Vintage Flying Museum
|Location||Meacham International Airport, Fort Worth, Texas, United States|
The primary mission of the Vintage Flying Museum, a Texas 501C(3) Non Profit, is to preserve America's flying heritage in Word, Deed and Action.
The museum provides educational programs that include aviation summer camps for middle and high school students, and Take Flight Days, which are programs for elementary school students.
- Aeronca 11 Chief
- Aeronca L-3B Grasshopper
- American Flea - 1930s vintage homebuilt aircraft
- Beechcraft Model 18
- Beechcraft T-34 Mentor
- Boeing PT-17 Stearman Kaydet
- Cessna 310
- Culver Cadet
- Douglas A-26 Invader
- Douglas A-26 Invader B-26K Counter Invader Model
- Douglas C-49J
- Douglas A-3 Skywarrior *
- Knight Falcon - experimental test bed surveillance aircraft
- Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star
- LTV L450F
- Morrissey 2000 (S/N 001A)
- North American AT-6D Texan
- North American F-86 Sabre
- Piasecki H-21 *
- Piaggio P.136 Royal Gull
- Ryan PT-22 Recruit
- Stinson L-5 Sentinel *
- Stinson Reliant
- Boeing B-29 Superfortress "Fifi"
- Douglas C-47 Dakota
- These aircraft are on loan from the National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida.
The Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress Chuckie was sold in 2010, and transferred from the Vintage Flying Museum to the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach, Virginia in January 2011, and in 2013 they, too, sold it, to the Tillamook Air Museum in Oregon.
- Vintage Flying Museum (2005). "Vintage Flying Museum". Retrieved 23 February 2011.
- PepsiCo (2011). "Restore a WWII B-17 bomber and upgrade an aviation museum's facilities - Vintage Flying Museum". Retrieved 23 February 2011.
- Vintage Flying Museum (2005). "About Us". Retrieved 23 February 2011.
- Vintage Flying Museum (2013). "On display". Retrieved 2 March 2014.
- Ogden, Bob (2007). Aviation Museums and Collections of North America. Air-Britain (Historians) Ltd. ISBN 0-85130-385-4.
- Military Aviation Museum page on Chuckie