The Airpower Museum
The Air Power Museum’s mission is to preserve our aviation heritage as well as educate both present and future generations about that heritage.
The APM has over 20,000 square feet of display and storage space plus tons of many spare engine and aircraft parts, both on display and being made available to AAA members to assist in their restoration.
The Airpower Museum features a large collection of aircraft, many of which are flown regularly.
At each National AAA/APM Fly-In, the APM holds a Fly-Market, allowing members to buy, sell and trade parts for their airplanes and engines.
Visiting the Airpower Museum
The Airpower Museum is open for visitors:
- Monday – Friday – 9am – 5pm
- Saturday – 10am – 5pm
- Sunday – 1pm – 5pm
Technical Manuals and Drawings
The APM Library has a large collection of aeronautical books, periodicals, and technical drawings from the Golden Age of aviation. Selected technical manuals and drawing resources are now available online as a benefit for AAA members.
The APM owns and sells the Ken-Royce (LeBlond) and Rearwin Cloudster factory remains.
The APM has also acquired the Helton Lark Aircraft Company and can now offer spare parts for the Helton Lark and Culver Cadets.
What’s the difference between the AAA and the APM?
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Read about the relationship between the AAA and the Airpower Museum.
Who are the APM Trustees? Here are some biographies for APM trustees, who work closely with the AAA Directors.