MASSEY AERODROME MD1 – THE AIRPORT IS OPEN TO AIRCRAFT TRAFFIC.
Updates and News are posted on Facebook (See Link in Menu: Above Right).
The Massey Air Museum IS OPEN for Self-Guided Tours, pick up a Tour Guide sheet in the lobby and feel free to ask questions (we may be working in the shop or outside). If the hangar entry doors are closed we will be glad to open them so you can also walk through the two community hangars. Although the DC-3 gets too hot on sunny days, we’ll open the airstairdoor for you if it’s cloudy. The An-2 is not currently open. If your group is the only one in the museum (most likely) at the time you may remove your mask. The museum is restricted to no more than 10 persons at a time (unlikely, so don’t worry). The MUSEUM IS AIR CONDITIONED.
See what Massey looks like when the weather’s good – Look at pictures in our Photo Library by clicking on Link in Menu:Above, Right or directly to the album here: Massey Photo Library Album 6/13 & 6/14 activity: https://www.flickr.com/photos/massey_aero/albums/72157714771164143/with/50020189187/
MASSEY EVENT CANCELLATIONS:
SCHWEIZER 1-26 Fun Meet (WAS Sept 18-20)
Be cautious, Stay Well! MASSEY AERODROME IS OPEN!
EAA Chapter 1536 has voted to dissolve due, only in small part, to COVID 19. The primary causes were the member’s travel distances and the lack of a convenient, dedicated work space for the Piper Colt project. – Duane Brown, President,Madeline Lambrecht, Vice President, Bruce Lambrecht, Secretary/Treasurer
The wings, ailerons & flaps are on the Antonov An-2 Colt.
See new DC-3 & An-2 photos @ https://www.flickr.com/photos/massey_aero/albums/72157715186894166 or Album in Photo Library (Link in Menu: Above Right).
Tony Bruno’s “Aviation History Museums” Blog has included Massey in the latest issue (#14) and he did a fantastic job (unsolicited!). Use it to plan your driving tour of local Air Museums. Thanks Tony, what a pleasant surprise!