Air show wings its way to Olympia

May 30, 2012 by  

On Sunday, June 17, the Olympic Air Show will be making its way to Olympia, Washington. Held at the Olympic Flight Museum located at Olympia Regional Airport located at 326 W. Marion Avenue in Olympia, Washington, this event will run from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Guests to the air show are in for a surprise, as the event actually begins by allowing visitors to come and camp on the grounds from Friday until Sunday. This is an annual event that supports various educational programs and groups. The Aerospace education and Cadet Programs receive funding from the air show, along with the Emergency Services that serve their community through the Olympic Flight Museum.
This aviation extravaganza will feature a U.S. Navy Super Hornet, F/A-18E, tactical demonstrations, plus there will be a commemorative Air Force B-17 Flying Fortress Sentimental Journey. Helicopter enthusiasts will not be disappointed by the Museums static display, which will include AH-1 Cobra, UH-1H Huey, Oh-6 Cayuse “Loach”, as well as a Kaman HH-43 Huskie. There will be representation from many branches and different eras, including wars such as the Korean, Vietnamese, and World War II.

Admission for the show costs $12 per person if purchased online or $15 per person at the gate. Print companies are very likely to have prepared most of the flyer printing and stationery printing projects required by the organizers. For additional information about this air show, which will go ahead regardless of the weather, please visit Olympic Flight Museum’s website or call the museum at 360-705-3925.