Simsbury Fly-In

The 26th annual Simsbury Fly-In was held on Sept 18, 2011 at the Simsbury Airport. This is a great event and opportunity to see all kinds of small and light aircraft. Among the aircrafts are homebuilts, antiques, classics, small warbirds and of course production models. This is the largest event of it's kind in New England.

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Taken: 18/09/2011
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Updated: 25/06/2014


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