Let's Build the DC-3 a Home

CDC-3 Number N34 on arrival at Rick Husband International Airport, February 13, 2014

Present look at our new facility, 280 Airport Blvd.  Notice the proximity to the taxi strip for runway 04

View inside one of our future, cavernous hangers.  Room for many aircraft.

By renovating these former grain storage buildings into an educational center and museum hangars, the Texas Air and Space Museum will move toward becoming a world-class tribute to aviation...past, present and future...and to the aviators, aviatrixes and flight crews who help us slip "the surly bonds of earth"*  and strive for the stars.  We invite you to join us in our expansive mission of inspiring future generations!  Volunteer with us.  Your time, technical/mechanical skills, educational support and financial resources are greatly needed and truly appreciated.

* John Gillespie Magee, Jr ~ “High Flight”


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