Sunday, March 6, 2011

Flight Time

Flying the aircraft at the Cold War Air Museum sometimes seems like a full time job.

As someone once said, "That's the kind of problem you want to have."

Once aircraft are restored to flying condition, they need to be maintained in flying condition. Doing so requires - "Flying them"!


Jon and Sean took the "Chang" up recently because it "needed" to be flown.


It was a beautiful day for flying and the two of them enjoyed a short local flight to warm the engine up before the aircraft's annual inspection.


They had a good flight, and as always, visitors to the museum enjoyed the experience of seeing (and hearing) our associated aircraft being flown.

Most weekends, one or more aircraft are being flown at the Cold War Air Museum. Come visit us at the Lancaster Regional Airport in Dallas. Click our links for driving directions and local events.

Come see us soon!

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