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Only one M-3B Falcon Major, pictured here, was registered in New Zealand. It crashed at Rongotai Airport, Wellington, 19 February 1936, killing its pilot, Squadron Leader M C McGregor of Palmerstson North. Union Airways was a subsidary of the Union Steamship Company, which started flying out of Palmerston North in 1936, using DH86 airliners. Union Airways later amalgamated and became the National Airways Corporation of New Zealand

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2009N_Av100_TRA_2291
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Miles Falcon, Union Airways, Milson Airport
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Public Photograph Collection Av 100
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Coolstore

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Palmerston North
Date
1935

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Palmerston North City Library

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