The American Airpower Museum will host a day of precision flying by vintage military aircraft on Labor Day weekend.
The museum, which successfully reopened to the public on August 1, is using the event on Saturday, Sept. 5 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Besides the precision flying exhibitions performed with WWII bombers and fighters, the event, which takes off at 10:30 a.m., will feature family-friendly flight demonstrations and the museum’s unique collection of military aircraft.
The American Airpower Museum is located at Hangar 3 at 1230 New Highway at Farmingdale’s Republic Airport.
Admission for adults is $13, seniors and veterans $10 and children $8. Due to the need for social distancing, admission will be limited to first come/first served and a maximum attendance of 150 persons will be allowed on the outdoor ramp area. Visitors will be required to wear face masks and have temperatures digitally taken at the entrance.