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Join us for the 50th International Seaplane Fly-In

September 5-8th, 2024

New in 2024!
$500 for the pilot who flew their Seaplane the furthest to attend the 2024 Fly-in
Sponsored by AEROTEC

Car Rentals will be available through         
Darling’s Rental offers a full line of rental vehicles in northern Maine, including, but not limited to: fuel efficient, economy cars, crossover vehicles, and trucks. Now offering the convenience of pick-up and drop-off right here at the Greenville Municipal Airport.
Click here to start you reservation!

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Moosehead Lake , Maine

September 5-8th 2024

 

The International Seaplane Fly-In is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote fellowship, personal contact, and unification among seaplane pilots and to encourage aviation enthusiasts to pursue their passion.   The fly-in attracts thousands of people to Greenville and the Moosehead Lake region every September to enjoy the spectacular aviation event, poke around the unique shops, enjoy the abundant outdoor adventures and celebrate fall in Maine.  Come and watch your favorite pilots compete in the contests and enjoy the sights and sounds of the seaplanes!  We look forward to seeing you in soon!

 

 

 To make donations or inquire:

International Seaplane Fly-In
P.O. Box 1289

16 Lower Lincoln Street
Greenville, Maine 04441

207-695-6121

 

The best way to contact us is via email:  info@seaplanefly-in.org

 

 

                                        

For Accommodations and Additional Moosehead Region Information click on one of the following links: Destination Moosehead Lake – Visit Moosehead Lake.

Camping at the Airport:  Updates will be provided soon.

Important Information

Fuel will be available at the Forestry Dock 

Due to FAA regulation and safety reasons, the operation of DRONES will not be permitted during the Fly-In

Jet A and 100LL self-serve pumps are available at the airport. 

 

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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.

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