ZANESVILLE, Ohio – The EAA Vintage Chapter 22 of Ohio is hosting a fly-in event at the Zanesville Municipal Airport Saturday morning.
A pancake breakfast will be served, and then you can enjoy rides on many of the planes. Dewey Davenport, owns a 1930 D-25 New Standard, and will be taking people on flights all weekend.
“The airplane was designed for the Gates Flying Circus back in the 20’s. It’s a Barnstorming aircraft, and it was made during the Barnstorming era just to give rides and take people up,” said Davenport.
The EAA chapter is a non-profit organization, and this event allows families to go up and enjoy a ride in some very rare planes. If you’d like to take a ride in Dewey’s plane, it costs $70 per person, and can potentially fly 150 people per day.
The event runs from 8-5 p.m. Breakfast, lunch, and food trucks will all be available. There will also be a car show. Check our eaavintage.org for more information.