Saturday May 4th 10AM-3PM – San Carlos, CA. – Come see this beautiful Grumman Mallard along with other fantastic seaplanes on Saturday, May 4th at Seaplane Adventure at the Hiller Aviation Museum. Seaplane Adventure features a fly-in of “amphibious” aircraft from around the western United States. These planes can operate from land as well as water, and will arrive in the morning for display at the Museum.
Inside the Museum, we will celebrate the grand opening of our new centerpiece exhibit, a Grumman HU-16 Albatross, last and largest of the famed Grumman amphibians. The Museum’s aircraft, N44RD, participated in an around-the-world flight following the path originally flown by Amelia Earhart in 1937. The Museum’s Albatross was graciously donated by local businessman and philanthropist Mr. Reid Dennis.
For more on the the days activities and what airplanes are attending click here.