Bryce Canyon City, Utah (August 17, 2016)—The historic Bryce Canyon Airport, celebrating 80 years, will host its 3rd Annual Fly-in and Car Show this month, welcoming car and plane enthusiasts for an afternoon of prizes, food and giveaways.
Keeping up with tradition, attendees can expect to enjoy an Airport Appreciation Open House featuring the static plane display and old car show in addition to a lunch prepared by local boy scouts. As an added bonus, the show will be held during the National Park Service’s birthday weekend— meaning entrance to the park will be free for all visitors.
“This year’s event will be especially fun, as we are also celebrating the National Park Centennial,” said Falyn Owens, Executive Director of the Garfield County Tourism Office.“Once pilots, drivers and attendees see the show, they can take the opportunity to explore the gorgeous Bryce Canyon which is just a few minutes away.”
Activities will include an open house and lunch, prize drawings and giveaways in addition to the plane display and car show. Local Boy Scouts will also have an opportunity to earn their aviation merit badge from the airport’s ground-school pilot.
Pilots interested in attending the fly-in can register at http://www.brycecanyoncoun
Drivers interested in bringing cars can find a registration form here http://www.brycecanyonair
When: August 26-27
Where: Bryce Canyon Airport in Bryce Canyon City, Utah
Pilot Registration: http://www.bryce
Car Show Registration: 435-834-5239
Boy Scouts Aviation Merit Badge Information: 435-834-5239