Today starts the two-day amazing aviation event Aviation Geek Fest Seattle! We have about 300 different people (200 per day, some doing just one day), over the course of the event that will experience some pretty cool things. If you were one of those who would have loved to come, but were not able to make it, you can still enjoy through the wonder of social media.
You can follow through our Facebook, our Twitter and the #AGF14 hashtag (also seen below). There will be times of great activity, followed by total silence as we enter periods where no cameras are allowed. If you like what you see and might want to join in on a future AvGeek Fest in the future, make sure you are on the mailing list.
This story wasÂ originallyÂ posted on Jan 12, 2014 and re-posted with updated details on Feb 12, 2014.Â
Unite AvGeeks! This weekend is it – Aviation Geek Fest 2014 – and to say that we are excited is an understatement. Personally this will be my fifth AGF and I am more excited about this one versus any of the others (and the others were awesome).
A HUGE thanks to Sandy Ward & Toni Olson at theÂ Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour for organizing most of these great activities.Â
I wanted to share all the newest updates to help you prepare for the weekend.
We are getting closer and closer to the next Aviation Geek Fest Seattle (#AGF14) and it is going to be bigger and better than ever. The dates have been locked in; February 15th and 16th 2014, which is President’s Day Weekend.
What is Aviation Geek Fest you ask? It is a two-day hootenanny of aviation goodness in Seattle. Pretty much if you are an AvGeek, you are going to LOVE it.
I just met with the Future of Flight on Friday and although we don’t have too many details at this point, we are in the process of making things happen and I think you will be happy with the results. But there are things that you can do to prepare now.
The Aviation Geek Fest 2010 peeps pose in front of a GE90 engine on a Boeing 777. Image: Boeing.