The American Airpower Museum Celebrates
The End of Summer 2016 With a Day of Vintage Aircraft and Cars.
On Saturday September 3, 2016, The American Airpower Museum, located at 1230 New Highway, Farmingdale New York, celebrates the end of summer with antique aircraft and vintage automobiles. The classic biplanes of the Bayport Aerodrome Society will share the ramp with the American Airpower Museum’s fleet of WWII planes, jet fighters and automobiles from every decade form the 1920s to the 1970s.
The day is geared for families who are looking for something different and want to experience the thrill of aviation without the major expense and hassle of traveling to an air show. There will be flight demonstrations of various throughout the day.
Flight experiences in a Waco biplane will be available for those who want to experience flying the way it was meant to be; in an open cockpit with the sun in your face and wind in your hair. The more adventurous can try the AT-6 Texan, the WWII advanced trainer that every fighter pilot flew before they transitioned to planes like the American Airpower Museum’s P-40 Warhawk and F4U Corsair.
Date: Saturday September 3, 2016
Time: 10:30am to 5pm
- adults- $10
- Seniors(65 and over) – $8
- Veterans – $8
- Children 5-13 – $5
- 4 and under – free
- Active military are always free
For information call: 516-531-3950
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Give the Gift of Flight.
Please call (917) 690-1965 or email:email@example.com to book your flight experience.
(All flight experiences include complimentary admission to the museum for 4 friends or family the day of your flight)
Purchase a American Airpower Museum Flight Gift Certificate your friends and family. It’s more then just a flight it’s a life changing experience.
|C-47 D-Day re-enactment|
|WACO Bi-plane flight experience|
|T-6 WWII trainer flight experience|
Note: Flights are weather permitting from March through October above 50 degrees. C-47 Flight Experiences are done on Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekends.
75 Years of Thunder 2016
Celebrating 75 years of Republic Aviation Fighter Aircraft produced here in Farmingdale
Saturday May 28 – Monday, May 30th, 10am to 5pm
The perfect family event for Memorial Day Weekend. Featuring over 10 extraordinary and historic activities all centered around the American Air Power Museum in Farmingdale NY. Memorial Day Weekend is an extra special day with additional aircraft from all over the United States. Find out why AAM is the rated the number #2 activity in Farmingdale by Trip Advisor ratings or read more on our Testimonial page. When you visit this Memorial Day Weekend expect AAM to be even better!
Aircraft, Events and More
- The American Airpower Museum Warbirds
- The Republic Thunder Fighter Planes from 1941 to 2016 on display
- The Jones Beach Air Show Aircraft parked on our ramp
- Visiting Active Service A-10 Thunderbolt II Warthog
- WWII B-17 Heavy Bomber Yankee Lady offering flight experiences (For flight info and bookings : www.yankeeairmuseum.org)
- The Blue Angels Navy Precision Flight Team (at main terminal)
- Canadian Snowbirds Precision Jet Flight Team
- Breitling L-39 Precision Jet Flight Team
- Visiting Armor from the Museum of American Armor
- Flight experiences available of the AAM T-6 Texan and Waco Biplane
- C-47 D-Day Paratrooper Flight Experience (Monday May 30th Only) Don’t Miss out – Book your Flights now. C-47 flights fill up!
- Family Fun for All! Activities for Children and Adults
Children under 4 admitted free – Active military are always admitted free
Parking is Limited – Arrive Early
Call 631-293-6398 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Republic Airport – 1230 New Hightway – Farmingdale, NY 11735
www.americanairpowermuseum.org – a 501(c)(3) institute
Join us for an “egg-citing” morning full of hunting, prizes and the Easter Bunny himself! Plastic eggs will be hidden throughout the Museum including a special area for children ages 4 and under. Don’t forget to bring a bag to carry your eggs home and a camera to capture that special moment with the Easter Bunny! Entrance fee is regular admission and includes all day play in the museum after the Easter Egg Hunt!
Thursday February 18th from 11am – 1pm
with step by step instruction by The Tiny Artist, http://www.
3x winner of Bethpage Best of LI
canvas, paint, smock, brushes, easel rental, professional instruction
Plus full access to the museum
Join us on November 11,2015 at 10:30am when the AAM formally dedicates its A-10 Thunderbolt II.
Free admission until 12 noon.
Veterans with proof of service free all day.
On Wednesday, November 11th, the American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport, 1230 New Highway, Farmingdale, NY will pay tribute to our men and women of the United States Armed Forces with the dedication of its A-10 Thunderbolt II jet better known as the Warthog. Among the invited guests will be veteran A-10 pilots and troops who have had firsthand experience of the A-10s devastating effectiveness on the battlefield. Former Fairchild Republic workers who were part of the A-10 program will also be on hand.
The A-10 is itself a distinguished veteran of the Middle East conflicts first having shown its capabilities during the Operation Desert Storm in 1992 where is was used to decimated Iraqi armor. Many of the combat veterans will tell you how relieved they felt when A-10s arrived overhead. The plane has been in a love hate relationship with the Air Force since it was conceived in the early 1970s. It is neither sexy nor high tech like the F-16 or F-35. It was designed for a single purpose; close support of our ground troops.
The American Airpower Museum received its A-10, serial number 80-0247, from surplus through the General Services Administration and the New York State Office of General Services last year. It was shipped via truck from Davis Monahan Air Force Base in Arizona to Republic Airport.
Visiting veterans will be offered the opportunity sign up to participate in our living history interview program. A recruiting station will be setup for anyone interested in joining the American Airpower Corps of volunteers. Refreshments will be served to all who attend.