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Back by popular demand for 2022 MAA’s…

Coffee and Donuts Fly-In Series   (9-11AM)
1. April 9 (rain date 10)-Waterville (KWVL)
2. May 21 (rain-date 22nd) Norridgewock (KOWK)
3. June-25 (rain-date 26) Lincoln (KLRG) Fly-In and Camp-Out with Cessna180-185 Northeast Fly-In
4. July 16 with YE at 11AM (rain-date 17th) Brunswick Executive Airport (KBXM)
5. August-13 Twitchell’s (3B5)
6. September 17 (no rain-date) Belfast (KBST)
7. October-Bethel (OB1) TBA
The locations that are not yet scheduled will be either pop-up dates or assigned a specific (weekend) at a later time…

JUNE Highlight event…
June 11: Old Town (KOLD)-1st annual Wings and Wheels Fly-In (rain-date June 12)
Be the Match is working with Danny Dunn who has cancer and needs a match for a bone marrow transplant.

As a MAA member you receive on-going updates via e-mail of current events. Stay tuned for further information on these pop-up coffee dates and other events throughout New England and beyond. What not a MAA member-Go to the membership page and join today!





Here are just some of the events we partook in 2021. Stay tuned for more events, and programs from your MAA and the other aviation organizations from Maine and beyond…

Contact Lisa at lisacub503@yahoo.com
August 13-15, 2021
Here is the information on the Loring Days Fly-In. If you are planning on flying in read the Landing Permit form below.  This permit covers all who are flying in this weekend. All you have to do is please read it, carefully! Also, see airport diagram below for (airplane) camping and parking directions. CAP will be there flying all weekend. The power parachute group will also be flying Friday evening and early Saturday. Look out for everyone! This is an exciting opportunity to be at this former SAC station and land on this 2.3 mile runway, and we thank all of those who have made this possible!! We (Lisa & Steve) will be arriving Saturday morning, and camping out that night.
Landing Permission Form Loring

1. Look over your landing area for animals, people or vehicles
2. Be aware of other traffic (CAP/Power Parachutes)
3. Bring your own tie-downs
4. Food truck for lunch (burgers and such) on Sunday
5. CAP will also be doing breakfast Sunday morning
6. No (aviation repair) services or fuel at the airport. Caribou and Presque Isle have these services.
7. Ignore the “X” on the runway for this weekend only (Friday-Saturday-Sunday)
8. Limited security. There is no fence around this massive facility or the runway (see #1)
9. VFR daylight landings ONLY. No VASI lights. Unicom freq. is 123.00
10. Runways 01/19. Left hand traffic and 01 is the calm wind runway.
11. Bring food and water. Water at Loring is NOT potable.
12. Bathroom facilities (see airport diagram below) 
AUG 14-15
LORING DAYS at the Museum…
Come celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Desert Storm/Shield with the…
Loring Air Museum
Loring International Airport-Limestone, ME
Saturday 8-4 and Sunday 9-2
The Airport
Loring International Airport (ME16) or (LIZ)
12,101 long by 300 feet wide
Unicom: 123.0
 Loring Days | Facebook

The red area has been mowed and we can push the planes back onto the grass to tie down and camp under the wing. The green area would work well for day visitors airplane parking. The blue area would work well for food vendors. The yellow circle to the southwest has 2 bathrooms and running water.

Additional info
Bunker Inn
The Inn at 17 Virginia Place, Limestone ME 04750; 207-325-6072 has rooms. The rate is about $75 a night. There is a conference/training room that can hold about 25 to 30 individuals. 


Eastport Municipal Airport (KEPM) Runway 33 & 15 will be closed for reconstruction beginning May 3 2021. Construction will be completed sometime late summer. Check NOTAMS for details.
The Lincoln Regional Airport (KLRG) reconstruction is slated to begin on 4/26/21—completion is expected around mid-August. The seaplane base will remain open during the project.
The Wiscasset Municipal Airport (KIWI) airport project is expected to begin in mid to late July through August. Stay tuned for further details. And, remember always check NOTAMS!

Great turn-out on a unseasonably warm April day yesterday (April 10) with 20+ airplanes. Thanks to all who braved the warm weather and clear skies to fly (and drive) to the Wiscasset Airport for the 1st in a series of these Coffee (and donuts) Fly-Ins. If you missed this one we have 6 more of these monthly fly-ins. Next one is at Millinocket in May. Stay tuned for the pop-up date. Thanks again for playing it safe and making this a fun and successful coffee break! These events are from 9-11AM. 


APRIL-Wiscasset (KIWI) (we will aim for the 10 or 11th)
MAY-Millinocket (KMLT)
JUNE-Pittsfield (2B7)
JULY-Tibs Field or Eastern Slopes-Fryeburg (tentative)
AUGUST-Biddeford (B10)
SEPTEMBER-Chase Memorial Airfield Dover-Foxcroft (44B)
OCTOBER-Sugarloaf Regional Airport-Carrabassett Valley (B21) 

Here we are–year two and still dealing with the coronavirus in our personal and aviation worlds. As things start to open up a bit, here at MAA we are hard at work keeping the pilot community educated, informed and entertained during these continued uncertain times. The good news is that fly-ins and safety seminars are starting to appear on the horizon. MAA has created monthly Coffee Fly-In’s at different airport hangars around the state. These “pop-up” events from 9-11AM are a way to reconnect with our aviation community.