Delaware Coastal Airport is home to the Delaware Aviation Museum and the B-25, Panchito. The museum is dedicated to promoting the acquisition, restoration, safe operation and display of historic aircraft, preserving aviation history, and providing an educational venue for students and the community. The museum’s 10,000 square foot hangar houses a display of classic, vintage and military aircraft and aviation artifacts as well as an extensive reference library.
Delaware Aviation Museum Foundation’s unique B-25 flight training program recently provided an 84-year-old Air Force veteran a chance to relive fond memories of his 1950’s B-25 training. After six decades away from the airplane, Sid Ellner took the controls of the historic bomber once again. Learn more about Sid’s adventure.