Fly In set to draw big crowd

AVIATION enthusiasts will flock to the Clifton Airfield next month for the Annual Fly In.

On March 11, pilots from all corners of south-east Queensland will park their aircrafts in the field for all to admire.

Chief flying instructor Trevor Bange said the event was open to the general public, with no admission fee.

"That's the beauty of it, the people are not restrained behind fences, but can physically come in and talk to pilots," Mr Bunge said.

"A lot of pilots have built their own aircraft, so it's an opportunity for people to come and chat to them about that."

The event runs from 8am to 2pm.


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