The Maine Aeronautics Association is a grass-roots pilot organization dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting aviation here in the state and beyond. We represent Maine pilots and support other aviation organizations and businesses within our community. We help preserve aviation by educating the next generation and highlighting the economic value of aviation. We protect the freedom of flight by partnering with local and national associations from the ground up. And, we promote aviation by sponsoring and organizing safety seminars and fly-ins with a supportive cast of characters that make up the world of aviation. Become a member today!
** IMPORTANT UPDATES & INFORMATION ON
MAINE’S AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS…
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!
KIWI KOFFEE FLY-IN
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.
MONTHLY COFFEE FLY-INS:
APRIL-Wiscasset (KIWI) (we will aim for the 10 or 11th)
JULY-Tibs Field or Eastern Slopes-Fryeburg (tentative)
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.
FOR MORE 2021 EVENTS GO TO THE CALENDAR PAGE