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Air Rally participants, 1990-1999
21st edition, 23 – 27 June 1990

26 aircraft for this years’ edition, with 11 UK entries representing 42% of the total, again providing the lion’s share of entrants. German participation stood at 6 aircraft, followed by Austrian and Swiss entries (3 each), 2 Greek (first seen in 1987) and one from the Netherlands.

Robin DR.400/180 Regent D-EFFF c/n 721
Beech V35S Bonanza D-EHMJ Winner, Concourse d’Elegance
Beech Bonanza D-EKRI  
Cessna 172N Skyhawk D-EOOG The Novice Trophy
Cessna 172 Skyhawk D-EUUG  
Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II D-GEPA c/n 3433041, pi N9120D. Winner, Spot Landing Competition Third place, overall Air Rally.
Piper PA-22-108 Colt G-ASSE Runner up, Flight Planning Competition and Concourse D’Elegance.
Piper PA39 Twin Comanche G-AYZE  
Cessna 310Q G-BBXL Winner, Longest Distance Flown.
Cessna FR182RG G-BJDI  
Piper PA-28-161 Cherokee Warrior G-BMKR  
Beech 58P Baron G-BNKL  
Cessna 182 Skylane II G-HUFF Overall Air Rally, and Highest Placed Single-engined aircraft section winner, Third place, Flight Planning & Concourse D’Elegance.
Mooney 205SE G-OMMC  
Robin DR400/160 G-TUKE  
Cessna 182 Skylane G-UJOI  
Cessna P210 Centurion II G-VMDE  
Cessna TR182 Skylane HB-CIC Third place Timed Section.
Piper PA-28-151 Cherokee Warrior HB-OQG Runner up, Timed Section. c/n 287415089, pi N9629
Piper PA-24-260 Commanche C HB-OTF c/n 24-4915, pi D-EHGM, N9410P. Winner, The Ladies Trophy.
R/Cessna F150L OE-ATV c/n F15001057.
Piper Cherokee 6 OE-DUE Third place, Overall Air Rally, Arrival competition.
Cessna 182 Skylane II OE-DVP Winner, Flight Planning.
Piper PA-32RT-300 Lance II PH-CBU c/n 32R-7985102, pi N2113Z. Runner up, Spot Landing Competition.
Mooney M20K-231 SX-AMO Winner, Most Sporting Entry.
SOCATA TB-20 Trinidad SX-ANL c/n 984, pi F-ODVX.

22nd edition, 29 June – 03 July 1991

Down from the 26 aircraft to 17 entries, the majority, 9 or 52.9% coming from Germany. Other entrants were two each from the UK and Austria, and single examples from Greece, Holland and Switzerland, as well as a US-registered aircraft. This, however, is likely to have been European-based.

Piper PA-28R-201T Turbo Arrow IV D-EEBL c/n 28R-8031065 pi N8158B
Robin DR.400/180 Regent D-EEGT c/n 1061
R/Cessna FR172H Rocket D-EEYJ c/n FR17200322S
Beech Bonanza D-EFTA  
Socata TB.10 Tobago D-EGKO  
Beech Bonanza D-EHMJ  
Socata TB.10 Tobago D-EJAN c/n 580
SAN Jodel DR.1050M Excellence D-EJEE c/n 487
Piper PA-34-220T Seneca II D-GNOM c/n 348233022 pi N8460K
Cessna Cutlass RG G-BHVC  
Cessna 182 G-BMIG  
Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee E HB-PCI c/n 28-5745 pi D-EEFU N3648R
Mooney MD20J N2135D  
Bolkow Junior OE-AMB  
Cessna Centurion OE-KKE  
R/Cessna F172P Skyhawk PH-DKF c/n F17202124 pi G-BJCE
Socata TB.10 Tobago SX-ANL c/n 984, pi F-ODVX

23rd edition, 27 - 31 June 1992

A slight increase to 19 aircraft, with the most interesting participant being a biz-jet, Learjet VR-CHY. Although it took part in the Rally, it was unable to compete.

Contrary to 1991, this year saw German participation down to just two aircraft, with British entrants climbing up to 8 aircraft, or just over 42%. There were two entries each from Austria, France, Holland, and another two US-registered aircraft, probably European-based.

