Cape May Air Fest Labor Day Weekend

CollingsFoundation_3AirfestAirFest Returns Labor Day Weekend! Naval Air Station Wildwood 
September 4-7 from 9am-5pm.

Adults $14, Children $10. Includes walk through of bombers.
AIRFEST ADMISSION INCLUDED WITH NASW MEMBERSHIP… CALL (609) 886-8787 FOR DETAILS!

The Collings Foundation flies in with WWII bombers… B-24 Liberator, B-17 Flying Fortress, and P-51Mustang.
They will arrive around noon on Friday and depart around 2pm on Monday.
For flight reservations, call 800-568-8924 or visit www.collingsfoundation.org.
Flights start at $450 per person.

AirFest is NASW’s largest annual event & many great new events have been added to the already stellar lineup!
– Live Music (Romano Sisters, Bob Ferris Orchestra, Old School, DJ Ted Schwartz & DJ Skip Kehr)
– Magician Jim Combs
– Kids Activities
– Food Trucks
– Beer Garden
– Vendors
– Exhibits
– NASW’s 26 historic aircraft and other exhibits on display.

We hope you will join us for this exciting annual event!
Feel free to call with any questions… (609) 886-8787.

Sept. 4-7 19th Annual AirFest
In partnership with the Collings Foundation, AirFest will feature the WWII aircraft: B-24 Liberator, B-17 Flying Fortress, P-51Mustang, vendors, exhibitors, music, food, and much more. For flight reservations call the Collings Foundation at: 800-568-8924 or visit www.collingsfoundation.org

Naval Air Station Wildwood (NASW) Aviation Museum is a non-profit museum located at the Cape May Airport inside historic Hangar #1. Commissioned in April 1943, NASW served as an active dive-bomber squadron training facility during World War II. Today, Hangar #1 has been restored and transformed into an Aviation Museum that houses a number of aircraft, engines, special exhibits, and educational interactive displays. The museum invites visitors to explore aviation, New Jersey, military and WWII history through “hands-on,” fun and educational activities for the entire family! Bring the kids and travel back in time to this 92,000 square foot sampling of the 1940’s (and don’t forget your camera)!