Dec 17, 2010
Tonight the National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) revealed the names of the four individuals elected for enshrinement this July, along with the recipient of its 2011 Milton Caniff “Spirit of Flight” Award. The NAHF announcement took place at the Engineers Club of Dayton during a dinner hosted by Dayton-based Aviation Trail, Inc. (ATI) in celebration of the 107th Anniversary of the Wright Brothers first powered flight...
Nov 18, 2010
Carl Day, a longtime Dayton broadcaster and “The Voice of the National Aviation Hall of Fame,” passed away Nov. 17,... Read More
Nov 01, 2010
The National Aviation Hall of Fame has announced that pilot and noted aviation author/photographer Philip Handleman of Birmingham, Mich. is... Read More
Jun 14, 2010
When it comes to appropriately and publicly saluting our nation’s aviation pioneers, there may be no other event as signiﬁcant as the National Aviation Hall of Fame’s Enshrinement gala. Not surprisingly the spectacular formal dinner and ceremony has become known as America’s “Oscar Night of Aviation.” The 2010 edition of historic event will again see a freshman crop of air and space legends inducted before an anticipated audience of 1,000 or more peers and admirers.