Jet Air Museum

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A new fixture on the central North America airshow circuit is the T-33 “Mako Shark” from the Jet Air Museum headquartered in London Ontario.  I was so happy to see one of these 60 year old trainers done up in such a striking fashion that I joined the museum to show my support.  Last night I finally made the 2 hour drive down to London to attend a meeting.

With 2 T-33’s flying, one DH-115 Vampire very close to being airborne and more aircraft in reserve, the Jet Air Museum is very worthy of your support.  Drop by their website for information on their aircraft and be sure to check out how to become a member and/or get one of their 2012 calendars that gives you a chance to win a flight in the T-33 or Vampire or cash prizes.

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  1. This is a great experience for sure to fly high up in the sky. If I will be given this opportunity to carry a jet and do the exhibition or even just the parachute is an awesome experience. I love adventure and activities that’s full of excitement. The more excitement an activity will offer the more I love to try to experience it.


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