The ambitious new Archerfield airport has nearly completed its renovations, and the attached ZSK showroom is already earning applause for its ingenious ferris wheel style lift.
“Archerfield was always a gem in the Tulagi region,” said Waterbank Travel. “Now it’s even better. Definitely worth a fly in or trip.”
Wright Field has had a complete makeover, and this one’s had the hand of a trusted aviation expert, Zoraslade Koru.
Known for his high quality and immersive aircraft, he has turned Wright Field into a major hub for traffic. Already operational, the airport now features a new layout and 60% more runway that can accommodate large aircraft.
No one interviewed for the piece was willing to talk about whether the redo was linked to rumors that Jeogut was expecting double the amount of adventure travelers for WW2 combat experiences, but Mr. Koru did say that there was a new ZSK craft in progress, and it wasn’t the P-47.
Check out the final stage here
ALongside Archerfield, the premier airfield in Tulagi, is a recent addition for combat planes (WW2),
WILLIAM WRIGHT JR MEMORIAL AIRFEILD, Decimo. The airfield has several tie downs for craft as large as ZSK’s B-17 as well as fighters too.
Anomaly tourists looking for new combat adventures are welcome.
A plane from the Sheriff’s Department was lost over Tulagi, and no sign of the patrol craft has been found. The plane, routinely used in traffic monitoring and aerial patrols over large areas without roads, carried a single deputy and had been tasked with flying over an area that has been dubbed Tri-C – a triangle of catnip growers and “nip labs.”
“We are doing what we can to find the craft,” a spokesperson told us, “but we will need help.”
One of our reporters from our Archerfield Field office (link at right) checked on the progress of the P-47 and came back with this report on the Archerfield Free Post.
People think that the Archerfield Free Post is only limited to runs in the Blake Sea or Tulagi, but they are everywhere, and are expanding (link). On this morning we talked with a crew at dawn that was doing its preflight.
“People think because we were started by a smuggler that we only deliver contraband,” explained a crewman on a morning Tulagi run, “that’s wrong. We deliver everything. Today we’re carrying 100 jumpy castles for Astral-Tek’s monthly party.”
We asked why AFP needs such fortified planes to handles its loads, and the pilot explained it. “It’s like a flying armored car. People have to know that if you try to take our jumpy castles you will go down in flames.”
“Who would take jumpy castles,” we asked.
“Um.. duh. EVERYONE.”
A Sheriff Department plane made an emergency landing after a draft of hot air affected its low altitude pass over a highway.
“We were already really low looking for speeders and as slow as we could go, so the air just dropped us too close to keep up.” The Sheriff Deputy told us. “It was a rural road and didn’t affect traffic. Thanks to our trusty ZSK Tomahawk we were back in the sky in minutes.”
The Archerfield Waterbank News Office (link under Big 7 at right) is reporting that ZSK is actively working on a project which has been dubbed “Snubbie.”
“Actually,” said an anonymous source that was in the Archerfield Maintenance Department told us, “Snubbie is my name for it. It’s the P-47, that monster of a classic fighter.”
Rumors are circulating that the fighter in construction is capable of bombs and ‘on the rail’ missiles as well as a fierce rate of climb.
“If you know ZSK planes,” WBA President Sketch Sun told us, “then you know that this won’t just be a classic warbird. This will be a deadly piece of art.”
ZSK planes are some of the highest rated planes in the world, and regularly win awards. The stock price on the WSE (link) rose sharply after the news.
A meeting of the Seaplane Enthusiasts Association at the Linden Chalet has brought together some unusual enthusiasts together.
“I looked up,” said the receptionist Bill, “and there was this bearded wild man with a Claw patch and a bear hat. I was at a loss so I just said ‘name?’ Then he said ‘Cooper, from Claw.”
Other guests, which included ZoraSlade Karu (link) and Joe Sparrow of Astral-Tek were amazed at the man.
“We had wine and cheese, and talked about the Fairey seaplane (link),” said Astral Tek’s Adrian Faulkwing. “It was a bit surreal. He kept on and on about how more seaplanes needed torpedos like the Fairey.”
Archerfield Airfield’s fire response is “top notch” according to one flight crew who came in with their engines hot.
“Let’s not candy-coat it,” said the pilot of the jet, “we were on fire. They saved our bacon. Literally.”
The ZSK jet was ferrying bacon from Jadu Airport when something flew into one engine, then the other, causing a fire.
“If they hadn’t been there we’d be toast. Toast with bacon.”
Airport Monthly has awarded Archerfield Airfield with another award, this time the “Airport of the Month” award for January 2018.
“There are soooooooo many airports,” said a AM staffer, “so getting to the top means your airport has something special.”
Asked whether the airfield was getting special treatment because of the Archerfield Free Post being based there the staffer denied it.
“No, it’s because it has two great fields, a shooting range, kangaroos, a Waterbank News office, a shopping center, a dock, and…” the staffer took a deep breath, “an aviation school, a dock, ZSK, and a possible royal connection to the Duke of Archer.”