May 15 - Trey and Brandi’s hangar at Fairview airport, 11AM pot luck.
FOR FLYERS: Fairview Airport (7ts0) is about three miles NE of Rhome, and four miles West of Propwash Airport. The 17/35 nice green runway is 2500 feet.
For Drivers: From I-35W go west on 407 to the red light just over the railroad tracks in Justin. Take a left and go south to the next red light. Take a right (still 407) and go west about eight miles as you enjoy the many curves. There is a Dillavou Lane sign on the right side of the road. Take a left to the Hayden’s hangar.
Hello to all,
Its another year and bound to be better than 2020. I’m optimistic that soon we can resume our lives as before. At the present we have stopped holding our monthly meetings and will be deciding soon when we can start up again.
We will continue with the news letter containing pictures from previous meetings and if you have any old pictures of the group please send them to my email so we can include them in future issues.
Hope to see you all soon.
57th Annual Fly-In News
It was a beautiful weekend for the 57th Annual TXAAA Fly-In in Gainesville, TX! Please enjoy this wonderful video of the event from FunPlacesToFly.com.
The Texas Chapter of the Antique Airplane Association is incorporated in the State of Texas as a non-profit corporation. We meet each month for a social gathering at members' locations and provide a forum for those who love old planes. We also hold a Fly-In on the second Friday and Saturday in October each year, which the public and other aviation enthusiasts can attend. We are dedicated to "Keep the Antiques Flying."
Summer Gathering of Aviation Enthusiasts
Good eating at a chapter event Photos courtesy R.B. Ramsey and G.R. Dennis Price