The F-117 Experience

This is YOUR opportunity to view the F-117 Stealth Fighter #-833 with an exclusive visitor experience! The Palm Springs Air Museum is launching a series of 6 limited events for the public to view this incredible aircraft up close and personal with an experienced interpreter as a guide for the evening.

Each experience lasts 90 minutes and will feature a different Skunk Works Expert or F-117 pilot to interpret the airplane, and will include a different Limited Edition T-Shirt for each event, and a chance to look inside the cockpit for each session. There will also be plenty of photo opportunities!

The F-117 is not on regular display, these events are the only way to view the aircraft until complete restoration is complete in Spring 2021. Each event is limited to 117 attendees.

F-117 Experience dates
Friday October 30th; Friday and Saturday November 27th and 28th; Saturday, December 26th; Saturday, January 2nd; and Saturday, February 6th. Each experience will take place in the evening at 5 PM.

Confirmed Interpreters
Friday, October 30th – SOLD OUT
Steve Justice, Former Director of Advanced Systems Development at Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works Division

Friday, November 27th
Steve Justice, Former Director of Advanced Systems Development at Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works Division

Saturday, November 28th
James “JB” Brown, former Chief of Flight Operations, Lockheed Martin Skunk Works Division

Saturday, December 26th
Neil Kacena, Vice President, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin

Saturday, January 2nd
Major General Gregory A. Feest (USAF, Ret), Executive Director, National Commission on Military Aviation Safety.

Saturday, February 6th
Bob Loschke, F-117 Flight Control Systems Research, Flight Control System Analysis, Development, and Testing – 36 years with Lockheed Martin in-flight systems development

Ticket Information
These very limited availability tickets are $45 each or $245 for the entire series of 6 (six) Experiences.

Stealth Fighter F-117A #833 is the second-highest combat mission aircraft in the fleet, logging 75 combat hours during Operation Desert Storm and Allied Force. The aircraft was also the 49th Wing Commander’s aircraft during Operation Allied Force. In total, the aircraft has 5,140 hours of flight.

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