Film Night at the Airways Museum
Film Night

Historical aviation films from the Civil Aviation Historical Society's archive will be shown in our final Film Night for 2019 at the Airways Museum.

What day? Friday 6 September, 2019
What time? Museum open from 6.30pm, films start 7.30pm
What films?

Time to Survive

W.A. Police Force doco. Simulates the procedures required in the event of a crash landing of an aircraft (B727) at Perth Airport and subsequent fire. All Services involved. Reminds us a little of early Homicide TV shows and production values. All forms of transport of the time shown in the period of this undated film. Cars, ambulances, fire engines.

20 minutes, B&W

Aeeronautical Telecommunications (1957)

An overview of the fixed and mobile aeronautical telecommunications network in a typical area of the world. Good footage of various airliners of the period, including a Boeing Stratocruiser. Very relevant to the Airways Museum's core themes.

B+W 23 minutes.


Beef by Air (1950s)

The story of the Air Beef scheme in Western Australia's Kimberley region. Plenty of action with ANA Bristol Freighters at Glenroy Station.

10 minutes, B&W

RAAF Pilot Training (1955)

Covers many RAAF aircraft in a fast moving extravaganza from Tiger Moth to Sabre jet.

20 minutes, B+W

How much?

CAHS Members - free

Non-members - entry by gold coin donation

Free tea and coffee provided


Bookings not required (Note: Our auditorium only has 40 seats - first come, first served!).


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