The Fly-In Office has moved to 16 Lower Lincoln Street- (previously Folsom's Hangar). Registrations will be taken there during the Fly-In rather than at Stobie. We are also planning on having Friday and Saturday evening meals there instead of the Airport. We will be on the Katahdin on Thursday evening. Please register early for the Buffet/Sunset Cruise as we are limited on the number of people we can serve on the Kate. Reservations for Thursday evening can be made ONLY by contacting the Fly-In (please DO NOT call the Katahdin office).
Space for campers at the airport this year will be limited as runway construction is taking place. It is going to be on a first come/first served basis. Please call the Chamber of Commerce for other camping suggestions. Thanks.
I am happy to let you know that our new phone number is 207-695-6121. Thank you so much for your patience with us as we worked through all the bugs while getting our office once again ready for business. We realize how much of an inconvenience it has been to the Greenville Town Office and the Moosehead Lake Chamber of Commerce to field our calls and we apologize for the disruption to their already hectic days and sincerely thank them for their assistance.
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"In the warming sun, we were constantly entertained by the never-ending barrage of low altitude fly-bys. What a great town this is! Cubs, Taylorcrafts, ultralights, Cessnas of all types and colors buzzing right down Main Street, all eyes upturned. But instead of folks running to the phone to call the local FAA office to report low flying aircraft, there is a reverence expressed by the onlookers, and an occasional "Oouu" or "Aaah". It seems as if everyone in this town loves airplanes.
It got me to thinking about how many thousands and thousands of times I have watched an airplane take off or land or fly by; and yet when I hear that sound, I am impelled to turn my head and watch, regardless of what is going on in my life at that moment. In Greenville, Maine, there is no shame in it. People fly, drive, walk, or canoe to this beautiful little town on the south shore of Moosehead Lake in droves from all over the country to sit on the docks, or in lawn chairs, or on the tops of their RV's, to watch airplanes. This is my kind of town." - The Great Arctic Air Adventure Blog by Mark Schoening and Doug DeVries.
The Seaplane Base radio frequency for the Fly-In will be 123.3. The airport frequency remains 122