The annual Airport Awareness Day will land Saturday at Freeman Municipal Airport in Seymour.
Organizers say the event is an opportunity for the public to learn more about aviation and the importance of the airport to the community.
More importantly, it’s aimed at having fun, said Larry Bothe, local pilot and member of the Freeman Field Flying Association.
Airplane rides will be available for a $20 donation to the association; and several unique and antique aircraft will be on display for people to get an up close look, including war birds, an L-39 jet, a new Purdue University Cirrus high-tech aircraft, small locally owned planes and even radio controlled model airplanes.
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