MOTAT oral history interview with Winston 'Bill' Mackley

Bill Mackley, Interviewee;  Bill Rayner, Interviewer; 

31 May 2004
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Maker and Role
Bill Mackley, Interviewee
Bill Rayner, Interviewer
Production Date
31 May 2004
Oral history interview with Bill Mackley covering his work as a pilot for NAC (National Airways Corporation) flying in the Pacific and New Zealand. Covers Douglas DC3, Short Sunderland, Lockheed Electra aircraft, routes flown, NAC relations with Tasman Empire Airways Ltd (TEAL), service during World War, 1939-1945 and involvement with Air Safety League.
Physical Description
2 sound cassettes (ca.110 minutes) : analog.
Current Rights
All rights reserved
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Credit Line
Bill Mackley et al. 31 May 2004. MOTAT oral history interview with Winston 'Bill' Mackley, 06-1305. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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