Saturday, May 14th the Fargo Air Museum will host the Youth Aviation Camp: Signs, Signals, and Codes. Students will learn the different types of aviation signs, signals and codes and will discuss the importance of signaling in emergency communications.
Don't miss out on the Fargo Air Museum's Youth Aviation Camps throughout the year. They are tremendous fun and educational too! Check out the complete listing of all of our events for this year by clicking the "Read More" button!
The Fargo Air Museum hosts a variety of events from groom's dinners, weddings, corporate award dinners, customer appreciation events, fundraisers, company picnics, family reunions/anniversaries and more!
The museum showcases historic non-flying aircraft and engine exhibits. An EAA 317 Wright flyer replica, Pitts Special, ME 109, Huey helicopter, Iskra Jet, DC-3 and other historic aircraft. Aviation and military exhibits range from the North Dakota Wall of Aces, Carl Ben Eielson, Charles Lindbergh, the Golden Era, air racing, Tuskegee Airman and more.
The majority of our planes fly ranging from the new L-39 Jet, P- 51 Mustang, PT 19 Fairchild, TBM Avenger, F4U Corsair, L 2 and L-19 Bird Dog! And, many times we have guest flying aircraft on exhibit throughout the year. We get excited about oil pans underneath our planes and the startup of our engines on the ramp!