There are many reasons to head to Tullahoma Municipal Airport (KTHA) September 13 and 14 for the AOPA Fly-In!

Start each day with a pancake breakfast from 8 to 9 a.m. AOPA’s paid workshops and free seminars start at 9. Friday’s Flightline Cookout dinner includes STOL demos and a night drone show. Enjoy other exciting aerial activities, and the amazing Exhibit Hall and Aircraft Display. Two Pilot Town Halls are your chance to interact with AOPA President and CEO Mark Baker.

Team RAF will have an outdoor aircraft display, and RAF Tennessee State Liaison Steve Lewis will speak on “Preserving the Backcountry” from noon to 12:45 p.m. on Friday.

The RAF invites you to get involved by helping set up and break down the RAF display, answering questions about the RAF, and signing up new members. Volunteers will be assigned a two-hour shift Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.; or Saturday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at our aircraft display. Please let Volunteer Coordinator Erin White know if you are interested in volunteering: ewhite@theraf.org or 970-209-5980.

Find AOPA workshop, meal and camping registration here.

Tullahoma is within close reach to Lynchburg, Nashville, and Chatanooga. Visit the famous Beechcraft Heritage Museum, scenic Machine Falls waterfalls, and the Jack Daniel Distillery in nearby Lynchburg. Take in the history of the Tullahoma Campaign Civil War Trail, visit Fortress Rosecrans, or Stones River National Battlefield in nearby Murfreesboro. The Tullahoma area is a haven for a wide range of interests for all ages including the Hands On Science Center for the kids!

Submitted on August 13, 2019

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