Ponca City Fly-In
The Ponca City Fly-In, held the first Saturday of each month, features hundreds of planes and old war-birds. Make your way to Ponca City to browse the old planes until they fly out, typically after 10am. Visitors are guaranteed to see new and unique aircraft at the Ponca City Fly-In, with attendance ranging from 50 to 150 planes each month. Airplanes are lined up for public viewing and breakfast is available and served by donation. For a small fee, visitors can feast on pancakes, eggs, sausage and fruit while enjoying the company of aviation enthusiasts and engaging in a little "pilot talk."
A superb destination for an early Saturday morning, the Ponca City Fly-In has attracted pilots from as far away as Alaska and Japan. If you are still hungry after the main event, head over to Enrique's Mexican Restaurant, located in the Ponca City Regional Airport's terminal. Known as "the hottest little jalapeno on the runway," Enrique's is famous amongst hungry pilots for its delicious Mexican food. Feast on sizzling fajitas or chips and queso as you witness a bevy of planes take off.