A pancake breakfast fundraiser has been slated for every Saturday and Sunday from April 6 to June 2 at the Ocean City Municipal Airport (OXB) in Maryland to help defray the costs of restoring the Huey Memorial display adjacent to the terminal building.
EAA Chapter 551′s Mark Priglmeier recently sent out an email blast with a review of the Twin Pines Resort Fly-in Review — with the headline “WOW!” More than 55 planes flew in — on ice — leading one attendee Dave Tannehill to dub it “Icekosh,” with a nod to the year’s biggest show in Oshkosh.
The Florida Sonex Association will hold its first Spring Sonex Fest fly-in on Saturday, April 13, at Zephyrhills Municipal Airport in Zephyrhills, Fla.
The Buckeye Air Fair 2013 is slated for Feb. 23 at Buckeye Municipal Airport (BXK) in Arizona.
It’s long been my contention that people are the magnet that makes airshows and aviation gatherings worth attending — not the aircraft themselves. Admittedly, I am in the minority with that opinion, but the idea seems to be re-enforced for me year after year. This year’s US Sport Aviation Expo in Sebring, Florida, was no exception.
Durant, Okla. — Take to the Skies AirFest takes off in a new location this year, Durant Regional Airport–Eaker Field (DUA), April 27.
The Sebing U.S. Sport Aviation Expo — considered the premiere Light-Sport Aircraft show in the country — takes off today, Jan. 17, and runs through Jan. 20. The show continues to get bigger and better each year. Look for a full recap of all the happenings at the show in posts to come, as well as the Feb. 8 print issue of General Aviation News.
Thursday, Jan. 17, has been designated “Year of the Cub Day” at the Sebring U.S. Sport Aviation Expo. All Cubs have been invited to participate, as honored guests. Pilots flying in that day will receive:
The Flying Musicians Association is gearing up for the first aviation event of 2012, the Sebring U.S. Sport Aviation Expo, held in Sebring, Fla., Jan. 17-20.