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2018 Events

Last Updated: 9/29/2018

Listed below are some of the events that the Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation and its aircraft will be appearing at in the upcoming 2018 Airshow Season. Please check back soon for updated information on DAMF events and appearances.



October 6, 2018 Georgetown, Delaware

Wings and Wheels 2018

 

A Georgetown Fall Festival
Delaware Coastal Airport

 

Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation aircraft
at the event:  North American B-25J “Panchito”, L-16 and two DeHavilland Tiger Moths

Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation will be offering flight experience rides in our North American B-25 medium bomber like the ones used by the Doolittle Raiders. Experience flight from several different positions on the aircraft: behind the pilots, the bombardier's position in the nose, below the top gun turret, waist and tail gunners' positions. This is a rare opportunity to fly on one of the few remaining B-25s and get a real sense of what it was like for the brave men who flew these aircraft in WWII combat. In addition, there will be helicopter rides, bi-plane rides, antique cars and trucks, the famous World Invitational Flour Bombing contest.

The price for an experience ride in the B-25 is $425 per person at this special event. Make your reservations early by calling 443-458-8926. On site bookings on a seats available basis. Aviation collectables and memorabilla will be available for purchase.

Click here to go to the Wings and Wheels website for more information.



October 13 - 14, 2018      Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta Motor Speedway

 

Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation aircraft
at the event:  North American B-25J “Panchito”

Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation will be offering flight experience rides in our North American B-25 medium bomber like the ones used by the Doolittle Raiders. Experience flight from several different positions on the aircraft: behind the pilots, the bombardier's position in the nose, below the top gun turret, waist and tail gunners' positions. This is a rare opportunity to fly on one of the few remaining B-25s and get a real sense of what it was like for the brave men who flew these aircraft in WWII combat.

The price is $425 per person at this special event. Make your reservations early by calling 443-458-8926. On site bookings on a seats available basis. Aviation collectables and memorabilla will be available for purchase.

Click here to go to the airshow's website for more information.


October 19 - 21, 2018     Georgetown, Delaware

Delaware Coastal Airport

 

Ground School
B-25 Orientation Flights for Pilots
Second-In-Command (SIC) Type Ratings for Pilots

 

Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation aircraft:

North American B-25J "Panchito"

Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation will be offering pilots a chance for hands-on flying of one of the WWII aviation icons. This three day event will be open to only three pilots for SIC type ratings or one pilot for the Orientation Flight and two pilots for SIC type ratings. The Orientation experience will include 2 - 3 hours of ground school and flight briefing. The SIC type rating course includes the Pilot's Operating Manual for the B-25, syllabus, checklists and a Certificate of Completion. The minimum requirements for the Orientation flight and SIC type rating course are a current U.S. third class medical certificate, Private Pilot certificate and a multiengine rating.

The Second-In-Command type rating includes a one day ground school, B-25 Pilot's Operating Handbook, syllabus, checklists, lunch, logbook entry and Certificate of Completion for FAA approval of Second-In-Command type rating.

Please go to our Flight Training page for additional information and pricing. Make your reservation by emailing us at flighttraining@delawareaviationmuseum.org or calling 443-458-8926. Contact us for suggestions on accomodations.

The Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation is located at 21781 Aviation Ave., Georgetown, Delaware 19947.


November 16 - 18, 2018     Georgetown, Delaware

Delaware Coastal Airport

 

Ground School
B-25 Orientation Flights for Pilots
Second-In-Command (SIC) Type Ratings for Pilots

 

Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation aircraft:

North American B-25J "Panchito"

Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation will be offering pilots a chance for hands-on flying of one of the WWII aviation icons. This three day event will be open to only three pilots for SIC type ratings or one pilot for the Orientation Flight and two pilots for SIC type ratings. The Orientation experience will include 2 - 3 hours of ground school and flight briefing. The SIC type rating course includes the Pilot's Operating Manual for the B-25, syllabus, checklists and a Certificate of Completion. The minimum requirements for the Orientation flight and SIC type rating course are a current U.S. third class medical certificate, Private Pilot certificate and a multiengine rating.

The Second-In-Command type rating includes a one day ground school, B-25 Pilot's Operating Handbook, syllabus, checklists, lunch, logbook entry and Certificate of Completion for FAA approval of Second-In-Command type rating.

Please go to our Flight Training page for additional information and pricing. Make your reservation by emailing us at flighttraining@delawareaviationmuseum.org or calling 443-458-8926. Contact us for suggestions on accomodations.

The Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation is located at 21781 Aviation Ave., Georgetown, Delaware 19947.


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