Excitement is building for Fullerton’s Airport Day on Saturday, June 22nd, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The 6th annual event will feature displays of vintage and modern aircraft, classic automobiles, aviation-related exhibits, aircraft fly-bys, booths and vendors, and activities for children and adults. Admission and parking are free; airplane and helicopter rides will be available for a donation. “We try to have something for everyone here on Airport Day,” says airport manager Brendan O’Reilly.
Airport Day is expected to bring thousands of visitors to the airport, with local aviation businesses and others in attendance. Members of the Fullerton Police and Fire Departments will be present, along with representatives from Anaheim Police Department, California Highway Patrol, and Orange County Fire Authority. Airport Day provides an opportunity to showcase this Fullerton asset and the role it plays supporting the Southern California region.
The Fullerton Municipal Airport is located at 4011 W. Commonwealth Ave.
Visitors are encouraged to park at Buena Park High School to relieve congestion. Two large shuttle busses will be continuously operating throughout the day with underneath storage areas for bags, strollers, etc. Handicapped parking is available at the control tower/restaurant parking lot.
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