| Avg. visitor rating: (114 visitors)
|Address(1)||Queen City Airport, 1730 Vultee St.|
- Hours of operation
- Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm
- Free Parking
Exhibits - By Primary role|
Reviews / Comments by our visitors
It is gone. I learned to fly there and I inquired about in my first days there. It's unfortunate because Queen City has such a great history as it used to be the the manufacturing location and test site for TBY Seawolf during WWII.
01/09/2013 @ 16:23 [ref: 55398]
Patchogue, New York
Sorry, but I think that it is gone..no web site of its own, and I went up and down Vultee Street with no evidence of it still being around.
09/06/2010 @ 16:54 [ref: 10762]
| John Fisher|
I have never been to the Allied Air Force Museum, but I have received a number of phone calls from potential visitors because the Aviation Enthusiast Corner has the wrong phone number listed. They might get more business if they were to list the correct number. I know that the number for the Queen City Airport in Allentown, PA where the museum is located is 215-791-5193.
04/12/2010 @ 11:36 [ref: 9327]
| Ken Neubeck|
, New York
I stopped by to see this museum in late June and it appears to have closed up shop. The area is fenced off and there is no signs at all.
06/26/2007 @ 11:37 [ref: 6018]
| Joe Gradin|
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania
Joe Fillman,I thought that you guys moved to State College last year. I am looking to borrow or rent tools to install the prop retaining nut,prop dome and valve hsng on a 43D51-355 prop on a R1820 engine used on a C1 aircraft. I am still working on the engine for the DVHAA at Willow Grove. Remember last year you sent me copies of the parts breakdown for the prop. I will pay or reimburse you for the shipping. Phone 215 997 8850 day 215 646 6239 nites.
08/05/2002 @ 18:59 [ref: 2335]
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