Aircraft of the VAHF

The Foundation and museum were established to preserve the memory of aircraft from the early days of flight, specifically dating from the years before World War II. Many of the museum's aircraft are flyable, and others are projects being restored or built to flying status.

Flyable Aircraft

Bleriot ThumbnailBleriot Model XI

Canuck ThumbnailCanuck

Fokker Dr.IFokker Dr.I Triplane

Fokker D.VII ThumbnailFokker D.VII

Luscombe 8A Thumbnail Luscombe 8A

Meyers OTW Thumbnail Meyers OTW

Piper J-3 ThumbnailPiper J-3 Cub

Pietenpol Sky Scout ThumbnailPietenpol Sky Scout

Thomas-Morse Thumbnail Thomas-Morse Scout

Project Aircraft

These are the projects which are currently being worked on by VAHF volunteers at Old Kingsbury Aerodrome. We can always use volunteers - no experience necessary! There is always work to be done at all skill levels, and you can learn as you go. If you're interested in volunteering, please contact Bill Broussard at the following address:

RAF SE5a thumbnailRoyal Aircraft Factory SE5a replica

Bristol F.2 layout thumbnail Original and replica Bristol Fighters

Rearwin 2000C Ken-Royce biplane thumbnail Rearwin 2000C Ken-Royce biplane

Thomas-Morse Thumbnail Thomas-Morse Scout #2

Other Aircraft

On any given day, you may find a number of other aircraft at Old Kingsbury Aerodrome. Some may be based at Old Kingsbury but not owned by VAHF, others may have dropped in just to visit the museum and workshops, and yet others may be projects being built for hire by Vintage Aviation Services, which shares the field with the VAHF.

Contact us:

190 Pershing Lane
Kingsbury, TX 78638

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