FLY-IN


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FLY-INFlying Eagle and Indian Head Cent Collectors Club
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Options will include small fly-ins and pancake breakfasts to the large, name-brand events, and everything in between.
Every year, the staging of the Al Khor Fly-in is improving, and audience participation is steadily growing; this year, the number of visitors and participants has increased.
Legislative fly-ins provide SPI members an opportunity to meet one-on-one with their representatives or senators.
The IES fly-in occurred over the course of three days, April 29 to May 1, 2014.
The airport is private, and permission is required before landing here, but the community holds fly-ins once or twice each year, welcoming other aviation enthusiasts from around the country.
Their longer term plans are to set up a Canada Customs CANPASS system to accommodate American fly-in visitors and they are seriously contemplating lengthening their 4,000-foot paved runway by an extra 1,000 feet to handle executive jets.
The North Island fly-in was added to resolve conflict and try to make everyone happy in both locations.
We've tackled icing, skirted thunderstorms, mixed it up with jets at major airports, shot ILS approaches to minimums and attended fly-ins on grass strips, all with equal aplomb.
Prior to arrival, all fly-in advocates receive an itinerary with an outline of the issues, along with talking points and position papers.
More than 100 members can rent one of five planes and often convene for fly-ins to the club's 35-foot sailboat moored in Avalon.
We have to make ourselves attractive to the fly-in community.
To sign up and find out more about participating in this fly-in, contact Tyler Roberts in FEI's Washington, D.