Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame


The Kentucky Aviation Hall Of Fame


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Chartered by the Commonwealth Legislature as Kentucky's official Aviation Hall of Fame, the Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame was established to recognize and enshrine those Kentuckians (and those with close ties to Kentucky) who have made significant contributions to the fields of aviation and aerospace.

From Matthew Sellers' 1908 flight in Carter County to Story Musgrave's 1993 NASA Shuttle flight to repair the Hubble Space Telescope, Kentucky has made vast contributions to aviation research, exploration and innovation - civilian, military and commercial.


You can now purchase a DVD copy of the 2011 Enshrinement for just $24.95
each which includes tax & shipping.
Several previous years are also available, contact us for more information.