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Canceled: Dulles Day Plane Pull Festival


Due to inclement weather, this event has been canceled.


Fly (or drive) on over to Dulles International Airport on September 15, 2018, for the Dulles Day Plane Pull!

Benefiting Special Olympics Virginia, a program that provides year-round athletic training to athletes of all ages with intellectual disabilities, this special day includes a variety of events for visitors young and old! Enjoy live music, an amazing collection of classic cars and trucks, vintage planes, and modern aircraft, K-9 demonstrations, and a place just for the kids — the Kids Zone!

Like this? You might also like this opportunity: Flying Circus Airshow.

Plus, adults and kids are invited to compete, too! Adults can try to pull an Airbus weighing 84 tons in the Plane Pull (register/learn more), while your little competitor can compete in the Kids Truck Pull (register/learn more)!

Want even more? Check out our comprehensive calendar.

The day also includes a 5K/10K taking place on the runway — probably the flattest course you’ve ever encountered! Join 2,500 fellow runners on this certified looped course. Register and learn more here.

This super special event, held rain or shine, is hosted at Dulles International Airport — just head to the airport and follow this signs for parking!

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Disclaimer/Terms: This opportunity is subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this DullesMoms.com post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.


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