Cessna 172RG Cutlass RGII D-EDEM c/n 172RG1142 pi ZS-LED N9376D
SAN Jodel DR.1050M Excellence D-EJEE c/n 487. Runner up Overall Air Rally competition.
Cessna 210E Centurion F-BMSE c/n 21058622 pi N4922U
Mooney M.20E Chaparral F-BVUM c/n 700032 pi F-OCRM
Robin DR.400/180 G-BDUY  
Robin DR.400/180 G-BFJZ Arrived on the 28th . Winner, Spot Landing Competition & Novice Trophy.
Robin DR.400/180 G-BRBL  
Piper PA-46 G-BSAB Arrived on the 28th . Winner, Longest Distance Flown.
Robin DR.400/180 G-BSDH  
Cessna 206 G-BSUE  
Cessna 412C G-FROZ Winner, Concours D’Elegance, Third place, Overall Air rally.
Piper PA-28-201 Cherokee G-VOID  
Cessna 210 Commanche N69SX C/n 00189 Had a small ‘e’ inserted between ‘S’ and ‘X’. Winner, Flight Planning.
Cessna 303 N2181W c/n 00050. Winner, Overall Air Rally, Timed Section and George Cross Competitions.
Socata TB.10 Tobago OE-DUS  
Cessna R182 Skylane RG OE-KHR c/n R18201844 pi N5257T
Piper PA-32R PH-CBU  
R/Cessna F172P Skyhawk PH-DKF c/n F17202124 pi G-BJCE.
Gates Learjet 31 VR-CHJ Tilling Associates Ltd. C/n 040. Took part in the Rally, but did not compete.


Piper Arrow III D-ENOX  
Beech 36JC F-GEJJ  
Robin DR400 G-HANS  

24th Edition, 26 - 30 June 1993

The following article, written by John Visanich, first appeared in the Malta Aviation Yearbook 1994, and is being reproduced with the author’s permission.

Park 4 at Luqa Airport was once again the venue on a June Saturday morning for the 24th edition of the International Air Rally of Malta (IARM), held from the 26th to the 30th of the month. This year the event attracted a modest 16 aircraft registered in Britain, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and the USA.*

As usual, arrivals this year were spread over two days. First aircraft in on Saturday morning 26 June was Piper Saratoga D-EHDL flown by H. Stock from Germany. Sunday brought in an seven-aircraft strong Swiss contingent, by far the largest group from that country to participate in the Malta Rally. The Swiss saved the day for the Rally, as they made up for 50 per cent of the arrivals. They carried away 10 trophies in the process; talk about Swiss precision!

From an aircraft enthusiast's point of view, there was not much to take your breath away this year. The rarest (for Malta) and most interesting aircraft was a 1991 AS202 Bravo registered in Switzerland as HB-HFZ, beautifully finished in overall red with yellow trim.

Other items of interest were a 1964 vintage Piper Aztec registered in Germany as D-IBOV and a 1968 Beechcraft Baron registered in UK as G-ASOH.

For the first time in the Rally's 24-year history, a female entrant carried off the Maltese Falcon. The lady was none other than 23-year old Eva Gautschi of Switzerland who piloted Bravo HB-HFZ to Malta, accompanied by her parents. Miss Gautschi also carried off the Arrival Trophy, the Ladies Trophy, and came first runner-up in the Timed Section Competition. Runner-up and third placed in the Overall were Ludwig Kamiander of Austria and Peter Paulsen of Germany respectively.

* Webmaster’s note: The low turnout was caused by the “letters of invitation” being lost in the Christmas mail rush, a mistake which has not been repeated since.

