The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) has decided to postpone its June 19 and 20, Casper, Wyoming, fly-in until next year June 18 and 19, 2021.
“We continue to monitor the very dynamic situation surrounding the COVID-19 crisis and felt it prudent, with so many moving parts, to make an early decision to reschedule the AOPA Casper Fly-In and allow all organizations involved time to make appropriate plans,” said AOPA Senior Director of Outreach and Events, Chris Eads. “We all hope things return to normal by early summer but recognize the potential for the CDC to have additional recommendations as this situation unfolds.”
“The leadership of the Casper/Natrona County International Airport and Visit Casper have been incredibly supportive and helpful in bringing this event together. We are excited to deliver all the engaging facets of AOPA Fly-Ins to the rescheduled event in mid-June 2021. The AOPA events team is already working hard to deliver another exceptional program next year,” Eads continued.
Anyone who registered for the Casper event will receive a full refund. Registrants don’t need to take any action to initiate refunds; AOPA will process credit card refunds as soon as able. Please expect delays for refunds by check.
Earlier this month, AOPA and Go Wheels Up! Texas announced the indefinite postponement of the May 29 and 30, 2020 AOPA Fly-In in San Marcos, Texas, featured at Go Wheels Up! Texas. The two organizations are continuing to explore options for rescheduling that event.
The AOPA Fly-In scheduled for Sept. 11 and 12 in Rochester, New York, is expected to occur as planned. However, please continue to monitor AOPA media channels for ongoing updates.
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