1940 Air Terminal Museum blog

Wings and Wheels – Spring Stretch Your Wings

Friday, March 17, 2017
Filed under: by rich
When:
Saturday, March 18, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Where:
1940 Air Terminal Museum
8325 Travelair St
William P. Hobby Airport, Houston, TX 77061
United States
Cost:
$7 Adults, $3 Kids (12 and under)

Come on by the 1940 Air Terminal Museum at Houston Hobby Airport on Saturday, March 18 and join us for another Wings and Wheels.

Stretch Your Wings!

It’s Wings and Wheels – Spring Stretch Your Wings Day!
We have invited some area flying clubs and past visitors to stop by, weather permitting. Now that spring is in full swing, any weekend is a weekend to take wing! Joining us will be a handful of fine automobiles from the Houston AMC Club!

See our tenth raffle plane and buy your ticket! Raffle Ten is a 1964 Piper Cherokee 180, features a classic paint scheme, has a full leather interior, as well as a full line of Narco avionics, and is fully IFR rated and capable.

— Fly in and your aircraft becomes part of the display as we provide a way for the public to get up close to real planes and talk to real pilots. You may inspire someone to get their own wings!

Any and every aircraft is welcome to join us, and enjoy the hospitality of our very GA-friendly Class Bravo airport. Just tell the nice folks on the radio you would like to park at the Museum or ‘the old terminal’.

Join us at Hobby and see what flies in!


Wings and Wheels is from 11 am to 3 pm the third Saturday of each month and has a different theme each month.

Admission is $7 for adults and $3 for children, and includes access to the Museum, static aircraft and vehicle displays, and supervised access to the ramp. Admission is waived for visitors who fly in, or who drive in with a classic car. Lunch is available from a local mobile food vendor.

Flaming Patties - Serious Gourmet Burgers

Flaming Patties will be onsite with their delicious gourmet burgers and grilled cheese sandwiches! Find out more at their Facebook page or follow them (around town!) on Twitter.