About 350 to 400 people turned out Saturday for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Fly-In at the Clinton Municipal Airport. The event featured antique, warbirds, classic, contemporary and home-built planes as well as helicopters. Some notable aircraft in attendance were a North American T-28A, Turbine Legend, and a 1940 Boeing Stearman Biplane. AirEvac had a medical helicopter on display. Clinton Fire department and Southern Paramedic had vehicles on display as well. The event was sponsored by Ozark Mountains Chapter 1459 of the EAA.