Remarks: Traffic alert! 11, 12, and 1 o'clock, B-52, F-84, and B-47! This Cessna 210's fuselage is perched in front of the window at the Kansas Aviation Museum, allowing children to "fly" the aircraft in formation with the rest of the museum's collection.
Remarks: No word on how this relatively new B300 King Air ended up in pieces in a museum. Just the flight deck is on display, in pretty good shape considering the fact that it's open daily for kids to play around in.
Remarks: This is the ahead-of-its-time flight deck of the Beechcraft Starship, on display inside the Kansas Aviation museum (the rest of the aircraft is in worse shape, sitting out on the ramp). The Starship was the first business aircraft to implement a glass cockpit when it entered service in 1986.
Remarks: This aircraft was initially built as a TV-2 for the Navy. Later in life it served as a T-33B for the USAF, was sold to the FAA as N151, and later retired as N1519 at the Kansas Technical Institute in Salina. Now the aircraft resides in Wichita at the Kansas Aviation Museum. The silver paint is new (covering the old FAA orange and white), and the canopy was recently destroyed in a tornado which damaged much of the museum's fleet.
Remarks: This aircraft was built in Wichita and was then operated in Brazil for a number of years. The aircraft returned to Wichita for maintenance, but when the owners abandoned the aircraft it was donated to the Kansas Aviation Museum where it now resides.