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Now accepting donations through Labor Day. Huge sale will be the weekend of September 11th. #NationalWarplaneMuseum #booksale
Since we can't be at Oshkosh...
To all our friends headed to the Experimental Aircraft Association expo in Oshkosh Wisconsin: Have a great time and hope to take W7 there next year!! (All the little orange airplanes are headed into Whitman Field at Oshkosh WI... for the next few days it will be the busiest airport in the world!) ... See more
It was a beautiful day in Geneseo Saturday July 24th. We are back going strong with three sets of rides flights and a flyover of the Veterans Event at Canandaigua Academy and The Hemlock Fair! Great to be back in the air with our D-Day Vet! ... See more
Saturday we went fully into our rides with Whiskey 7, taking 3 flights of passengers as well as some volunteers. Later we performed a flyover of Canandaigua. It's great to be flying again!
Launched on July 16th 1969, Apollo 11 left Kennedy Space Center at full thrust, 4 days later 2 of the crew would land on the moon, afterwards Neil Armstrong would be the first human to set foot on ground other than the Earth's. The crew would return to the Earth in the Indian Ocean July 24th. ... See more
Whiskey 7 taxiing out for a test flight after a few small adjustments.
Born today, July 24, 1897. Amelia Mary Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and author. Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She set many other records, wrote best-selling books about her flying experiences, and was instrumental in the formation of The Ninety-Nines, an organization for female pilots. ... See more
A beautiful day over Geneseo NY to take some air time in the L-21. Hope to start some GoPro pics and videos soon to show off the beauty of the Genesee River Valley, Fingerlakes and Letchworth Gorge, all in our backyard. ... See more
While it may seem we have forgotten our C-130 A, we can tell you the project has been moving ahead. Airshow prep around the entire museum had slowed progress, that and she's a very large plane, smaller changes are not as noticed. Come check our progress, talk to the historians on project or lend a hand. ... See more