Passengers arriving at the Key West International Airport (sorry, but there are no international flights) are greeted by a full-size painting of our Conch Republic flag.
Piper Cub PA-11
Cessna 305C or referred to as the L-19 Bird Dog.
One of the highlights of the show was this restored Eastern Airlines DC-7B. Built by Douglas Aircraft in 1958, this 50 passenger airliner presents a wonderful look at what air travel looked like before jet engines and computers dominated the skies.
This Gulfstream G-1 is used by Aero Marti to transmit television signals daily to the people of Cuba.
1931 Stearman Speedmail
1943 North American SNJ-5 Texan
This is the last remaining WWII B-25H Mitchell Bomber still flying in the world today.
HC-144A Ocean Sentry stationed at the USCG station in Miami.
North American T-28 Trojan
Cessna 337 D-2 Twin Piston
The Cessna 206 StationAir from the Key West Seaplanes air service.
1940 Waco UPF-7 and a 1942 Waco UPF-7