The Alaska Aviation Centennial Celebration

Centennial Poster

100 Years of Flight in Alaska

For 2013 the Alaska Air Show Association is proud to celebrate the importance and promise of Alaska aviation by providing barnstorming and fly-in activities, bringing living aviation history throughout the state over the course of several weeks this summer. Our goals are to recognize aviation achievement and make available a tangible, mobile museum that educates and inspires aviation enthusiasts and citizens at large of all ages.

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By Margaret DeMaioribus on June 21, 2013 in Audio

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Centennial Flight at Fairbanks Poster


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Centennial Celebration Final Event – July 27

At Wasilla Public Airport:

1:00 – Fly bys from T-6’s, L-13, BT-13, Harvard. Land and join the L-2, Grumman Albatross, Widgeon, Gull Wing Stinson, Volpar Turboliner Beech 18 and others on static display.

1:15 – Opening remarks from Mayor Vern Rupright and Chamber Executive Director Lyn Carden

1:30 – History or the first flight – Introduction of the Pilots and Museum staff.

1:45 – Meet and Greet Pilots – Free posters for pilot autographs

        – Youth Outreach, have planes, parachutes, for kids.

        – Aviation Museum will be there with free popcorn.

2:15 – Door Prizes and the Centennial Traveling Museum Exhibit on display.

2:30 – Begin to sequence the planes out for fly bys and departures.

Rides Available Contact Jane at 715-6708.

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