It is our desire to offer the finest pilot experience of any fly in.

Always remember, any number of wings are welcome at the National Biplane Fly In!

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Schedule of Events for the 2018 National Biplane Fly In

Thursday, May 31

Early Arrivals - Pilot Shuttle available to and from area motels.

6:00 pm - Everyone welcome to join together for dinner at the La Fiesta, 503 E Chestnut St, Junction City, KS 66441.


Friday, June 1

Arrivals all day - Pilot Shuttle available to and from area motels.

NOON to 3 pm,  Fly Out Big Meal, hay rack ride and Trap Shooting at Jim and Debby Clark's Prairie Cottage airport, 8KS8, 11 nm SW of 3JC, course 223˚. 

6:00 pm - Pilots Pizza Feed and evening flying on the beautiful grass runways of Freeman Field.


Saturday, June 2

Public day with Aircraft arrivals and flying all day.  Pilot Shuttle available to and from area motels.

7:00 am - 10:00 am,  Pancake Feed by Chris Cakes

8:00 am - 4:30 pm,  Registered Pilots & Crew Hospitality Tent open on the Flight Line with free drinks for Registered Pilots and Guests.

9:00 am - 1:00 pm,  Aircraft judging, please register your aircraft.

                 Vendors will be serving lunch and treats on the ramp.

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm,  Ice Cream Social for Pilots and Crew at the Pilot Hospitality Tent.

3:30 pm -  Aircraft & Pilot awards at the Pilot Hospitality Tent.

6:30 pm -  Fly In wrap party at EAA Hangar and Jim & Debby Clark's hangar.


Sunday, June 3

6:30 - 9:00 am - Continental Breakfast available in the terminal building for departing pilots and guests.

Come Drag your tail on the beautiful grass runways of 
Freeman Field, 3JC,  Junction City, Kansas

The weather was FANTASTIC at the 2017 National Biplane Fly In

 Pilots flew to Kansas from as far as Washington State and Florida to attend.

  • Don Thun, Midwest Aviation Photography
    Don Thun, Midwest Aviation Photography
Don Thun, Midwest Aviation Photography
Don Thun, Midwest Aviation Photography

Slide Show photos courtesy of Don Thun, Midwest Aviation Photography