Last August Lance Sorensen of Selah displayed his RV-9A during McAllister Museum of Aviation’s “unique airplane presentations and flying demonstrations” series. On Saturday, Aug. 22, Sorensen will display his 1976 Grumman AA5A-0144 Cheetah. Completing construction of the RV kit plane took several years; the Cheetah was complete when Sorensen acquired it last January. It had […]
The newest offering in a Yakima company’s product line will be featured Saturday (Aug. 15) in our “unique airplane presentations and flying demonstrations” program. CubCrafters’ Carbon Cub FX will be shown by Brad Damm, the company’s direct sales manager. Unlike other CubCrafters airplanes, the Carbon Cub FX is offered only through the company’s builder assist […]
A 1946 Stinson Model 108 Voyager will be featured Saturday (Aug. 8) in our annual “unique airplane presentations and flying demonstrations” series. Brian Thompson of Selah will display the airplane he has owned since 2006. No changes have been made to the exterior of Thompson’s Stinson, but its original 150-horsepower engine has been replaced with […]
Lee Peterson owns the Marquart Charger MA-5 aerobatic biplane. The swept-wing open-cockpit Charger is powered by a Lycoming 360 engine that develops 180 horsepower. It cruises at 125 miles an hour and has a stall speed of 42 mph. It can fly four hours before refueling.
Pemberton and Sons Aviation of Spokane restored a 1928 Boeing 40C, flying it for the first time on February 17, 2008. It has visited our museum twice. For more information about this beautiful aircraft, visit their web site.