“No pilot ever forgets his first airplane ride.” —Bill Kershner

Thomas W. Haas We All Fly celebrates the breadth and depth of general aviation and its deep impact on society. This gallery explores the many facets of general aviation, from sport to business to humanitarian, and introduces the variety of careers available in aviation. Aircraft featured in the gallery include the Aviation Specialties Unlimited Challenger III, Cirrus SR22, and the Lear Jet 23.

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Gallery 106
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A view showing the entrance to the gallery.

A view of the aircraft on display in We All Fly.

Preview the Exhibit Inside We All Fly What is General Aviation?
In this Exhibit Lear Jet 23 Object Cosmos Phase II Object Cirrus SR22 Object Bell 47B Object Fulton Airphibian FA-3-101 Object Aviation Specialties Unlimited Challenger III Object See more objects in this exhibit
What's in Your Garage? July 26, 2022 The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital July 25, 2022 Operation Migration July 26, 2022 The Age of the Bizjet July 25, 2022 African American Pioneer Dale White and the 1939 Goodwill Flight February 28, 2017

The Museum gratefully acknowledges those who have generously supported this gallery.

Thomas W. Haas Foundation

Gulfstream Aerospace/A General Dynamics Company

Craig L. Fleming

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