Marketing Director Deb Hermann says the show brings the fun and excitement of an air show inside with radio controlled -RC- models. The model pilots will demonstrate loops, flips and barrel rolls in the Durham Restoration Hangar.
Hermann says the hangar has 20,000 square feet and a 60 foot ceiling so flyers can practice acrobatic dives. Planes will be in the air from 11 am until 3 pm. The show includes a display and information booths from several R/C clubs, an ultra light club, the University of Nebraska – Lincoln and more. They also have an ultra light aircraft presentation in their theater at 1 pm.
Hermann says visitors can also participate in their newest traveling exhibit, Tech City. She says this is an interactive exhibit that showcases engineering.
The museum is open daily rom 9 am to 5 pm. The Indoor Air Show is included with general admission.