Offering a wide range of recreational aeronautical activities and facilities for anyone with an interest in aviation. A unique historical airfield close to the city but outside controlled airspace, providing facilities for recreational and commercial operators covering all facets of aviation. If it flies, it is welcome at Watts.
The final Watts for Breakfast?? in 2018 was by far the most successful ever held at the airfield! With 40 aircraft (maybe more) occupying the tie-down lines, the morning felt more like a regional fly-in than a two hour pop-up kitchen.
Well known fact: Sunday aircraft invariably bring hungry pilots, many with passengers, resulting in 139 plates filled with sausages, bacon, eggs and other breakfast goodies being served up by the volunteer chefs.
Watts For Breakfast is not intended to be a regular monthly event. Rather, it is held to fit around the activities of other airfield's fly-ins and breakfasts so that pilots, and and indeed all aviation enthusiasts, have the opportunity of having somewhere to go to most all times of the year. The best bet is to keep a keen eye on the Watts Bridge Calendar and Facebook to find out about future breakfast fly-ins.
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Fly-in or drive-in for the November 2018 - Watts for Breakfast?
Serving up bacon, sausages and eggs, toast, mushrooms, beans, plus endless tea and coffee. 11th November 8:00am till 10:00am
For more information contact: Peter Biddle 0427-699-239