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Annual Lone Eagle Fly In

The annual Lone Eagle Fly In on Sunday 9th June proved to be very popular once again with around 40 aircraft and plenty of spectators.

With a foggy start to the day some aircraft held a holding pattern to the north of the airfield until conditions improved. By 8.20 am all aircraft were landing and pilots were making their way to a hot bacon and egg roll breakfast in the hangar.

It was great to see a good selection of aircraft including the 1935 Waco bi-plane, a Chipmunk, Pitts S2, Yak 18, Super Stol, Cirrus and a variety of Cessnas and Pipers.

The relaxed event in the perfect Queenland winter weather was a great day for aviators and aviation enthusiasts alike.

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