Follow instructions on Terminal.

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.


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.


Remember no Landing Fee's and uncontrolled Airspace.

Thanks for choosing SD (Stratford) as your Fueling stop

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Sat the 10th was warm overcasty Showers/rainy like.

Al was out doing some Bushing maintenance on RSR and as it was not raining we went for a fly about the place..

Man handling RSR out of it's nice warm Burrow.

On the taxi for Rwy-09 Air Con on.

Mmmm a bit of Whizzer work reqd on the cross bar lights same on other side.

Stopped going Brown at the Mo due the rain we been having.

Arron the Aerodrome Farmer was able to get another Silage cut last week hence heaps of Suppositories nicely stacked round the place..

Also makes the Aerodrome Stand out as can see it for miles.

Another light needs a bit of work.

Big new Chook Farm going up between Midhurst and Stratford

Approach & Overshoot Rwy-01 Norfolk Road.

Some of the Chaps were about.

Cloud base was around 2000 foot most of the time.

Ferndene Field with Quarry behind.

Some interesting places out there this one with a very slick looking Turret.

Looking Eastish a bit misty like.

Back torwards the Mountain.

Capt Farr doing the Piloty thing.

Al checking the on coming rain from the East.

and here it comes this was post 3 minutes after landing.

RSR getting some Loving from Al with a good rub down and polish.

Oh yeah really set in now.

Oh the Port and the Sugar Loaf Islands and Paritutu Rock through the Mist.

That's it for Sunday.

Thursday was Club night for the 

New machines were Brian's plan built Slinky for a 25cc I think it was.

Looks great.

Ross had his replacement Extra on display as well at 80 inch a tad a smaller than his previous machine but still takes up a lot of room. Running a 45 Petrol.

Now remember be like them.

That's it.

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