Pilot Austen Plain, the founder of Take Flight Kansas City, entertained a class of kindergartners with his airplane impression Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, during the annual Fly Day field trip at Lee’s Summit Municipal airport. More than 600 kindergartners from the Ervin Early Learning Center also enjoyed an airshow as part of the outing.
Pilot Austen Plain, the founder of Take Flight Kansas City, entertained a class of kindergartners with his airplane impression Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, during the annual Fly Day field trip at Lee’s Summit Municipal airport. More than 600 kindergartners from the Ervin Early Learning Center also enjoyed an airshow as part of the outing. Anne Marie Hunter Special to the Journal
Pilot Austen Plain, the founder of Take Flight Kansas City, entertained a class of kindergartners with his airplane impression Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, during the annual Fly Day field trip at Lee’s Summit Municipal airport. More than 600 kindergartners from the Ervin Early Learning Center also enjoyed an airshow as part of the outing. Anne Marie Hunter Special to the Journal

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