Breezy Point Aviation Days 2019
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Saturday, May 4, 2017
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Airport Traffic Advisories: 122.9
Don’t miss Breezy Point Airport Aviation Days 2019. Families, locals, visitors, plane enthusiasts, car enthusiasts, and everyone in between will come together to celebrate spring at Breezy Point Airport.
This event is completely free. There are no parking fees or landing fees. Free food and soft drinks will be available for all who attend. Last year over 1,000 people showed up to see 72 airplanes and 65 classic cars. This year is shaping up to be even bigger and better.
Pig Roast at Commander Bar Lot at 12 p.m.
Pilots & Friends Social | Aircraft Displays
Static Displays | Emergency Vehicles & Medi-Vac Helicopter
Classic Car Show | All Collector Cars Invited
Static displays only. No air show or aerobatics. Breezy Point Airport is a private airport. Pilots MUST call for permission and visit our website for a pilot briefing BEFORE landing.
For more information contact Cliff Muller at 218-838-3434.
Breezy Point Aviation Days 2018
Don’t miss Breezy Point Airport Aviation Days 2018. Families, locals, visitors, plane enthusiasts, car enthusiasts, and everyone in between will come together to celebrate spring at Breezy Point Airport.
Breezy Point Aviation Days 2017
Hundreds of people came out to enjoy Breezy Point Airport Aviation Days 2017. Families, locals, visitors, plane enthusiasts, car enthusiasts, and everyone in between came together to celebrate spring at Breezy Point Airport.
Thank you to all who helped make this Aviation Day celebration such a huge success. A special thank you goes out to Cliff Muller for his hard work and enthusiasm in organizing this event. We would also like to thank the Breezy Point Police department for sharing their great photos.
Breezy Point Aviation Days 2016
By: Dan Determan of the Pine Lakes Echo Journal
Residents and visitors attended the Breezy Point Airport’s annual Aviation Days celebration on Saturday, May 7.
Dozens of airplanes and a North Memorial helicopter landed at the airport for the crowd and were parked for display purposes. Many of them departed and landed and put on a show for the anticipated 1,000 people in attendance.
In addition, a car show of more than 60 vehicles was on location, and food was served for the crowd at no charge. Prizes were awarded to the top plane and top car.
See more photos and read the full story at the Pine Lakes Echo Journal website.