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Yanks Air Museum, Chino

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  • Photos can be trying as planes are squeezed close together. Your photography skills will be put to the test. Some very rare aircraft in the collection make a visit to this museum worthwhile. Aircraft ...  more »
  • Pricing was fair. Very Commercial. Pushy about closing early. Clean exhibits. Not sure how many of the hangar Queens actually run. Large inventory of important aircraft.  more »
  • While visiting relative in LA, I spent a Saturday afternoon wandering through this extensive collection. A great way to see finely engineered (and now well-restored) machines up close. I especially li...  more »
  • Used to stop here all the time before heading to the Planes of Fame Airshow. I come to the air show to watch planes fly and talk to youngsters who are interested in seeing planes do what they do best "FLY". I'm a WWII Tuskegee Airmen Red Tail Pilot, Korea and Vietnam was veteran. The Airshow is a great place to meet up with my old flying buddies and remember what it was like to be in our particular aircraft. I cannot understand how your love for aviation and how many new customers will see your museum during the Airshow can be any better without it. I hope the courts listen to the public because this Airshow brings more business to others and the city than to worry about little ole you. Pull up your big boy pants and let the Airshow make continue until then I will not be coming to your establishment
  • I was so impressed by the selection of aircraft at Yanks Air Museum. I was so happy to see the UH-1 Huey there as my grandfather was a pilot of this helicopter. I believe there are over 200 aircraft. They have a boneyard and restoration area where you can see the mechanics restoring the aircraft - it's very impressive. They also have a cute (aviation-themed) kids ride (first ride is free).
  • Sorry I can't recommend Yanks Air Museum, even though I am a huge supporter of Aviation Museums. The recent lawsuit against Planes of Fame Air Museum and it's airshow have shed a true negative light on this museum. News travels fast in the aviation community. Aviation enthusiasts and history buffs here in Arizona won't be supporting travel to this museum after learning about its most recent action. Yanks Air Museum is obviously not a true supporter of the preservation of aviation history. Nobody in the community wants to freely support such a negative establishment.
  • I have great memories at this museum. I also love the Chino Airshow. General Aviation is under attack on so many fronts. In my heart, this betrayal from within. The worst kind.
  • Very sad to see a supposed air museum using the courts to attack a well run, historically important, and extremely popular air show. These people are an example of what is going wrong with our country now. I'm sure they sit around at night in their homes and express disgust about what our infighting lawyer/politicians are doing, and then they come into work and hire lawyers to start a legal fight because they don't want to be inconvenienced by an air show at the airport. Now who is disgusting?