Flying in from around the state, the Piper Aircraft Society of Australia made a two-day stop in Mudgee at the weekend.
The group gathered at Mudgee Airport on Saturday for a fly-in breakfast hoping to 'share some love' with local pilots and aviation enthusiasts.
President of the Australian Piper Aircraft Society of Australia David Ind said this visit - which isn't the first to the region for the club - was to give the Mudgee region some much-needed love.
"The idea was to bring everybody out of the environment we're in, get people flying, come to a place that's been suffering a little bit from maybe not having tourism and it was central to everybody and to affiliate with the Mudgee, Bathurst and Tamworth aero club," he said.
"Part of our club's mantra is to help and support people and with the virus environment at the moment, we're just travelling into Mudgee and trying to spread some love with people in Mudgee.
"We've also introduced ourselves to the Mudgee Aero Club so we can do things together in the future.
"General aviation needs support and we're trying to support it in numbers to show to the government to CASA that we matter and that airports like Mudgee matter to the community."