Piper PA-32R-301T Saratoga D-EHDL c/n 32R-8229035
Beechcraft F33A Bonanza D-EIZQ Gunter Hofmann. Winner, Spot Landing Competition. c/n CE-1093.
Piper PA-23-250C Aztec D-IBOV Peter Paulsen. Winner of Timed Section Competition, George Cross Competition & Longest Distance Flown. Third place, Air Rally overall competition & Flight Planning Competition. c/n 27-2591.
Beechcraft 95-B55A Baron G-ASOH c/n TC-656
Cessna 172P HB-CJR Arrived on the 27th. c/n 74303
Cessna 182P Skylane HB-CKB Rene Klarer Winner, Novice Trophy, Runner-Up Flight Planning Competition. Arrived on the 27th. c/n 0021/63933.
Beechcraft A36 Bonanza HB-EWU Third place, Timed Section Competition. Haraid Rauch Arrived on the 27th. c/n E-854.
FFA AS.202/18A2 Bravo HB-HFZ Eva Gautschi. Winner, Overall Air Rally, Arrivals Competition & Ladies Trophy. Runner-up, Timed Section Competition. Arrived on the 27th. C/n 237
Piper PA-34-220T Seneca HB-LRY Runner-Up Concours D’Elegance. Urs Zurcher. Arrived on the 27th. C/n 3433132
Piper PA-28-18OF Cherokee HB-OHX c/n 28-7105220
Rockwell Commander 112 HB-NCB Third place Arrival Competition. Roger Frei. Arrived on the 27th. C/n 165
Piper PA-28RT-201 Arrow IV HB-PIX Hans Peter Rohner. Winner Concours D’Elegance. Arrived on the 27th. C/n 28R-7918100.
Cessna 182 Skylane N8O8RM  
Piper PA-34 Seneca N2965R Arrived on the 27th.
Cessna R.182 Skylane RG OE-KHR Robert Nemec Winner Flight Planning Competition. Runner-Up Arrival Competition. c/n 01844
SOCATA TB-10 Tobago OE-DUS Ludwig Kamiander Runner-Up in Spot Landing Competition & Air Rally Overall Competition. Third place Concours D’Elegance. c/n 113

25th Edition, 02 - 06 July 1994

The following article, written by John Visanich, first appeared in the Malta Aviation Yearbook 1994, and is being reproduced with the author’s permission.

The 1994 International Air Rally of Malta thankfully marked its 25th Anniversary with a steep upward turn in participation. Park 4 at Luqa saw the arrival of no less than 39 light aircraft on Saturday and Sunday, July 2 and 3, out of an expected 44. Quite a success considering that the 1993 rally had a very poor 16 aircraft turn out.

Heaviest participation came from the UK with 21 aircraft, followed by Austria with six, Germany with four, France, Italy and Switzerland with two each and one aircraft each registered in Holland and USA.

Unfortunately the days when the enthusiast could expect one or two exotic types seem to have gone forever, with all aircraft being mostly common Beech, Cessna, Piper and Robin types. Relatively rare for Malta was a Piper Malibu Mirage, while a tiny two-seater Bolkow Junior was definitely this author's favourite.

The silver jubilee activities included a one-day international convention with the theme "European General Aviation towards the Year 2000". Held on July 4 at Malta International Airport, the convention discussed issues related to the light aviation scene, with papers presented by experts from Malta and Europe.

Overall winner of the 1994 rally was Austrian Manfred Manfreda flying Bonanza OE-KMZ. An impressive win in the Arrival Competition, scoring 698 out of a possible 700 points, secured the Maltese Falcon trophy for Mr Manfreda. Runner up was Klaus Brinkmann whose Bonanza D-EHMJ also won him the Concours D'Elegance, followed in third place by Richard Brucciani in Robin DR.400/180 G-BSDH.

The Aero Club Competition was won by the Sherburn Aero Club, UK, with the British Airways Flying Club, UK, being runner-up.

