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Antique Airplane Association Founder & President, Robert Leo Taylor
July 2, 1924 – June 20, 2020 Published in Midwest Flyer – August/September 2002 issue Ottumwa, Iowa – Robert (Bob) L. Taylor, 95, founder and president of the Antique Airplane Association (AAA), and cofounder and chairman of the Airpower Museum … Continue reading
Leadership of Antique Airplane Association Remains All In The Family
In July of 1953, the oldest antique airplane was 50 and not flying much. Jets were beginning to squeeze props from the sky, and airplanes from the 1920s and ’30s were disappearing, some barely old enough to vote. Progress has … Continue reading
Q: What’s Better Than Old Airplanes?
A: Old HOMEBUILT Airplanes! The Antique Airplane Association’s Legacy Log of Homebuilt Aircraft by Ed Leineweber Well, it took me 41 years to get there, but I finally made it to the Antique Airplane Association’s (AAA) annual fly-in at Antique … Continue reading