In 2014, thanks to the wonderful co-operation of many people, his airmail flight was re-enacted - the most spectacular such event in Australia - and on a shoestring budget - details of the budget, and our total finances, are here
The records of Maurice's time in Australia are finalised, and we hope to put permanent records of his activities in relevant places.
Formal sales are over, but a considerable amount of material is left over.e flight is on sale, and the highlight is postcards 1, 2, 3, 4 and 1785, which are part of unique packages that make them highly desirable for people interested both in philately and Australian aviation history. For each $70 we receive we will be able to put a small commemorative plaque inside a building at each the places at which Guillaux made history in 1914.
section for information..... so far we have installed plaques at
Wangaratta and Benalla Aero Clubs, Harden High School and Harden
Historical Society Museum, and AAMB Bankstown
French pilot Maurice Guillaux was in Australia for 203 days in 1914. He was one of Australia's great aviation pioneers:
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Tom Lockley, secretary, Airmail Centenary Commemoration Group, AHSA (NSW) inc