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Bringing The Past Into The Present

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  • Open 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Saturday
  • Sunday by appointment only
  • Closed major holidays

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Make a contribution to help preserve aviation history. Any item of military historical significance, or equipment necessary to the operation of this museum would be greatly appreciated.

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Do you have a desire to put your hands on aviation history? You can help maintain the pride, respect and dignity that historical aircraft and their crews deserve.

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5 days ago
Air Heritage Inc.

Looking for something fun to do INSIDE today? Stop by for this wonderful event! There will be lots of interesting planes to see, a flight simulator, a bake sale, and a food truck all for your enjoyment! Tour the C-47 and the C-123! ... See MoreSee Less

Looking for something fun to do INSIDE today? Stop by for this wonderful event! There will be lots of interesting planes to see, a flight simulator, a bake sale, and a food truck all for your enjoyment! Tour the C-47 and the C-123!

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sure wish I was close enough . . .

Kayla Prest

1 week ago
Air Heritage Inc.

The Village Garden Club of Sewickley made a stop at Air Heritage Museum this past Saturday for their annual "Road Rally." There were so many beautiful cars, and a great time was had by all. Thank you for visiting us!!! ... See MoreSee Less

The Village Garden Club of Sewickley made a stop at Air Heritage Museum this past Saturday for their annual Road Rally. There were so many beautiful cars, and a great time was had by all. Thank you for visiting us!!!
1 week ago
Air Heritage Inc.

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Comment on Facebook

My Dad flew C-123s including quite a few missions in the famous "Patches" now showcased at the AF Museum in Dayton, OH. Saw your video on Facebook which got my attention. Nice to know at least one C-123 is still flying!

Made a couple of jumps out of the C-123 at Ft. Benning back in the day. Starting to feel old...

What type of this A/C ?

Da Pig !

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