Wings over Miami Air Museum, Tamiami, Florida

The Museum's collection of aircraft are almost all airworthy and some are flown regularly. The site was originally operated by Kermit Weeks who, after severe hurricane damage of his collection in 1992, moved his Fantasy of Flight collection to Polk City.

By the way, the airport's official name is currently Miami Executive Airport, not to be confused with Miami Opa Locka Executive Airport. Until recently it was called Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport.

Aircraft Reg'n Thumbs Notes
Aero Commander 500 N28UA  
Aero Commander 500 N6290B  
Beech (Raytheon) 58 Baron N951P  
Beech V35B Bonanza N6643Q  
Bell 206B JetRanger N900HH  
Bellanca 8KCAB Decathlon N86573  
Cessna 152 N25EF  
Cessna 152 N49453  
Cessna 152 N53396  
Cessna 172N N75537  
Cessna 177RG Cardinal N89SF  
Cessna 340A N817MS  
Cessna 421C Golden Eagle N217PG  
Cessna 421C Golden Eagle N421HF  
Cessna T210L Turbo-Centurion N1742X  
Consolidated PBY-5A (28-5A) Catalina N287 48287 Ex N10017, CF-JMS, VH-UMS, N16647, C-GGDW.
Dassault Falcon 20 YV2919  
Douglas A-26C Invader '931' False Cuban AF markings. Ex 44-35440, French AF 435440, converted to Rock Island Monarch 26 as N6838D, CF-MSB as Tanker 25.
Grumman F-14D Tomcat 164342 US Navy
Nanchang CJ-6A N92863 Chinese AF 51253
North American NA-50 replica N510TQ H-94 Constructed by (converted by?) Slylanes Unlimited.
North American T-6D (SNJ-5) Texan N42897 LH Ex 42-84211, Spanish AF C.6-60 421-71.
North American T-28C Trojan NX80269 (N80269) 140543 USN WB-251
Ryan ST-3KR N56047 120 PT-22 Recruit 41-20945
Santos-Dumont Demoiselle replica    
Schweizer SGS 1-26C N10374  
Vans RV-6 N767DC  

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