We have been covering the restoration of the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum’s Messerschmitt Me 262 for some time now, and the project is coming very close to completion at Morgan Aircraft Ltd. in Arlington, Washington State. While the first (and only) flight is still some time away, the museum is going to allow a relative handful of lucky people have a sneak-peak up close and personal of their remarkable prize on August 31st. This private unveiling, if you will, is going to take place months before museum visitors will get to see the aircraft when it is formally unveiled at the museum’s main campus at Paine Field in Everett, Washington. Tickets are available to the unveiling. See the press release below for further details…
About this Event
On August 31 join the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum at a secret location on Arlington Airport to see the Me-262 unveiled for the first time. This exclusive event will be capped at 250 guests so get your tickets fast before they sell out!
At this unveiling, Me-262 lead mechanic and restoration manager, Jason Muszala, will discuss the restoration process this warbird has undergone. There will also be a panel discussion with several other key restorers on the project. Me-262 test pilot Steve Hinton will also be onsite to answer questions.
Be sure to bring your camera. After the panel discussion there will be an opportunity to walk around this beautiful aircraft to take photos.
A detailed schedule will be released shortly.
Ticket Pricing: $50/pp (Tickets Available online – Click HERE)
This event will be capped at 250 guests and tickets will only be sold on Eventbrite.
No refunds will be offered on tickets once they have been purchased.
Please note that this is an offsite event and will not be hosted at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum. It will be hosted at a secret location on Arlington Airport. You must have pre purchased a ticket to attend. Once you purchase your ticket detailed parking and venue instructions will be emailed to you prior to the event.
For more information please contact Michael King, FHCAM’s education coordinator at 206-342-4262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org