Laurens County Airport expects over 50 aircraft at SC Breakfast Club

Sep 11 Written by  Staff Reports

The Laurens County Airport will host the SC Breakfast Club on Sunday, September 17.

The SC Breakfast Club was founded in 1938 and except for a couple of years during WWII it has met continuously, weather permitting, every two weeks at a host airport. 

The SC Breakfast Club is an informal organization where pilots and aviation enthusiasts gather for breakfast and catch-up on aviation news. The event is open to the public and is not limited to pilots and aircraft owners. 

Last year, there were 55 aircraft in attendance from all over SC, some of which were very unique. 

Aircraft will begin arriving around 8:30 – 9:00 AM and will depart the airport by noon. A hearty breakfast is provided for $8 for adults and $5 for children by Boy Scout Troop and Pack 339 from Laurens. This event is a fundraiser for the troop. 

Visit the SC Breakfast Club website at to access additional information and videos of fly-ins at various airports, including Laurens, in previous years.

Last modified on Monday, 11 September 2017 23:04