Our world-famous collection started with one T-28 Trojan trainer Rod Lewis purchased in 1995. Rod’s growing squadron now musters 24 flying heroes, along with some of those they fought against. Like the almost mythic Glacier Girl P-38F, each has its own incredible story. See them here. Where legends live to fly another day.
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Cloud Dancing in the L-39
Make sure and take a moment to watch our newest video from the ‘Cloud Dancer’ series, featuring the Lewis Air Legends L-39C Albatros. Developed in the former Czechoslovakia during the 60s, the L-39 did not see full-scale production until late 1972. So soundly designed, the Albatros is still the most widely used jet trainer in the world, with more than 2,800 still in service with 30+ air forces worldwide. The Lewis Albatross was built in 1978 and ironically wears the paint scheme of the United States Navy Blue Angels.