New Aviation Museum to Open at Former Naval Air Station Pasco
After many years of fundraising and hard work the Pasco Naval Air Station has been restored and will be the 1st of it's kind in the Tri-Cities Aviation Museum.
Did you know the Tri-Cities Airport was originally the Naval Air Station (NAS) Pasco? In 1941, our community was transformed into the third largest Navy training base in the United States.
Malin Bergstrom is the president of Bergstrom Aircraft at the Tri-Cities Airport, Pasco and she serves as the Volunteer Board President for the Pacific Northwest Aviation Museum working to save and restore the historic NAS Pasco Control Tower. It is through her tireless efforts the the museum has become a reality.
The Naval Air Station Pasco Control Tower building is now fully restored and invites you to the Grand Opening of the first aviation museum in our community.. Friday August 24th 2018 Free admission. Ribbon cutting at 10am. Aircraft on display. Airplane rides for a fee. Everyone welcome.
“Saving history for the next generation, sharing aviation will all generations, honoring the Greatest Generation.”