Aviation on display at Kelowna Airport this weekend
Adam Proskiw - Reporter
The Kelowna Flying Club is holding their annual event this weekend designed to introduce young people to aviation.
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June 03, 2016 - 10:30 AM
KELOWNA – Kids nine to 17-years-old have a rare opportunity to learn about aviation and even go up in an airplane this weekend.
The Kelowna Flying Club is offering a day of aviation information at its annual Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Kids Aviation Program tomorrow, June 4, according to a media release.
Starting at 8 a.m. on Apron 3 at the Kelowna Airport, 6135 Airport Way, pilots will give a close-up look at aircraft on the ground, learn how to prepare a plane for takeoff and even take to the skies.
Registration for flights is full however the family-friendly event includes aviation exhibits, displays and activities as well.
Participating exhibitors include MedEvac, Search and Rescue, helicopters, charter aircraft, flight schools and the Air Cadets.
For more information on the event visit the Kelowna Flying Club website.
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