Hundreds of airplanes and thousands of people, including more than 1,000 grade school students, attended the 2020 Copperstate Fly-In, held in conjunction with the Buckeye Air Fair Feb. 6-9 at Buckeye Municipal Airport (KBXK) in Arizona.
According to Glenn Brasch, the man behind Airport Courtesy Cars who sent in these photos from the fly-in, the show was larger than last year. While the final results will take two to three weeks, it is rumored that Copperstate is now the third largest fly-in in the U.S., behind AirVenture and SUN ‘n FUN, he added.
Admission to the show was free and several vendor presentations and workshops were also available for free.
The event included a food court, live band, daily air shows, an AeroMart and several balloons at sunrise on Sunday were included. Camping was also available in a nice newly laid out campground.