Adopt A Plane

FRONTIERS OF FLIGHT MUSEUM INVITES YOU TO

Adopt-A-Plane

• Adopt your favorite plane at the Frontiers of Flight Museum
• Get your name in front of over 100,000 annual visitors
• Help us preserve these planes for many more generations

Scroll down past the benefits to see all the planes!

BENEFITS

FOR EVERYONE

  • Exclusive recognition as Adopt-A-Plane Sponsor for your aircraft in Museum marketing
  • YOUR NAME on a plaque in front of your airplane for a 12-month period
  • YOUR NAME on a framed commemorative “adoption” certificate 
  • YOUR NAME on the Museum’s website
  • YOUR NAME on the Museum’s social media
  • A reception or party at the Museum to celebrate your adoption (event cost covered by donor)

FOR INDIVIDUALS

  • Complimentary membership in the Spirit of Dallas Club ($10K- Aviator level or $5K – Navigator level)

FOR CORPORATE

  • Corporate sponsors receive 200 passes for free admission
  • Representation on the Museum’s Leadership Council

HOW IT WORKS 

Become the exclusive sponsor for a full year with a tax-deductible gift of $10,000 for our featured planes or $5,000 for the other aircraft in the collection.

Sponsorships can be shared by more than one person with adjustments to donor benefits.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Contact Development Director Luis Gonzalez
214-699-4621 or email
or go to:

ADOPT A PLANE

THE PLANES

Click on any image to read more about the aircraft pictured.

Vought V-173 “Flying Pancake” $10,000

Built to test theories of low-aspect ratio wing design for slow flight speeds. Restored by the Vought Aircraft Heritage Foundation.

Pitts S-2B $10,000

Jan Collmer, Museum co-founder, flew this aerobatic plane on the airshow circuit for many years.

Northrop T-38 “Talon” $10,000

The core of the final high performance phase of United States Air Force pilot training.

Bell TH-1L “Iroquois” (“Huey”) $5,000

Served in virtually every mission area during the war in Southeast Asia.

1903 Wright Flyer (model) $5,000

The first powered airplane flew on December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.

LTV A-7 “Corsair II” $5,000

One of the best tactical fighter bombers ever fielded by U.S. forces. Restored by the Vought Aircraft Heritage Foundation.

Glasflügel BS-1 $5,000

One of the first soaring “super ships” and most respected high-performance sailplanes in the world.

Sopwith “Pup” $5,000

Nicknamed the “Pup” for the 20% less wing span of it’s predecessor, the Sopwith 1 Strutter.

Learavia Lear Fan 2100 $5,000

Billed as the world’s first “plastic” business aircraft, it set new standards in business aircraft structures.

Boeing/Stearman PT-17 “Kadet” $5,000

Used as a standard primary trainer from the late 1930s to the end of World War II.


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