How New England Air Museum Restores Aircraft

A behind the scenes look at the museum's restoration and preservation process.

Walk the multiple hangars of aircraft on display at the New England Air Museum (NEAM) in Connecticut and you’ll see a healthy collection of flying machines and accessories—many of which are one-of-a-kind and the only ones in the world. But perhaps even more impressive than NEAM’s collection is how it restores and preserves these machines.

FLYING Media Group’s Larry Anglisano recently spent some time behind the scenes with museum restoration lead Bob Vozzola for an exclusive look at the restoration and preservation process, and produced this video.

Editor’s Note: Video produced by Larry Anglisano for AVweb and FLYING.


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