GREENEVILLE, Tennessee (WJHL) – Car and aviation enthusiasts had a chance to bring their planes and cars to Greeneville Municipal Airport (GMA) on Saturday.
An event called Wings and Wheels on the Greene hosted by Greene Co. Partnership and GMA allowed aircraft owners and car enthusiasts to get out and enjoy unique land and air rides while having a bite to eat and looking at a flag. American fly.
According to a statement from the Greene Co. Partnership Chamber of Commerce, in addition to seeing classic cars, airplanes, the American flag and food trucks, attendees also had the chance to take a ride in a biplane.
Admission to the event was free, while automatic event registration was $ 10.
GMA FBO Director Steve Neesen said that after seeing the success of the event, they hope to continue Wings and Wheels on the Greene on an annual basis.
Greene County Partnership President and CEO Jeff Taylor said that in addition, with the event being fun for all ages, the event is also designed to promote tourism and the industry. of aviation.
You can learn more about the event by visiting the Discover Greeneville Facebook page.