SEATTLE — The Museum of Flight recently opened its new, three-acre Aviation Pavilion.
The nine-story roofed outdoor gallery doubles the museum’s exhibit space with the biggest expansion in its 51-year history. [Read more…]
SEATTLE — The world’s oldest flyable Boeing airliner will make its last flight April 26, according to officials with the Museum of Flight.
The classic twin-engine Boeing 247D from the 1930s — one of four remaining in the world, and the only one flyable — has been in the museum’s collection since 1966. [Read more…]