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The Museum's MiG-21 PFM Fishbed-F on display in the Great Gallery Aircraft

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 PFM

The MiG-21 is probably one of the best known Soviet aircraft—flown by many nations and built in larger numbers than any warplane since World War II.

Montgolfier Balloon Replica - Model by Alex Morton Aircraft

Montgolfier Brothers' Balloon Scale Model

French brothers Joseph-Michel Montgolfier (1740 – 1810) and Jacques-Étienne Montgolfier (1745 – 1799) were the inventors of...

The Museum's Nakajima Ki-43-IIIa Hayabusa Oscar Reproduction on display in the Personal Courage Wing Aircraft

Nakajima Ki-43-IIIa Hayabusa "Oscar" Reproduction

Nakajima’s Ki-43 Hayabusa (“Peregrine Falcon”) entered service with the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force (I.J.A.A.F.) in...

The Museum's Nieuport 24bis Reproduction on display in the Personal Courage Wing (Photo by Heath Moffatt) Aircraft

Nieuport 24bis Reproduction

The Nieuport 24 is part of the famous line of French fighter aircraft established by Edouard de Niéuport. A preeminent...

The Museum's Nieuport 27 Reproduction (Photo by Heath Moffatt) Aircraft

Nieuport 27 Reproduction

The Nieuport 27 was the last of its type to be flown by the French, Italian, and British airmen in World War I. The small...

The Museum's Nieuport 28 C.1 (Photo by Heath Moffatt) Aircraft

Nieuport 28 C.1

The Nieuport 28 was rejected by the French Air Service as not suited to be front-line equipment. At the time, the American...

P-51D ©The Museum of Flight Aircraft

North American P-51D Mustang

The prototype for the North American Mustang first flew in October 1940. It was designed and built in 120 days in response...

The Museum's Northrop YF-5A (N-156F) Freedom Fighter on display in the Great Gallery Aircraft

Northrop YF-5A (N-156F) Freedom Fighter

In 1959, Northrop toured NATO and SEATO countries in Europe and Asia to determine their future aircraft needs. Their...

The Museum's Pflaz D.XII (Photo by Heath Moffatt) Aircraft

Pfalz D.XII

The Pfalz D.XII often flew in the shadow of its very successful contemporary -- the Fokker D.VII. The design of the Pfalz...

The Museum's Piasecki H-21B (CH-21B) Workhorse at the Restoration Center Aircraft

Piasecki H-21B (CH-21B) Workhorse

The Piasecki H-21B Workhorse commonly known as the "flying banana" was designed and built to be a multi-mission helicopter,...

The Museum's Piper J3C-65 Cub on display in the Great Gallery Aircraft

Piper J3C-65 Cub

The name "Piper Cub" is nearly synonymous with lightplane. It was designed as a small, simple airplane for flight training....

A US Navy Pratt-Read PR-G1 Glider LNE-1 varient Aircraft

Pratt-Read PR-G1 Glider

In 1942, the Pratt-Read Piano Company was awarded a contract to build 100 two-place training gliders for the U.S. Navy....