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  1. Catalina by Air (Images of Aviation: California) by Jeannine L. Pedersen, Catalina Island Museum, 2008-07-28
  2. U.S. Naval Aviation by Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, M. Hill Goodspeed, et all 2001-11-09
  3. The Spirit of Naval Aviation: The National Museum of Naval Aviation by M. Hill Goodspeed, 1997-04
  4. Murals Without Walls: Arshile Gorky's Aviation Murals Rediscovered by Arshile Gorky, Ruth Bowman, 1978-11
  5. San Diego's North Island: 1911-1941 (CA) (Images of Aviation) by Katrina Pescador, Mark Aldrich, et all 2007-09-10
  6. The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Directory of Airplanes: Their Designers and Manufacturers by Dana Bell, 2002-04-01
  7. North AmericanAircraft & Aerospace Museum Guide
  8. Canada's Warplanes : Unique Aircraft in Canada's Aviation Museums by Dan McCaffery, 2001-04
  9. Jämsä: Jämsänkoski, Lake Kuorevesi, Isojärvi, Längelmäki, Hallinportti Aviation Museum
  10. United States Naval Aviation Museum by Unknown, 1988
  11. Government Ministries of Serbia: Ministry of Defence (Serbia), Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs, Museum of Aviation
  12. The Spirit of Naval Aviation The National Museum of Naval Aviation by Captain E. Earle Rogers, 2002-01-01
  13. Museums in Belgrade: Museum of Aviation, National Museum of Serbia, Nikola Tesla Museum, Military Museum, List of Museums in Belgrade
  14. Aviation Museums and Collections of Mainland Europe by Bob Ogden, 2006-07

21. Aviation Museums
Flying Dreams Odyssey Magazine, Fall 2000. Life on a higher plane. Aviation museums show us the world from a new perspective.
http://www.marygradyonline.com/museums.htm
Flying Dreams Odyssey Magazine, Fall 2000 Life on a higher plane Aviation museums show us the world from a new perspective. With its delicate structure of varnished wood and wide wings covered in pure white muslin, the hand-built replica of the Wright Flyer suspended from the rafters of a Florida hangar is a work of art. It can also kill you, as Ken Kellett knows all too well. "I'm the only human, other than Wilbur and Orville, who has actually flown one of these aircraft," Ken says, as he begins the "backlot tour" at Fantasy of Flight, an aviation museum in Polk City, Florida. About half of Ken's flights in the replica ended with splintered wood and broken parts the Flyer is cranky and unstable, as the Wright Brothers discovered at Kitty Hawk. But the brothers persevered, and that one little airplane gave birth to a whole new world of flying machines. The Flyer, and the risks men endured to get it off the ground, is a testimony to the strength of our urge to fly. Today we take flying for granted, riding all over the world in cramped, crowded jets at 500 miles per hour. But deep down, we know that's not real flying. We still yearn to feel the wind; we long to touch the clouds and explore the sky. We dream about it; we feel it in our bones when we look up to see a small airplane buzzing overhead, and sigh for what we wish flying could be romantic and filled with adventure. Fantasy of Flight is one of scores of aviation museums scattered across the country that try to create that sense of romance, to capture that adventurous spirit. Every aircraft in every hangar comes with a story of its own: where it was born, how it lived, its journeys and exploits. And at Fantasy of Flight, nearly all the aircraft on display are still airworthy and every afternoon one of the vintage planes is hauled outside to play.

22. UK Flying Displays And Museums
Galleries of UK aviation museum collections and flying events.
http://www.airmuseumsuk.org
UK Flying Displays and Museums
August 2006. Site redesign and update in progress. Please accept our apologies for any difficulties you may experience accessing this site during the transition phase. Welcome to this site which aims to present a pictorial record of air shows I have attended over the years as well as pictures of major aircraft museum exhibits in the United Kingdom. I hope to be able to add to these pages as time goes on. Each set of photographs are on self-contained sections of the site and are accessible via the drop-down menus on the right hand side of this page. The photographs in these pages tend to reflect my own aviation interest - from the dawn of aviation until the 1950's. If your interest lies in modern aircraft you probably won't find what you are after here! This site is best viewed at a resolution of 1024x768 but photographs are also optimised for 800x600 displays as well. Simply choose the resolution you want from the index pages. I hope that you enjoy the photographs contained in this site. If you have any comments or suggestions for improvements please let me know either via e-mail or by visiting the guestbook. Happy browsing!

