Events

September 2, 2009

Wings & Wheels Expo at Teterboro on September 19-20

B-17 "Yankee Lady", seen here with a nice antiqued photographic effect, will be at this year's Wings and Wheels Expo. (Photo by Melanie Rose)
B-17 "Yankee Lady", seen here with a nice antiqued photographic effect, will be at this year's Wings and Wheels Expo. (Photo by Melanie Rose)
B-17 "Yankee Lady", seen here with a nice antiqued photographic effect, will be at this year's Wings and Wheels Expo. (Photo by Melanie Rose)

B-17 "Yankee Lady", seen here with a nice antiqued photographic effect, will be at this year's Wings and Wheels Expo. (Photo by Melanie Rose)

On September 19th and 20th, Teterboro Airport will be the site of the annual Wings & Wheels Expo!

The event, which benefits the New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame, will have a plethora of special visitors, including B-17 “Yankee Lady” from the Yankee Lady Association in Willow Run, Michigan,  C-54 Skytrain “Spirit of Freedom” from the Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation, and contributions from the American Airpower Museum in Farmingdale, NY in the form of an F4U Corsair, B-25 Mitchell bomber, and a TBM Avenger.

Open from 9am-5pm on Saturday, and 9am-4pm on Sunday, you will also have the privilege of enjoying the sites of exotic automobiles, military vehicles and exhibits from organizations such as the Army Air Forces Historical Association, the Paramus Flying Club, PANYNJ, US Army, US Air Force and many more.

Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children (under 12) and seniors. Children under 5 and active duty military personnel may enter for free.

The entrance to the event will be on Industrial Avenue at Route 46, with signs directing you to parking areas.

Be sure to stop by and have a great time!

You can see the event’s flyer here, or read about it on our message board discussion.

Here are some photos from past Expo’s…


Photo by John Musolino

Photo by John Musolino

Photo by Phil Derner, Jr.

  • Anonymous

    Tragedy outside expo: A 28-year-old mother of two from Little Ferry was struck and killed while walking along the shoulder of Route 46 East outside Teterboro Airport this afternoon, Moonachie Police Chief Michael J. Maguire told CLIFFVIEW PILOT. Claudia Suits attended The Wings and Wheels Expo at the airport with her family, then decided to walk home, the chief said. FOR THE FULL STORY, GO TO http://WWW.CLIFFVIEWPILOT.COM