The 24th annual Abilene Aviation Association Fly-In and Pancake Feed is Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Abilene Municipal Airport.
A wide variety of aircraft from regular production models to experimental home-built, antique and historic military aircraft are expected to fly into the event.
Adults and children are invited to visit the airport, eat pancakes and sausage and walk around the flight line to view the airplanes, and talk with the owners and pilots of those aircraft. Pancake tickets are $6 for ages 11 and above and $4 for children ages 3-10. They may be purchased from any aviatiion association member or at the door the day of the fly-in. There is no charge to walk the flight line and view the aircraft.
The money raised from the pancake feed is used to fund aviation scholarships for higher education. Any student who graduates from an accredited high school in Dickinson County and wants to pursue a career in an aviatiion field is eligible to apply for the scholarships.