Beechcraft B35 Bonanza D-EHMJ c/n D-7879. Concours D'Elegance Winner, Klaus Brinkmann.
Cessna FR.172K Hawk XPI 1 D-EFBP Peter Landgraf. Winner, Longest Distance Flown Competition and Runner-Up Arrival Competition. Arrived on 3rd July. FR172-0064.
Cessna 182Q Skylane 11 D-EFSV 67470
Mooney M.20K D-EJWG 25-0400
CEA DR.250/160 Capitaine F-BMZT Michel Blondeau, Third place, Concours D'Elegance. Arrived on 3rd July. 3
Piper PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage F-GKIC Raymond Capel. Runner-Up Concours D'Elegance. 4622051, pi N927DC, N91631.
Cessna 182J Skylane G-ATTD Janet Griggs. Winner Novice Trophy. Arrived on 3rd July. 57229.
Cessna 182R Skylane 11 G-RFAB c/n 182-67888. Timed Section Competition Winner, James Reynolds.
Cessna T.21ON Turbo Centurion II G-BSGT 0020/63361
Cessna T.31OR G-GREN Arrived on 3rd July. 31OR-1282.
Reims/Cessna F.337G Super Skymaster 11 G-BFGH Peter Fitzpatrick. Third place Arrival Competition. c/n 0081/01754.
Mooney M.20E Chapparal G-ATOU Jonathan Wilkinson. Runner-Up Flight Planning Competition. c/n 961.
Mooney M.20J G-BKMB 24-1307
Piper PA-28-151 Cherokee Warrior G-BOTI 28-7515251 Arrived on 3rd July.
Piper PA-28-161 Cherokee Warrior 11 G-BIUW 28-8116128
Piper PA-28-161 Cherokee Warrior II G-BNNZ 28-8016177
Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee G-BGTJ 28-7405083
Piper PA-28-181 Cherokee Archer II G-BJAG Kenneth Hudson. Third place Flight Planning Competition. c/n 28-7990353.
Piper PA-28-200 Cherokee Arrow G-BMJG 28R-35046. Arrived on 3rd July.
Piper PA-28R-201T Cherokee Arrow III G-BFTC Ray Holt. Winner Flight Planning Competition. c/n 28R-7803197.
Piper PA-32R-301 Saratoga SP G-HIHI 32R-13012
Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II G-DCEA Arrived on 3rd July. 34-8070079.
Robin HR.100/210 Safari G-BGTP 188
Robin DR.400/125 Petit Prince G-BAEM 728
Robin DR.400/180 Regent G-BAMV Elizabeth Anderson. Winner Ladies Trophy. c/n 777.
Robin DR.400/180 G-BSDH Richard Brucciani. Third place Overall Air Rally Competition. Arrived on 3rd July. c/n 1980.
SOCATA TB.10 Tobago G-GOLF Barry Bain. Runner-Up, Spot landing Competition. c/n 250.
Piper PA-28-180E Cherokee HB-PCI 28-5745 0
Rockwell 112 HB-NCB Juerg Frei Winner George Cross Competition. c/n 165.
Beechcraft 35-C33 Debonair I-ALBA CD-876, 01.7
Beechcraft 95-B55 Baron I-ELBA TC-1291
Piper PA-28RT-201 Cherokee Arrow IV N292OF Heimut Anhalt. Runner-Up Timed Section Competition. c/n 28R-7931257.
Beechcraft A36 Bonanza OE-KMZ Manfred Manfreda. Winner, Overall Air Rally and Arrival Competition. c/n E-1505.
Bolkow BO.208C Junior OE-AMB 597
Cessna R.182 Skylane RG OE-KHR 01844
Cessna T.21OL Turbo Centurion II OE-DGP c/n 60102. Timed Section Competition Third place, Josef Lenz.
Piper PA-32R-301T Saratoga SP OE-KMU 32R-8229046
SOCATA TB.10 Tobago OE-DUS c/n 113. Most Sporting Entry Winner, Ludwig Kamiander.
Piper PA-32RT-300 Lance PH-CBU 32R-7985102 Arrived on 3rd July.

26th Edition, 01 – 05 July 1995

Regrettably, after the encouraging 39-aircraft turn out for the 1994 edition, participation this year fell to a low of 14 aircraft.

Highest number came from the UK, four aircraft, with two examples from Austria and Germany. Another two aircraft (Europe-based) carried a US-registration, with single examples from France, Italy and the Netherlands.

From an aircraft point of view, the most interesting type would have been the Czech designed, Austrian-registered Orlican L-40 Meta-Sokol, quite a rare type in this type of the world.

Rockwell Commander 114 D-EJLT A.Gutbrod. Arrived on 02 July.
Mooney 20 D-EJWG H.Heine
Piper PA-46 Malibu F-GOSE c/n 4608010, pi N770MR, N146DS, G-DODS, N9100N. F. Biondeau. Arrived on 02 July.
Avion Robin DR400/160 Knight G-BAMS L. Rodger
Piper PA-32 Cherokee Six G-HIHI P.Crewe
Piper PA-34 Seneca G-JANN E. Lomax
SOCATA TB20 Trinidad G-OALD T. Brymer. Arrived on 02 July.
Rockwell Commander 112 HB-NCB J. Frei
Beechcraft 55 Baron I-ELBA G. Bongarzoni
Cessna 210 Centurion N7346P D. Williams
Mooney 20 N2135D K. Rother
Orlican L-40 Meta-Sokol OE-DAM M. Janu
Cessna 182 Skywagon OE-KHR R. Nemeu
SOCATA TB10 Tobago PH-RCV M. Ven-nunt

27th edition, 1996

This is not a complete list.

