Princeton Museum takes flight

An aviation exhibit is being planned for the Princeton Museum, featuring one of the first flight simulators used to train pilots.

A Link trainer similar to this one will be on display at the Princeton Museum. It is first-generation flight simulator used to train thousands of Second World War pilots.

An aviation exhibit is being planned for the Princeton Museum, featuring one of the first flight simulators used to train thousands of Second World War pilots.

The exhibit will run from June 30 to July 31, and coincide with the Princeton International Air Show on July 21.

The museum will also have aviation-related items on loan from the Canadian Museum on Flight and local archive material telling Princeton aviation history.

Contest

The Princeton International Air Show is holding a draw for an air show souvenir. Be the 15th person to email news@princetonairshow.ca with the correct answer to: Which two aircraft from the Canadian Museum of Flight are coming to this year’s show?

Volunteers needed

The Princeton International Air Show is looking for volunteers for security, the souvenir booth, kids corner, program sales, aircraft security and ground maintenance.

Fill out the volunteer form to apply.

 

 

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