Airpark is Closed
All aircraft temporarily closed
Airpark Closed: Jan 20
Airpark Re-opens: Feb 14
-- Airpark Update --
What used to be The Museum of Flight Airpark is getting a new home, and moving day is Jan. 31. Three aircraft - the Concorde, Air Force One and Lockheed Constellation - will be towed across the street from their former locations to join the Boeing 787 Dreamliner already parked next to the Museum. Beginning Feb. 14 the Airpark will be conveniently adjacent to the Museum’s main entrance facing Boeing Field. A formation with the Concorde, Air Force One and Dreamliner will mark the new Airpark, while the Constellation will be stationed directly in front of the Museum’s front door.
The public is invited to watch the planes little journey across the street to their new home beginning at about 7:30 a.m. The Museum will open an hour early - 9 a.m. - for the occasion. The 787 Dreamliner, Concorde and Air Force One are now closed to the public until Feb. 14. Museum visitors from now until the opening of the Airpark will receive a rain check, good for admission to the Airpark anytime after it opens on Feb. 14.
- Airpark closed January 20, and re-opens February 14
- Aircraft moved to new locations: January 31
The Museum of Flight Airpark
Walk among the giants of aviation in the Museum of Flight's Airpark, home to America's First jet Air Force One, the sleek and supersonic Concorde, and the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner. All of them open for boarding during regular Museum hours (subject to weather closures).
Admission for Airpark can be purchased in the main Museum building.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner ZA003 is open for public viewing daily from 11:30am to 3:30pm (weather permitting).