Air Pirates An organization that has
recovered over 65 aircraft in the past thirty years. These aircraft are
on display at the Air Force Museum, Naval Museum, Marine Corps Aviation
Museum, Pima Air Museum, Tillamook Naval Air Station Museum and many
other aviation museums.
The Aircraft Restoration Company
Flying and static restorations for museums, collections, and private
Airframe Assemblies Ltd. Manufacturer of
sheet metal aircraft parts for historic warbirds.
Antique Aircraft Restoration
The Flight Center has access to parts for all makes and models of
aircraft, specializing in antique aircraft restoration of Stearman,
T-Craft, Stinson, Waco, Luscomb and Swift. Recovering, using the Poly
Arrow Recovery Canada A non-profit
corporation that located missing Avro Arrow flight test models in June
1999. Avro history, technical information, photos, video, models,
Aviation Archaeological Investigation & Research
AAIR is a source for U.S. military aircraft accident reports and
individual aircraft record (history) cards.
Aviation Archaeology From this
site you can order USN, USAF, and USAAF accident reports.
B-36: Saving the Last Peacemaker
A photographic record of the true story to save the last B-36
Peacemaker. On compact disk for display with a Web browser.
& J Aircraft Instrument part sales for World
War II through early jet era aircraft. Items for aircraft such as the
B-17, B-24, B-25, B29, B-36, F-84, P-40, P-47, P-51, P-63, S-2 and
others. Great site for restoration projects or aviation enthusiasts and
Vultee Homepage Images, information, and
references for Vultee aviation enthusiasts.
Jump Airport Fabric Restoration A fabric
airplane restoration shop in southeastern Massachusetts.
Canvas Falcon Engineering This site is
dedicated to restoration and reproduction of the aircraft of the First
World War. Includes a "virtual museum," forum, and free classifieds.
Classic Fighters A Belgian
aircraft preservation group which seeks to keep the aviation heritage
alive by restoring and operating several historic aircraft.
Clyde North Aeronautical Preservation Group
The CNAPG is a non-profit group formed near Melbourne, Australia to
preserve and promote all aspects of aviation: static and flying
restorations, collections of aircraft parts, books, magazines,
brochures, photographs and other memorabilia.
Constellation Group Dedicated to the
restoration and operation of the Lockheed Constellation air transport.
They operate the MATS Connie, a C-121A transport that was built in 1948
and served in the Military Air Transport Service until 1968.
Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum
Projects and restoration school.
Halberstadt C.V site A site
devoted to the restoration of the only remaining example of a
Halberstadt CV at Brussels air museum: photo essay of the aircraft with
comments and detailed observations.
Halifax Restoration Team Halifax restoration,
history, information, links.
International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery
Aviation archaeological foundation with a full-time professional staff
to guide an international membership of researchers and supporters in
the non-profit organization's efforts to find, save, and preserve rare
and historic aircraft.
The Memorial Flight A
non-profit organisation which aims to preserve French and European
aeronautical heritage, mainly centered on the First World War period.
Restoration to flying condition of an original SPAD XIII C1. Current
flyable aeroplanes include a Fokker DR-I reproduction, an original
Morane AI type XXIX, a Dassault MD311 Flamant, and a reproduction
Blériot XI². Other projects include an RAF SE5a and the static
restoration of the historic "Point d'Interrogation" on behalf of the
Musée de l'Air. French site.
Mike's Hangar and
Aircraft Restoration Co. features a multitude of aircraft and
restoration pictures descibing what we do
No Job Is Too Small Machine
shop services for restorations, and other projects.
Oklahoma Wreckchasing Involved in aviation
archaeology since mid-1997 and based in Oklahoma City, they have details
of over one hundred civilian and military aircraft crashes dating from
1929. Arkansas and Oklahoma are primary areas of research. Links to
other aviation archaeology and crash sites.
Plane Services Ltd "The UK's Original Antique Aircraft
Company, specialising in maintenance, manufacturing and restoration for
aircraft types from 1904 to the present day".
Prop-Liners of America A non-profit
organization specializing in the restoration and exhibition of propeller
driven airliners. The first project is a Convair 240 and future
projects include a DC-3, DC-4, DC-6 and DC-7. Volunteers wanted.
The Restorers An independently produced
documentary film about warbird and vintage aircraft restorers. On VHS
Sea-Tech Exploration Projects by these
specialists in sub-sea operations include dives to WWII Warbirds that
have crashed into the sea.
Southern Aviation Service Inc.
Aircraft maintenance, annual inspections, airframe repair, engine
rebuilds, recovering, restoration, modifications, and painting.
Specializing in vintage/classic General Aviation taildraggers.
Stearman Restorers Association An independent
"Not for Profit" corporation dedicated to the preservation, restoration,
flying and safety of Stearman Aircraft.
Aircraft maintenance and restoration facility on TxAeroSport Aerodrome,
specializing in Piper Cub and Supercub repair and restoration.
Vintage Sailplane Association Promotes the
acquision, restoration and flying of vintage sailplanes. Assists the
National Soaring Museum in the preservation of soaring history and the
promotion of vintage sailplane activity.
Vulcan Restoration Trust A charity which owns
Avro Vulcan XL426. The 32 page A4 magazine The Vulcan News is published
three times a year, and is free to VRT members.
Warbird Alley A reference source for owners,
operators, pilots, mechanics, restorers, and enthusiasts of classic,
privately-owned, ex-military aircraft.
Warbirds Resource Group - Restoration Department
Restoration and recovery project information.
Warbirds Restoration Resource Group
Available through the Warbirds Resource Group site.
Yakkes Foundation This foundation evolved
from an idea of a few aviation-entrepreneurs who are, either
professionally or privately, intrigued by all aspects of flight. Its
purpose is to keep older airplanes in perfect flying condition for the
joy of the aviation sport and spectators alike.