The NB3 was called the new day airplane. Designed by Walter H. Barling, it broke records for altitude, distance, speed and fuel efficiency.
This unique design is the NB8. It had wood wing ribs and had the ability for the wings to fold back to be towed by a car.
MIGNET HM-14 FLYING FLEA
The Mignet (Flying Flea) was built in 1937. It was designed by Henri Mignet and manufactured by Jacob Van Dyke. It was a one person plane and the parts were supplied by Nicholas-Beazley.
The TG-6 Glider did not have an engine until after World War II. The engine was placed on it and then sold for civilian use.
A great area where children may learn how planes fly in an interactive setting. Imagine a flight with you as the pilot in the cockpit!
DREAM TO FLY
Experience flight in our flight simulator!
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), hands on area for children to play and learn!