Well I have been to the Airline History Museum. It has a lot of stuff for being in a very small building. They also have quite a few older planes that they are restoring, and you can go in the passenger planes. If you get lucky like I did you will get to see the Connie start up its engines. They do this every once in a while just so she doesn't sit there not running. The things in the museum range from Charles Lindberg, and mail planes like he flew, to the flight attendants of the 50s and how strict the requirements were for them. My tour guide was on of the first FA
for TWA and she has some good stories to tell. It is a cool place to learn about the history of the airlines. I enjoyed it. Another reason it is cool is because it sits on the Kansas City Downtown Airport and you can go on its tarmac through the Museum without even being screened or checked by any security. I thought that was strange but I guess since it is not a very large airport you don't have to be screened to get on the tarmac.
Yes you can get inside the Connie!!
[Edited 2005-06-02 21:47:04]
Lonely in Deserted St. Louis.