Yes my friends, you are all welcome to see what we believe is the greatest airfield on this planet. For over 50 years this piece of aviation earth has had a character and charisma all its own. It is a land of history embedded in its name alone, along with all sorts of antiques about to back up its stories. There is so much to see and do at this exciting "Airfield-Park", called Van Sant, that you just have to come and experience a day in paradise for yourself.
Our job is to educate, provide entertainment, restore, maintain, fly and have fun while staying safe and conservative. With respect and a focus on happiness, our success will follow with the help of you, our friends, neighbors and fellow aviators.
Rides, instruction and rentals are available within this flying circus of Biplanes, Cubs, Champs, Taylorcrafts and Gliders. Many other makes and models of antique aircraft are based on or visit our field that it feels like we have our very own airshow every weekend while antique - classic cars & motorcycles are lining the parking lot. The picnic area provides a fantastic shaded spot to watch those magnificent men in their flying machines take to the sky on a calm sunny afternoon.
During the week, if the time is right, you may want to stroll down to the shop "Old School Aviation" and see what restorations are being given to some old mechanical birds.
Come, sit, ride, fly, tell stories, watch and enjoy being a part of our new and old comrades giving the gift of flight.
Open to the public.
Summer: Wednesday thru Sunday 9:00 to 6:00. Winter: Wednesday thru Sunday 8:30 to 4:00
Then again, good weather is flying weather; we'll be here, just call!
Bar & Dannie @ 610-847-1119
Van Sant is a great destination of choice for two-wheelers. So to help you motor and pedal bikers get even more out of your weekend ride, we are offering a 10% discount on a Travel Air ride for two (weight limit 350lbs.) Call us for your reservation - Toll Free 1-866-MUST FLY (1.866.687.8359).
Gift Certificates Available On All Our Aircraft.
Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of earth, and danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings - John Gillespie Magee, Jr.