The Tasmanian Aviation Historical Society celebrates Launceston's history as a hub for innovation

Clancy Balen
By Clancy Balen
Updated July 2 2022 - 9:11am, first published 9:00am
RAAF pilot Bill Mattes, flight lieutenant Steve Murray, Lindsay Millar OAM, retired wing commander Stuart Bryce, and group captain Mac Cottrell at the Tas Aviation Historical Society aviation seminar at Launceston Church Grammar School. Picture: Phillip Biggs

Launceston may be known for its good food, great wine, and heritage streetscapes, but for the Tasmanian Aviation Historical Society, Launceston is a home for Australian aviation.

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