It has been confirmed that the Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum will reopen at Paine Field Airport, Everett, Washington, on 27 May, three years after closing.
The FHCAM closed its doors in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, the ownership of the museum has changed following the death during 2018 of its founder Paul Allen, its new custodian being the Wartime History Museum set up by entrepreneur, philanthropist and keen warbird pilot Steuart Walton. Following the weekend of 27-28 May, the FHCAM will be open on each Saturday and Sunday until 14 June, when its new weekly schedule will begin, opening from Wednesday to Sunday. Museum visits will be ticketed in advance, these becoming available from the FHCAM website on 1 May.