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AirFair 2013

Fokker Triplane in flight

Welcome to the Pioneer Flight Museum's 2013 AirFair! Held annually at Old Kingsbury Aerodrome, AirFair showcases our vintage aircraft and vehicles. Gates open at 9:00 AM, and things wind down by 4:00 PM. Come and see our original WWI-era aircraft and vehicles, as well as reproductions and restoration projects. There are also aircraft and vehicles from the early days of powered flight up through the Golden Age of aviation, just prior to WWII.

Some of the aircraft and vehicles that we expect will be on display or actually operating are:

Food and drink will be available for purchase, as will souvenirs. We also expect to have re-enactors and car clubs showing the lifestyles and vehicles of the early 20th century. Come and join us!


How To Get There


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Directions

Old Kingsbury Aerodrome is located on Farm Road 1104 in Kingsbury, Texas. If coming from San Antonio going East on IH10 heading towards Houston, you will pass Seguin, pass Highway 90, pass Farm Road 2438, and take a left on Farm Road 1104. The Aerodrome is located on your left. If coming from Houston you will take a right on Farm Road 1104.

Flying In

Sectional Chart for Old Kingsbury

Old Kingsbury Aerodrome from the air

Old Kingsbury Aerodrome uses the FAA identifier of 85TE. It's located near Seguin, about 40 miles east of San Antonio. In the above view, the runway is on the left side of the image, aircraft parking at top center, and the main hangars are at the far end of the field.

Field Information


Name: Old Kingsbury Aerodrome Airport
Identifier: 85TE
Elevation: 560
Location: N29° 38.038' W97° 48.685'
Runway: 14/32 Grass
Length: 2600 ft.
Caution: Towers on West side of field
Caution: Radio Controlled Model Aircraft Traffic

Aircraft in the vicinity of Old Kingsbury can use 122.9 as an advisory frequency. Note that Old Kingsbury Aerodrome has a great deal of NORDO traffic.

Due to the frequent presence of radio-controlled model aircraft, arriving aircraft should enter the pattern at 1000 feet AGL before descending to allow time for the R/C aircraft to land.