Pangborn's Festival of Flight

Clyde Pangborn in front of Miss Veedol airplane.

August 6, 2022 | 9:00 - 3:00pm
Pangborn Memorial Airport

East Wenatchee logo, orange airplane flying around yellow apple with dark green circle around it.Chelan Douglas Regional Port Authority

On October 3, 1931, Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Herndon left Sabishiro Beach in Misawa, Japan, to fly Miss Veedol across the ocean in the first non-stop, transPacific flight. After 41 hours in the air, Miss Veedol crash landed on the bluffs above East Wenatchee. The Wenatchee Valley has been connected to Misawa and the aviation world ever since and Pangborn's Festival of Flight was created to celebrate this historic event.

Join us for a new, family friendly, community event! Learn about East Wenatchee's aviation history, check out some amazing airplanes, grab some lunch from our delicious food vendors, then visit our exhibitors and have fun learning with their exciting Japanese activities! 

This event is in conjunction with the Chelan Douglas Regional Port Authority.

Thank you Sponsors!
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  1. Aviation
  2. Exhibitors
  3. Vendors

Commemorative Air Force

B-17 & B-25 Bomber Tours and Rides - Book online at FlyingLegendsTour.com

Book A Ride - August 5-7Seats are limited and prices vary

Plane Tours - August 2-7, $15 per person, $30 per family

B-17 Sentimental Journey
B-25J Mitchell "Maid in the Shade"
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