Annapolis Valley Flying Association

General Aviation for the Annapolis Valley – COPA Flight 147

Meet at the Sour Dough Bakery/Windmill Cafe at 8 am on the third Saturday for breakfast, banter and discussions.  A monthly get together of the AVFA members and any others interested in aviation.

  • 19 January 2019
  • 16 February
  • 16 March
  • 20 April

(The Sour Dough Bakery is in Cambridge, N.S. across from the Valley Credit Union .)

See Google Maps for location

May meeting – 2019

Sunday , May 12 at 2 pm at the Office (trailer) of the Greenwood Airpark.

Meet

An Aviaiton Safety Brief is set for 2pm 16 Feb at the VPI building next to the Museum on the way into CBF Greenwood.

Air Show Atlantic 2019

CFB Greenwood – 31 August and 1 September

For details go to airshowatlantic.ca

Meeting: 24th September 2017

Meet at Greenwood Airpark Trailer 2pm,  Sunday, 24 Sept.

AVFA (Annapolis Valley Flying Association) will be having a meeting for anyone interested in general aviation at CYZX.

Two 14 Wing Greenwood people will be presenting on flight safety.

Colin Stephenson (organizer of the air show) will be presenting on Atlantic Canada International Air Show scheduled for CYZX 26 and 27 August 2017

Sunday
18 June 2017
14:00 to 16:00
Burchill Training Centre
14 Wing Greenwood
5 Minute walk from the FAS ramp in same building as the theater

Civil Aviation Area at CFB Greenwood.

Civil Aviation Area at CFB Greenwood.

Information on the Civil Aviation Activities at CFB Greenwood operated by Freeedom Aviation Society (FAS) are available at its new website with access via either

On Tuesday afternoon the MMM Group Ltd. presented their report on the  Business Case for General Aviation at CFB Greenwood to the Kings County Council.  In the evening they repeated the presentation for the aviation community at the Waterville Firehall at 6:30 pm. There was question and answer period afterwards.  Printed copies of the report are available from Paul Easson.

The report is available as a PDF document here (4.7 Mbyte pdf)

Below is an aerial view of the Kings Aerodrome as viewed from the south. The road is Saxon Street east of Route 358.

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Kings Aerodrome from the South

Click on the image for a larger view

Next Members Meeting

– 2pm  Sunday
15 November 2015

Waterville Airport Terminal

Stanley Airport Fly-In

 Weekend activities with aircraft from the whole region.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday the last weekend in August

See http://www.stanleysportaviation.ns.ca/flyins.html  for details