Monday, June 02, 2014

5th Annual National Biplane Fly In is This Weekend at Freeman Field Airport (3JC), Junction City, Kansas

Junction City residents will begin seeing more biplanes in the skies starting Thursday.

Biplanes will begin flying into Freeman Field in Junction City for the 5th Annual National Biplane Fly In Thursday.

The event will kick off for the public Saturday at Freeman Airfield according to Connie Hall, Geary County CVB Director.

“Start the day off at 7 a.m. with a pancake feed, and then the airplanes are going to be on the field, there’s other things, there’s a hamburger picnic going on and all types of stuff,” Hall said.

A total of 12 awards will also be presented to the biplanes and pilots. Award categories include antique open cockpit, antique cabin, classic open cockpit, and iron butt, the pilot that flies the furthest to the event.


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