Jesse’s Journey-Pull a Plane to end Duchenne

A new Jesse’s Journey event! Get your team together to pull a plane at London’s own Jet Aircraft Museum. Teams of 5 (or up to 10 in the family/rec division) will pull a beautifully restored 10,000lb T33 across the apron of the Jet Aircraft Museum. Prizes for the fastest times in each division! Start or join a team by visiting

Co-Hosted by the Commercial Aviation Management program at Western University

Saturday, September 22nd

Jet Aircraft Museum, London ON

Test your strength and your might with this new event from Jesse’s Journey and Western’s Commercial Aviation Management program!Register your team of 5 and start fundraising pledges to see who can pull a 10,000lb, beautifully-restored Canadian T33 across the apron at the Jet Aircraft Museum.

Jesse’s Journey was born with a mission to raise research money in order to find a cure for Jesse and others suffering from Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

The story of Jesse’s Journey began to unfold in the summer of 1995 when John Davidson-at the age of 49-set out on an incredible mission to push his 15 year old son Jesse across Ontario in his wheelchair-a trek of 3339 kilometres.