Aviation event winging its way to Everett

July 8, 2013 by  

The Allied Aces Day in Everett will host various planes from the Flying Heritage Collections and is an opportunity to bring the family out and watch these vehicles soar through the sky.

For aviation enthusiasts and history buffs, these vintage aircrafts flying high are a must-see. Poster printing, brochure printing, and other printing services may have been used to spread the word to residents about this wonderful event happening at their location.

Sponsored by the Flying Heritage Collection, the day will feature a P-51 Mustang and a Spitfire, as these aircrafts need to operate and be exercised periodically. Guest admission does not include a visit to the Flying Heritage Collection, although purchasing the pass to this event entitles the guest to meet the remarkable pilots that fly these aircrafts, to listen to the history of the vehicles as told by Cory Graff, and to see other aircrafts in this collection.

Admission to this event is free for everyone, although tickets must be purchased to view the complete Flying Heritage Collection. Please note that if bad weather occurs, this event will be rescheduled to another date, so it is advisable to check online for updates as the date of the event gets closer.

The Allied Aces Day in Everett will be happening on Saturday, July 20, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm at 3407 109th Street SW in Everett, Washington. To learn more about the event or the Flying Heritage Collection, please visit its website or call Becky at 206-342-4242.