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28 September 2015
Wet start for North Shore Air
While the rain held off for the arrival of North Shore Air's first scheduled flight from North Shore to Tauranga this morning the aircraft, Piper Navajo ZK-JGA, still got wet. The Tauranga Airport Fire Service gave ZK-JGA a water canon salute to welcome the twice daily service to the Bay of Plenty from the North Shore. The first flight was flown under the command of Daryl Williamson and Andrew Underwood.
The new air service offers Tauranga business and leisure passengers a quick and easy air link that avoids the hassle of negotiating Auckland rush hour traffic. It is an innovative idea but the challenge will be getting it into the psyche of travellers from both centres. The airline is also offering a daily North Shore to Kerikeri service.
Posted by Steve L at 11:26 AM