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Breezy Point celebrates Aviation Days

Residents and visitors attended the Breezy Point Airport's annual Aviation Days celebration on Saturday, May 7. Dozens of airplanes and a North Memorial helicopter landed at the airport for the crowd and were parked for display purposes. Many of ...

Dozens of private planes flew into the Breezy Point Airport on Saturday, May 7, to take part in its annual Aviation Days celebration. Photo by Dan Determan
Dozens of private planes flew into the Breezy Point Airport on Saturday, May 7, to take part in its annual Aviation Days celebration. Photo by Dan Determan

Residents and visitors attended the Breezy Point Airport's annual Aviation Days celebration on Saturday, May 7.

Dozens of airplanes and a North Memorial helicopter landed at the airport for the crowd and were parked for display purposes. Many of them departed and landed and put on a show for the anticipated 1,000 people in attendance.

In addition, a car show of more than 60 vehicles was on location, and food was served for the crowd at no charge. Prizes were awarded to the top plane and top car.

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