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Heartland High Flyer

Over a span of almost 20 years from the mid 1960s to the mid 1980s, a diverse group of very focussed New Zealanders looked skywards and from nothing created and built a well respected North Island airline called Air Central.

The story reveals how the airline battled a chronic shortage of finance, rampant inflation, restrictive licensing regulations and a reluctance of the public to fly in a small aircraft yet grew to pioneer fast, frequent and reliable air links between provincial cities.


Bruce Gavin

Soft Cover 297x210mm

108 Pages

ISBN 0-473-11605-7