Museums | Sights
The Delta Flight Museum invites aviation enthusiasts to its annual Atlanta Airline Collectibles Show & Sale. A variety of vendors will be selling aviation-related items ranging from airplane seats to aircraft models and playing cards.
During the event, visitors are invited to tour the aircraft and exhibits displayed in the museum. This includes a completely restored 1941 DC-3, a 1931 Travel Air and a 1928 Waco bi-plane. The Museum Store, located in a fuselage of the prototype L-1011, will be open as well.
Admission is $5.00 for adults; children 12 and under will be admitted free with paying adult. This year’s show is sponsored by Delta Air Lines, Delta Community Credit Union, DGS, Gables Engineering, Wings Financial, Color Reflections and Skybound Aviation.
The Delta Flight Museum, the official museum and archives of Delta Air Lines, is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to preserving and presenting the history of Delta and its affiliated airlines. The Museum is located in Delta’s first two Atlanta maintenance hangars built in the 1940’s. This is the one Saturday of the year that the Museum is open to the general public so it’s a great day for families and school groups to visit.
Do you have a collection of airline memorabilia that you would like to sell? If so, vendor tables are still available. For more information about the show, contact the Museum’s Development Manager, Greg Romanoski, at email@example.com or (404) 715-7886, or visit the Museum’s website at www.deltamuseum.org.