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Cincinnati Aviation Heritage Society & Museum

Preserving aviation's past for future generations.


Inside the museum

Inside Our Little but Mighty Museum, The airplane in the foreground is a 1/6th Scale model of Don Fairbanks Number 5 'White Knight' racer. The real one will be in our museum one day. Right now, it's inside Sporty's Pilot Shop at Sporty's Airport where Don still keeps his office at age 92.

Behind it you see a Stinson SR-10C Reliant above a photo of the Air Mail Routes it flew. The yellow place is a J3-C-65 that will find it's way in to our collection eventually.

Hanging left is a The USAir Boeing 737-301 N351US former N336P 'City of West Palm Beach' believed to be the first Piedmont 737 to wear full colors. It was originally delivered to Piedmont on 6/30/1987.

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Visit Us Mondays and Fridays 

We're open on Monday & Friday in Room 26 beside the Airman's Club in Lunken's historic Art Deco terminal. Stop in between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM to cool off or warm up depending on the season while you visit or enjoy our library.
We are now open on Saturdays only when you see our open sign posted as volunteer time permits.

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