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Terrell Municipal Airport Events
Mark Hardin Memorial Air Race
Municipal Airport will host the Mark Hardin Memorial Air Race
on Saturday, May 27. Bring the family out to watch as racers
arrive throughout the morning, enjoy gourmet fare from The Butchers
Son food truck, and cool down with a shaved ice from Kona Ice.
Both trucks will be on site from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. There is no
charge for visitors to watch the race, which will begin at 1
This is the seventh year the Sport Air Racing League (SARL)
sanctioned event has been held in Terrell. In 2015 the event
was renamed the Mark Hardin Memorial Air Race to honor the late
Mark Hardin, longtime Terrell resident and airport manager.
The event always attracts a large contingent of Ercoupe planes,
Mr. Hardin's preferred aircraft. A special namesake trophy will
go to the pilot who best displays the spirit he embodied: a
sense of fair play, true camaraderie and a love of aviation.
All makes and models of aircraft can participate in the race,
which covers a 130 nautical mile course. The racer registration
fee is $45 for SARL members and $55 for non-members, and includes
an event t-shirt, decals and goody bags, as well as a Friday
night pilot get-together. For information on racing or to register,
pilots may visit www.sportairrace.org
or contact Patricia Purcell, 903-564-9410.
to the event on Facebook.
ninth annual Flights of Our Fathers Fly In,
benefiting the No. 1 British Flying Training School Museum,
was held on Saturday, September 24, 2016 at the Terrell Municipal
Airport (KTRL), just north of IH 20 on SH 34.
It included a salute to veterans of all branches
of the services, recognized the honor and valor of our fallen
service men and women, and the ultimate sacrifice of five young
men from the City of Terrell.
The annual event draws thousands of aviation enthusiasts, local
and regional residents to enjoy a full day of events and attractions.
There are activities and events for all ages.
Past Years Pictures
No. 1 BFTS Museum web site: http://www.bftsmuseum.org/
The No. 1 British Flying School Museum is a popular
destination for World War II history buffs, aviation enthusiasts,
and veterans. During World War II thousands of British pilots
learned to fly in the United States. The first and largest of
the schools was in Terrell.
No. 1 British Flying Training School
Museum - Terrell Municipal Airport.
Open Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Other
times by appointment.
119 Silent Wings Blvd, Terrell, TX 75160 972-524-1714
Photo courtesy of the No. 1 British Flying Training
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