‘Birthplace of Aviation’ To Get Hall of Fame To Celebrate Flight
Ohio is known as the “birthplace of aviation,” due to it being the native state of the Wright brothers. But unlike some other states, it doesn’t have a state aviation hall of fame. A dedicated group of aviation enthusiasts and supporters plans to change that.
Their goal: To transform the historic Port Columbus Airport terminal and control tower, opened in 1929, into the Ohio Air & Space (OAS) Hall of Fame and Learning Center.
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