Diary of Events at Easter
Our events diary provides an overview of forthcoming events and reports and memories of those already held. Contributions to this section are always welcomed.
Dates for your flying social calendar 2019
We will be hosting 2 planned fly-ins this year, our Easter@Easter early season one and a 10th anniversary weekend fly-in to celebrate our 10th anniversary of flying at Easter Airfield. Full details closer to the events, but we hope to see you!
City AM article on the Carnegie Club - 14th September 2018
Flying into Easter on 17th June 2018?
Weather permitting, we are expecting a large number of different types of aircraft to be flying into and around Easter Airfield on the weekend of 16th & 17th June 2018. These include Group A, Microlights and Aerobatic aircraft to name a few. They are of differing speeds and capabilities therefore separation and a good look out is paramount for your safety.
Easter runway numbers update - 19th April 2018
The runway at Easter is being enhanced with 06/24 number designators in concrete in preparation for the 2018 flying season. Concrete is planned for install on Monday 23rd. Many thanks to the Highland Aero Club for their donation to improve the facility at Easter.
James Hayward Memorial Fly In - 17th June 2018
24th December 2017
It is with great sadness that we record the unexpected passing of James Hayward. James was an integral part of the flying scene in the Highlands as an AME, Flying Instructor, Examiner and flying buddy. We have shared many fantastic flying events and experiences with him at Easter Airfield over the years. James will be sorely missed as a mentor for many, but mostly as a treasured friend. RIP.
January 2018 edition Flyer Magazine
Easter Airfield features again in this article on Freedom Aviation's Scandinavian adventure. No ordinary club bimble... PA28s to the Arctic Circle, Scandinavia and the Russian border. www.flyer.co.uk
December 2017 edition Flyer Magazine
Easter Airfield features in this East coast of Scotland tour. Paul Kiddell and his Eurostar friends spend 24 hours exploring Scotland's less flown but spectacular coast. www.flyer.co.uk