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Wind, rain clip Wings over Wairarapa

Aerial displays compensate for air festival's run of misfortune.

Harvard II NZ1098 taking off to attack the airfield at Wings over Wairarapa. Photo: Grant Newman.

Grant Newman Fri, 01 Dec 2023

The hard-working management team running the Wings over Wairarapa (WoW) Air Festival cannot seem to get a break. This year the team hoped to end the run of misfortune – previous airshows were curtailed due to Covid-19 and Cyclone Gabrielle. But a Roaring Forties weather bomb put paid to that.

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Grant Newman Fri, 01 Dec 2023
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