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Old December 21st 03, 09:53 PM
w b evans
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Default whats a good place to find fly-in schedules

Every year the time gets away from me and I seem to miss certain fly-ins in
my tristate area. Where are most of these posted?
Can anyone help?
Thanks
walt evans
NX140DL


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Old December 21st 03, 10:51 PM
Errol Groff
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I don't have an answer as to where a list might be posted but I do
wonder where your tri-state area is.

NY, NJ CT? Perhaps Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri?

A hint might be helpful.

Errol Groff
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On Sun, 21 Dec 2003 21:53:22 GMT, "w b evans"
wrote:

Every year the time gets away from me and I seem to miss certain fly-ins in
my tristate area. Where are most of these posted?
Can anyone help?
Thanks
walt evans
NX140DL


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Old December 22nd 03, 05:18 AM
Joe
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Doug Reeves keeps an RV fly-in schedule at http://www.vansairforce.net/.

You might also check with you local FBO for local fly-ins as local groups
tend to hold their fly-ins about the same time each year.

One other source is your local EAA chapter. You can get the email address
from the EAA website. Just type in http://www.eaa.org/chapters/default.asp.
At the top of the page click on Locate a Chapter.

Joe
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Every year the time gets away from me and I seem to miss certain fly-ins

in
my tristate area. Where are most of these posted?
Can anyone help?
Thanks
walt evans
NX140DL




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Old December 22nd 03, 05:46 AM
StellaStar
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I seem to miss certain fly-ins in
my tristate area.


Each state likely has an aviation division in its transportation department.
Start with www.state.xx.us and replace the xx with the 2-letter designator for
your state.

Then fish around for DOT, transportation or aviation...there's likely to be a
search window. No guarantees the state will be keeping track of things like
flyins, but many do try to offer info for the use of pilots.
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Old December 22nd 03, 06:45 AM
RR Urban
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"w b evans" wrote:

Every year the time gets away from me and I seem to miss certain fly-ins in
my tristate area. Where are most of these posted?
Can anyone help?
Thanks
walt evans
NX140DL


I don't have an answer as to where a list might be posted but I do
wonder where your tri-state area is.

NY, NJ CT? Perhaps Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri?

A hint might be helpful.

Errol Groff

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Old December 22nd 03, 12:00 PM
Scott
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http://www.flyins.com/

Sign up for their E-Mail list and you can select your areas of interest and
they will automatically email the fly in dates to you...

Scott
http://corbenflyer.tripod.com
Building RV-4
Gotta Fly or Gonna Die


"w b evans" wrote in message
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Every year the time gets away from me and I seem to miss certain fly-ins

in
my tristate area. Where are most of these posted?
Can anyone help?
Thanks
walt evans
NX140DL




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Old December 22nd 03, 09:31 PM
w b evans
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Scott and all,
Thanks, I'll give those leads a try.

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walt evans
NX140DL


"Scott" wrote in message
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http://www.flyins.com/

Sign up for their E-Mail list and you can select your areas of interest

and
they will automatically email the fly in dates to you...

Scott
http://corbenflyer.tripod.com
Building RV-4
Gotta Fly or Gonna Die


"w b evans" wrote in message
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Every year the time gets away from me and I seem to miss certain fly-ins

in
my tristate area. Where are most of these posted?
Can anyone help?
Thanks
walt evans
NX140DL






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Old December 23rd 03, 04:45 PM
Cy Galley
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Another good place is the "Event's Calendar" http://www.eaa.org/events/ on
the www.eaa.org website. Here event organizers and well as event searchers
can enter or get fly-in dates and location.
--
Cy Galley
Editor, EAA Safety Programs
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"w b evans" wrote in message
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Scott and all,
Thanks, I'll give those leads a try.

--
walt evans
NX140DL


"Scott" wrote in message
...
http://www.flyins.com/

Sign up for their E-Mail list and you can select your areas of interest

and
they will automatically email the fly in dates to you...

Scott
http://corbenflyer.tripod.com
Building RV-4
Gotta Fly or Gonna Die


"w b evans" wrote in message
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Every year the time gets away from me and I seem to miss certain

fly-ins
in
my tristate area. Where are most of these posted?
Can anyone help?
Thanks
walt evans
NX140DL








 




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