Arlington Fly-In

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Arlington Fly-In
GenreAir show
VenueArlington Municipal Airport
Location(s)Arlington, Washington
WebsiteArlington Fly-In website

The Arlington Fly-In, also known as the Arlington Air Show, is an annual airshow hosted in Arlington, Washington at the Arlington Municipal Airport (IATA airport code AWO). Thousands of general aviation pilots fly in from around the country and camp for up to four days, many showing their aircraft for judging.

The Northwest Fly-In is the third largest in the nation,[1] after Oshkosh's EAA AirVenture Oshkosh and Lakeland's Sun N' Fun.

Until 2008, the event was known as the Northwest EAA Fly-In.[2]


  1. ^ Whitely, Peyton (June 30, 2004). ""Grass-roots aviation" takes wing at fly-in". The Seattle Times. p. H26.
  2. ^ Stephens, Terry (June 1, 2008). "Arlington Fly-In 2008 Marks 40th Anniversary July 9-13". Airport Journals. Retrieved April 15, 2017.

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