Historic Flight at Kilo-7 offers a collection of the most important aircraft produced between 1927 and 1957—all restored and airborne again.

Our mission goes beyond serving as trustees of an era. We want you to experience the roar of our F8F “Wampus Cat” taking off. Watch engineers at work restoring the aircraft to flying condition. Share the rush of viewing international treasures from all angles.

Whether you’re an experienced aviator, a student of history, or a newcomer to our world, we want to spark and fuel your passion—both for aviation and for epiphanies born from hard labor. Our heroes did not leap from the bathtub shrieking, “Eureka!” They scrawled a sketch on a piece of paper. Got interested in an impossible challenge. And then they dove into the work. The reward? Innovation that astonished both them and us, and that continues to change our world.


April 3
“Aircraft Radios and Navigation”
HFF, 7 p.m.

Boeing Associate Technical Fellow John Somerville will discuss the transition from looking over the side to looking inside, 1927-1957. Join us to explore the earliest forms of navigation using terrestrial objects and landmarks, and use of the horizon to maintain level flight. The progression continues to light and beacon technology. John will present this history using radio panels of HFF aircraft, focusing on the role of human factors in systems design. Regular admission rates apply to the fourth presentation in HFF’s winter series on “The Grand Designs of the Golden Age of Aviation.”

April 6
“Aircraft Radios and Navigation”
HFF, noon

John Sommerville will reprise his Wednesday night presentation at noon on Saturday. Introduce a friend to HFF.

April 13
HFF, 8 a.m.
B-25 Ground School

Join our excellent flight instructors for a day-long ground school exploring the history, systems, performance, and emergency procedures for the type made immortal in the Doolittle Raid, the North American B-25 Mitchell. Participate in a pre-flight inspection of HFF’s N88972, “Grumpy.” This course is open to pilots and non-pilots. The $250 fee includes all training materials and lunch. Completion of the course is a requirement for pilots aspiring to earn a second-in-command type rating ($5,950) and for returning HFF B-25 pilots. Flight training for the second-in-command type rating will commence on April 14th, weather permitting. Enroll by calling Visitor Services at 425.348.3200.

May 11
HFF, 9 a.m.
Opening Day

Opening Day of flying season is May 11. Bid “Bon Voyage” to our Douglas C-47B/DC-3 as it departs at 3 p.m. for Normandy, France to participate in the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. Enjoy special exhibits, live music, picnic fare, and a noontime D-Day presentation by Mike Lavelle. Watch our storied fleet of aircraft take to the sky as Foundation members fly throughout the day. Join HFF and experience a flight yourself. Call Visitor Services at 425.348.3200.

This event is free for Foundation members. Non-members will be admitted at standard rates.

To participate in any or all of these activities, please call Visitor Services at 425.348.3200 or email visitorservices@historicflight.org.


10-5, Tuesday - Sunday.


$15 Adult Admission
$12 Senior/Military (65+)
$10 Youth (11-17 years old)
10 and Under Free

Reserve a Ride

Ever wanted to fly in one of our aircraft? It's as easy as 1-2-3. First, click on the Membership/Donate page. Next, pick the membership level corresponding to the plane in which you would like to fly. Finally, follow the sequence to enroll. Once payment is processed, you will receive an email from Visitor Services confirming your membership and offering alternative dates for your flying adventure.