The Orange Aero Club has invited the public to join them for morning tea at the airport on Saturday.
The club will host a Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser for the Cancer Council at Orange Regional Airport's Max Hazelton Aero Centre from 10am until 12pm.
Club member Stuart Porges said they hope to have as many members of the public, as well as pilots and aircrafts from other clubs join them to raise some money.
"It is of course, a fundraiser for Cancer Council, however, it is also an opportunity for people to reflect on friends and relatives who suffered from cancer, and help fund Cancer treatment and research in the future," he said.
The club has asked for a $5 donation from attendees to go towards their fundraising tally, while pilots are invited to fly in and pay $15 to stay for lunch.
Joy flights will be available on the day with 30 per cent of the fee to be donated to the Cancer Council.
Mr Porges said, weather permitting, the club hope to have multiple people arrive in their aircrafts to beat Kyneton in Victoria with the biggest number of 'fly ins' during their event in May.
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