Wrens

EAA 172 Wrens Fall Fly-in

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Friday, September 15, 2017 - 11:00am to Saturday, September 16, 2017 - 12:00pm

Friday - Saturday, September 15 - 16: EAA 172 Wrens Fall Fly-in. At the beautiful Wrens Memorial Airport (65J) CTAF 122.7. Most activities will be on Friday and Saturday with the main activities on Saturday. You may come earlier in the week if you wish. Please call or e-mail (see below) if you are coming early, and when, so the power and/or water can be set up for you. On Saturday there will be a Bar-B-Q lunch which will start serving around noon and run until about 1:00 pm. The donation for this delicious meal will be only $6. Refreshments available the remainder of the day.

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2016 Wrens Fall Fly-In

Wrens Georgia Fly-In 2015

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Friday, September 16, 2016 - 1:45pm to Sunday, September 18, 2016 - 12:00pm


WRENS is a Fly-in event held at the airport in Wrens, GA (65J) in the fall of each year. It was originally known as Rotors-Over-Carolina (ROC) when it was held in the South Carolina, but moved to Georgia in 1998. As an EAA event, it draws some fixed-wing aircraft, but it has always been primarily a rotorcraft and gyroplane gathering. Wrens typically attracts gyroplane enthusiasts from the Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Carolina rotorcraft clubs.

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Wrens Fly-In 2015 -- Wow!

Wrens Fly-In 2015

Yep, Wow!  This year's fly-in at Wrens, Georgia was the best in years. Fun and safety joined hands with a load of gyroplanes and participants from across the Southeast and even a machine flown in from Connecticut.  I counted at least 6 machines that flew in over 100 miles. Of those 6, at least half flew many times that number of miles.

Wrens 2015

Wrens Fly-In 2008

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Friday, September 18, 2015 - 8:00am to Sunday, September 20, 2015 - 12:00pm


WRENS is a Fly-in event held at the airport in Wrens, GA (65J) in the fall of each year. It was originally known as Rotors-Over-Carolina (ROC) when it was held in the South Carolina, but moved to Georgia in 1998. As an EAA event, it draws some fixed-wing aircraft, but it has always been primarily a rotorcraft and gyroplane gathering. Wrens typically attracts gyroplane enthusiasts from the Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Carolina rotorcraft clubs.

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