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Airline History Museum Kansas City

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Airline History Museum
Kansas City Downtown Airport Hangar 9
201 NW Lou Holland Drive
Kansas City
MO
64116
Tel: (816) 421-3401

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The Airline History Museum is located at the Historic Downtown Airport, in Kansas City, Missouri. To walk through it is to truly step back in time, to a different and more graceful age of air transportation. The museum contains a collection of photographs, artifacts, printed material, and audio/visual displays that will bring you the true flavor of an age gone by.
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    The folks have done a great job restoring some very neat planes, including the Super G Constellation, a Martin 404, and a DC 3. A great collection to go see. The staff is very friendly as well!

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    Fantastic!

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