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EAA 1929 Ford Tri-Motor takes off against dramatic cloudy skies

Ford Tri-Motor Event in the News

February 8, 2017

Photos from the Santa Rosa Press Democrat of the EAA Ford Tri-Motor visit to the Pacific Coast Air Museum February 2-5

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Santa Fly-In December 17: Free for Everyone

December 1, 2016

Every year, the Pacific Coast Air Museum welcomes jolly old St. Nicholas to the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport, and this year is no different. On Saturday December 17, the Man in Red will be flying in to the grounds adjacent to the Museum in a helicopter provided by Helico Sonoma. Gates open at 10:00 … Continue reading “Santa Fly-In December 17: Free for Everyone”

Two people sitting in a blue 1965 classic Ford Mustang convertible, parked in front of a silver and red P-51 Mustang fighter plane.

Mustang Roundup in Just a Few Days

June 9, 2016

Muscle cars, P-51 Mustang aircraft, food, and fun!

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Pacific Coast Air Museum Board Member Don Mackenzie Lost in Plane Crash

February 1, 2016

Pacific Coast Air Museum Board Member Don Mackenzie and Marsha Gastwirth were killed around 7:00 pm Thursday January 28, 2016 when their plane crashed.

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The Ford Tri-Motor has already made several flights today. Conditions remain VFR. If you want to fly, phone the EAA at 920-379-8339 to confirm weather and flight status. And thank you everyone for your great comments! Share this post with others and spread the word!

And thank you John Nelson for providing these incredible black and white photos of the "Tin Goose" sitting on the ramp yesterday outside of Sonoma Jet Center at the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport!
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There’s always something great going on at the Pacific Coast Air Museum. We have Open Cockpit weekends once a month,  special events throughout the year, and regular hot dog lunches. We host school field trips, special group tours, birthday parties, and family get-togethers, all among our collection of historic aircraft and educational exhibits.

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