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Yankee Lady B-17

"Yankee Lady" B-17

Yankee Air Museum’s B-17G “Yankee Lady” will be visiting an offering Flight Experiences at Liberty Aviation Museum on the following dates:

May 14, 15
June 4​
June 25​
July 12​
August 24
September 10
October 1​

Find more information and book your flight at the Yankee Air Museum's web site:

TBM Avenger Reunion

TBM Avenger Reunion

September 27th

WWII Torpedo Bomber Veterans Final Reunion, September 27th, 2014 is seeking sponsorships & donations for planned event.

See a description of the event, donation and contact information at the TBM Reunion Page.

Tickets for the TBM Reunion are now available! You can purchase online, print out a mail-in order form, or buy tickets in person at the museum gift shop during regular business hours.

City of Wichita Ford Tri-Motor

"City of Wichita" Ford Tri-Motor

The Liberty Aviation Museum is pleased to announce the acquisition of a flyable model 5-AT-B Ford Tri-Motor, known as the “City of Wichita”, Serial #5-AT-8, Registration #N9645, from the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum located in McMinnville, Oregon.

"This aircraft comes back to Ohio where it made aviation history."

View details and photos...

New Hangar Under Construction

Museum Expansion - New Hangar

Construction continues on the museum's first expansion.

Check out our Museum Expansion Page to find out how you can help, and for more photos and information. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and/or Twitter to see continuing updates.

Architect's rendering of the new hangar
Erie Ottawa International Airport

Chili & Cornbread

September 27 at Erie-Ottawa International Airport, 3255 E State Road, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452.
Phone: 419-734-6297.

Contact the airport for more information.

Tin Goose Diner

When visiting the museum, be sure to dine at this fully restored, vintage 1950's Tin Goose Diner. All proceeds from this diner help fund the operation of the Liberty Aviation Museum.

Go to the Tin Goose Diner web site . . .

Trimotor Heritage Foundation

The Liberty Aviation Museum is also home to the Tri-Motor Heritage Foundation's restoration project.

Go to the Foundation's web site . . .

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