Earlier this year the Jet Aircraft Museum in London, Ontario, was awarded the opportunity to save a CF-101 Voodoo jet that is currently located in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia.
DAYTON, Ohio — When the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders’ make a final toast to their fallen comrades on Nov. 9 at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, the world can witness the historical moment.
Although the final toast ceremony is not open to the public, a live feed of the event will be broadcast on The Pentagon Channel [Read more...]
OSHKOSH, Wis. — The Experimental Aircraft Association will recognize the contributions made to the world of flight by five aviators on Thursday, Nov. 14, as it inducts them into the EAA Hall of Fame.
WINDSOR LOCKS, CONN. — The New England Air Museum will hold its annual Veterans Day Event on Sunday, Nov. 10.
WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. — The New England Air Museum will host its ninth annual Women Take Flight event on Sunday, Nov. 3. The program features women who have pioneered new careers for women in aviation and aerospace engineering.
POLK CITY, Florida — Fantasy of Flight is once again hosting nightFlight, an exploration of the paranormal activity at the largest private collection of vintage aircraft.
The event began several years ago as stories of unexplained occurrences such as unidentifiable noises, temperature changes and the detection of mists and shadows caught the attention of professional investigators or “ghost hunters.”
OAKLAND, Calif. — The Oakland Aviation Museum’s popular Flashlight Night returns for the Halloween Night Flashlight tour Oct. 31.
SEATTLE, Wash. – The Raisbeck Aviation High School (RAHS) celebrated its grand opening at Boeing Field on Thursday, Oct. 17. The school, part of the Highline Public Schools, is located on the Museum of Flight campus.
The day started with a unique “bus ride” for 100 fortunate RAHS students and a few dozen school staff, supporters and dignitaries. They arrived via an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-900ER, dubbed “Spirit of Education” from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
“Congratulations to everyone on the flight who earned four Alaska Airlines frequent flyer miles on the flight from Sea-Tac to Boeing Field,” noted a chuckling Mike Hallman, Museum of Flight Chairman of the Board of Trustees during the program.