Arlington Fly-In Open And Running Through Sunday
July 11, 2007 — The 39th Northwest EAA Regional Fly-In is open and welcoming visitors from throughout the Northwest and beyond through Sunday, July 15, at Arlington Municipal Airport, Washington. This is EAA's largest regional fly-in event, and the second largest event overall behind AirVenture Oshkosh.
Highlights this year include Julie Clark and her T-34 in the fly-in's July 15 Salute to Veterans program; Eric Tucker's Columbia Aviation Safety Tour stop; Flying Heritage Vintage Planes; the Cascade Warbirds, great evening programs, a photo contest; daily air shows (including an evening air show on Saturday) and much more. A full slate of forums and workshops, exhibits, and air shows are also scheduled.
Attending from EAA in Oshkosh are Bob Warner, senior vice president; Ron Wagner, manager of field operations and sport pilot forum presenter; Karen Kryzaniak, risk management; and Chris Jovaag and Mary Liebhauser from EAA membership services. The EAA Homebuilt Aircraft Council's Doug Kelly, chairman, and Jack Dueck are also attending.
For more details about Arlington visit www.Arlingtonflyin.org.