Come see the Warbirds in Wiscasset

Hi everyone!  We are now settled into our summer home here at Wiscasset Airport, and we invite you to come out and see us and these amazing aircraft up close and personal.  We are here most every day unless it's raining, then we head out to eat lobster and shop!  As you can see by our calendar up here, we fly out and back to Wiscasset (KIWI) many times this summer.  These are excellent times for you to see these planes start, taxi, takeoff and land.  

Our summer address here at Wiscasset Airport is 108 Chewonki Road, Wiscasset, ME  04578.  We plan on staying in Maine until mid-October this year to get some great foliage and lighthouse shots!

Hope to see you soon.

Chris

11 comments (Add your own)

1. Carolynn McFarlane wrote:
We were at the beach in OOB today when you guys did the air show. It was a beautiful afternoon to watch pieces of history in the sky. Our 13 year old son is an aviation enthusiast and you trully made his vacation. He was rapid to tell us about the history of each plane and their roles in different battles.

Thank you for a wonderful show!

The McFarlane Family form Montreal, Canada

Wed, August 15, 2012 @ 5:14 PM

2. Jean Orne Labbe wrote:
My husband, sister and I were at the Great Maine Airshow yesterday, August 25, 2012 in Brunswick, Maine. We were very fortunate to watch the many talented pilots demonstrate their skills in flying high performance planes, which included the Airforce's Thunder Birds. What made this the Greatest Maine Airshow ever was the talented pilots who showed us their special flying skills while flying the historical planes of WWII. My husband who also is a pilot really appreciated the dedication and devotion of preserving these planes of our history for not only us but hopefully the next generation. I know that I can speak for my husband, Robert P. Labbe in saying that he was so very glad we attended yesterday's airshow. Thankyou very much for your contribution. If it's possible to view these planes at the Wiscasset Airport, we'd love to view them again even if it is only on the tarmac. Hopefully their is some history planfitts to learn even more about the different planes. Thanks again. We both really loved you different planes.

Sun, August 26, 2012 @ 10:54 AM

3. Fred and Sandy Taylor wrote:
Everyone on OOB lovef your show. It was amazong!!

Sun, August 26, 2012 @ 7:39 PM

4. Mia wrote:
Temple Square in downtown SLC is a big toiusrt draw. If you like family history/genealogy be sure to stop by the LDS Family History Library right next to Temple Square their collection is amazing. They have a fun children's museum in downtown SLC from what I remember. This is the Place State Park is neat if you want to see what life was like on the frontier. You ought to drive out on the salt flats (there are rest stops if you are just going by on the highway and want to make a quick stop) just to see what they are like makes for a fun photo opportunity too with the background. 0 likes

Sat, September 8, 2012 @ 10:03 AM

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Sun, September 9, 2012 @ 10:42 PM

6. Keith wrote:
I SO enjoyed my P-51 ride yesterday - thank you, TFL, Nick and Mark. Incredible!

Sun, October 7, 2012 @ 8:56 PM

7. Pete G. wrote:
Saw your group leaving Sanford Regional Airport yesterday afternoon, Oct.8th, was quite surprised at the sight of four war birds taking off in an area you don't often see them... then I find your group is summering in Wiscassett! Hope your trip to TX goes great and see you all next summer!

Tue, October 9, 2012 @ 8:14 PM

8. Ken Baker wrote:
Very much enjoyed your visit this summer to Wiscasset. You flew over my house in formation the end of August to the Brunswick Airpost event. Wish I could post a picture for you here.

Hope you are back next summer.

Regards,
Ken

Wed, October 10, 2012 @ 1:10 PM

9. Dave Drever wrote:
The Texas Flying Legends, Planes and Pilots alike take their place in avaition history. Seeing these vintage aircraft in my back yard is truly a lifetime experience. I was lucky enough to get a ride in a P-51 that made my dreams come true.
I just learned that one of the pilots lost his life practicing for a air show in ND. I only had a brief talk with this man and his planes, but feel I have lost a friend. May God Bless.
Hope to see the legends again at Wiscasset in the summer of 2013

Reguards:
Dave

Thu, October 18, 2012 @ 1:43 PM

10. Dave Drever wrote:
The Texas Flying Legends, Planes and Pilots alike take their place in avaition history. Seeing these vintage aircraft in my back yard is truly a lifetime experience. I was lucky enough to get a ride in a P-51 that made my dreams come true.
I just learned that one of the pilots lost his life practicing for a air show in ND. I only had a brief talk with this man and his planes, but feel I have lost a friend. May God Bless.
Hope to see the legends again at Wiscasset in the summer of 2013

Reguards:
Dave

Thu, October 18, 2012 @ 1:44 PM

11. The Buck Family wrote:
We were there. Awesome and what a thrill to see the P40. P51, Avenger, and Corsair all flying and with 40's music in the back ground.. when you could hear it. The interviews with vets were great and what a legacy. PLEASE COME BACK.

Wed, December 10, 2014 @ 9:26 PM

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