FUEL INSTALLATION INFO

YES WE HAVE

!!! AVGAS - AVGAS - AVGAS -AVGAS - AVGAS !!!


Follow instructions on Terminal.

When getting Fuel multiply your quantity by $2.40 for amount required or you will end up doing the card thing again. Example 60 Litres = $145.00

Please sign book in box.

Also if wanting a receipt do this pretty much after hose returned to holder.

When Fueling be careful of Splash back. It's brand new and pumps pretty quick.

PUT THINGS BACK AS YOU FIND THEM.

I have seen people not winding the hose up when finished. If you do this consistantly I will be speaking to you as I can see you 24/7 (recorded) you will be paying for any damage incured. This facility is owned by the Stratford Aero Club Sport Flyers and not by any Fuel Company.

Treat it with respect it deserves or lose it.

!!! DAYLIGHT HOURS ONLY !!!

Remember no Landing Fee's and uncontrolled Airspace.

Thanks for choosing SD (Stratford) as your Fueling stop

Sealing round the pumps has been completed and is ready to use. Until grass grows take care when going from Grass to Seal use the 45 degree approach method.

!!!! RAANZ Fly-in Feb 17,18,19th FEB 2018 !!!!
(Recreational Aircraft Association of New Zealand)

STANDBY for Action info re whats what coming soon.







Friday, July 1, 2016

Something from the RAANZ Neews Letter.

Worth a read as this may affect your insurance if they can prove standard Procedures were not followed.

Many of us will have called a ‘non-standard’ tum once airborne, for reasons of convenience, weather or traffic but our recent discussions with CAA are a timely reminder that this is not a permitted action. Sticking to the published procedures is about predictability; aircraft should be in predictable places in the circuit to enhance traffic awareness when pilots are busy and under pressure, especially for those who are inexperienced, unfamiliar, or not current. 

If a pilot's decision to vacate or join the circuit in such a way causes any element of conflict with other traffic, it will be a difficult position to defend. Think about your local aerodrome and the way pilots use the airspace. if there is someone who is operating outside the standard. published operating procedures, have a yarn to them and see if they are aware of it. Discuss the implications of their actions on other airspace users. The locals may understand local rules but a visiting pilot may he confused.

http://raanz.org.nz/recpilot/RecPilot%20issue%20108.pdf

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