The Greater St. Louis Air & Space Museum and EAA Chapter 64 hosted a successful open house and fly-in Saturday at historic Curtiss-Wright Hangar 2, St. Louis Downtown Airport. Visitors toured the museum’s aerospace history galleries and viewed the aircraft parked in the hangar and on the adjacent ramp. The F-4 Phantom II fighter jet cockpit and child moving flight simulator were popular, and the pancake breakfast and burger/brat lunch kept everyone satisfied throughout the hot day. Special thanks to all of those who flew in from other home airports to visit with us and show off your aircraft. Another fly-in is being planned for the fall, so look for further details in September.