Museum Rendering

Retired USAF Lieutenant General selected to pilot new Museum - HOUSTON - The Lone Star Flight Museum (LSFM) is pleased to announce that Douglas H. Owens, Lieutenant General, USAF (Retired), will become the Museum’s Chief Executive Officer effective September 19, 2016. As CEO, General Owens will have the overall responsibility for strategic planning, construction...

Night at the Museum

Sponsored by FedEx, the Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston hosted the event attended by the families of more than 30 children who are receiving treatment at the Shriner's Hospital in Galveston.

Concrete Foundation

The first concrete pour for the future site of the $35 million Lone Star Flight Museum at Ellington Airport took place Friday morning at 11551 Aerospace Avenue, Houston.

From the Flight Deck

The Lone Star Flight Museum (LSFM) is pleased to announce that Douglas H. Owens, Lieutenant General, USAF (Retired), will become the Museum’s Chief Executive Officer effective September 19. As CEO, General Owens will have the overall responsibility for strategic planning, construction and the ongoing success of the new $35 million aviation history and STEM museum currently being built at Houston’s Ellington Airport.

Aviation Learning Center

The Lone Star Flight Museum announced in June that it has entered into an agreement with The Museum of Flight, Seattle, Washington to install an Aviation Learning Center (ALC) in the new $35 millio

LSFM ground breaking

HOUSTON – On November 9, 2015, the Lone Star Flight Museum will break ground on a state-of-the-art facility at Ellington Airport.

Lone Star Flight Museum Announcement

The bright yellow vintage PT-17 Stearman biplane taxiing into Ellington Airport on Monday once trained World War II pilots.

Underground work beneath the Waltrip Hangar has sustained a brisk pace over the past week. Footings and plinths (foundation support), the primary drainage trench, and underground utilities including the pneumatic and electrical/data floor boxes, have been installed...

From the Flight Deck

On Friday morning, July 15 a major construction milestone was achieved as D.E. Harvey Builders poured the first half of the concrete slab of the future Waltrip Hangar at the new Lone Star Flight Museum facility at Ellington Airport...