A visit to Tauranga usually produces something of interest and today was no exception. Gyrocopters were to the fore and included our only Aero Sport Kahu ZK-RCP from Auckland and Cavalon ZK-ZGG from Hamilton.
Also present was the locally based R44 ZK-HDV, as well as Brantly B2B ZK-INK, which has rarely been seen outside. It was sold to a Wellington owner in January but still remains at Tauranga.
Lastly from Gisborne was Tecnam P2002 ZK-SCD, which hasnt featured on this blog before.