For the fifth year, Belfast Municipal Airport hosted an open house and fly-in sponsored by the Belfast Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1434.

The grounds were open to the public Saturday, with planes taking off and landing throughout the day. Families were in abundance early on, with children seated inside several planes or taking short flights with volunteer pilots. Later in the day, helicopter rides were offered for a fee, and visitors also were treated to live music.

Around 12:30 p.m., one plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Northport Golf Club when its engine stalled, according to the club’s Paula Herron. The plane landed on the No. 5 fairway, she said, and nobody was hurt.

Displays by airport-affiliated clubs included Angel Flight Northeast, athenahealth, Aviation Career Education Camp, Downeast Emergency Medicine Institute Search and Rescue, Katahdin Wings Chapter of the 99s, LifeFlight of Maine, a local flight school, Maine Aeronautics Association, Maine Forest Service, Patient Airlift Services, Pilots N Paws, Waldo County Emergency Management Mobile Communications, and Waldo County Search and Rescue, as well as representatives of Young Eagles, a program that teaches children between 7 and 13 how to fly small aircraft.