Piper PA-39 Twin Comanche C/R F-GCTF 39-54, G-AZMW, (D-GMWB) N8897Y
Beech 58 Baron F-GFAU TH-1281 N1829D
Mooney M.20K Model 252 TSE F-GHBJ 25-1127
Piper PA-46-310P Malibu F-GOSE 4608010 N770MR, N146DS G-DODS N9100N
Stoddard-Hamilton Glasair RG HB-YEA 750
HOAC DV-20 Katana OE-ADA 20150
28th Edition, 28 – 29 June 1997

This list may not be complete.

Beech B24R Sierra D-EBNK G.Graesel. Winner, Spot Landing and Third Place, Arrival Competitions.
Piper PA-28 Cherokee D-EFGK H.Bonn . Runner up, Arival Competition.
Piper PA-28 Cherokee D-EHFF W.Klautzsch. Winner, Air Rally Overall Competition.
Beechcraft 33 D-EKRI Departure on 02.07 not confirmed.
Grumman-American AG-5B Tiger D-EROG  
Partenavia P.68 D-GANA R.Janiak. Third Place, Concours D’Elegance
Piper PA-34 Seneca D-GOAC H.Seidenspinner. Third Place, Timed Section
Avion Robin DR250/160 Capitiaine F-BMZT c/n 3 M.Blondeau. Third Place, Timed Section Competition.
Piper PA-28R-201 Cherokee Arrow F-GAPF c/n 28R-7737064, pi N9504N. M.Blanc. Winner, Flight Planning Competition
Beechcraft 95-B55 Baron F-GHAR c/n TC-2307, pi N6734G.
Avion Robin DR400 F-GBAN J. C. Lasauniere. Winner, George Crodd Competition.
Piper PA-30 Twin Comanche G-AXAU Departure on 02.07 not confirmed.
Piper PA-28R-201T Cherokee Arrow III G-BFTC c/n 28R-7803197. N.Petty Winner of the Arrival and Llongest distance Flown Competition.
Piper PA-34 Seneca G-BTGV C. Brooks. Winner, Most Sporting Entry.
Piper PA-32 Cherokee Six G-HIHI P.C.Crewe. Runner up Spot Landing, and Third Place in the Air rally Overall and Flight Planning Competition
Cessna 421 Golden Eagle C G-TREC Departure on 02.07 not confirmed.
Beechcraft 55 I-ELBA G.Bongarzoni. Runner up in the light Planning and Concours D’Elegance
Orlican L-40 Meta-Sokol OE-DAM M.Janu. Winner of the Concours D’Elegance.
Cessna 182 Skylane OE-KHR  
Cessna 210 Centurion OO-TPA D.Collen. Winner, Timed Section and runner up, Air Rally Overall Competitions.
Zlin 142 OM-UNO Departure on 02.07 not confirmed.
SOCATA TB20 Trinidad SX-ATG G.Benecos. Winner, The Novice Trophy.
29th Edition, 27 June – 01 July 1998

Twenty-one participants flew in, a quarter of which were British. Another three from Germany, as well as three aircraft from Turkey. Two examples each from Austria, France, Malta and The Netherlands, and single examples from Finland and Greece.

Mooney 20 9H-ACJ Silvair
Piper PA-28 Cherokee 9H-ABW Bee Gee Aviation. Winner, Spot Landing Competition.
Mooney 20 D-EJWG H. Heinreich
Socata TB20 Trinidad D-EVIS B. Friedenberg Winner overall Air Rally. Runner up, Arrivals competition. Arrived on the 28th.
Piper PA-34 Seneca D-GOAC H. Seidenspinner. Winner, Goerge Cross Competition, Third Place, Flight Planning .
Beechcraft 95-B55 Baron F-GHAR A. Peronnet. Runner up in the Overall Air Rally, Spot Landing Competition and Timed Section Competition. Arrived on the 28th. c/n TC-2307, pi N6734G.
Avion Robin DR250/160 Capitaine F-GRSP C. Renvier Third place, Timed Section Competition. Arrived on the 28th. c/n 13, pi OO-BOY.
Piper PA-32 Cherokee Six G-BFTC N. Petty
Socata TB20 Trinidad G-BTEK D. Fagan. Third Place, Concourse D’Elegance.
Piper PA-34 Seneca G-BTGV C. Brooks, Runner up, Flight planning Competition. Arrived on the 28th.
Piper PA-46 Malibu G-HYHY P. Crewe. Runner up, Concourse D’Elegance, Third place, Overall Air Rally. Arrived on the 28th.
Beechcraft 55 G-OLYD I. G. Lloyd. Winner, Flight Planning Competition and Concourse D’Elegance.
HOAV DV20 Katana OE-ADA L. Kamiander. C/n 20150.
Diamond DA-20-A1 Katana OE-AKY G. Kubat. Winner Most Sporting Entry. C/n 10059, pi N199DA.
Piper PA-28 Cherokee OH-PJX R. Nordlund. Winner, Longest Distance Flown & Arrival Competitions.
Piper PA-32 Cherokee Six PH-CBU D. de Beer
Piper PA-28 Cherokee PH-DRT T. Gouwerok. Third place, Arrival Competition.
Socata TB20 Trinidad SX-ATG G. Benecos. Winner, Timed Section Competition.
Beech T34A Mentor TC-IHL T. Kulac
Cessna 172 Skyhawk TC-AHU D. Agirbas
Socata TB20 Trinidad TC-ETO S. Simsek

