View Full Version : Central Plains E-Fly Spectacular Dec 13-14, 2008 Wichita, KS.

03-11-2008, 04:09 PM
Ken Stitt and Clearview Field invites and welcomes you to our 1st Annual AMA sanctioned Central Plains E-Fly Spectacular! E-Fly Indoor Spectacular will be held in the very spacious Century II Expo Hall in downtown Wichita, Kansas December 13-14, 2008. Join us for a great weekend of awesome flying, fun, raffles, races and prizes. Please visit http://www.clearviewfield.com. for more pilot info, registration and vendor information. Or, call Ken at 316-680-5239; email ken@clearviewfield.com.
Ken Stitt
Clearview Field


03-11-2008, 04:10 PM
Oh, man talk about a huge building!!!

Guys: I was able to visit the building where the E-fly is going to take place. This place is huge! I had the opportunity to visit E-Fest last February and the Armory building is less than half of what this building is. It was a little hard to appreciate the space, as there was an event going on while we visited, but the scale can be appreciated when we went to the observation booth on the second floor. Sorry I don't have any additional pictures.

Ken and the rest of the staff are working hard to make this the best E-event in the mid-west.

According to the preliminary plan, there will be 4 flight areas. One for helicopters, one for 3D planes, one for mini / peanut, and one for regular airplane flying. All 4 areas will be independent of each other. There will be access for pilots with badges and spectators with passes at 3 different locations around the building. There will be electrical power within 100 ft of almost every pilot table. I also had a chance to see the proposed trophies for the competition portion and if they accept them I tell you that they will be one of a kind. The plan for the vendors and booths include flight simulators and audio-visual presentations. I can't tell you much more because I don't have the list of vendors/sponsors yet.

So pencil in this event on your calendar, and make every effort to spend the weekend with us in Wichita. You'll be glad you did.