Think of our site map as a sectional for finding airplanes and airshows. Every pilot needs a navigational aid. This is a navigational aid for you as you try to make sense our of site.
We don’t claim to have been to most of the museums in the world…
...or to have found all of the cool airplanes that there are to find….
...but we’re working on finding as many as we can…
...and we want to share them with you.
I have fun writing about things that capture my imagination…
Because of that, you may find that the pages aren’t all that mechanical or scientific or detailed about power plants and things like that.
We just want to help you get out there and find antique airplanes and fun air shows.
I’ve tried to group things in a more or less organized fashion… hope you find what you want. If not… use the search function in the right column and have fun trying to find it!
You can help too with Your Contributions!
A few years ago, we started writing year end summaries... where we traveled and what planes and air shows we found during our travels.
Until I get inspired and catch up, these accounts of some of the aviation museums we found can at least give you an idea of what you can find around the world.
2013 Airplane Fun: Florida, Arizona, Uruguay
2014 Airplane Fun: Virginia, Washington, California, Texas
2015 Airplane Fun: Arizona, California, Spain, Washington DC, Brazil, Wisconsin (Oshkosh), and Ireland
2016 Airplane Fun: Louisiana, Germany, Wisconsin (Oshkosh). California
2017 Airplane Fun: Norway, The Netherlands, Oregon, and Canada
Our other site, MouseTours tells more about Airshows in England
England AND France
D-Day Squadron/ Daks Over Normandy
And these others....
Antique Airplanes at the Royal Wedding (2011)
Effective Advertising for An AeroTaxi Service?
Street Cars Of Desire
Yak Attack In Mongolia
Zlin Low Take-off Roll or What?
Best Camera For Flight Demonstrations?
Fly In of a Different Sort
Yak Nose Art makes You Smile
Flying Tigers Wannabe?
Airports In Iceland
PZL-104 Wilga in Estonia
And one that probably should have been here, but got a page of its own:
OK... hope our site map helped make sense of things!
Find 'em, See 'em, Fly,'em! And have a great flight!
Judy and Mark
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