Wings of the Centennial

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Wings of the Centennial: 

Wings of the Centennial Celebrating Aviation in Oklahoma The 2007 Oklahoma Air Tour Oklahoma Airport Operators Assn. Thomas Solinski, DC-3 Pgm. Coord. March, 2006

Our Purpose: 

Our Purpose Utilize DC-3, N34, as a centerpiece, traveling to all airports in Oklahoma, to draw attention to Centennial Celebrations and activities in the local town, their airport and the rich aviation history of the State of Oklahoma. In conjunction with; Oklahoma Aviation Commission Oklahoma Aerospace Industry Association Oklahoma Centennial Commission (pending) And hopefully after today OAOA!

Typical Visit: 

Typical Visit N34 arrives and circles your town Friday morning then lands at your airport We park and open up for tours till 16:00 Give tours on Saturday (and Sunday if needed) from 8:00 to 16:00 Optional days Tuesday through Thursday Invite the EAA and AOPA to fly-in in conjunction with the visit Depart that evening back to OKC

Candidate Airports: 

Candidate Airports

Important Stuff: 

Important Stuff YOUR COST: FREE!* *You might have to provide ground transportation for our crew if your town doesn’t have rental cars Benefits: Another activity for your town’s Centennial Celebration Two days of your town’s attention and attendance at your airport If it is a fly-in, two days of higher fuel sales

Important Stuff (continued): 

Important Stuff (continued) What you need to do: Contact your local Centennial Celebration Committee and see if a visit from us would fit in their plans We don’t have to be a part of the celebrations Contact us and tell us the days you’d like to have us there! Contact: Tom Solinski, FAA-AJW4312 (405) 954-6240 thomas.solinski@faa.gov

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