The Museum will run its first ever Great Aviation Adventure on June 22 & 23, 2013. It will be held on the ramp of Signature Flight Support, a short distance from the Museum.
This will be a static display of various types of aircraft including helicopters, corporate jets, warbirds, antiques, National Guard aircraft, homebuilts and more. The event will be a great opportunity for aviation enthusiasts, and anyone, to see a variety of aircraft up close and get a better look at Bradley Airport's commercial operations.
The centerpiece of the weekend will be a flying B-25J Mitchell restored as "Panchito" that served with the 396th Bomb Squadron, 41st Bomb Group, 7th Air Force, stationed in the Central Pacific during World War II.
There will be five scheduled flights per day with five passengers per ride for a $425 donation to the Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation.
Parking for the show will be at the Museum where you can purchase an admission to the Museum at the regular admission prices and a $5.00 fee for the shuttle bus to take you on a four minute trip to Signature Flight Support. There will be no parking available at Signature due to space limitations.
More details to follow!