23. National Museum Of The USAF - Aviation Museums
This page contains links to USAF Field Museums, other military aviation museums and civilian aviation museums that display items on loan from the National Museum of the United
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/questions/aviationmuseums.asp

24. Aviation Museums - Australia's Culture Portal
This article looks at the history of Australian aviation and how it has grown from humble beginnings to an international industry. Links to relevant online resources are provided.
http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/aviation/museums/
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25. Aero.com - "Aviation Museums"
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26. Homepage For Ed Dumas - Aviation Museums
Aviation Museums. A hobby I've developed in the past few years has been visiting aircraft museums around North America. Here is a brief description of some of the museums I've
http://eddumas.com/museums.htm
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Aviation Museums
A hobby I've developed in the past few years has been visiting aircraft museums around North America. Here is a brief description of some of the museums I've visited along with a few pictures.
National Air and Space Museum - The Mall, Washington D.C.
The left picture is the Rutan Voyager, the first aircraft to fly around the world non-stop, unrefueled in December, 1986. It was designed by Burt Rutan and flown by Dick Rutan (Burt's brother) and Jeanna Yeager. The middle picture shows the Hughes R-1 racer, which set a world speed record (352 mph) in September 1935 and a transcontinental speed record in 1937 (7 hours 28 minutes LA to NY). The right picture shows a Link trainer flight simulator, used to train pilots during WW II.
Seattle Museum of Flight - Seattle, Washington

27. U.S. Army Aviation Museum | Preserving The Past... For The Future
U.S. Army aviation museum at Ft. Rucker is situated between the Alabama cities of Ozark, Enterprise, Daleville and Dothan.
http://www.armyavnmuseum.org/
Please check out the gift shop. If you would like to purchase an item over the phone or have any questions please call the museum at 888-276-9286. Welcome to the United States Army Aviation Museum The United States Army Aviation Museum, located in South-central Alabama, maintains a collection of over 160 military aircraft, including one of the largest collections of military helicopters in the world. Public galleries represent the Army's involvement in aviation from the beginning days of the Wright brothers and early combat aircraft from World War I, to the highly technological machines flown by Army Aviators today. This page last updated:
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P.O. Box 620610-0610, Fort Rucker, AL 36330
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28. New Jersey Aviation Museums
New Jersey's Aviation Museums and Historical Societies New Jersey has a rich aviation heritage extending back over 200 years. This is reflected by the multiple diverse museums
http://www.njaviation.com/museums/museums.html
New Jersey's Aviation Museums and Historical Societies
New Jersey has a rich aviation heritage extending back over 200 years.
This is reflected by the multiple diverse museums and organiztions dedicated to New Jersey aviation history located throughout the state.
You can travel by airplane to visit many of them.
Also included are museums within "relatively" easy flying distance from New Jersey
Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum
of New Jersey (AHOF)
Teterboro Airport
Teterboro, NJ 07608 Aerospace Resource Center
(provides education programs) Howard Bueschel Air Victory Museum 68 Stacy - Haines Road
South Jersey Regional Airport
Medford, NJ 08055 American Airpower Museum Republic Airport
Farmingdale, NY Thursday thru Sunday
American Academy of Aerospace Education 66 Pleasant Valley Road
Old Bridge, NJ 08857 Francis Hareslak
Brandywine Airport (N99)
Brandywine, PA Wed Thru Sat 10-5 Sun 12-5 Army Airforces Historical Association (AAFHA) A Living History Museum 69 Beverly Road Oradell, NJ 07649

29. Aviation: Minnesota Department Of Transportation, Mn/DOT (Minnesota Department O
Aviation Museums In Minnesota. American Wings Air Museum; Minnesota Air National Guard Museum; Wings of the North Aviation Museum; Minnesota Wing of the Commemorative Air Force
http://www.dot.state.mn.us/aero/avoffice/museums.html
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395 John Ireland Blvd, St. Paul, MN 55155-1899
651-296-3000 Toll-free 800-657-3774 or 800-627-3529 (TTY, Voice, ASCII)
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30. Welcome To Norwegian Aviation Museum
The Museum is the national aviation museum of Norway, and the site presents excellent information and photos about the museum s collection and the history of Norwegian aviation. Located in Bodo, Norway.
http://www.luftfart.museum.no/Engelsk/
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31. Aviation Museums In North Carolina - Aviation Museums - North Carolina Travel &
North Carolina’s numerous flightrelated attractions have a wonderful variety of activities and exhibits for visitors, and the state enjoys celebrating the Wright brothers
http://www.visitnc.com/journeys/articles/aviation-museums

32. Bournemouth Aviation Museum - A Hands-on Aviation Experience
The only UK Charitable Museum dedicated to preserving and presenting to the public operational examples of historic military jets via the museum and many UK airshows - including Farnborough. Located at Hangar 600, Bournemouth International Airport, Christchurch, Dorset.
http://www.aviation-museum.co.uk/
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Our aim is to provide an interesting and informative visit for people of all ages and to share the enjoyment of the exciting world of aviation.
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33. The Cradle Of Aviation Museum
The Cradle of Aviation Museum heightens the public's awareness, understanding, and appreciation of Long Island's role in the history and development of aviation and space
http://cradleofaviation.org/

