Heritage Flight Museum
|Location||Skagit Regional Airport|
The Heritage Flight Museum is a non-profit organization founded by the family of Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders in 1996 at the Bellingham International Airport (KBLI) in Bellingham, Washington. The purpose of the museum is "to help educate the public to understand and appreciate the contribution military aircraft, and the people that flew them, have made to our heritage, national security and freedom." The Museum moved and has reopened at the Skagit Regional Airport just west of Burlington, Washington.
The museum has the following aircraft in its collection:
- A-1 Skyraider
- AT-6D Texan
- AT-6F Texan
- H-13 Sioux
- L-13 Grasshopper
- Northrop F-89J Scorpion
- O-1 Bird Dog
- O-2 Skymaster
- P-51D Mustang
- PT-13 Stearman Kaydet
- PT-19 Cornell
- SNJ-4 Texan
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Heritage Flight Museum.|
- "Heritage Flight Museum". Heritageflight.org. 2014-04-26. Retrieved 2014-05-14.
- Stark, John (2013-10-31). "Heritage Flight Museum moving from Bellingham to Skagit | Local News". The Bellingham Herald. Retrieved 2014-05-14.
- Heritage Flight Museum (2010). "Main page". Retrieved 14 May 2014.