We would like to recognize those who have aided us this year.
Thank you to…
Andy Thomas – State Farm Insurance
Burgess Pigment Co.
Butler, Williams, & Wyche, LLP
State Rep. & Mrs. Robert Dickey
Elbit Systems of
As 2016 came to a close, Museum of Aviation Foundation staff looked back on all that had been accomplished, and knew that we wanted to keep the momentum going in 2017. This meant that our first three events, which were
Did you know that the Museum of Aviation Foundation, Inc. operates the Education Center at the Museum of Aviation? The Education Center operates 5 major programs, and serves an average of 50,000 students and teachers a year through its hands-on
Looking to learn more about the Museum of Aviation? Look no further than our monthly newsletter, The Aviator. This newsletter gives you an in depth look at our restoration efforts, events, venues, Museum supporters, and more. Take a look below
Thank you to our generous donors and event sponsors. Your support provides opportunities for education for children around the state of Georgia, and gives us the ability to restore and preserve historical aircraft for future generations. Thank you to the
Thank you for aiding us in maintaining quality exhibits, providing fantastic programs, and restoring historical aircraft. We would like to thank the following donors for doing their part to keep our Museum growing.
Jeff Smith Automotive
Written By: Michael Rosario, Inspired to Educate
“In previous blog posts, we have discussed the necessity to encourage science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) especially in the United States. As our culture has become increasingly digital, we have coined this
November began with the difficult task of removing almost all of the aircraft and exhibits from the main floor of the Century of Flight building in preparation of the floor being resurfaced. This task involved towing aircraft and engines, removing
There are numerous ways to support Museum programs, community events, and restoration efforts throughout the year, but the Annual Fund is the most simple way to donate. The Annual Fund also gives you a chance to make a last minute
This year Planes & Trains had to be relocated to the Eagle Building due to the floors being remodeled in Century of Flight. This gave us the opportunity to “ride the rails” around the F-15 and through scenic