It looks like the weather will cooperate Sunday for the annual open house for the Regina Flying Club.
It’s been a staple of the Queen City since 1927 and today will feature some displays many have never seen before.
Doug McNair is the Past President of the Regina Flying Club.
He says there will also be airplane rides for the public – and it’s something you won’t want to miss.
“You’ve got a beautiful view of the city,” McNair said “You can see, of course, the stadium, downtown, the legislative buildings, Wascana Park. It’s beautiful. On a nice, calm day, you can be very relaxed and very comfortable up there.”
McNair also says there will plenty to see … and learn.
“We’re trying to do some things as well to stay a part of the community,” McNair said. “And provide opportunities for people in the city and in the province. To get their pilot’s licence for pleasure as a private pilot, or as the beginning of a good career.”
Today will feature an RCAF Harvard II fly past from 15 Wing Moose Jaw, and a vintage WWII Fairchild Cornell training aircraft on display.
The event starts at 10:00 AM and runs until 4:00 PM.