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Can I fly to the museum?

Unfortunately, it is not possible to fly a private aircraft to the museum. Dayton International and Xenia/Greene County are the two closest public airports to the museum. Their websites should have information about shuttles or other ground transportation.

Does the museum ever host fly-ins?

The museum does host a World War I Dawn Patrol Rendezvous (biennial event), which takes place in a turf flying field area with aircraft that do not require a hard surface for landing. Please visit the Outdoor Aviation Events page for more information about this event.

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