The annual hangar party is just around the corner and organizers have a big plane to unveil.
The Aviation Heritage Park will hold their annual hangar party at Bowling Green Warren County Regional Airport this Saturday.
Gates open at five pm followed by opening ceremony, a meal and music performed by Skip Bond and the Fugitives.
What will be shown at the opening ceremony is a very prestigious plane.
"In 1986 when President Reagan directed the air strike on Libya in April 1986 why this airplane tail number 178 flew on that mission," said Aviation Heritage Park Board Member Arnie Franklin.
The plane also flew in Desert Storm.
Franklin said they expect more than six hundred people.
Tickets are still available at places like Ford's Furniture and Nat's Outdoors. They are also available online at aviationheritagepark.com. The cost is $30 dollars for adults and $15 for children, with kids under five getting in free.