34. Gatwick Aviation Museum - Charlwood
Information and photographs of many aircrafts, crews, and engines. Located in Charlwood (near Gatewick).
http://www.gatwick-aviation-museum.co.uk/index.html

35. Aviation Museums
Aviation Industry Aviation museums The Warbirds Nostalgia Archives I have been lucky enough to visit just about all the top aviation museums all over RAF Museum
http://www.flyafrica.info/forums/showthread.php?t=28413

36. Home Page Of The Western Canada Aviation Museum, Winnipeg, Manitoba CANADA
The site represents Canada s second largest Aviation Museum and has descriptions of its facilities, as well as representative photos of its aircraft. Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
http://www.wcam.mb.ca/
The brainchild of A.V. Roe and chief designer John Frost, the Avrocar was a revolutionary aircraft - capable of vertical takeoffs and landings Join Our Mailing List Email: Email us with your comments about our website. Site last updated: Tuesday, November 9, 2010 Home Visit Us Contact Us Free with membership! ... Interesting Links Allison Abra of Winnipeg is the winner of the air Canada flight tickets! Congratulations! Family Fun Challenge!
See if you can find this anchor during your next visit... hidden in one of our aircraft. You could win a special preview of that aircraft's cockpit! Monday through Friday: 9:30 to 4:30, Saturday: 10:00 to 5:00, Sunday: 12:00 to 5:00 Adult: $7.50, Seniors and Students: $5.00, Children (Age 3-12): $3.00, Families: $18.00 Click for directions and admissions A Winnipeg Star Attraction For Kids Home Aircraft Collection Event Calendar ... Visit Us P: 204-786-5503, F: 204-775-4761 Shop at the Donations

37. AccessFayetteville.org | The City Of Fayetteville, Arkansas |Aviation Museums
Aviation Museums; Boards and Commissions; Careers; City Code; Community Gardens In The Parks; Downtown Parking Locations; Sites; Arkansas Air Museum; Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
http://www.accessfayetteville.org/government/aviation/museums/index.cfm
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Arkansas Air Museum
The Arkansas Air Museum depicts the history of aviation in Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas a presents a variety of interesting aircraft. They are located in a 150 X 100 WW II Hangar constructed of wood. There are very few wooden hangars remaining in the world of this size. Visit the Arkansas Air Museum website
Ozark Military Museum
The Ozark Military Museum moved from Springdale airport in 2002 and has grown every year since. They boast a cadre of volunteers, former military, that can make things happen. They have a wide variety of military aircraft, vehicles, uniforms, and firearms. Visit the Ozark Military Museum website Notice of Nondiscrimination Title VI Self-Evaluation RSS Feeds ... Contact Us The City of Fayetteville, Arkansas 113 West Mountain Street, Fayetteville, AR 72701 Phone: (479) 718-7600 or TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf): (479) 521-1316

38. Aviation Museums: Minnesota USA
Send corrections/additions by email to museum-info@brooklyn.cuny.edu
http://www.aero-web.org/museums/mn.htm
Aviation Museums: Minnesota USA
Museum Visitor rating City American Wings Air Museum St. Paul Confederate Air Force (Southern Minnesota Wing) South St. Paul Heriatge Halls Owatonna Minnesota ANG - 133, Minneapolis - St. Paul Minneapolis Minnesota ANG - 148th FG, Duluth Duluth Minnesota Air Guard Museum Minneapolis Planes of Fame Air Museum Eden Prairie Polar Aviation Museum Blaine Wings of the North Minneapolis
Send corrections/additions by e-mail to museum-info@brooklyn.cuny.edu

39. Gatwick Aviation Museum - Charlwood
Under-funded but worth a visit for those interested in collections of interesting aircraft. They are mostly military. Includes a history of each aircraft where this is known. Museum is near Garwick Airport in the South of England.
http://www.gatwick-aviation-museum.co.uk

40. Robin's FYI - Aviation Museums
This page is for anyone with an interest in Aviation Museums. You can visit many of the museums online, or find one to visit on your next vacation. Many also offer great
http://www.robinsfyi.com/aviation/museums.htm
This page is for anyone with an interest in Aviation Museums. You can visit many of the museums online, or find one to visit on your next vacation. Many also offer great information of days gone by. Aviation Museums While going to different museums around the world would be fun, most of us simply can't afford it. However the internet gives us an opportunity to see some great pictures from some of the best museums, not to mention the virtual museums. This page can be useful for things like research for a school reports, checking the schedules of a museums you are planning to visit, or just some inexpensive entertainment. There are just over 90 museums sites listed below, have fun. If you know of a site that should be included please feel free to e-mail me. To make things a little quicker please give a suggestion to which section it would belong to. All text links are FREE, if you wish to place a banner this can be done by sponsoring a page . There is a limit of one sponsor per page Aviation pages on this site: Aviation - Main page Airlines - other Airports Air Shows Employment Helicopter History Humor Maintenance Military Miscellaneous Museums Personal pages Read about...

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