NASA’s DC-8 Announces Low-Altitude Final Flight Over Idaho

NASA’s DC-8 Announces Low-Altitude Final Flight Over Idaho
NASA’s DC-8 Announces Low-Altitude Final Flight Over Idaho

NASA’s DC-8 aircraft.

NASA

NASA’s DC-8 aircraft will fly at low altitude over Pocatello, Idaho, and surrounding areas during its final flight from NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, to Idaho State University.

After 37 years of successful airborne science missions, the DC-8 aircraft is retiring at Idaho State University, where it will be used to train future aircraft technicians by providing hands-on experience at the college’s Aircraft Maintenance Technology Program.

Residents in the areas below will see and hear the aircraft as it flies to its new and final home.

Where: Pocatello, Idaho (and surrounding areas).

When: Wednesday, May 15, between 2:00-2:30 PM.

Additional details: All flyovers are conducted at a safe altitude without harm to public, wildlife, or infrastructure. Jet aircraft are loud and those with sensitivity to loud noises should be aware of the flyover window.

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