Eden Hopkins

Marketing Communications Coordinator


SEATTLE—The following air- and spacecraft constitute the major artifacts of The Museum of Flight collection:

On display at the main Museum location, 9404 East Marginal Way S., Seattle:

Aerocar III

Aeronca C-2*

Aeronca L-3B*

Alexander Eaglerock

Bede BD-5 Micro**

Beech C-45H Expeditor*

Boeing 80-A1

Boeing 100/P-12

Boeing AGM-86B ALCM

Boeing B-29 Superfortress

Boeing B&W*

Boeing Lunar Roving Vehicle

Boeing VC-137B

Boeing WB-47E Stratojet

Bowers Fly Baby*

Canadair CL-13B Sabre

Caproni Ca 20

Cessna CG-2*

Chanute-Herring Glider*

Curtiss JN-4D Jenny

Curtiss Robin

Douglas A-4F Skyhawk

Douglas DC-3*

Fairchild 24*

Fiat G.91 Pan

Goodyear FG-1D Corsair

Grumman A-6E Intruder

Grumman F9F-8 Cougar

Grumman F-14A Tomcat

Hiller YH-32 Hornet*

Insitu Aerosonde*

Lamson L-106 Alcor*

Lear Fan 2100*

Lilienthal Glider*

Lockheed D-21B

Lockheed F-104C Starfighter*

Lockheed M-21

McAllister Yakima Clipper*

McCready Gossamer Albatross II*

McDonnell F-4C Phantom II

McDonnell Mercury Capsule*



Northrop YF-5A*

Piper J-3 Cub*

Quickie Q.200

Resurs 500

Rockwell Apollo Command Module

Rotorway Scorpion**

Ryan M-1


Stearman C-3B*

Stearman PT-13A Kaydet*

Stephens Akro*

Stinson SR Reliant*

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX

Swallow Commercial*

Thorp T-18 Tiger**

W.A.R. P-47D**

Wright 1902 Glider*

*denotes artifact hanging from the ceiling in flight attitude

**denotes aircraft designated for hands-on youth exhibits

On display at the Museum’s Restoration Center, 2909 100th St. S.W., Everett, Wash.:

Bensen B-8M Gyro-Copter

Boeing 247D

Boeing 727-100

Boeing B-52G Stratofortress

Bowlus BA-100 Baby Albatross

da Vinci Uccello

de Havilland D.H.100 Vampire FB.5

de Havilland D.H.106 Comet 4C

Dornier Do 27

Durand Mk V

Eipper Cumulus VB

Erco Ercoupe 415-C

Fournier RF-4D

General Motors FM-2 Wildcat

Heath Parasol

Howard DGA-15

Huber 101-1 Aero

LET LF-107 Lunak

Lockheed F-80C Shooting Star

McDonnell-Douglas AV-8C Harrier

Nord 1002 (Bf 108)

Piasecki H-21B Workhorse

Pratt-Read PR-G1

Pterodactyl Ascender

Pterodactyl Ascender II

Rotec Rally III B

Rutan Quickie

Rutan Vari-Eze

Rutan Vari Viggen

Sikorsky HH-52 Seaguard

Sorrel Parasol

Stinson 108 Voyager

Taylorcraft A

Taylorcraft BC-12D

Vought XF8U-1 Crusader

Wizard J-2

On display at the Museum’s Champlin Fighter Collection, 4636 Fighter Aces Dr.,

Mesa, Ariz.:

Albatros D.Va

Aviatik D. I

Curtiss P-40N Warhawk

Fokker D.VII

Fokker D.VIII

Fokker Dr.I Triplane

Fokker E.III

Goodyear F2G-1 Super Corsair

Lockheed P-38L Lightning

Messerschmitt Bf 109E-3

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21PF

Nieuport Type 27

Nieuport Type 28

Pfalz D.XII

RAF S.E.5a

Republic P-47D Thunderbolt

Rumpler Taube

Sopwith Camel

Sopwith Pup

Sopwith Snipe

Sopwith Triplane


Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX

Yakovlev Yak-9U

Not currently on display or on loan:

Aerosport Scamp

Antonov An-2

Boeing 737-100

Boeing 747-100

Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress

Boeing DarkStar

Cascade Ultralights Kasperwing

Convair XF2Y-1 Seadart

Douglas DC-2

Kawanishi N1K2

Kolb Ultrastar

Lockheed Jetstar

Monnett Monerai

Nieuport Type 24

Task Silhouette

Vickers VC-2 Viscount


The independent, non-profit Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world. The Museum’s collection includes more than 135 historically significant air- and spacecraft, as well as the Red Barn—the original manufacturing facility of The Boeing Co. The Museum’s aeronautical library and archival holdings are the largest on the West Coast. More than 100,000 children are served annually by the Museum’s on-site and outreach educational programs—the most extensive museum-based youth aviation and space education program in the country. The Museum of Flight is one of only 750 museums in the nation and nine in Washington state that are fully accredited by the American Association of Museums.