• 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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  • Drew Licensed To Fly in a Piper Cherokee PA-28 180

    Drew Jenkins recently attained his private pilots license and he couldn’t be happier! So are we – congratulations Drew, on your hard work, dedication, and persistence! Everyone here at the museum is very proud of you and your achievements.   The plane Drew flew to get his license was a Piper Cherokee PA-28 180. This machine […]

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  • Preparing for Summer Fly-In Adventures

      Summer time is approaching at a zooming speed and the museum staff is preparing to participate in a handful of Fly-Ins across the country with our unique Hot Rod collection of beautifully restored aircraft. ​The team will be attending a total of five Fly-Ins between the months of July and September and will be flying […]

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  • Jackie & Harriet – Celebrating Two Women In Aviation

    May 11th is an important day for women aviators – it’s the birthday of not just one but two remarkable women who made names for themselves by their love of flight and the leadership roles they took among all aviators. First let’s talk about Jackie Cochran, possibly the better know of the two.  This image is from […]

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  • Self Guided Tours at North Cascades Vintage Aircraft Museum

    The North Cascades Vintage Aircraft Museum would like to announce that we now have Self Guided Tours available to all visitors! These handy maps allow you to go from hangar to hangar, experiencing these amazing aircraft at your own pace. The Self Guided Tour map displays all six of our hangars at Mears Field (3W5) which is owned by the […]

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  • Mr. Desmond’s Remarkable Aircraft Collection

    Earlier this month, our very own Jim Jenkins had the pleasure of going back to Malvern, PA for the opportunity to experience the remarkable collection of antique aircraft and spares collected over the past 45 years by the late John Desmond. Mr. Desmond, founder of the colonial-inspired Desmond Hotel and Conference Center in Albany, NY and another namesake […]

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