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C. T. P. Ulm flew to New Zealand from Australia in an Avro-built Fokker, called "Faith in Australia", 3 December 1933. Accompanying Ulm on this inaugural flight were his wife Mrs Ulm and his secretary Miss K. Rogers, who were the first two women to fly the Tasman. The plane visited Palmerston North on the 10th and 24th of January 1934.

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2014N_Av76_009534
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Avro Ten, ‘Faith in Australia’, Bi-Plane
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Public Photograph Collection Av 76
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Coolstore

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Milson Airport, Palmerston North
Date
1934

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Palmerston North City Library

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