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Vintage in Review at AirVenture 2019

Join us each morning Monday through Friday beginning at 10:30 am and ending at noon.  Vintage in Review  is located in the Vintage Village on the flightline just west of the Red Vintage Tower.

10:30 am Monday through Friday:

Ladies for Liberty will open Vintage in Review each day with their musical tribute to the Andrews Sisters.

Remember “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree?” Ladies for Liberty is a singing troupe dedicated to performing the Andrews Sisters style of music through their own rendition of vocals, costumes, hairstyles and the spirit of patriotism reminiscent of the 1940s.

Each day Chairman Ray Johnson selects special aircraft on the field to display and to interview the owners, pilots and mechanics.  Comfortable bleacher seating is available as well as amplified sound so you can hear the interview over the roar of engines.


11:00 am each day –
Antique  Engine  Run-Ups

1915 OX-5 (90 H.P.) engine run conducted by OX-5 Pioneers David Hedgecock and Don Voland

1915 Gnome rotary engine (Replica) engine run conducted by Tony Wytenburg from New Zealand

Pilot and owner interviews will follow immediately each day after these opening engine run-ups.

Monday – Red Barn Store Day

1939 Spartan Executive NC17634, S/N 17, owned by Jim Savage, Gibsonia, PA will be featured today at Vintage in Review.

NC17634 is one of three Spartans used by the RAF in WWII.  It will have its RAF markings and be on display at the Red Barn all week.  Don’t miss this gorgeous plane.

Tuesday – Vintage Youth Day


Wednesday – Vintage Day


Thursday – Ladies Who Fly Taildraggers Day

Friday – 

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