SATURDAY - JUL 22, 2017, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM       < Back to Events

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Doors open at 10 AM!

Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum's Biggest Air & Ground Show Event of the year! Come See Vintage Aircraft Take to the Skies and Tanks Cruise the Grounds!

Don't miss the Mosquito take to the skies for the very first time for the public at this fun-filled event!

Aircraft: Storch, B-25, Hellcat, Corsair, Mosquito, Bearcat, L4, OH-6, UH-1, MiG (Static), Super Corsair (Static)

Vehicles: M60, Flak 88, M4A1, German 88, 1/2 Track, Longtom (Static), 17Lber (Static), M60

Movie in Theater: 633 Squadron

Color Guard & National Anthem: Everett Public School

Food Vendors: Here and There Grill, Vet Chef, Tacos Monte Alban, Big Dogs, Buns on Wheels, 314 Pie, Kettle Corn by Sturgis Sweets, Street Donuts, Scotsman Bistro Coffee, Fairy Floss Cotton Candy, Moose Creek BBQ, Picnic Box, Hawaiian ParadICE, JJ Fro Yo Go Ice Cream

Education Speaker: Patrick Najmulski giving a talk on the UH-1 Huey in American Service

Activities: Boffer Swords, Bouncy Houses, Sonic Squirrels (robotics team), Face Painter, Pacific Science Center (Volts & Jolts & Engineering Hands on Exhibit), Craft Tables, Educational Lecture, Military Re-enactors, Living Computer Museum & Labs Booth, MoPOP Booth, Live Band, and more!
Event Schedule
10AM    Doors Open
11AM   Vehicle Demonstration
12PM   Educational Speaker
1:30PM   Flying Show
3PM   Flying Show Ends
4PM   Event Ends
5PM   Museum Closes
Ticket Info
Day of Ticket Pricing
Child ages 5 and under    Free
Youth ages 6-17   $10
Adults ages 18+   $20
Family Pass*   $50
*Family Pass includes 2 adults, 4 youth same household

  • Attendance at this event indicates approval for you and children in your care to be photographed or videotaped by FHCAM and third party media for editorial and promotional use. Pictures and video from this event may be used on www.flyingheritage.com, Facebook, YouTube, or other social media sites.
  • Visitors should expect loud noise due to the operation of aircraft, tanks, and guns.
  • Commercial photography, selfie sticks, ladders, alcohol and weapons are prohibited.
  • FHCAM reserves the right to remove anyone from this event at our discretion, without refund, for disruptive, unsafe, inappropriate or similar behavior.

Where do I park?
Free parking and shuttle service will be available at:
9819 Airport Rd., Everett -- Bomarc Building (follow FHCAM SkyFair signage)
Buses run from 9:30AM-5:00PM

ADA parking available at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (3407 109th St SW in Everett).

Where are the restrooms?
Restrooms are located in both of our hangars as well as throughout the event space. For exact restroom locations, please refer to your event trifold which you will receive when you enter the event.
Will food and beverage be available at the event?
Yes, food and beverage will be available from some of Snohomish County’s most tasty food trucks. A full list of food vendors can be found on the event you are attending’s webpage. If you do not wish to purchase your lunch from one of our food vendors or have special dietary restrictions, please feel free to bring food and beverage into the event. Alcohol is prohibited.  
What can I bring with me?
This site is ADA accessible, stroller friendly, and service animal friendly. You are welcome to bring food and beverage into the event with you. For a list of prohibited items please view the rules section of this event page.
If I am a member, do I get into this event for free?
All 2017 FHCAM signature events are free to members!

Are my tickets refundable if they were purchased through BrownPaperTickets?
Unfortunately, FHCAM is unable to process refunds for tickets purchased through Brown Paper Tickets. You will need to contact them directly to see about a refund.
Will events be postponed due to poor weather?
FHCAM events will continue happen with our without the weather cooperation. If it is raining, all flying demonstrations will be held until we have approval from the tower to fly. In some cases, flying demonstrations will be canceled all together.

Paine Field
by Steve K. Bertrand

Book_PaineField.jpgThis pictorial history includes more than 200 images from the local community, historical societies, regional libraries, and state archives, and traces the rich history of Paine Field from its earliest days to its present status as a bustling airport and commercial aviation center.

Available in our gift shop >