2017 High Desert Fly-In: Fly-In

Saturday, September 16 ■ 7 am to 12 noon ■ FREE

Saturday, September 16 ■ 7 am to 12 noon ■ FREE


  • Free Admission!

  • Parking: Free; Shuttles from parking lot to hangar provided by the Winslow Senior Center

  • Restrooms: Portable restrooms on site

  • More information for pilots here


  • Pancake Breakfast: Hosted by the Winslow Rotary Club from 7 to 9 am: $6 per person

  • HDFI Polo Shirts: Heather grey with embroidered logo: $20

  • 2016 Historical Airport Calendars: $5

On the Tarmac

  • Airplanes: General aviation planes and medical transport aircraft owned by Guardian Air and Aerocare

  • Automobiles: Show-and-Shine hosted by the Just Cruis’n Car Club with vintage automobiles and the Old Trails Museum's 1940 Seagraves fire truck

  • First Flights: Complimentary plane rides to introduce youngsters to aviation; parental release required

  • New Runway 4-22: Join us for the ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 am.

In the Hangar

  • Flying Fun Kids Area: This special section for kids will include Hands-On Activities provided by the Winslow Public Library (foam gliders, paper airplanes, Tri-Motor coloring pages, plus information on library programming for kids), a Celestron 16-inch telescope from the Winslow-Homolovi Observatory, and an interactive World Travel Map where kids of all ages can pin their favorite travel destinations.

  • Flying Through History Area: This section will include the Old Trails Museum exhibit Flying through History: The Winslow-Lindbergh Regional Airport; The Swamp Ghost and World War II exhibit; Historian Erik Berg talking about his writings and display of artifacts on aviation in the Southwest; Former Civil Air Patrol instructor Dale Mansfield talking about his display of WWI aircraft models

  • High Desert Silent Auction, 7 to 11 am: Bid on items donated by local individuals and businesses.

  • Homolovi Star Party: Go to Homolovi's Visitor Center Museum and Observatory around thirty minutes after sunset that evening for Homolovi's Star Party; Free with the cost of park entry

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