EAA Chapter 328 hosts seventh annual Colfax Fly-In sponsored by Port of Whitman
COLFAX — The seventh annual Colfax Fly-In and Pancake Breakfast will take place 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, September 24, at the Port of Business Air Center, 707 Flight Line Drive, in Colfax.
The free, family-friendly event features a myriad of aircraft displays – from experimental to antique, a civil air patrol flight simulation and classic car show. In addition, the Colfax Rotary Club will serve a pancake, sausage and scrambled egg breakfast for $9 per person.
Since its inception, the event has seen about 240 airplanes and helicopters and an estimated 1,450 visitors, according to Fly-In Coordinator Barney Buckley. After the event was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, about 160 people and 40 aircraft turned out for last year’s Fly-In.
The event is organized by the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 328 of Lewiston, Idaho and sponsored by the Port of Whitman County. As the owner-operator of Port of Whitman Business Air Center, the Port supports opportunities to educate the community about aviation and its value to the region’s multimodal transportation system. During the Fly-In, Port will have an informational display on planned improvements to the Port of Whitman Business Air Center.
About the Port of Whitman County
The Port of Whitman County is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all citizens of Whitman County through industrial real estate development, preservation of multi-modal transportation, facilitation of economic development and provision of on-water recreational opportunities.