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Air Force U-2 Pilot Featured Speaker at the Museum of Flight

Air Force U-2 Pilot Featured Speaker at the Museum of Flight

. February 2, 2018

SEATTLE – On Feb 3, US Air Force U-2 pilot Maj. Kristofer W. Duckett will deliver an inspiring and family-friendly presentation at The Museum of Flight. Duckett has served more than 22 years in the Air Force, and is currently with the 99th Reconnaissance Squadron at Beale AFB, Calif. The squadron employs U-2s in operations […]

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Mission Aerospace exhibition at Cincinnati Museum Center

Mission Aerospace exhibition at Cincinnati Museum Center

. February 2, 2018

CINCINNATI – Tomorrow’s aviation pioneers are here. It’s time for their first mission. Mission Aerospace is cleared for landing at Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) May 25. Kids dream of becoming pilots and astronauts. Most adults never quite grow out of that dream. Mission Aerospace is your chance to prove you have the right stuff as […]

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The Museum of Flight Partners with New Aviation Museum in Japan

The Museum of Flight Partners with New Aviation Museum in Japan

. November 30, 2017

Cooperative agreement announced at grand opening of Aichi Museum of Flight SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight in Seattle and Aichi Museum of Flight near Nagoya announced a cooperative agreement at the grand opening of the Aichi Museum today at Nagoya Airport in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The two museums will advance a mutually beneficial relationship […]

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Lecture and Book Signing with Astronaut/Mountaineer Scott Parazynski at the Museum of Flight

Lecture and Book Signing with Astronaut/Mountaineer Scott Parazynski at the Museum of Flight

. November 29, 2017

SEATTLE – On Dec. 9 the Museum hosts a lecture and book signing with the remarkable Scott Parazynski, the only person to have flown in space and summited Mt. Everest. The astronaut, explorer, physician, inventor and now author, will talk about his new memoir, The Sky Below. The 2 p.m. program is free with Museum […]

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Museum of Flight Puts Blue Angel on a Pedestal

Museum of Flight Puts Blue Angel on a Pedestal

. November 18, 2017

SEATTLE – On Nov. 17 the Museum’s Navy F/A-18C Blue Angel was relocated from a corner in the Aviation Pavilion to its new home on free display atop a pedestal near the Museum’s south lawn entrance. Canted skyward to a height of almost 4-stories, the plane is a tribute to the Blue Angels and the […]

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