Kermit Weeks mentioned on Facebook that the staff at Fantasy of Flight have been uploading videos of the work being done by his staff to restore and maintain the fleet.
Florida Warbirds made it through the storm with only a power loss for 36 hours or so.
Known status, will update when known:
Fantasy of Flight: From Kermit:
Stallion 51: From KT — “All good at Stallion 51, Electricity is back on and we are flying on Tuesday“.
Wings over Miami: We are up and running! Miami Executive Airport did well during the storm.
The museum has some temporary hours. Please check before coming out to visit.
Sept 16 and 17: regular hours – 10am-5pm
Sept 18 and 19: Closed
Sept 20: Closed for maintenance
Sept 21: Regular hours – 10am-5pm
Sept 22: 10am-2pm
Sept 23 and 24: Regular hours – 10am-5pm
Valiant Air Command: “Good news, our collection safely made it through the onslaught of hurricane Irma, we are currently closed today to clean up and repair some exterior damage. We’ll try to keep you as up to date as we can while our volunteers deal with their own post storm clean up and power outages.”
Warbird Adventures: “Our “Entrance” sign that was pushed over by Hurricane Irma is completely undamaged. It’ll be standing again as our customers return tomorrow Sep 13 as we resume normal business hours. Come fly with us in this gorgeous September weather!”
Florida Air Museum: I heard that power is down on the Sun N Fun side of the airfield.
American Aero Services: Unknown
video credit: Charlie Firth
I dont have a confirmed time, but the Colling’s Foundation P-40B that was assembled at American Aero Services after being shipped from England, is leaving on Tuesday. The aircraft is heading to Thunder over Michigan.