During the second weekend in March, at Wings Over the Rockies, this aviation affair thrills plane lovers and flight ... More
Rocky Mountain Air Fair
During the second weekend in March, at Wings Over the Rockies, this aviation affair thrills plane lovers and flight aficionados. There are more than 100 booths offering aviation products and services. If you are interested in learning to fly, a number of flying schools are ready with information and can sign you up for classes on the spot. There are also continuous seminars on flight, and guest speakers discuss aviation history. Children can explore Fantasy of Flight, which consists of 12 hands-on learning stations, including aircraft instruments, making a plane fly, weather, down drafts and more. Admission is free. See website for complete yearly particulars.
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