Ranger No.9 ~ Featuring Fairchild Aircraft

  Ranger Airfield is excited to announce Fairchild will be the featured aircraft at Fly-In & Airshow No.9 – October 2-4, 2015. Sherman Mills Fairchild was an investor, inventor, and founder of over seventy companies. Born in 1896 in Oneonta, New York, Fairchild was the only child of George Fairchild and Josephine Mills Sherman. His […]

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Fuel – Distances and Prices

During the fly-in fuel is only available to airshow performers, but 100LL isn’t far. North 40 nm- Graham- KRPH $4.28 Northeast 37 nm- Mineral Wells- KMWL $4.85 East 53 nm- Weatherford- KWEA $4.49 East 44 nm- Granbury- KGDJ $3.99 Southeast 29 nm- Stephenville- KSEP $4.80 Southeast 54 nm- Hamilton KMNZ $4.30 South 32 nm- Comanche- KMKN […]

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Ranger No.8 Slideshow

October 3-5th, 2014 – Aerobatic pilots David Martin, Scott Lane, Chet Kuhn, Ron Cain, Dave Honaker, Russell Husbands, and formation team Falcon Flight perform at Old School Fly-In & Airshow No.8 celebrating 103 years of Ranger Airfield. Photos from David Stubbington, Blair McFarlain, Dennis Price, Jack Fleetwood, Mackie Steele, Randy McGee, April Fuentes, Robert Ellis […]

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Old School Fly-In & Airshow No.9 Campout and Barbecue

Old School Fly-In & Airshow No.9 October 2-4, 2015 Commemorating 104 years of Ranger Airfield Showers available for campers Rides to hotels ♦ Schedule ♦ Where to Stay ♦ Performers ♦ Flyer ♦ Airfield Information ♦ Fuel RSVP appreciated: jared@rangerairfield.org . Friday October 2 Friday October 2 5:00 p.m. Hamburgers 6:30 p.m. 30 minute airshow (field CLOSED 6:30 – 7:10p) Fire […]

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Fly-In & Airshow No.9 Flyer

Download the pdf version of the flyer (click here) and send to your flying friends.  

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Ranger Photos

To view photos of Ranger Airfield’s  2014 Fly-In and Airshow visit David Stubbington’s Flickr. If you can’t find a photo of your aircraft email: jared@rangerairfield.org

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Area Museums Supporting Airfield

Numerous area flying museums will be attending the upcoming fly-in. Their contribution of bringing aircraft only helps enhance the event, of which all gate proceeds will be marked for the airfield. Ranger volunteers extend a special thank you to the museums. Everyone that attends with an aircraft is helping to ensure Ranger Airfield remains open. […]

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Bücker Jungmeister Returning in October

David Martin will be performing in his 1930s German Bücker Jungmeister at Ranger Fly-In & Airshow No.8. The Bücker is a nimble and well-regarded piece of engineering. It’s been said many times over the Jungmeister has “astonishing agility”, is “a lithe, 925-pound ballerina”, and for the pilot “it’s like flying on pillows!” Designed by Carl Bücker in […]

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