Sullenberger Aviation Museum


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Founded in 1992 by aviation enthusiast and commander of the Carolinas Wing of the Confederate Air Force, Floyd Swinton Wilson and his wife Lois and located just alongside Charlotte Douglas International Airport, the Sullenberger Aviation Museum is home to aircraft and artifacts from the advent of aviation, including the iconic award-winning “Miracle on the Hudson” exhibition featuring the famed passenger jet that landed safely in New York’s Hudson River in 2009.

Highlighting stories of innovation, hope and heroism throughout the history of aviation, the museum seeks to inspire visitors of all ages to pursue their own dreams and goals.

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Sullenberger Aviation Museum Reaches $31M Capital Campaign Goal

April 21, 2023
The Sullenberger Aviation Museum announced the completion of its "Lift Off Campaign" – the museum's largest fundraising effort to date – garnering commitments of more than $31...

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