Fly-In of AOPA Netherlands

Saturday, July 8 at Enschede Airport Twente (EHTW)

On Saturday, July 8th 2017 AOPA Netherlands will be hosting a Fly-In at Enschede Airport Twente (EHTW), close to the German border.

The airport, formerly used by the military for many decades, has only just been opened for GA. So landing on its 3 km runway will be a special treat for many a civilian pilot.



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