“This year, Sling Aircraft’s annual breakfast fly-in, the best ever attended, celebrated the company breaking the 600 mark of Sling 2 and 4’s sold. With 328 sold, the Sling 2 is slowly inching towards the 400 mark whilst the Sling 4 and Sling TSi, the company’s best sellers, at 281 are just short of the 300 mark.
The fly-in, held under Covid-19 regulations, was attended by a large number of visitors flying a large variety of aircraft. All visitors were invited to take part in a spot landing competition and some nice prizes were up for grabs.
Now firmly established on the calendar and only a short hob away from most from Gauteng’s general aviation fields, the Sling Breakfast Fly-In is open to all types. Unlike most fly in’s, what makes it popular is the chance to visit the factory where the country’s most successful general aviation aircraft are manufactured.”
-Willie Bodenstein (Pilots Post)