The Yanks Air Museum
is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to exhibiting, preserving and restoring American aircraft and artifacts.
Chino facility and exhibits
The Chino facility of Yanks Air Museum houses the largest private collection of American WWII fighters and dive bombers in the world. The aircraft collection now numbers more than 160 aircraft and continues to grow, many are the last surviving examples of their kind. Yanks restores all aircraft to airworthy condition, in the restoration of these rare aircraft, only original factory specifications and materials are used.
The Chino facility encompasses under roof and covers . In addition to the display hangars, public access is permitted, on a supervised basis, to the main restoration hangar where historic aircraft can be seen in various stages of restoration, from bare fuselage to fully airworthy condition.
Aircraft displayed from the Inter-War period include the Ryan Brougham
, American Eagle A-101
and Swallow TP
Rare types on display from World War II
include the P-51A Mustang
, P-40 Warhawk
, P-38 Lightning
, P-47M Thunderbolt
, B-25 Mitchell
and F6F Hellcat
Work is now underway to create a second Yanks Air Museum facility in Greenfield, California
. The facility will include , the campus will be centered on the new museum facility. An active airport will support both museum flight operations and the private aviation needs... Read More