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201 NW Lou Holland Drive
Kansas City, MO 64116
816.421.3401
800.513.9484

  

Hangar Dance Benefit ...  (3/26/08)
A night of dancing and nostalgia is planned for the evening of May 17th from 7 to 10 PM at the Airline History Museum Hangar. Drive in or fly in. CLICK HERE to see a full color brochure and ticket reservation form. More questions? Call the museum at 816.421.3401 or email ahmairshows@sbcglobal.net.


October Fund Raiser Gala ...  (1/25/08)
John Travolta, actor, pilot, aviation enthusiast, and AHM member came to Kansas City to host a benefit gala for the museum. The evening's event was called "Return to First Class", and was held in October, 2007 at the AHM hangar at the Kansas City Downtown Airport. Tables for 10 persons were available, as well as individual tickets. There was food, dancing, and music. Mr. Travolta danced with a lucky lady who was the highest bidder during the fund raising activities. All proceeds, after expenses, went to the Airline History Museum. Additional information will be posted on this site as soon as it is available.


Many New Items Added to the Internet Gift Shop ...  (1/25/08)
There are now seven gift categories; Hats, Jackets, Books, Models, Gifts, Shirts, and Videos, with a total of 108 gift items to choose from. Soon, even more categories and other popular gift selections will be added. The AHM plans to eventually offer all of the most popular and best selling items from our AHM Gift Shop. Click on the "Gift Shop" link, at the left of your screen, to see the new selections and begin your AHM Internet Gift Shop experience.


Museum "Connie" is a movie star...  (1/25/08)
A motion picture, titled "The Aviator", opened in theaters in December, 2004.
It is the story of the life of aviation pioneer Howard Hughes. The development of the Constellation was a major event in his aviation career. Filming the movie, with our AHM Constellation, took place in October, 2003 at the San Bernardino Airport, located just east of Los Angeles. The AHM Connie, complete with the original TWA paint scheme, created the perfect "set" for the movie makers.

A story about filming our Connie's part in the movie, complete with photos, has now been written and placed elsewhere on this site. To visit the "set" of the motion picture "The Aviator"   Click Here 


Flight of Fancy - Click Here  (1/25/08)
Freelance writer Conger Beasley Jr. has given the Airline History Museum permission to reprint his article, "Flight of Fancy", that originally appeared in the Kansas City Star Magazine on August 18, 2002.  Take a flight with us aboard Kansas City's Connie as a writer takes the ride of his dreams.


  

Aircraft Status (Last Updated March 31, 2008) In Out
 Lockheed Constellation   
 Martin 4O4  
 Douglas DC-3 (currently undergoing restoration at museum)  

We recommend calling 816-421-3401 to verify which aircraft are available for group tours.

   

   

   

    

   
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