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May 16, 2008 | General

EDMONTON – Edmonton City Centre Airport will host between 250-300 aircraft and approximately 300 delegates at the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) 1998 Fly-In Convention, June 18-21.

Delegates will come from across Canada for the convention which will include the COPA Annual General Meeting, an awards luncheon, seminars and workshops, a trade show and a Fly-In Breakfast co-hosted by Edmonton Airports and the Kingsway Business Association.

The Fly-In Breakfast is open to the public and will be held at 7:30 am at the Edmonton Aviation Heritage Centre on Kingsway Avenue. Price of admission is five dollars which includes breakfast and entrance into the museum.

“COPA is pleased to be in Edmonton for our annual conference,” said Gord Oswald, Director of COPA Alberta. “We encourage anyone who has any interest in becoming a pilot or who has any interest in aviation to come down to the airport on Sunday to see an impressive display of small aircraft and find out more about getting involved in aviation.”