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East Campus First Floor
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Lockheed 1049G Super Constellation
The "Super G" was the most successful version of the Lockheed Super Constellations and one of the last great piston-engine airliners. Soon after the...
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East Campus Second Floor
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The Museum's Aviatik (Berg) D.I (Photo by Heath Moffatt)
Aviatik (Berg) D.I
Berg incorporated some interesting traits into his strange-looking airplane. When two side radiators on some of the early Aviatiks weren't getting the job done.
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The Museum's Caproni Ca.20 on display in the Personal Courage Wing (Photo by Heath Moffatt)
Caproni Ca.20
The Caproni Ca.20 was an aircraft ahead of its time in design, purpose, and armament.
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The Museum's Douglas DC-3 on display in the Great Gallery
Douglas DC-3
The first versions of the DC-3, called Douglas Sleeper Transports, began service with American Airlines in 1936. Demand for...
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The Museum's Granville Brothers Gee Bee Z "City of Springfield" on display in the Great Gallery (Photo by Heath Moffatt)
Granville Brothers Gee Bee Z "City of Springfield" Reproduction
The Model Z was built to win the 1931 Thompson Trophy Race at the National Air Races in Cleveland, Ohio. With a big engine...
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The Museum's Northrop YF-5A (N-156F) Freedom Fighter on display in the Great Gallery
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...
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A US Navy Pratt-Read PR-G1 Glider LNE-1 varient
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....
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The Museum's Sopwith Triplane Reproduction on display in the Personal Courage Wing (Photo by Heath Moffatt)
Sopwith Triplane Reproduction
One can't look at the Sopwith Triplane without generating a whole list of questions. Though similar to the Pup, the...
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The Museum's Stephens Akro on display in the Great Gallery
Stephens Akro
Clayton Stephens designed the Akro specifically for homebuilders who want a plane for competitive aerobatics. The late...
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World War I Fighters
World War I Fighters
Explore the history of “the war to end all wars” amid 18 World War I aircraft and interactive exhibits. Learn how the...
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West Campus
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All you need is STEM - FREE Educator Evening
All You Need is STEM - FREE Educator Evening
All you need is STEM!
Thursday, Feb. 16 | 5 - 7 PM
Food, Drink, and FREE for Educators. 21+
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The Museum's Antonov An-2 Colt en route to Everett
Antonov An-2 Colt
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Antonov An-2 Colt's 45-year production run is one of the longest ever for any aircraft.
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Museum's Boeing 247D in 1940 United Air Lines livery.
Boeing 247D
The first modern airliner, the Boeing 247 marked the beginning of a new era. Versatile, easy to maneuver, and economical to...
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The Museum's Boeing 727-022 arriving at the Museum
Boeing 727-022
One of the world's classic airliners, the Boeing 727 was developed to provide economic low-altitude, high-speed cruising...
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The Museum's Boeing 737-130 at Langley Research Center
Boeing 737-130
The Prototype "Baby Boeing"The 737 is the smallest and most popular jetliner in the Boeing airline family. Since 1967, over...
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The Museum's Boeing 747-121 taking off from Boeing Field
Boeing 747-121
The growing worldwide demand for air travel during the 1960s led to the development of the 747, the first "Jumbo Jet."
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Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Boeing 787 Dreamliner
This particular 787, ZA003, was the third Dreamliner built. It first flew on March 14, 2010. In addition to its role in the flight test and certification program
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The Museum's Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress
Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress
The B-17 Flying Fortress served the Allied cause around the globe during World War II. Perhaps most famous for its Eighth...
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The Museum's Boeing B-29 Superfortress undergoing restoration in Boeing Plant 2
Boeing B-29 Superfortress
The B-29 Superfortress revolutionized World War II-era bombers, enabling long-range missions over Japan.
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The Musem's Boeing VC-137B (707-120/SAM 970) "Air Force One" being delivered to the Museum
Boeing VC-137B "Air Force One"
The first presidential jet plane, a specially built Boeing 707-120, is known as SAM (Special Air Missions) 970.
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The Museum's Concorde (G-BOAG) arriving at the Museum in November 2003
Concorde
British and French aerospace companies collaborated to design and build 20 Concorde aircraft between 1966 and 1979.
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EA-6B Prowler flies over the Museum of Flight
Grumman EA-6B Prowler
The Grumman (now Northrop Grumman) EA-6B Prowler is an electronic warfare aircraft that was operated by the U.S. Navy and...
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Blue Angels in Formation
McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A Hornet
An all-weather fighter and attack aircraft, the F/A-18 Hornet is a highly versatile combat jet capable of filling a wide...
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Boeing Inertial Upper Stage Mock-up
The Boeing-developed Inertial Upper Stage (IUS), an unpiloted, upper-stage booster rocket, can be launched from Titan IV...
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Shuttle Trainer nose with cargo doors open.
NASA Full Fuselage Trainer
The FFT is a full-scale mockup of the space shuttle orbiter — without the wings. It was used as a test bed for upgrades to...
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Backdropped by the blackness of space, the Soyuz TMA-14 spacecraft departs from the International Space Station
Soyuz TMA-14 Descent Module
Russia's Reliable RideRussian Soyuz spacecraft have provided access to space for 45 of the first 50 years of human...
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