Factory and home-built aircraft along with static displays will feature at this year's Hastings District Flying Club open day.
The event is on Sunday November 24.
Club president Rod Davison said the day is designed to highlight the club's many activities.
"Anyone with an interest in aviation need to get along to Port Macquarie Airport this Sunday," he said.
"There will be plenty to see.
"The club is proud of its 61-year history and is keen to show off its facilities.
"Numerous static displays depicting club activities and history will be housed in the clubhouse while information concerning the Recreational Aviation Flying School will be found in the hangar."
The club will showcase its latest aircraft acquisition, the Sling 2.
Since its arrival in June the Sling is proving popular with both student and seasoned pilots. To cater for demand a second Sling is being shipped from South Africa.
Club members own a wide variety of aircraft which will also be on static display, Mr Davison said.
"These will include factory and home-built aircraft as well as the historic De Havilland Chipmunk and Australian built Victa Airtourer.
"Aircraft of a smaller scale will also be present with both plastic and radio controlled models on display.
"Port Macquarie Helicopters will conduct scenic flights for those keen to experience Port Macquarie from the air while the flying club will be selling their discovery flight voucher.
"Another highlight of the day will be a special photo exhibition by Richscape Photography entitled aerial fire fighters. Rich Shaw will be displaying his amazing photos of the aerial fire fighting action in the recent Port Macquarie fires."
The open day is a free event.
Food and drink will be available throughout the day.
The Hastings District Flying club Open Day is at Port Macquarie Airport, Sunday November 24 from 9.30am to 3pm.
Further information about the Hastings District Flying Club can be obtained from their website www.hdfc.com.au
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