The High Sky Wing is excited to bring you the 3rd annual “Twelve Nights of Christmas Flights”!
The excitement of Christmas night flights will begin on December 12 in our C-45 “Spirit of West Texas”. See the Christmas lights from the air! Flights are scheduled every 30 minutes from 6:30 p.m., with last flight at 9:30 p.m. Flights depart from the CAF High Sky Wing Main Hangar at Midland International Air & Space Port.
Flight dates: December 12th through December 23rd
Cost: Cabin Seat $75 per person (4 seats per flight); Co-Pilot Seat $145 (one seat per flight); Entire Plane $425 (all 5 seats).
Riders must be 5 years or older; all children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Passengers must be able to enter and exit the aircraft under their own mobility.
To book your flight: Call 432-703-3142 or Email email@example.com
Join us for complimentary hot chocolate, cookies & LOTS OF FUN! The Midland Army Air Field Museum will also be open during the flights.
*Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled flight to sign paperwork. Payment will be accepted at this time; cash or credit card. There will be lights and signs to direct you into the parking lot. Address: 9600 Wright Drive, Midland, TX. Wear comfortable and warm clothing and shoes. BRING YOUR CAMERA!!!
Christmas Night Flights (Click on link to view flier)
Take a ride! Come out to the Veterans Appreciation Fly-In & Car Show at Andrews County Airport for a Living History Flight Experience in a warbird on Saturday, November 12 from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Join the High Sky Wing in Andrews! Admission is FREE.
Flights are available in:
T-6/SNJ $250 (1 seat) Rider must be 12 or older.
T-28 $350 (1 seat) Rider must be 18 or older.
C-45 $75 ea. (4 cabin seats); $145 co-pilot (1 seat); $395 Entire plane (5 seats). Riders must be 5 or older
*Riders age 5 to 17 require a hold harmless signed by the legal guardian. Flights scheduled every 30 minutes.
To book a flight, call 432-703-3142 or come out to the Andrews County Airport. Cash or credit card accepted.
Visitors should be able to find us now. Thanks to Bill Coombes, Lyle Thornton and Buffy Cooper (and anybody else I don’t know about) for all their work in putting this together. The plan is to place this new sign at the corner of Wright Drive and Windecker Street.
The new MAAF Museum sign
On Saturday, June 18, two new plaques were mounted on the Veteran’s Wall of Honor; one for HSW member H.A. Tuck and one for Jerry Alan Skinner, the father of HSW member Randy Skinner. These are the first two plaques of the MAAF museum era and we are proud to add them to the more than 1,000 plaques already on display.
If you, or someone you know has a friend or loved one to honor, please contact Greg Gutting (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about a plaque.
Henry A. Tuck, Jr. and Jerry Alan Skinner, our two newest honorees.
On Saturday, June 18, eight HSW aircraft went wheels up at about 0830 hrs for a trip to Hobbs, NM for a fly-in (a show off for us). There were quite a few aircraft at the fly-in and a lot of spectators. Another opportunity for the HSW to strut our stuff and spread the word about our wing and our mission. Thanks to all who participated.
Click on the link for a very short clip of aircraft returning to MAAF