Newark Air Museum News Release
Canberra Saturday 2019
Saturday 18th May 2019
The preparatory work for the 2019 Canberra Saturday event on Saturday 18th May, 2019 is now almost complete. The event will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Canberra aircraft and will be centred on the museum's extensive collection of Canberra aircraft and cockpit sections.
The day will also mark the 20th anniversary of the Tribute to the Canberra event at our Gateway Aviation Site back in 1999, which was the forerunner of the ground breaking Cockpit-Fest event. As part of the event there will be a Canberra Reunion for former personnel who operated Canberra aircraft, with a number of veterans already having confirmed their participation at the event.
Canberra Saturday 2019 is also open to the general public and museum trustees, volunteers and staff have put together a range of visiting special displays and activities. On both days a number of museum aircraft will be open for people to visit - this will include the Canberra aircraft and cockpits at the museum. A small additional charge will be made for each aircraft visited (proceeds towards the museum's various aircraft restoration projects).
Newark Air Museum Canberra exhibits
Canberra B(I)8 mod - WV787
Canberra T.19 - WH904
Canberra PR.7 - WH791
Canberra T.17 cockpit - WH863
Canberra PR.9 test-rig cockpit
Large scale Canberra radar profiling model
Mainly Military Model display
Canberra related sales stall
Newark Air Museum model display - Canberra & associated aircraft models
Airfield Research Group display
Andy Ward - Large Models display
Blackburne Aircraft - Canberra B6 (mod) cockpit, WK124
John Davies & Grub Street Publishing - Canberra Boys Book sales
Stephen Dring - 3D display/sales
Rob Williams/Kooky & Kitsch Publishing Promo display - e-book & activities
Wingless Wonders - Display of panels, manuals helmets & parts
Vulcan To The Sky - Canberra PR.7 Cockpit, WT534 & Canberra WK163 return to flight displays
Canberra/aviation related sales stall
Canberra Flight Simulator 'flights' will be 'taking off' in Hangar 1
During the event digitised extracts from the Roland Beamont interviews that the museum recorded shortly before his death will be played in the Cinema area in Hangar 2.
Saturday 18th May - Dakota
(This will be subject to serviceability & suitable weather conditions)
Normal museum admission rates apply: Adults £9.00, Over 65s £8.00, Children £4.50 and Family ticket [2 adults & 3 children] £24.00.
Opening times; 10am to 5pm; last admission 4pm.
Full event details and exhibit lists can be found on the News & Information page of the museum website: www.newarkairmuseum.org
For further details please call 01636 707170 or send an email to email@example.com