• And the winner is!

    The North Cascades Vintage Aircraft Fly-In 2015 is in the log books and here are the winners in our various categories. Congratulations to them and to all who participated in the Fly-In. We look forward to seeing all of you at next year’s event. GRAND CHAMPION 1954 Cessna 170B [no picture available at this time] […]

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  • Drew at NCVAM July 2015 FlyIn

    July 2015 FlyIn Recap!

    The following post by Jim Jenkins, Director of Operations, North Cascades Vintage Aircraft Museum: The 2015 Concrete North Cascades Vintage Fly-In is now history . Now into it’s 32nd year, the event has proven to be a favorite fly-in for individuals to camp under their wing or just to fly and spend the day. The […]

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  • It’s Official! We just received a recreation of a 1929 Boeing P-12C. A Plane that Saved Boeing.

    Thanks to a generous donation by father and son, Eldon and Paul Lange, the museum now has a recreation of a 1929 Boeing P-12C. The duo spent two decades assembling and building this P-12C to 80% replication. The P-12 line was purchased by the U.S. Navy to be the primary aircraft carrier based fighter. It was the last wooden […]

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  • The Little Mooney That Could

    My name is  Drew Jenkins and I am one of the employees here at the North Cascades Vintage Aircraft Museum and I just recently earned my Private Pilots License after a long road at the beginning of 2015. My Dad and I are sitting in the office one day and he says “Heritage Flight Museum […]

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  • Interview with pilot Erin Brueggen of EAA Vintage Aircraft Association

      It seems that every month is a good month to celebrate women in aviation here at NCVAM! Recently we spoke to Erin Brueggen, the Executive Administrator at EAA Vintage Aircraft Association in Oshkosh, WI. Here is what she had to say: NCVAM: When did you learn to fly and in what plane? Erin Brueggen: […]

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  • Flight Instructor and Friend Julie Hubner

    In celebration of NCVAM’s Women in Aviation this month, we spoke with Julie Hubner, a British pilot living here in Washington State. That is Julie in the picture standing next to her “Wedgewood blue and clotted cream modified Piper J3 Cub” (I love her description of the color!) Her aircraft is parked on the State […]

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