© 2019 Cessna 150-152 Fly-In Foundation

General Information

There's got to be something more than just an interest in aviation and a small two-seat airplane that brings people together to a rural airport in the heart of middle America each year. You can call it a fly-in, but attendees will also describe this once-a-year event as family reunion, as proven by the many return attendees each year. For the past 18 years, owners and renters from all corners of the United States, Canada, and overseas make the annual pilgrimage to experience more family fun, flying and friendship than one could imagine. Participants range from those with only a passing interest in aviation, to seasoned professionals.

For three days, the Clinton Municipal Airport (KCWI) is filled with the largest concentration of Cessna 150's and 152's you'll find anywhere. (Although other makes and models of aircraft are indeed welcome!) With something always happening; flying contests, seminars, impromptu aerial excursions to points of interest in the vicinity or around the pattern, or just relaxing on the grass under the wing on a warm summer day getting reacquainted with old (and new) friends, The Cessna 150-152 Fly-In has something for everyone. There's nothing like it - anywhere.  Click on the buttons below to find out what keeps our members coming back year after year.

For information, on the 2020 Cessna 150-152 Fly-In Photo Contest click on the button below

For a listing of who came to the 2019 Confab, click on the button below.

Getting to and from the Confab is an adventure in itself, and caravans are an outstanding way to get to know other pilots and have a great time en route to the Fly-In.  Click on the link and see it there is a caravan passing through your area.

Although membership in the Cessna 150-152 Club is not required to attend the Fly-In, the Club is an excellent source of information about Cessna 150s and 152s, and we highly encourage you to join. The Club Forum is also a great way to stay informed about the

Fly-In and other member's travel plans to Clinton.