44th Annual Arlington Fly-In Offers Unique Attractions
July 12, 2012 - The 44th annual Arlington Fly-In, which is now underway and runs until Sunday, July 15, at the Arlington Municipal Airport in Washington, once again offers visitors a wide variety of activities and displays to enjoy this weekend. Biplane rides, an expanded LSA display, a 1933 Stinson Model O, the Flying Heritage Collection on display, and B-17 Sentimental Journey flights are featured attractions at this year's show.
This fly-in also hosts the largest military weapons and vehicle display in the Pacific Northwest, including Vietnam River Patrol Boats that are open to public boarding. On Saturday, July 14, attendees can enjoy an expanded car show and a hot-air balloon glow display just before 8 p.m.
Joining the Arlington Fly-In once again this year is the West Coast Cherokee Association Fly-In.
Tickets for the Arlington Fly-In may still be purchased online for a discounted price. Children 15 and under are free, but must be accompanied by an adult. Admission on Sunday, July 15, is free for all who wish to attend.
For more information, visit the Arlington Fly-In website.