NAHI Participants 2022
August 30, 2022: National Aviation Heritage Invitational

Up to date list of Aircraft NAHI will have on the Reno Ramp in 2022.
A wide array of beautiful testaments to Aviation History!

For Immediate Release: Reno, Nevada. We are pleased to share the list of aircraft participating in the 2022 National Aviation Heritage Invitational. * Aircraft are judged in five categories, Classic, Antique, Large, Military and Contemporary. The overall winner will be awarded the Neil A. Armstrong Aviation Heritage Trophy.
Please come see these beautifully restored aircraft at the Stihl National Championship Air Races, September 14-18, 2022. The public attending the Air Races can vote for their favorite and the winning aircraft will be awarded the People's Choice award.

Aircraft Category
1969 Twin Commanche Contemporary
1956 T-28-C Military
1956 HU-Albatross

1977 Cessna 185 Contemporary
1946 Swift Classic
1942 SNJ-4

1950 Sea Fury
1936 Waco ZQC-6
1947 Cessna 140
1945 Grumman TBM-3U
1942 Howard DGA-15P
1968 Cessna A-37B
1959 Cessna Skylark
1944 SNJ-5C
1940 Waco-SRE
1943 SNJ
1950 Fairey Firefly
1930 Great Lakes
1949 Cessna 140A

*Aircraft subject to change
About the National Aviation Heritage Invitational (NAHI):
NAHI, founded in 1998 at the Reno Air Races by four well-known aviation-oriented organizations: Rolls-Royce, the Reno Air Racing Association, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and the National Aviation Hall of Fame. The goal of NAHI is to preserve our nation's rich aviation history by encouraging the restoration of vintage aircraft to airworthy condition. In addition, NAHI work with the aircraft, owners, pilots, and aviation legends to encourage students to pursue careers within the aviation and aerospace industry.
About the Reno Air Racing Association:
The National Championship Air Races are held every September just north of Reno by the Reno Air Racing Association, a 501(c)(3). The event has become an institution for Northern Nevada and aviation enthusiasts from around the world with seven racing classes, a large display of static aircraft and several military and civilian flight demonstrations. Independent economic impact studies show that the event generates as much as $100 million annually for the local economy. For more information on the National Championship Air Races, visit
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