Sunday, June 02, 2013

Pancake Fly-in at Kline Kill Airport (NY1), Ghent, New York

David Lee/Hudson-Catskill Newspapers 
Coming in for breakfast 

Airplanes of many vintages lined both sides of the runway at the Kline Kill airport on Saturday morning for the semi-annual pancake breakfast fly-in.

Posted: Sunday, June 2, 2013 12:30 am 
By David Lee,  Hudson-Catskill Newspapers

GHENT — Saturday morning brought the semi-annual KlineKill Airport Fly-in Pancake Breakfast. 

The sky was bright and clear and airplanes flew in and out all morning. 

The Kline Kill airport hosts a pancake breakfast twice each year, in the spring and fall. The fall edition will happen on September 14. 

The airport is the home of Chapter 146 of the Experimental Aircraft Association. 

Many of the pilots who attended the event found out about it by looking at the EAA calendar which posts many such things.

Story and Photos:

David Lee/Hudson-Catskill Newspapers 
1947 quality

 Brad Harris flew in from Nyack in this polished aluminum 1947 Cessna 140 that he and his father have been restoring since 1999. Before that it was owned by his grandfather who purchased it from the original owner. His goal is to make it like it had just come out of the factory.

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