Second Annual Aerobats Helicopter Fly-in and Clinic June 24-25, 2006

Come join the Aerobats Flying Club the weekend of June 24-25 2006 to celebrate the arrival of the summer flying season. This is a chance to come out and fly, enjoy, get help with your helicopter, learn some new tricks and meet everyone. There are no pilot fees and food and drinks will be available at reasonable prices.

The Fly-in starts anytime after 9:00 a.m. and ends when it gets dark. Flying is on a wide open 600-foot grass runway surrounded by hay fields. No Open Flying until after 5pm Sunday. Anyone can join us. If you want to fly you need to have an AMA card.


Directions

Site: Aerobats Flying Club field – 7/10 of a mile north of Route 25 in Sacramento.

From the north - on I-81, exit 112, turn right (west) go 12 miles on Route 25, (just past Klinger Chevrolet) turn right on Mahantongo St.

Or from Sunbury, take Route 147 south to Mandata, then Route 225 to Berrysburg, then Route 25 east to Sacramento, turn left on Mahantongo St.

From the south – on I-81, exit 107, turn right (west) on Route 209, go 1 mi, turn right on Main St, go 2 mi to stop sign (W. Center St) turn left, go 4 mi, turn left on Schwenks Rd, go 2 mi to stop sign (Route 25) turn left, go ½ mi, turn right on Mahantongo St.

Or from Harrisburg, 322 west to Dauphin, then Route 147 or Route 225 north to Halifax, then Route 225 north thru Elizabethville to Berrysburg, then Route 25 east to Sacramento, turn left on Mahantongo St.



Last Year the we had 17 registered pilots who ripped up the sky!

Rudy Ackerman came from as far away as Texas. The Boys from Maryland http://www.baltimoreboyz.us
Really put on some show! Beresford Davis (Beast) gave a bunch a people a helping hand and Greg Alderman pleased the crowd with his Huge Turbine Heli!

To see some pictures of the event go to http://wilkes-fs1.wilkes.edu/~lipton/fly/
For more information contact Rob Lipton ~ rbl4@psu.edu (484-256-0614) or Joe Reiner ~ Grrrrrumpy@tds.net (570) 425-2782.