Aircraft and More on Display

      • The Table below is a partial list of Aircraft on display at Wings of History. 
      • Besides Aircraft, the museum displays many Engines, Models, and other artifacts
      • For Smart phones: Scroll up to Top (left) and tap the Menu icon
        to select any of the many webpages that describe our displays
1903 Wright Flyer Exact full size replica
WWI Stahltaube 3/4 scale replica — Flyable
 1928 American Eagle Flyable with Curtiss OXX-6 engine
1930 Peel Glider Boat Towed glider/boat; loaned by the National Soaring Museum, Elmira, N.Y.
1932 Penguin Ground control trainer
1934 Aeronca C-3 Fully restored with the original engine
1938 Nelson “Dragonfly” Powered glider, loaned by the National Soaring Museum, Elmira, N.Y.
1938 Bowlus “Baby Albatross” Glider on loan from the National Soaring Museum, Elmira, N.Y.
1940 Bowlus "Super Albatross" Competition sailplane; One of only two built
1946 Volmer Jensen VJ-21 powered glider
1955 Stits SA-5A "Flut-R-Bug" Prototype for Ray Stits' Flut-R-Bug series
homebuilt Car (Simca)-helicopter
Pitts Special aerobatic biplane
1964 Beech Model 23 “Musketeer” 4-place low wing monoplane
Bowers "Flybaby" Flyable, Homebuilt
1971 Volmer Jensen VJ-22 Flyable, kit built "Sportsman" amphibian
1980 Markse "pioneer II" Tail -less glider
1984 Stan Hall "Safari” Volkswagon powered glider — Flyable
1930 Alexander Primary Glider  
1934 Pietenpol “Air Camper” Flyable

1940 Security 'Airster'

Active Restoration Project
1937 Stinson Reliant SR-9E Flyable  On loan from Phillips Sweet of San Jose, Ca.