Vintage Aircraft Take Over Paine Field

Aug 29, 2014 No Comments by

Step back into time at the Vintage Aircraft Weekend at Paine Field in Everett, Wash. It’s a rare chance to see beautifully restored vintage planes from the roaring 20s through the 50s over Labor Day weekend.

Visitors will be able to check out about 65 vintage and military planes, including some that fought in World War II. The show includes flying demonstrations and air formations, as well as period music, dancing and fashion. Organizers hope to pass along a bit of history to the young and old.

“It’s sort of an appreciation for art the beauty, also a period of technology, innovation and advancement,” said John Sessions, Historic Flight Foundation CEO.

For video and the complete story by Teresa Yuan of KING-TV, click here.

Photo by KING-TV

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