The one-year anniversary of the the inaugural fly-in for the Southeast Aviators will be held Aug 27 at 11 a.m. at Donaldson Jet Center at Donaldson Field Airport (KGYH) in Greenville, S.C.
The Southeast Aviators (SEA) is a group of pilots and aviation enthusiasts who enjoy flying and helping other pilots.
While the expressed purpose for the SEA is to promote participation in general aviation and share information relating to general aviation and related fields, a second and equal purpose is to promote and advocate for minority pilot participation in general aviation and related careers, association officials note.
The agenda for the upcoming fly-in will contain various speakers to include an Aviation Medical Examiner (AME), who will discuss the upcoming changes to the third class medical, as well as an avionics installer to discuss options for complying with the upcoming ADS-B requirement.
There will also be static displays of various single and twin engine aircraft. The event is designed to be a good time for pilots as well as anyone interested in aviation.
SEA has partnered with The Mentoring and Leadership Development Institute (TMALDI) to provide food for the event. TMALDI is an organization dedicated to helping boys from homes headed by single mothers develop into confident productive young men.
Attendance for the event is free of charge. All funds raised from the sale of food will go to support TMALDI.
You can RSVP to the event here.