Filed under: Events, Wings & Wheels by Blair
The 1940 Air Terminal Museum and the Recreational Aviation Foundation invite you to join us for our first Recreational Aviation Day Fly-In.
To kick off our first Recreational Aviation Day, we thought it would be fun to host a campout at the Museum tonight. We still think that would be alot of fun, but since it is so hot in Houston now, we have had no takers on camping. So we are going to scrub the campout tonight, we will have a terrific Wings & Wheels tomorrow, and will reschedule a “night at the museum” experience after Houston cools down a bit.
On Saturday, June 19th, we will host presentations, demonstrations and aircraft displays as we learn about using aircraft as the perfect gateway to the grandeur and beauty of the back country.
From West Texas to Wyoming, from Mexico to Alaska, aircraft can take us to locations inaccessible by any other means. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids 12 and under. Admission includes lunch, the Museum, static displays and special attractions. Camping and ramp space is limited, so campers and fly-in visitors are encouraged to RSVP. The event runs 10-5. For more on recreational aviation, visit www.recreationalaviationfoundation.org.