Fly Delta Air LinesThe Delta Flight Museum is an aviation and corporate museum located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The museum is housed in two 1940s-era Delta Air Lines maintenance hangars, which were used until the 1960s when the Delta Technical Operations Center, formerly known as the Jet Base, was completed.

ENTRANCE: Delta Flight Museum
Plakette: 'No one person is an airline. An airline is a team'
Rolls Royce Triebwerk

Außenbereich

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Delta Boeing 757-200
Ship 608 in its retro 1985 livery
Delta Boeing 757-200
Delta Boeing 757-200

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Delta McDonnell Douglas DC-9-51
Delta McDonnell Douglas DC-9-51
Delta McDonnell Douglas DC-9-51

Hangar One: The Propeller Age

Northwest Airways – Waco 125
(full scale replica Huff Daland Duster)
Reg.: NC4546 c/n: 1397
Northwest Airways Waco 125
Northwest Airways Waco 125

Delta Air Service – Travel Air 6B Sedan
(Travel Air 6000 später bekannt als Curtiss-Wright 6B)
Reg.: NC8878 (current), 477W (original) c/n: 6B-2040
Delta Air Service Travel Air 6B Sedan
Delta Air Service Travel Air 6B Sedan

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Northeast Airlines – Stinson SR-8E Reliant
Reg.: NC16181 c/n: 9755
Northeast Airlines Stinson SR-8E Reliant
Northeast Airlines Stinson SR-8E Reliant

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Delta Air Lines – Douglas DC-3G202A
Reg.: NC28341 c/n: 3278
Delta Ship 41
Delta Douglas DC-3-357
Delta Douglas DC-3-357

Hangar Two: The Jet Age

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Boeing 737-200
full motion flight simulator
true pilot trainer

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Delta Air Lines – Boeing 767-232
Reg.: N102DA c/n: 22214 / 12
Delta Ship 102
Boeing 767-200 'The Spirit of Delta'
Boeing 767-200 ‚The Spirit of Delta‘

Bugsektion: Prototype Lockheed L-1011
Type: Lockheed L-1011-1; Serial Number: 1001; First flight date: 16. November 1970