Aviation Day draws large crowd to Breezy Point

Event officials estimate up to 2,000 people attended

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Officials for Breezy Point's Aviation Day said more than 1,400 people were fed at the event on Saturday, May 7, 2022.
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BREEZY POINT — Strong winds hampered some of the festivities, but Breezy Point's annual Aviation Day still brought nearly 2,000 people to the Breezy Point Airport on Saturday, May 7.

Scheduled military fly-overs had to be canceled due to wind conditions, but the event still featured various aircraft on display, along with more than 100 classic cars.

Event officials said they fed more than 1,400 people at the fly-in.

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