Oakland Aviation Museum will hold its first Open Cockpit Day of the 2013 season March 24, with the planes open for inspection from noon to 4.m.
Imagine sitting in a Korean War MiG-15 and feeling what it would have been like to fly for the “other side” in America’s first war of the Jet Age. Relive “Top Gun” by channeling your best Tom Cruise as “Maverick” sitting in an F-14 Tomcat waiting to be launched off the carrier deck.
Oakland Aviation Museum, located at old North Field at Oakland Airport, is housed in the 1939 Boeing School of Aeronautics building at 8252 Earhart Road.
For more information: OaklandAviationMuseum.org or 510-638-7100