What: The Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum announces its annual Indoor Air Show Event.
When: Saturday, January 19th from 10a to 2p.
Where: Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum, 2810 West Park Highway, Ashland, Ne
The Indoor Air Show brings the fun and excitement of an air show inside with radio-controlled (R/C) models. The model pilots will demonstrate loops, flips, and barrel rolls in the museum’s climate-controlled Durham Restoration Hangar. The public is invited to attend and experience flight, learn about radio-controlled aircraft, quadcopters, and safe flying practices. Over seventy-five pilots will demonstrate their skills in a space that has 60-foot ceiling height, which enables them to practice acrobatic dives. R/C club pilots will fly throughout the day beginning at 10am and concluding at 2pm. The Indoor Air Show will include an interactive workshop on remote controlled drone and fixed wing flight, educational booths from aviation and R/C clubs, UNL, and more. An ultralight aircraft presentation will be held in the museum’s theater at 11am. Ultralight aircraft are one seat fixed-wing aircraft that are used for recreational flight. A pilot’s license is not required to fly an ultralight. The Indoor Air Show is held the same day as The Robot Zoo exhibition opening which includes Wildlife Encounters. The exhibition and events are included with general admission. The museum is open 9 am – 5 pm daily. General admission applies to non-museum members. Adults $12 | Military & Seniors $11 | Children 4-12 $6 | Children 3 and under FREE. For more information, please visit www.sacmuseum.org