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[14 Mar 2024 07pm-10pm ET] Regional Circuit: Fly Throwback Thursdays

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Fly Throwback Thursdays, is a nostalgic journey through the annals of aviation history! Join us for a unique Boston Virtual ARTCC Regional Circuit, where we pay homage to the golden era of flight. Relive the magic of aviation's yesteryears as we bring to life the spirit of classic airlines and general aviation aircraft.

This Regional Circuit features Jeffrey Field (BOS) and Burlington Municipal Airport (BTV) {circa 1920s}.
March 14, 2024 1900-2200PM ET {14 Mar 2024 2300-0200z}

In this throwback celebration, we invite pilots to dust off their vintage aircraft, don the liveries of bygone airlines, and take to the skies in a celebration of aviation's rich heritage. Our team will be staffing up multiple airports to ensure you experience 'gate-to-gate' ATC service throughout the event. Immerse yourself in the golden age atmosphere as we recreate the charm of historical aviation.

Pilots are encouraged to fly between the airports, tracing the routes of iconic flights from the past. Whether you choose the elegance of classic airliners or the rugged reliability of vintage general aviation planes, all eras are welcome! Recreate legendary routes, embark on cross-country adventures, and experience the thrill of flying in a time when aviation was in its infancy.

Expect busy frequencies and congested airways between our host airports, as we create an immersive atmosphere reminiscent of the aviation heyday. This is your chance to relive the romance of the skies, surrounded by like-minded enthusiasts eager to share in the nostalgia.

So, mark your calendars, select your favorite classic aircraft, and join us for Fly Throwback Thursdays – where history takes flight once again. It's not just an event; it's a journey back in time, a tribute to the pioneers of the skies, and an opportunity to make aviation history anew!

See you in the virtual skies, where the past and present converge in a celebration of aviation's enduring legacy.

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