Oostwold airfield was created by the late Tom van der Meulen who started his flying business in 1958. This Super Cub was acquired in 1960. Its airworthiness lapsed in 1992, bur it was restored and re-registered in 2013, painted in historic colours and wearing the old legend Tom vliegt voor u (Tom fles for you).
Spitfire RR232 was temporarily painted as the aircraft of Wing Commander Arne Berg of the RAF's No 132 (Norwegian) Wing, who had his national markings added on the wings and rudder. Berg was killed in PV181 during a raid against Eelde (GRQ / EHGR), near here.
The Kitplanes for Africa Safari appeared as a kit or completed aircraft in two versions, certified to American LSA standard or with minor strengthening to European VLA standard. The company from Gauteng, South Africa, initially produced the Bushbaby which was based on the Denney Kitfox 4. The Safari is a larger aircraft overall of which development started in 2008.