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1. A Jumbo Crowd-Pleaser Arrives A Jumbo Crowd-Pleaser Arrives January 31, 2010 The Airline History Museum added a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar to its aircraft on display on January 29, 2010. The jumbo jet was headed for the scrap heap until an Arizona man donated the $100,000 that allowed...

2. Connie Lovers Seek Donations Connie Lovers Seek Donations September 4, 2005 Article tells about Robert Cohn who is donating his extensive collection of airline, particularly TWA, memorabilia to help raise money for repairing the disabled Connie at the Airline History Museum.

3. Fliers on Way to Iowa Fliers on Way to Iowa August/29/1918 Description of the mock air battle August 28, 1918, conducted by the British-American Flying Mission in its tour across the country to provide the public a better understanding of airplanes and how they...

4. Kansas City Woman Flier Wins Many Awards Kansas City Woman Flier Wins Many Awards December/18/1961 Photo and biographical article about Grace Harris, winner of international racing competitions starting in the late 1940s in America and Europe, in both airplanes and automobiles.

5. KC Seeks New Place to Display Old Plane KC Seeks New Place to Display Old Plane December 25, 2006 Article reports the possibility of Union Station becoming the permanent indoor home of a 1930 American Eaglet two-seater airplane, originally manufactured at the Fairfax Airport. The Eaglet is described...

6. Plane's Devotees In a Tailspin Plane's Devotees In a Tailspin August 13, 2005 The "Connie" airplane, a Lockheed Constellation located at the Wheeler Downtown Airport and part of the Airline History Museum can no longer fly. It was the last one in the United States that could fly....

7. Planes Thrilled 125,000 Here in 1918 Planes Thrilled 125,000 Here in 1918 August/28/1968 Article recalling the mock air battle on August 28, 1918, over Swope Park, by the British-American Flying Mission touring the country to provide the public better understanding of airplanes and their utilization...

8. Postcards of Historic Northeast Postcards of Historic Northeast August 24, 2005 This week's featured postcard is of TWA and features the Constellation airplane. It reads "Providing the very finest in airline service between major cities from coast to coast, this newest Constellation,...

9. R. Shelden and Ruth Stafford R. Shelden and Ruth Stafford October/31/1974 Biographical article about R. Shelden Stafford and his wife Ruth Stafford, local "ferry pilots" flying small airplanes to destinations around the world from their headquarters residence "at Lake Lotawana."...

10. Success on the Fly Success on the Fly October 18, 2009 Article profiles Robert Baslee and his company Airdrome Aeroplanes, a world leader in producing replica WWI aircraft. Baslee has designed and manufactured over 60 planes in this Holden, Missouri, workshop,...