Love airplanes and breakfast? The Augusta Municipal Airport is holding a fly-in from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
The airport is planning the event to educate the public on the airport, its mission in the community and to have fun, said airport manager Lloyd Partin.
Among the aircraft on display will be the Commemorative Air Force’s UC-78 Bamboo Bomber and PT-13 World War II training aircraft.
Depending on weather and pilot availability, the Experimental Aircraft Association plan to give young people free airplane rides.
The Augusta Lions Club is hosting the fly-in breakfast and lunch. All proceeds will go toward the club’s projects.
The airport also is sponsoring the Federal Aviation Administration’s Wings program presented by the staff from the Wichita FAA Flight Standards office and Air Traffic Control.
The program, which begins at 10 a.m., will address aircraft re-registration and include an airspace and communication review.