Moth Minor in turn 

Military Air Training Heritage Pty Ltd, proudly supported by the Benalla Aviation Museum, located at Benalla, Victoria, Australia, is dedicated to the display, operation and preservation of historic military training aircraft, and to education about aircraft in general and aviation history.  The company operates a CAC 'Winjeel', and a rare de Havilland DH-92 Moth 'Minor' (pictured above).  A Nanchang CJ-6A is operated by an allied company, Superior Air Adventures Pty Ltd.

 

ADVENTURE FLIGHTS 

Flights are available for the public from Benalla Airport in these wonderful machines; unique opportunities to experience historic aviation and the environment in which young military pilots learned to fly and fight. Adventure Flights are conducted under the approval of the Australian Warbirds Association Limited (AWAL).

Whether you are interested in historic aircraft or you are considering an Adventure Flight, you are most welcome to browse the site, in particular the Gallery where we are progressively posting images for your enjoyment.

Should you have any queries or wish to arrange an Adventure Flight, please contact us!  Also, for other attractions at Benalla, please visit visitbenalla.com.au .

 

AVIATION PUBLIC SPEAKING

Mark Carr, pilot and Sole Director of 'Mil Air', carries out Aviation Public Speaking in Victoria.  For a small fee and travel costs, Mark can present the story of his challenging, varied and lengthy career in military and airline aviation, and the wonderful aircraft that he has flown, in a humorous and informative manner along with imagery.  

Please contact Mark for further information.

 

Should you wish to ask about an Adventure Flight or Aviation Public Speaking, please email Mark Carr at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call 0448 114 148.  Mark will be pleased to answer any questions that you may have, and will advise available dates.  An Adventure Flight Gift Voucher can be emailed to you for printing and giving to a loved one!

Flights are subject to suitable weather conditions, aircraft serviceability, and maintenance requirements.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE AIRCRAFT USED ON OUR ADVENTURE FLIGHTS:

The design, manufacture and airworthiness of the aeroplane are not required to meet any standard recognised by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA); and
CASA does not require the aircraft to be operated to the same degree of safety as an aircraft on a commercial passenger flight; and
The Passenger flies in the aircraft at his or her own risk.

Your flight will be operated from the Benalla Aviation Museum at 1 Hangar Lane, Benalla Airport, Airport Drive (off Samaria Road) Benalla, Victoria, Australia.

If you are driving, turn into Airport Drive, continue past the Gliding Club of Victoria clubhouse which will be on your left, to the public toilet block straight ahead where there is ample parking.  Follow the fence around the tarmac to the Benalla Aviation Museum entrance.

Benalla is served by the Albury train service from Melbourne, which departs at 0705, 1205 and 1802 daily, arriving at Benalla about 2 1/2 hours later.  We can pick you up from Benalla railway station.

CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS:

Military Air Training Heritage Pty Ltd

561 Creighton's Creek Rd

Creighton's Creek VIC 3666, AUSTRALIA

REGISTERED OFFICE:

Military Air Training Heritage Pty Ltd

41 - 43 Railway St

Euroa VIC 3666, AUSTRALIA

You can use this interactive map to find us, and to even get driving directions.

COMPULSORY PASSENGER WARNING

 

  • THE DESIGN, MANUFACTURE AND AIRWORTHINESS OF THE AIRCRAFT ARE NOT REQUIRED TO MEET ANY STANDARD RECOGNIZED BY CASA.
  • CASA DOES NOT REQUIRE THE AIRCRAFT TO BE OPERATED TO THE SAME DEGREE OF SAFETY AS AN AIRCRAFT ON A COMMERCIAL PASSENGER FLIGHT.
  • THE PASSENGER FLIES IN THE AIRCRAFT AT HIS OR HER OWN RISK.

Aircraft in hangar

Aircraft takeoff

Aircraft nose