October 2, 2009

Atlanta Airline Collectible Show on October 17th!

Delta's retired 767-200 N102DA, known as "Spirit of Delta". (Photo by Eric Dunetz)

Delta's retired 767-200 N102DA, known as "Spirit of Delta". (Photo by Eric Dunetz)

The Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum will host its annual airline collectibles show on Saturday, October 17th. Dozens of vendors will be will be selling aviation goodies such as airplane seats, models, playing cards and more.

The event will run from 9am to 4pm and admission will be $5.00, with children under 12 admitted free with paying adult.

This event will be the only time of the year the the museum is open to the public, giving you a chance to see Delta’s retired 767-200 “Spirit of Delta” (reigstered N102DA), which was an aircraft purchased by Delta employees.

For more show information, please contact Greg Romanoski at [email protected] or (404) 715-7886.

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