Palm Springs Air Museum Announces MayFrontline Friday Fly-Overs to Honor & Thank Frontline Workers

Three Vintage Aircraft every Friday in May; Eight Aircraft will Fly on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25


WHEN:  Every Friday in May, starting at 1 PM

WHERE: Palm Springs Air Museum – tarmac, behind the Museum at            745 N. Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs

WHAT: Every Friday in May, leaving at 1 PM, three vintage warbird aircraft (C-47 Skytrain, P-51 Mustang, and the P-63 Kingcobra) will depart the Palm Springs Air Museum to make Frontline Friday Flights Over the Coachella Valley. May 1’s route consists of Palm Springs City Hall, Desert Regional Hospital, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Tribe Offices, Desert Water Agency and Cathedral City’s City Hall.  Each Friday, there will be a new flight path.  

Special Memorial Day Front Line Fly-Over with Eight Aircraft Flying over the Valley.

WHY: To salute our frontline heroes, essential workers, and medical personnel via a momentous air display throughout the Coachella Valley

The Palm Springs Air Museum is an educational non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve and honor our veterans while educating future generations. One of the largest collections of flying WWII aircraft, plus Korea and Vietnam era aircraft, 9,500 volume Library, flight simulators and tours through a flyable B-17 are housed in 86,000 square feet of climate-controlled exhibit space.  


Currently closed due to Covid-19, the Palm Springs Air Museum hosts a weekly Wednesday Warbird Tour on YouTube.


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