Fly-in and skydiving event at Virginia Airport.

Come join us on June 24th at our West Point location for a fun day of music, food, planes, and skydiving. Middle Peninsula Regional Airport in West Point Virginia, will be holding their annual Fly-in and Bluegrass event. Its a great event and all proceeds will be going to the fight against cancer. Their will be all types of food and many Bluegrass Bands for the whole family to enjoy.
No Limits Skydiving will be jumping into the event with the American Flag at noon. Once we land we will be talking to the children and taking pictures. When we leave the plane we will be trailing white smoke while in free fall so the audience can watch us in decent. At 5,000 feet we will be deploying the large American Flag during the National Anthem. This event is for a great cause and its something the whole family will enjoy. No Limits Skydiving will also be giving discount Tandem Skydives all day.

We hope to see a great crowd on June 24th at our West Point location for Virginian’s Bluegrass Fly-in.

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