1918 Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a (Representation)

The S.E.5a (representation) was one of the most successful fighters of World War I. It was a fine gun platform with none of the bad traits of some contemporaries, i.e. vicious turning because of engine torque, or shedding of fabric or wings.

1918 Standard J-1 (Restoration)

The 1918 Standard J-1 (original) was the number two trainer in the U.S. Air Service during World War I. Basically a good airplane, it was hampered by a Hall-Scott A-7 engine that was unreliable and frequently caught fire in the air.

1923 Fokker C.IVa (Restoration)

Originally configured as a two cockpit observation plane, the 1923 Fokker C.IV has experienced a number of modifications over its long lifetime.

1930 Curtiss-Wright Travel Air D-4000 Speedwing (Restoration)

Completed on Saint Valentine’s Day 1930, this Travel Air D-4000 Speedwing joined the Museum’s aircraft collection in late 2013.

1930 Domenjoz Glider (Original)

John Domenjoz, former Bleriot test pilot, instructor and world-wide barnstormer, arrived at Old Orchard Beach, Maine in 1929, to test the possibility of sail power for aircraft.

1930 Pitcairn PA-7S Sport Mailwing (Restoration)

The Pitcairn Aircraft Company was formed in 1924 by Harold Pitcairn as the Pitcairn Flying School and Passenger Service, which would later become Eastern Airlines.