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Historic Aircraft MakeOver
A transformation has occurred at the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum's flightline as its 1952 Martin 4-O-4 airliner has received a 60 year make over, receiving a fresh coat of paint and a new logo to transform it into a resemblance of the prototypes that rolled out of the Middle River Martin Aircraft plant. This Martin 404 seating forty passengers and a crew of three was donated to the Museum in 2000 and flew from California into Martin State Airport to the Museum's flightline. Thanks to the generous support of the MS2 Division of Lockheed Martin which made this rebirth of the iconic airliner possible, the Museum's 404 appears ready for an excursion to an East coast city, much as it did in its commercial heyday. The aircraft can be seen during a visit to the Museum Wednesday through Saturday from 11am - 3pm, weather permitting. For admission and additional information, call 410-682-6122 or visit www.mdairmuseum.org.
|Where||The Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum 701 Wilson Point Rd, Middle River, MD 21220 (at Martin State Airport Hangar 5)|
|Time||11:00 am–3:00 pm|
|Price||$3 for adults and $1 for children|
More About The Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum
The Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum is located inside Martin State Airport in Hangar 5 just off of Wilson Point Road. Among the aircraft on display at the museum's outdoor flightline is the Lockheed Shooting Star, the A-7D Corsair, the F-4 Phantom and a 1952 Martin 404 passenger airliner built by the Glenn L. Martin Company. Exhibits include "They Answered the Call," honoring WWII workers at the Glenn L. Martin Company. There are exhibits on Lockheed, the Maryland Air National Guard and Glenn L. Martin. Educational programs are available for teachers and youth group leaders in search of field trip experiences. Discover eastern Baltimore County's rich heritage with a visit to the Museum.
Other events here
- Maryland Airfest Sat, May 25, 10:00 am–4:00 pm