Maintaining Charlies Legacy in Yakima
The McAllister Museum of Aviation is the leading preservationist and educator of aviation history in Central Washington
- Sat21Jul201810:00 am2008 S. 16th Ave/east end of the Yakima airport
Join us on Saturday, July 21 for the third aircraft in our summer program. This week's airplane is an Esqual, owned and operated by Dick Pingrey. An Esqual is a low wing monoplane designed in Spain. It is made and sold in America as a kit airplane. Aircraft presentation begins promptly at 10 am. Come out this Saturday and see an example of what you can build!!
UPDATE--due to technical difficulties we will not be showing the Esqual this week. We are substituting an Ercoupe which will be shown by Mr. Pingrey. Hope to have the Esqual at a later date.
Due to the excessive heat and smoke from forest fires this year's "Unique Airplane Presentations and Flying Demonstrations" has been cancelled for August 18. Thank you for your support and join us again next summer.
Planning a special event, such as a birthday or anniversary celebration and looking for a special place for it? Our facility (meeting room and display area) can be rented for such occasions. It’s also a unique setting for a special meeting. If you’re interested, send us an e-mail or phone us at 457-4933
On Saturday, November 11, 2017, the museum formally opened its hangar annex to the public, where it will showcase two small airplanes. And someday museum officials hope to show off the glider flown by the museum’s namesake, aviation pioneer Charlie McAllister.
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