Organised by members of COPA Flight 37
Our next Fly-In June 25th and 26th 2016
Winners for 2016 restoration and homebuilt contest
Homebuilt plan (Lucien Beaulieu Trophy)
Homebuilt kit, 1st place
Homebuilt kit, 2nd place
Homebuilt kit, 3rd place
1951 Cessna 140A
1961 Cessna 182D
This year again, judges had to evaluate many beautiful restored and homebuilt aircrafts. The competition level was particularly high in some categories. Thanks to all participants!
Jean-Claude Grenier will be the honorary president in 2016
Mastering a subject is a science, teaching is an art.
Jean-Claude Grenier will not admit it, as he is far too modest, but he has it all. His knowledge of piloting is based on vast experience that enriches his teaching. The risks of bush piloting, especially in winter conditions, are numerous and J-C Grenier has lived and analyzed them. Through his experience of 18,500 flight hours he can warn his fellow pilots. Through an endless source of anecdotes, J-C Grenier is able to be understood through examples without having to resort to big theories or long equations. In his 42 years as a licensed instructor he has made an indelible impression.
Not content with having passed his knowledge on to hundreds of students, JC Grenier continues in retirement, to disseminate his knowledge for the safety of airmen of all backgrounds in the APBQ.
In celebration of these values, the Faucheurs de Marguerites is pleased this year to have Mr. JC Grenier as honorary president as he approaches his 50th anniversary of his pilot license this July.
Year after year, since 1995, Les Faucheurs de Marguerites du Québec organize a sport aviation Fly-In at the Sherbrooke airport to gather together as many pilots, builders and aircraft lovers as possible. Are also invited to this big celebration all aviation lovers who want to meet with these friendly aviators and have a close look at their marvellous flying machines. It is not a show but a very remarquable aviation enthusiast rendez-vous.
- Admittance -
Pilots > Free !
Free admission for pilots and passengers coming aboard an aircraft. There is no landing fee for single engine aircrafts. To get these benefits you are asked to register yourself, your passengers and your aircraft under the yellow tent. Airport opening hours are unchanged for the event and no NOTAM is in force for this occasion. A few tie-downs are available for those who forgot, ask a volunteer near the yellow tent. You are welcome to bring your sleeping bag and come camping under the wing or bring your tent, set it up on the camping site and spend all weekend chatting with aviation enthusiasts.
Public > $8
General admission is $8.00 for a full weekend on site for all people of 16+ years old. It is free for the kids. Opening hours for general admission are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday and from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on Sunday. The parking lot is free and a group of volunteers will help you find an easy way in. At the general entrance, our volunteer ladies will provide you with all the necessary informations for having a pleasant time at the event.
- Services -
Conferences on various aviation subjects are presented.
Sales of products and services by individuals or traders there.
Restaurant available on site
One free breakfast will be given to the pilot of each aircraft arriving by the air and who register at yellow tent before 10 am.
100LL and jet fuel available on site