Flippie Vermeulen explains what it is like to fly this historic aircraft.

When I sold ZS-NTE to Peter Adrian it was on the condition I should assist with the delivery flight from Rand Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, to Zweibrücken in Germany and help with the maintenance and flight operations in Europe for as long as the aircraft remained on the South African register, which, of course, I gladly agreed to. What we didn’t know was that it was going to be a challenge getting the aeroplane registered in Europe and, two-and-a-half years later, it is still on the South African register and, yes, I am still flying ZS-NTE in Europe.

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