PLEASE NOTE – Changes to fly in dates for 2020
2020 Fly in Breakfasts – Second Sunday of even numbered months, October 11th and December 13th
Breakfast Fly-ins($15) have changed to the second Sunday of every second month.
Our breakfast of scrambled eggs, fried eggs on request, bacon, sausages, onions, freshly grilled mushrooms, baked beans and toast with tea & freshly brewed coffee Other items may be offered dependent on seasonal availability, plus home-made muffins is unchanged but is presented and served as per the COVID-Safe Checklist. N.B. There will be no serve yourself bain-marie buffet.
WE FORMED THIS CLUB AS THERE WAS NO FLYING CLUB IN THE BURNETT REGION WHERE WE COULD MEET OTHER PILOTS AND ENTHUSIASTS TO SHARE OUR PASSION OF FLYING. WE HAVE MEMBERS FROM THE AGE OF 16-93. ALL HAVE SOME GREAT STORIES TO SHARE.Ph 074168 6248 or Mobile 0490069550(fly in only) *Please check cameras on the weather site for fog, cloud or wet conditions.
THE BURNETT FLYERS INC. IS A NOT FOR PROFIT RAA AFFILIATED CLUB AND WE WELCOME ALL FLYERS TO MURGON AIRFIELD(ANGELFIELD). THE CLUB LEASES AND OPERATES THE AIRFIELD, A GRASS SURFACE RUNWAY, 740 M THRESHOLD TO THRESHOLD, AS A COMMUNITY SERVICE. THE RUNWAY IS MARKED WITH CONES AND GABLE MARKERS AND A WINDSOCK IS LOCATED AT THE HALFWAY MARK ON THE NORTHERN SIDE. A TIE-DOWN CABLE IS ALSO LOCATED IN THE WESTERN PARKING AREA.
THE TALL TREES AT THE NORTH-WESTERN END OF THE RUNWAY HAVE NOW BEEN REMOVED ALLOWING FOR A MUCH CLEARER APPROACH AND MORE USABLE RUNWAY.
WE ARE A ZERO INCIDENT AIRFIELD AND IN THE INTEREST OF EVERYONE’S SAFETY ASK ALL WHO VISIT US TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
Welcome to Angelfield (Murgon) Airfield YMRG
THIS IS A NO SMOKING AIRFIELD
1. You use this airfield, buildings & facilities etc. at your own risk.
2. Prior permission is required – Tel 07 4168 6248 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. You and your aircraft shall comply with all CASA and RAA Regulations. CAR 92(1) Use of Aerodromes is particularly important as it is up to you to assess whether landing and taking off from this airfield is suited to your aircraft, weather conditions, loading, your ability and experience as a pilot etc.
4. Use of radio is mandatory for this airfield. Please make an effort to make correct calls and keep the chat to a minimum. Frequency is CTAF 126.7
5. Left hand circuits apply to this airfield.
6. No commercial activities are permitted without prior club approval.
7. Camping is by prior authorization only see camping and RV conditions
PLEASE NOTE – Changes to fly in dates for 2020:
Breakfast Fly-ins($15) have changed to the second Sunday of every second month and will be held on:
October 11th and December 13th – 2020
Please share this with all your flying enthusiasts
Any queries please phone 07 4168 6248
PLEASE NOTE that 4 cameras have been installed at Murgon(Angelfield) and give a live photo every half an hour on the four quadrants. The weather station gives current information and is currently under upgrading. Always check the time stamps on the data to verify currency
Great Music Night at Gayndah
October fly in was far too wet for anyone to fly or drive into Angelfield, We had a good time anyway and the food was great!
Black expansive soils typical of Queensland do not drain well. Most rural airfields in our area are built on ancient river beds.
Mt Perry trip was a treat, good people & good food. Looking forward to the next ‘Christmas In July’
The 2017 February fly in was going to be a scorcher and the planes rolled in early and kept many of us very busy, especially Charlie who worked tirelessly all morning on the BBQ. Thanks again for all those who donated their time to make this special day happen.
Jimbour Trip 2016
Our Safety Seminar was held in early November and about 20 people attended. There was a lot of goodies to give away from CASA and RAA
——————————————————————————————-Thanks to all who supported the Heartland Festival. We all enjoyed the country hospitality where we met many friendly faces at the Heartland market day held at the showgrounds where an amazing array of produce and products offered by many locals of the Wide Bay/North Burnett district. Others enjoyed a wine, cheese and art night at the Gayndah Art Gallery on Friday night. . Thank you Gayndah for your hospitality. Thanks to the Big Orange Motel owner for being our taxi guide and driving us over to visit the Gayndah Railway Station where we had the restorer show us several First Class Heritage Railway Dining cars. It was great to see a good roll up of aircraft at the Gayndah Aerodrome, looking forward to revisiting this lovely town soon.
June fly in 2016