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April is a busy month at Lone Star Flight Museum as we finalize details for our Taking Flight Gala, begin installation of the Aviation Learning Center, and keep hammering away on our new building. Here are some updates for you as we continue to climb!

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The new Aviation Learning Center (ALC) will be the cornerstone of the educational program in the new Lone Star Flight Museum.  The ALC features three physical spaces accessed by a group of stu

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As we put the final touches our new museum at Ellington Airport we are looking for recycled iPads for use in our interactive Aviation Learning Center.

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The Lone Star Flight Museum “Taking Flight” Gala Co-Chairs Cathy and Joe Cleary and Lisa and Jerry Simon hosted a VIP Reveal reception on Tuesday, February 28th at the River Oaks Country Club.  Nearly 200 guests mixed and mingled before enjoying a brief program about the new museum and to learn more about the upcoming gala on May 20th to take place in the new facility.

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From the Flight Deck

LSFM Wings Over Houston Preview Party - On Friday, October 21, the Lone Star Flight Museum board of directors hosted a preview of the 2016 Wings Over Houston Airshow at Ellington Airport before it was opened to the public. Guests enjoyed watching practices by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, LSFM Warbirds, the Commemorative Air Force and a Tora! Tora! Tora! demo.

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Aviation Week - HOUSTON — New Lone Star Flight Museum CEO Douglas H.

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His first to-do as he moves into his new position is to fundraise for the museum while it transfers into its new $35 million, 130,000-square-foot home at Houston’s Ellington Airport.

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GALVESTON, TX (KTRK) -- Inside a hangar at Galveston's Scholes International Airport, you'll find an aircraft exhibit unlike any other in southeast Texas. The Lone Star Flight Museum boasts a collection of planes from World War II to the Vietnam War era. Larry Gregory is the museum's president.

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Although it has since reopened, the Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston sustained heavy damage from Hurricane Ike back in 2008. Most airworthy planes were flown out of harm’s way in advance, but many static displays were damaged or destroyed. The museum is moving inland to new facilities at Ellington Airport, and the new museum comes with a new CEO.