Tennessee EAA Steam Plant Fly-In slated

EAA Chapter 1343 and GTO Aviation are hosting a Tennessee Valley Regional Fly-In and Expo on Saturday June 23, at Sumner County Regional Airport (M33) in Gallatin. This all-day event will feature a pancake breakfast, live music, catered lunch, displays, vendors, educational sessions and plenty of airplanes.

In honor of the “very useful landmark” two miles south of the extended centerline of runway 17, the event has been dubbed the Tennessee EAA Steam Plant Fly-In, organizers said.

Gates open at 8 am for a pancake breakfast. Vendors and displays will be ready by 9 am. Several manufacturers representing both Part 23 and LSA category aircraft will be on hand, as well as avionics, aircraft finishing, and more. Confirmed manufacturers in attendance include Cessna, Cirrus, Cubcrafters, Arion Aircraft, and World Aircraft Co

In addition there will be information on learning to fly and representatives from EAA and AOPA on hand to answer questions. Planes will around to view all day, with a mix of Warbirds, trikes, experimental and certificated models. Biplane rides will be available for purchase.

At noon, a catered lunch will be offered for purchase accompanied by live music by Flyte Three. Late morning and early afternoon will feature educational sessions.

A fuel discount will be available for all EAA members who fly in.

Admission and parking — for both planes and ground vehicles — is free.

For more information: 1343.EAAChapter.org


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