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What better way to spend Father’s Day weekend than saluting our veterans at the picturesque Teterboro Airport, as The Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey hosts its annual vintage aircraft and car show. This charming family event features WWII Airplanes, helicopters, and other unique aircraft. In past years, classic cars such as an original Corvette ’“ and even a Batmobile ’“ have been on display for the enjoyment of adults and children alike.


On the ground and in the air, this will be a great affair (yup, cheesy, but good)


When: Saturday, June 20th ’“ 9a to 5p & Sunday, June 21st ’“ 9a to 4p

Where: Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of New Jersey at400 Fred Wehran Drive Teterboro, NJ. There is no parking at the airport. Follow signs for FREE off-site parking, with FREE bus service to/from the exhibit area.

Costs: All proceeds benefit the Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey, a non-profit organization wholly invested in bringing excitement and understanding of aviation to all generations. Donations of $15 for Adults and $8 for seniors and children over three are strongly suggested. Veterans (proudly wearing a veterans cap of any kind), and Active Duty Military (with I.D.) are welcome to enjoy for free.

Some fascinating aircraft are already committed to Wings & Wheels, including an Aero L-29, a Curtis SB2C Helldiver, a P-47 Thunderbolt, and a Grumman TBF Avenger. For those who are not content to stay on the ground, the B-17G ’œYankee Lady’ will be returning once more to offer breathtaking rides for a small fee.

Military memorabilia and informative displays on aspects of aviation will deck the halls of the hangar, while live performances will entertain. Hope to see you there!

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Finally…some warbirds on this site! Thanks, D!

Mike H.

Hey Mike,

I am all about adding different aspects of aviation that our writers are into. Although I have an interest in warbirds, I am not passionate (like I am with airliners). Just turns out that not many of the writers are really into them either :(.

David | AirlineReporter

Oh, I understand your points completely…some folks like chocolate, some like vanilla and others, supposedly, like Neapolitan! I don’t expect warbirds here, so that why I made the comment. I just appreciate the post, as the connection between military and commercial aviation is indelible…without former warbird pilots, the cockpits of many airliners would’ve been (and would be today) empty!

Mike H.
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