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    • Set the parking brake on the airliner and knock the cobwebs off your favorite general aviation aircraft! The General Aviation Fly-In visits locales across the country that are famous for their scenery and general aviation influence. While anything from a single-engine Cessna to a regional jet is welcome in this event, ‘low and slow’ offers the best opportunity to experience the scenery. During the event, local air traffic control is staffed at smaller Class C and D airports, with overlying radar controllers to provide VFR Flight Following and IFR services. Fly VFR closed traffic, practice instrument approaches, or fly VFR or IFR between the featured airports: the choice is yours. This week's event features Burlington and Lebanon, two airports local to prime skiing territory in New England. Wake that piston or biz-jet up from its winter hibernation, grab your skis, and hit the slopes. There's plenty of fresh powder and great views as you fly into some of the more mountainous airports in the region. Don't forget your toque!   Local Time: February 25, 2020 8-11pm ET Zulu Time: February 26, 2020 0100-0400z
    • BVA's Pack the Pattern gives pilots the opportunity to fly closed traffic at one of our busier airports and experience the realism of being sequenced with IFR and VFR arrivals. This event is designed to put both our most skilled pilots and controllers to the test. All traffic is welcome, from a piston prop remaining in the pattern to a long-haul airliner flying in from afar. Join us for a few touch-and-goes, low approaches, or a full-stop landing! This Pack the Pattern is hosted at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (KMHT) Local Time: February 03, 2020 8-11pm ET Zulu Time: February 04, 2020 0100-0400z   Controllers signup via Lindbergh.
    • In the Regional Circuit, we staff up two of our airports to provide pilots with an opportunity to receive 'gate-to-gate' ATC service for the duration of the event. Pilots are encouraged to fly between the two airports and make the return flight if time allows; however, traffic from other airports is welcome as well. The Regional Circuit always creates an immersive atmosphere with busy frequencies and congested airways between the host airports. This Regional Circuit features Boston Logan Airport (KBOS) and Bradley (KBDL).  Local Time: February 19, 2020 2000-2300ET Zulu Time: February 20, 2020 0100-0400z Controller signups via Lindbergh.
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