The flight breakfast tradition is strong at the Spencer Airport and is always well attended. Starting bright and early at 7:00 am until 11:00 am on Sunday, the breakfast features delicious pancakes and sausage, bright bold hot coffee, fresh orange juice, and smiles for miles to all who attend. more...
Free Air Show
Sunday, June 13, 2010, 10:30-Noon
Mike's dedication to competition aerobatics led to a coveted spot on the roster of the prestigious U.S. Advanced World Aerobatic Team. Placing in the top tier of both National and World competition events, Mike excels when demonstrating the pinpoint accuracy and thrilling performance of Unlimited Aerobatics. His style of high performance and visually dynamic maneuvers instill a level of exhilaration and inspiration to any air show or competition crowd.
Jon Melby first learned to fly at age 8, when he created a pile of leaves in his
Duluth, Minnesota lawn, climbed onto the roof of his 2 story home, and jumped like a
bird into the leaves! He has been hooked on flying ever since.
At the age of 12, he had the opportunity to meet the legendary airshow pilot Bob Hoover
at a local airshow. Bob Hoover’s sincerity and great personality gave Jon the inspiration
to pursue his dream of flying. When he was financially able, Jon made it a goal to
achieve his solo in a glider before his 16th birthday. In only 8 flights, he achieved his
goal by riding his bicycle 45 miles each hot Arizona July weekend to the nearest glider
A Salute to the Golden Age of Aviation . . .
Step back in time as Susan Dacy puts her 450 horsepower, Super Stearman, ‘Big Red’ through its paces with a dazzling display of barrel rolls, slow, slow rolls, Cuban eights, hammerhead turns, loops and much more, in a style reminiscent of the barnstorming era of flying.
Susan is one of only a few females performing airshows in a biplane, and is the only woman flying exhibition in the Super Stearman. Attending airshows as a child, Susan remembers being in awe of the big, loud, smoky biplanes. As a teenager, yearning to fly, Susan felt the only way to fly a Stearman was to have one of her own. At the family airport, located in Harvard, Illinois, Susan worked in the office, fueled planes, and eventually acquired a rebuildable Stearman Project. While in high school, every spare hour was spent restoring the aircraft, which she still owns and operates today.
EAA Young Eagles Flights
7 TO 10am (Children ages 7-17 fly free with parental consent) more...
The latest in new aircraft from Cirrus, Diamond, Cessna and avionics by Garman. Production airplanes, homebuilts, antique aircraft, military aircraft, and many other aviation and related exhibits. more...