Air Museum History

The International Sport Aviation Museum at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, Florida, has gained international recognition as a first-class aviation museum, administered by the Sun ‘n Fun Aviation Foundation cialis.
The foundation is a non-profit, tax exempt corporation dedicated to the development of the museum as a means to further its commitment to education, safety and the preservation of our aviation heritage viagra online.

The International Sport Aviation Museum and Aviation Center is located on a 40 acre campus area adjacent to the Fly-In convention site viagra. The 20,000-square-foot facility houses the museum’s current collection of aircraft and memorabilia, plus the Foundation’s administrative offices.
The International Sport Aviation Museum has a 1,300-square-foot library with more than 4,000 aviation books and 27,000 magazines providing for the first phase of a historical research center. The International Sport Aviation Museum currently houses a collection of approximately 35 experimental and homebuilt aircraft along with several outdoor displays .

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