The Birds of Paradise Airshow team in Hawaii recently attended the 4th “Discover Your Future in Aviation” day at the Pacific Aviation Museum in Ford Island, Hawaii to fly remote control aircraft and conduct Candy Bombings twice during the day. The event welcomed over 700 scouts, families, and those interested in aviation as a career or hobby.
Two hangars and the tarmac in between were filled with hands on aviation activities, a flight lab, and interactive science exhibits for young and old. The Museum’s Education Center was flight central with career-fair booths such as the Hawaiian Airlines Pilots’ association, the Air Force, Sea Cadets, Island Airlines Explorers Club, Scouting badge activities, and of course, the Museum’s flight lab where everyone could learn to fly.
This museum is heavily involved in aviation education. They will be hosting several events throughout the summer that will encourage curiosity and exploration.
To learn more about the Pacific Aviation Museum, visit their website: http://www.pacificaviationmuseum.org/.
To learn more about the Paradise Flyers RC Club visit their website: http://www.pfrcchi.org/getting-started/thinking-about-flying-rc-aircraft.