Filed under: by Blair
Come on by the 1940 Air Terminal Museum at Houston Hobby Airport on Saturday, November 18 and join us for another Wings and Wheels. It’s Houston Day!
We’re back – and so is all of Houston – and we’ll be better than ever. This is our first fly-in since Hurricane Harvey, and we’re fortunate to have a great venue, great neighbors and great support.
(We also just won the World Series. Did y’all hear?)
So, we’re celebrating everything Houston this month, and reminding everyone that as lucky as we were, there are a lot of folks still needing help. So pitch in – find a cause and help out, because together we’re Houston Strong.
Pilots – any and every aircraft is welcome on the ramp. We’ve got friendly people in the tower who enjoy our fly-in about as much as we do. If you’ve never been to a Class Bravo before, now is a great time to pair up with a pilot pal and add this to your logbook! Let us know you’re coming! Once you land, just ask to park at ‘the Museum’ or ‘the old terminal’ and you’ll be directed right to us.
While you are here, visit with the nice folks from Sam Houston Corvette Club. This club was founded in 1993, and their active leadership coordinates gorgeous drives through the Hill Country, car show appearances, and parties for the Corvettes owned by its nearly 200 families.
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.