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Donate Aviation Related Items

Money and aircraft are not the only types of donations we are looking for. Most of the artifacts in our collection are actually smaller items, the vast majority of which are not yet on display. These items include everything from books and documents to aviation related marketing material and military uniforms.

The primary focus of our collestion is items related to aviation in the Carolinas. This ranges from items related to civilian and military aviation to artifacs related to persons from the Carolinas who have been involved in aviation. Even items seemingly unrelated to avaition in the Carolinas, however, are also very much related. A WWII German or Japanese flight manual for example, is also of interest as it will help us show what military aviatiors from the Carolinas have been fighting to defend against.

Items from Veterans

A large part of our collection is related to military aviation in the Carolinas. This includes individuals who have served in the defence of our country. The Museum in an excellent place to donate artifacts from relatives who have served our country. These items will be lovingly cared for and appreciated. In the future, as we our new hangar and other buildings, we will then be able to incorportate such items into new displays. Please help us tell the story of these every day heros who have given so much so we could enjoy the freedoms we have.

Items from Your Travels

Have you flown to some out of the way place on some obscure foreign airline? No item is too small or uninteresting. Old in flight magazines, menus, luggage tags, are all of interest. Most people do not think many of these smaller items are valuable, and so finding them is often very difficult.

When it doubt, please offer to donate your items to the museum.

Please contact

Artifact Donations
Carolinas Aviation Museum
4108 Airport Drive
Charlotte, NC 28208
e-mail at:
[email protected]

The Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and donations are tax-deductable.


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