Definition of fly–in
1 : an act of flying to a destination planned the fly-in of the rescue planes
2 : an outdoor theater planned for the patronage of persons remaining in their private planes — compare drive-in
3 : a gathering (as at a small airport) of flying enthusiasts who arrive by private plane
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Origin and Etymology of fly–in
from fly in, verb
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