These products support the operation of the Tasmanian Aviation Historical Society.
The books are available for collection from Hangar 17, Western Junction, Tasmania (from our supporter Launceston Distillery), or we will post them to you. Please choose either “Local Pickup” or “Postage” at the Checkout.
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“The Flying Bug”
A Complete Diary with photographs of pioneer Tasmanian Helicopter Pilot John Elson Stanwix (1932 – 2014)
Limited Edition – 200 copies
Published July 2021
A4 size, 198 pages
Hobart – Queensland: 100+ Photographs, many in colour
Fixed Wing Pilot & Helicopter Pilot, Licensed Aircraft Engineer
Employed in many fields, including: Antarctic service, National Mapping Aust-PNG, Ansett-ANA, HEC, Police Dept, RAN, RAAF, Army
Plus description of many other involvements & ‘adventures’
John became a Flight Captain, a Flight Manager, a Flight Training Officer and a Director of Bell Helicopters QLD.
Discover more about the TAHS Project with Ralph King and Gwen Hardstaff to publish the diaries of captain John E. Stanwix
“The Forgotten Giant of Australian Aviation” by Peter Yule
From the pioneering days of civil aviation in Tasmania by Victor and Ivan Holyman, the book tells the full story of Australian National Airways.
Hard cover, 317 pages.
Published by Hyland House Publishing Pty, 2001
Included with the book, is a copy of “From Farm Boy to Airline Manager, F. Kay of ANA” by Judy Bowles, which tells the story of Fred Kay, the first General Manager of the merged Ansett-ANA