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Pilot Information

 

The Greenville Seaplane Base, one mile west of the Greenville Municipal Airport, (3B1), on the southernmost tip of Moosehead Lake is the site of the Annual International Seaplane Fly-In.

 

When filing flight plan to Greenville Seaplane Base, use 52B as destination identifier - To Greenville Municipal Airport use 3B1.

 

Seaplane arrivals to Greenville Seaplane Base, (52B), use routes depicted at 2000 MSL, Amphibious or land plane arrivals to Greenville Municipal Airport, (3B1), fly left hand pattern at 2400 MSL.

 

Use caution if winds favor Rwy 14 at Greenville Municipal Airport, (3B1), as base leg conflicts with proper downwind leg to Seaplane Base.

 

Land only in marked corridors as rocks and shallow water are prevalent outside both lanes at the Seaplane Base.

 

Radio frequency for Seaplane Base is 123.3 (Fly-In week only), and 122.8 for Greenville Municipal Airport.

 

AWOS - 207-695-0732

 

No step taxi or landing in lower part of cove nearest town due to heavy boat and seaplane traffic.

 

No flying under 600 AGL in lower part of cove due to heavy traffic.

 

Contact Greenville Seaplane Base on 123.3 for water conditions (during Fly-In week only).

Jack's Air Service's dock downtown is available for seaplane docking this summer. Please call ahead at 207-695-3020.

 

Due to parking area constraints, park amphibious aircraft not competing in contests at Greenville Municipal Airport (3B1).

Additional dock & beach parking on west shore of East Cove marked by small orange cones.

 

Camping is available at the airport. - Attendees arriving by airplane at the airport may camp under their wings at no charge

 

Transportation is available to and from Greenville Municipal Airport for those of you who fly in (3B1).

 

Prior to International Seaplane Fly-In, information on lodging, dining and local activities is available by calling (207) 695-2702.

 

Sea Base Parking (Amphibians)   


Please inform the Ground Crew. If you expect to use your aircraft in contests, the ground crew will assist you.

Please bring tie downs.

 

Please bring ropes and tie downs.

 

Ground Transportation     

Convenient transportation will be available to shuttle the pilots between the seaplane bases, airport, and lodging.

 

Crafts Fair   

There will be a craft fair along the road near the seaplane base. 

 

Please be sure to visit local shops and restaurants for a taste of Maine.

 

Evening Meals - Meal prices include all tax, gratuity, and entertainment cover charges for Fly-In members. Please wear your name badge!

 

Information on Fly-In activities and arrival procedures is available by calling (207) 695-6121 anytime and leaving a message or by visiting our website @ www.seaplanefly-in.org. Please leave a message if no one is available to take your call. Thank you.

Sea Base Parking (Amphibians)Please inform the Ground Crew if you expect to use your aircraft in contests, they will assist you.

Please bring tie downs!

 

 

 

Lodging Information

Moosehead Lake Region Chamber of Commerce/Destination Moosehead Lake

P.O. Box 591

Greenville , Maine 04441

207-695-2702

https://destinationmooseheadlake.com/

 

Pilot Information

International Seaplane Fly-In

P.O. Box 1289

Greenville , Maine 04441

Phone message: 207-695-6121

 

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Related Links

Maine Aero: www.maineaero.com

Wipaire: www.wipaire.com

Aerotek Engines: www.aerotecengines.ca

Varney Agency: www.varneyagency.com

Icon: www.iconaircraft.com

Aerocet Floats: www.aerocet.com

Kenmore Air: www.kenmoreair.com

PK Floats: www.pkfloats.com

Clamar Floats: www.clamarfloats.com

Cub Crafters: www.cubcrafters.com

Global Air: www.globalair.com

Hikes and other things to do : www.lovemaineadventures.com