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"I just wanted to express my thanks to you and the staff at Valle, AZ for making our visit very special and memorable... The bottom line is that Planes of Fame is more than the planes and the flying, it's the great people working for you that make it an experience my family and I want to repeat. We appreciate the work you have done over many years to preserve our aircraft heritage and I have to think the Good Lord has blessed Planes of Fame because He wants that too.

Michael H., Vernon, AZ
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Flying & Static Aircraft

The Planes of Fame Air Museum is a "living history" museum, where the aircraft are not only preserved, but are kept flying!

Through the generosity of the many people who donate funds or aircraft parts to the museum and the dozens of  volunteers who donate their time to restore and maintain the aircraft, many of these rare warbirds are in flying condition.

To share the collection with the public, our warbirds are flown regularly, participating in  airshows,  military base open houses, various events, and are used in the making of television programs and motion picture presentations.


As a result of sharing our collection, a specific aircraft may be absent from our Chino or Valle locations at times.  Please check with the Museum before visiting, if you want to check on the availability of a specific aircraft.  Check out the Aircraft Flight Schedule page to see when various aircraft will be away and/or flying.


Use the table below to browse the entire collection!  Certain listed aircraft have a button that provides additional information; click on

» click on column headers to sort list
Lancair
Composit Home Built
235
Bede
Micro (Homebuilt)
BD-5V
TEAM/JTD
Mini-MAX
Mini-MAX 1600
Yakovlev
Soviet WWII Fighter
Yak-3
Foreign
Mikoyan-Gurevich
Fagot
MiG-15UTI
Billy Walker
Nieuport
17
» click on column headers to sort list
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