Rain or shine, AOPA's sixteenth annual Fly-In and Open House will be the place to be this Saturday for all things GA.
With a full day of educational safety seminars, plus special talks from AOPA President Phil Boyer and aviation humorist Rod Machado, you'll have plenty of opportunities to get out of the sun or duck in from some summer showers.
And be sure to bring a future pilot to hear Erik Lindbergh (grandson of Charles Lindbergh) discuss the new Project Pilot program and what it takes to learn to become a pilot.
Plus you can get an up-close-and-personal look at more than 50 of the latest GA aircraft, including classics, light sport aircraft, business jets, helicopters, and a glider. Of course, AOPA's 2006 Sweepstakes Cherokee Six airplane will be featured - it arrived safe and sound earlier this week.
If you need to update or upgrade your pilot gear, more than 100 aviation exhibitors will be on hand to help you get up to speed on the latest gadgets and accessories.
June 1, 2006