A father and son at a recent flight museum open house watched as one of the historic planes in the collection taxied down the runway for takeoff. (Tania Ryan photo)

Langley flight museum test flies a Pops and Props event

Here’s something to do on Father’s Day - visit the Canadian Museum of Flight on Sunday.

Canadian Museum of Flight introduces a new event aimed at all the fathers in the crowd.

The museum, located at the Langley Regional Airport, unveiled plans for its new Pops & Props, happening this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Dad can have his photo taken in a Canadian Snowbird or Starfighter jet, fuel up on Dad’s cookies, and pilot a paper airplanes. There’s also a chance to take the aircraft simulator for a flight, get up-close and personal with vintage aircraft, and watch flyovers (weather permitting).

Dads get in free with one other paid admission. The museum is located at 5333 216th St.

 

Just Posted

VIDEO: Sopwith takes flight for Father’s Day at Museum of Flight

Dads got in free Sunday at “pops and props” event

VIDEO: 89-year-old runner celebrates Father’s Day on the track

Spectators were on their feet Sunday morning cheering Langley’s Ike Thiessen across the finish line.

UPDATE: All lanes open after crash closed Sea-to-Sky near Lions Bay

Hwy. 99 not expected to re-open until 2:30 p.m.

‘Only in Aldergrove’ rec centre nears completion

Fabulous new Township of Langley facility will put our town on the map

BC Lions defensive back Marcell Young levels streaker in home opener

Young hit the fan near one of the 45-yard lines

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week

B.C. NHL prospect expected to make ‘full recovery’ after incident in Calgary

Jordy Bellerive was injured in a reported house fire Saturday night

Police: Taxi driver who hit 8 Moscow pedestrians fell asleep

Two Mexican World Cup fans were among those hit

B.C. VIEWS: Orphans of our urban drug culture neglected again

Child advocate Bernard Richard leaves B.C. with harsh message

From marijuana beer to pot cookies, Canadian companies creating cannabis edibles

Manufacturers think that edibles will do well with users who don’t want to smoke or vape

Privacy lawyer warns against victim blaming in recent sextortion scams

Perpetrators get sexual photos of the victim and threaten to share them with friends and families

Motorcycle crash sends man to hospital with life-threatening injuries

Rider collided with a car near Edmonds SkyTrain in Burnaby

QB Jennings leads Lions to 22-10 win over Alouettes

B.C. wins CFL home opener over Montreal

Most Read