June 13, 2012
Photo by Curt Yeomans
This March 15, 1937, Zeppelin flight schedule, on display at the National Museum of Commercial Aviation, is believed to be one of the last schedules printed that included the Hindenburg. The dirigible caught on fire and was destroyed during a landing in New Jersey nine days before flights on this schedule took place.
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Event’s ticket sales up from last year
Officials at the National Museum of Commercial Aviation are projecting that attendance at the little museum tucked away in a Forest Park shopping center will — pardon the pun — take flight this year.