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Founded in 1989, the
Pacific Coast Air Museum
is a non-profit organization whose mission is to To Educate and Inspire both young and old about our aviation heritage and space technology, to Preserve historic aircraft and artifacts, and to Honor veterans.

Welcome to the
Pacific Coast Air Museum!

Historic Aircraft, Education, Exhibits, & Events

Visit PCAM for fun and educational events or visit our museum to enjoy our exhibits and gift shop. We have more than 35 historic and vintage aircraft - many of which you can look inside on our Open Cockpit Weekends, and some you can even climb aboard!

Located at the
Charles M Schulz-Sonoma County Airport
One Air Museum Way
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Just off N. Laughlin Road
707-575-7900
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Lockheed Jetstar N377SA landingVintage Business Jet Donated to Pacific Coast Air Museum

The Pacific Coast Air Museum is pleased to announce the arrival of the Lockheed Jetstar business jet on Saturday April 30, 2016 as the newest addition to the Museum’s aircraft collection. The aircraft, which arrived at the Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport Saturday morning at approximately 9:30 a.m., was showcased at a reception at Sonoma Jet Center on Saturday morning and will be on display at the Museum soon.

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Hot Dog Thursday

July 7, 2016

Hot Dog Thursday
Join us on Thursday, July 7 for Hot Dog Thursday on the PCAM field. Have a great lunch among our airplanes. $5.00 for the regular hot dog lunch, $8.00 for two hot dogs.

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Member Meeting

July 20, 2016
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Air Show Meeting 6:00, same place

cover of book Amelia Earharts Shoes co-authored by our guest speaker Thomas King, PhDAuthor and archeologist Thomas F. King joins us to make a presentation on the continuing mystery of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan in 1937. Several different hypothetical answers have been provided to the question: “What happened to Amelia Earhart?” These include:

  • Ran out of gas and crashed into the Pacific
  • Captured by the Japanese and executed
  • Captured by the Japanese and survived
  • Hidden as part of an elaborate espionage operation by the U.S., Great Britain, or others
  • And others, some of which strain credulity.

Tom is the senior archeologist for The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR), and may be coming close to the answer.

An open Air Show meeting takes place at 6:00, same place. Feel free to attend and participate.

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June issue of "Straight Scoop" Newsletter Now Available

The June issue of the Pacific Coast Air Museum's monthly newsletter The Straight Scoop is now available.

In this issue:

  • Mustang Roundup in Just a Few Days
  • President’s Message
  • McKinley Aviation Club
  • Farewell from Ron Stout
  • July Bus Tour : USS Hornet
  • Flight Wing News: Beech Musketeer
  • Flight Simulator News
  • May Guest Speaker: Barbara Schultz on Pioneer Aviator Moye Stephens
  • June 15 Guest Speaker: Lou Shehi on FACs in Vietnam
  • Tribute to a Fighting Lady
  • And more!

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