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Innovations in Flight 2023 - Map
The map for the 2023 Innovations of Flight program at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. Visitors will enter through the Museum and take a required safety briefing, before exiting to the display aera. Immediately upon exiting the Museum there’s an area for water and snack sales. The map shows the path the visiting aircraft and emergency vehicles will be organized in outside the Museum, wrapping around the Museum to the right. Tips on the map suggest visitors stay to the right and do not touch aircraft without owner’s permission. As the path of aircraft wrap around the Museum, visitors will find Department of Defense and large aircraft. At the end of the path of aircraft, there’s picnic benches and a rest area, hot dog and drink sales. At the bottom of the map is a message that says “Made possible by: United Airlines.”
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