McVey Gisborne NZ

  • Lovely cafe with a great view of all the planes taking off. The museum guides are super friendly and my son absolutely loves coming here. Highly recommended.

    Dianechen10 February 2020

  • Fantastic opportunity to get up close to some of the icons of New Zealand’s aviation history - with the majority being flyable examples. Knowable guides to fill in any gaps in your own knowledge. Topped off by an amazing scale model collection.

    MarkR986 October 2020

  • Interesting guided visit around the War Birds Facility, get up close to the war planes. Beautiful display. Would suggest combine with a visit to the Auckland Botanical Gardens. A Great Auckland Day Out.

    Sandra S February 2020

  • On the Ardmore Airport (the busiest airport in the southern hemisphere) are two hangers of war planes. I have lived nearby for years and the planes often fly over my house but I have never before visited the exhibition. They have a Spitfire, a P45 Mustang, a Skyhawk and many many more aircraft. Almost all of them still fly. I was fascinated by the pre-WWII planes. The beauty of the engineering is fascinating and there are not many places you can get so close to the planes. You can also pay to have a flight in many of he planes. That is something I am planning for later in the year. The staff were all very helpful and knowledgeable. I will be taking all my visitors there in future.

    Howard A January 2020

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