Especially helpful would be whether its better to visit on the saturday or the sunday? If all goes to plan, and the weather co-operates, I'll be flying in from the Gorey area.
Thanks for any help.
The fly-in is on Sunday 24th with all activity planned for this day. There will be some vintage cars, some food (private catering van I hear), some aircraft, some tales etc.
I expect the main hangar will be cleared mainly of aircraft to make a nice shelter for 'human-craft' and of course the tower will be open to all as a viewing platform cum 'talk'-room.
The field will have a meeting shortly to organise finer details but there are I think it is safe to say a few 'known' considerations. No fuel is available from the field (consideration is slowly turning towards mogas fuel provision with tanks with the right potential for approval already secured). There are on the other hand however no landing fees either.
If anyone wants further information or is diligently seeking PPR ring Peter Tawse on 0871255241
Sunday 20th September
Hosted by the Airfield Owner, Irish Aerosports Flying Club, Kilkenny Flying & Gliding Club, The Recreational Flying Club and the Private owners based on the field.
Just know it's going to be CAVOK!
I left a shopping bag with a bottle of C2H5OH (=Brandy ) against the fence at the base of the tower... If anyone finds it and can resist emptying it let me know and we'll sort out a reunification deal
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