Forgotten Airplane’s Take Wing Once Again In Screening By Atlanta Moviemaker
Atlanta, Georgia, USA, May 1, 2008 – Independent producer Steven Panayioto will show the digitally re-mastered film “Rare Vintage Air,” which portrays the flight of a group of forgotten airplanes from the “roaring twenties” and the pilots who brought them back to life. The screening is Friday, May 9th with the Experimental Aircraft Association (E.A.A.)
“For a brief moment in history, during a time in the shadow between the World Wars, the usefulness and reliability of airplanes in peacetime was questionable. So aircraft companies would show off their airplanes in the annual “National Air Tour.” In its time, this traveling parade was quite popular, showing off the potential of aviation to a wary public.” said Mr. Panayioto.
Seventy years later, a group of pilots came together with restored models and flew them on the same 26 city route as a part of the “Centennial of Aviation.” This story centers on their Atlanta stop. These aircraft live today thanks to the remarkable efforts of these determined aviators.
The 9:00pm screening is open to the public at the EAA building, 690 Airport Road Lawrenceville, GA 30045. “Rare Vintage Air” is the second episode in the Forgotten Wonder’s Series, independently produced by Mr. Panayioto.
DIRECTIONS TO EAA CHAPTER BUILDING:
690 Airport Road Lawrenceville, GA 30045.
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