A very interesting and unique aviation museum located at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport. It is the final destination of N106US, The Airbus A-320 better known as USAirways flight 1549.
This is the NASM's "annex" at Dulles Airport that opened in December, 2003. It houses the hundreds of aircraft to large or numerous to fit at the downtown museum. Included in the collection are such aircraft as the original 707 protoype, the sole remaining B-307, an Air France Concorde and the Enola Gay.
U S Air Force Museum at Wright Patterson AFB.
The former Strategic Air Command museum at Offut.
The Imperial War Museum at Duxford
The museum at the Chino airport, California.
above photo by John M. Dibbs
Located in Cape may, NJ
Located at Mitchel Field, Long Island
Airline History Museum
Better known as Save-A-Connie, but much more than that!
A group owning three 1649s, and trying to get at least one into the air.
Mothership Boeing's factory museum, but oh so much more!
Where all the magic happens for the museum of flight
Bill Allen's remarkable collection out in Seattle
"Stormbirds" Me-262 Project
Five Me-262s are being built, from scratch, in Seattle. See how they're coming along!
So you want your own, brand new and factory fresh FW_190, but don't know where to go for one? Look no further than this link!
(above graphic by Dan Taylor)
The Collings Foundation
Click on the link above to learn more about the Collings Foundation, sponsor of the "Nine O Nine" and the "All American".
Revised - - 5/19/2012