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Land of Enchantment Fly In at Double Eagle, Albuquerque

Saturday, August 29, 2015
08:00am -


Contact - Joyce Woods This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Location - Albuquerque, NM (KAEG) Double Eagle

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The 25th annual Land of Enchantment Fly InAugust 29, 7am – 3pm.  

Double Eagle II Airport (KAEG), Albuquerque, New Mexico   


Aviation fun for kids of all ages!  Stroll the flight line of amateur built, production, and vintage aircraft from all over the state . . . and beyond.  Airplanes!  Helicopters!  Gliders!  Light sport!  Remote Control A/C!  Military and Classic Automobiles! Exhibit Hall, Fly-Mart, Builder’s Corner, Youth Aviator Center. Pancakes and Burgers!  Register your aircraft for judging!  


Expect an appearance of the Chile Flight (RV formation team), the P-26 from the Lobo Wing of the Commemorative Air Force and classic cars of the Bombardiers car club. William Dubois will display his speed record setting Ercoupe – read about it here.


FAA WINGS Safety Seminars:

8:30    Recreational and Back Country Flying in New Mexico by Steve Summers, NMDOT Aviation Director and Larry Filener, Chair of NMPA’s Recreational Aviation Committee. The New Mexico Pilots Association and NMDOT Aviation Division will share progress on establishing a coalition of state and federal agencies, organizations, and landowners to plan, preserve, develop, operate, and maintain a network of airstrips in New Mexico. Resources available, safety considerations, and positive impact on NM general aviation will be discussed. The NM Airstrip Network is modeled after Idaho's successful effort.


10:00   Beyond the Briefing:  What You Should Teach Your Flying Companions  by William Dubois, a pilot who attended a recent Rio Grande Norte 99s Flying Companion Seminar.   Afterward, he wrote: “Every pilot should take a Ninety-Nines Flying Companion Seminar. We go to great lengths to learn all we can about flying: Aerodynamics, aeronautical navigation, aircraft systems, FAA regulations, radio communication, and weight and balance. We attend seminars on weather, airspace, mountain flight, emergencies, and more. But how many of us have ever taken a seminar to help us learn more about the most important thing in the airplane? Our loved ones.”  Read the rest of William's delightful blog post, at


Free meal for fly-in pilots!  See attached poster and see our website for details on judging categories, schedule, and exhibitors.


Joyce Woods

Albuquerque EAA Chapter 179

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Location - Albuquerque, NM (KAEG) Double Eagle