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26th of May, 2022

Due to the substantial road construction and infrastructure projects that have begun on Merrill Avenue, as well as continuing construction work on Euclid and other streets adjacent to the Chino Airport, Planes of Fame Air Museum will not be able to conduct its Airshow at the Chino Airport in 2022.  

“The road construction work that is ongoing is expected to continue throughout the rest of the year,” said Jerry Wilkins, executive director of the Planes of Fame.  “As such, a workable solution to traffic and parking could not be found.”

The Museum will continually monitor the road and infrastructure projects surrounding the airport with the goal of bringing the Airshow back to Chino sometime in the future.

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