30th Edition, 26 – 30 June 1999

Another increase in participation over the previous year, with 28 entrants, eleven of whom were British. This was followed by a respectable six-strong contingent from France, and four from Germany. Helping to vary the registration prefixes were two examples from Luxombourg, and single entries from Austria, Italy, Greece, Malta and a US-registered Mooney.

Interesting aircarft seen were two UK-registered Beagle Pups, and the Luxembourg-registered Cerva CE-43 Guepard, a 1070s French design.

Piper PA-28 Cherokee 9H-ABW Bee Gee Aviation. Winner, Spot Landing Competition, Third Place, Overall Air Rally, joint Third Place with OE-KHR, Timed Section Competition.
Beech B24R Sierra D-EBNK G. Graesel
Grumman-American AG-5B Tiger D-EROG R. Freund
Mooney 20 D-EAAE H. Bienek. Winner, Arrival Competition, Runner up, Concours D’Elegance
Piper PA-34 Seneca D-GOAC H. Seidenspinner. Winner in Concours D’Elegance and George Cross Competitions, and Runner up in the Air Rally Overall and Arrival Competitions.
Avion Robin DR250/160 Capitiaine F-BMZT c/n 3. M. Biondeau. Third Place, Flight Planning Competition.
Avion Robin DR400/180 Regent F-GMKJ c/n 2210. F. Vanasse. Winner, The Novice Trophy.
Beechcraft P35 Bonanza F-BASF c/n D-7077, pi F-OBSF, N9548YP. Chatelier
Reims/Cessna 172 Skyhawk F-GDIX c/n 2162. P. Bouteiller
Piper PA-28R-201 Cherokee Arrow F-GAPF c/n 28R-7737064, pi N9504N. M. Blanc. Runner up, Spot Landing Competition.
Piper PA-28-236 Dakota F-GJIH c/n 28-8111060, pi D-ENIH, N8365D. B. P. F. Marbach. Winner, Most Sporting Entry.
Cessna 180 Skywagon G-ATTD J. Griggs
Beagle B.121 Pup G-AXNR J. R. Clegg
Beagle B.121 Pup G-AZCY D. J. Deas
Piper PA-28 Cherokee G-BFTC N. Petty
Piper PA-28 Cherokee G-BNGT J. Berry
Avion Robin DR400 G-BSDH R. Brucciani. Winner, Longest Distance Flown.
Piper PA-46 Malibu G-HYHY P. Crewe. Winner in both the Air Rally Overall, and Timed Section Competitions.
Avion Robin DR400 G-JBDH A. D. T. Clark. Winner, The Ladies Trophy, Runner up, Flight Planning Competition.
Piper PA-32 Cherokee Six G-OCPF K. W. M. Sprague
Beechcraft 55 G-OLYD I. G. Lloyd. Winner, Flight Planning Competition, Third Place, Concours D’Elegance.
Piper PA-28 Cherokee G-RADI G. S. Foster. Third Place Arrival Competition.
Beechcraft 55 I-ELBA G. Bongarzoni. Carried “Air One” livery and colours. Runner up, Timed Section Competition.
Cerva CE-43 Guepard LX-ACD J. Talon
Beechcraft 33 LX-ARA P. Reichert
Mooney 20 N909RM C. O'Connell
Cessna 182 Skywagon OE-KHR R. D. Nemec. Joint Third Place with 9H-ABW, Timed Section competition.
SOCATA TB20 Trinidad SX-ATG G. Benecos

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