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Americus, GA - Sept. 30 - Southeast Powered Parachute Flyin

Postby choppergirl » Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:19 pm

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Southeast Powered Parachute and Grassroots Fly In

Saturday, September 30, 2017 - Americus, GA

Hodges Field (4GA0) - Smooth Grass Runway 1380 ft. by 200 ft., Elevation 455 ft.

Printable PDF Flyer here: http://shellprompt.com/dump/Powered%20Parachute%20and%20Grassroots%20Fly-In.pdf

https://skyvector.com/airport/4GA0/Hodges-Field-Airport

Event and Hodges Hobbies Airfield Website: http://hodgeshobbies.com


A multi-day event for Powered Parachutes and any other aircraft.

All aircraft are welcome. Arrive early and enjoy flying around the local area. Stay the week and explore middle Georgia.


Camping space available for those who want to stay the night. Camping fee $5/night, includes restrooms with showers.

RV camping available with hookups, $20/night. Lunch available on Saturday


Any Questions, email Mac Hodges: mac@hodgeshobbies.com


Be sure and say Hi to Mac and tell him Choppergirl sent you! :-) Oh, and be sure to check out his Hatz Biplane, Pietenpol, and VJ-24W in the hangers :-)

Side trips: Suther Field is about 5 minutes away down the road, and Andersonville Prison Camp is another 5 minutes away up the road.
Skip Suther, nothing to see there but a Lindberg plaque and some Czech crop dusters, but see Andersonville, its worth it if you like history.
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My grandfather flew 171 combat missions in the P-38, P-39, and P-47; my dad was an air traffic controller; my mom sold travel luggage to Mohamed Atta; I'm restoring a Volmer Jensen VJ-24W motor glider I bought on eBay for $38.
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