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| Keith Hunt|
Mt Baldy, California
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10/22/2010 @ 09:26 [ref: 11343]
| Chaim Shen-Orr|
Really top-notch - and I have seen many !
Access to aircraft & equipment is a lot easier than in other aviation museums. The staff is verrry helpful and knowledgeable - enjoyed talking / swapping info with them.
One criticism (couldn't do without one . . ;-):
Many pre-restoration aircraft are parked outside - some of them really interesting (like the "parasit" RF-84 Thunderflash version). It's a pity there are no signs explaining what these aircraft are.
05/09/2010 @ 19:19 [ref: 9350]
Truly enjoyable visit to a museum that is head-and-shoulders above it's neighbor at Yanks. The only critcism is that they seem to neglect the newer A/C such as the jets parked in back. Highly recommended to anyone who wants to see quality restoration, not aviation billboards like the Midway museum down south.
02/08/2009 @ 19:03 [ref: 8672]
| Bill Mosby|
Salt Lake City, Utah
I first encountered this collection when it was in Claremont, CA in the early 60s. I first got a good look at the collection when it was at the airport then known as Orange County Airport in the late 60s. It was then and is now my favorite air museum. As some have already mentioned, the lack of crowd controls at the museum is a big plus. Back in the late 60s it was even more accessible, as all the work areas were also pretty much open to people to wander around in. I have a picture of their P-26 being started up at an airshow in July 1969, you can see it on www.airliners.net if you search on "P-26". It's ID # 1046191 on that site.
02/02/2009 @ 16:05 [ref: 8650]
| John Wade|
I really like the lack of barriers and control measures. I was free to walk around almost unrestricted, except for the obvious and needed safety measures. The staff were very friendly and the exhibits well laid out. Great to see so many flyable aircraft and they take great pride in that fact. My one criticism would be that I would like to see more information on each of the aircraft. Some were not labled at all which is a shame. Nice gift shop as well. You can stand and watch the restorations crew work which is great fun. One member even asked if I had questions and stood there and talked to me about the aircraft until he had to get back to his duties. A very helpful person that enhanced my visit. Top notch working museum!
11/15/2008 @ 19:03 [ref: 8518]
I've been to Chino twice in my life, once when I was a teenager in the 90's and now in my thirties. It's amazing to see my old Kodak's of these magnificent planes compared to the digitals I now have, and it's a credit to the staff that the planes are so well taken care of.
There is a collection of aircraft in the rear of the museum that is awaiting restoration, including several A-4's, an F-104, a Crusader, and an engineless F-14. I can see a "Jet Fighter" hanger in the future filled with these beautiful machines.
The collection is second to none, and the restoration work is somewhere between the realm of spectacular and breathtaking. This is definitely a museum worth visiting if your within a 5 hour driving radius.
12/09/2007 @ 21:46 [ref: 6570]
| Bob Velker|
Diamond Bar, California
Chino, CA – March 31, 2007 -- To everyone who has been following the progress of Team Comet: just to let you know that we have been working hard to finish the restoration of The Air Museum Planes of Fame’s YP-59A Airacomet, S/N 42-108777, to flight status in time for the 2007 Air Show (May 19 & 20), but we are going to come up a few months short. You can now expect us to finish it by late this summer. But watch for it to fly again on the anniversary of its maiden flight -- October 1, 1942 -- 65 years ago! Please visit our P-59 page for recent photos and more updates.
04/02/2007 @ 13:59 [ref: 5777]