We hope our aviation resources help you find out more about airplanes of all types and how to travel to see them.
We try to provide links to museums and air shows as we write about them...
...but we've said repeatedly that we can't get to all of the museums and air shows and venues that we'd like to.
There are antique airplanes hidden in hangars and small museums all over the world!
We're sure you'd like to travel to find some of them...
With all of our travels, even when we find antique airplanes, it's hard to find time to get the pages written about all of them...
That's why we have several pages where you can write about your aviation resources... Your Favorites...
Heck, even your funniest flying story or favorite lunch stop...
And we still would love to hear from you, but...
We thought we needed a page where we could list links to other interesting aviation resources... sites somehow related to aviation and old airplanes...
We've tried to keep most of these sights aviation related in some way. We review these sites and try to choose those that really give you information.
They will open in a new page, as do most of the links on our site, so you'll be able to come right back to us to explore more aviation links and see what we've written ourselves about finding antique airplanes.
Here are websites we've found written by other airplane lovers... If you'd like your link here, check out the help below.
Airplane-and-Aircraft.com has lots of great information on many types of aircraft of all shapes and sizes. Everything from paper airplanes, kites, radio control airplanes and lots, lots more...
Pilot Scotland for those who fly and those who would like to... Jim aims to support and bring together all forms of flying in Scotland for aviators and enthusiasts alike. If you're visiting Scotland, check with him for aviation info from a local.
We started this site so we could share our aviation "finds" and share our enthusiasm. If you've enjoyed this site and found it useful and informative, please share it with others. E-mail your friends... tell them about it.
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Information on antique airplanes, air shows and aviation museums around the world... Where to find 'em, see 'em, fly 'em.
As we said before, Contact Us with any requests, comments or questions.
Find 'em, See 'em, Fly,'em! And have a great flight!
Judy and Mark
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