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Stay Local. Go Far.


The National Aviation Heritage Area (NAHA) is offering a Boarding Pass in partnership with the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Air Force Museum Foundation, WACO Air Museum, Armstrong Air & Space Museum, Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, Air Camp, Wright “B” Flyer, Champaign Aviation Museum, Carillon Historical Park, Grimes Flying Lab, and Aviation Trail's Parachute Museum. 

For a limited time, sign up for a free Boarding Pass and take advantage of discounts on rides, retail, flight experiences, and more. See a full list of participating sites below, or at  Get your pass today and fly when the time is right.   

Some museums and attractions have planned, or are planning phased in re-openings. Please check individual websites before you go to get up-to-date opening days and hours. Many museums and attractions are under reduced or delayed opening schedules.


The Boarding Pass is part of NAHA's regional tourism campaign, #StayLocalGoFar. Working with partner aviation sites and the Greater Grand Lake Region Visitors Bureau, Miami County Visitors and Convention Bureau, Greene County Visitors Bureau, Dayton Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Great Miami Riverway, the campaign focuses on visitors and residents within driving distance of our region's national story. In just hours, you can travel to the moon, discover the site of the world's first seaplane base on Ohio's only National Water Trail, and tour the world's largest military aviation museum. See other suggestions by following #StayLocalGoFar. 

The National Aviation Heritage Area is the recognized center of aviation heritage tourism and aerospace innovation, sustaining the legacy of the Wright Brothers. Our mission is to preserve and develop the assets in the National Aviation Heritage Area and promote the heritage and future of aerospace. 

See all of the attractions below:
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Go to this link for the National Aviation Heritage Area to get your boarding pass:

Print your boarding pass and write in your assigned “flight” number, and you’ll be ready to take off.

Boarding passes expire on September 1, 2020, so get your’s now and join the
 National Aviation Heritage Area’s “Stay Local. Go Far.” campaign.

Remember to check the attractions BEFORE embarking since open times are flexible.
Due to the uncertainty of COVID-19, sites are not guaranteed to be open by Sept. 1, 2020. 

Only one pass is required per group. Each pass may only be used at a site once. Entries are limited to one pass per email address.

The Aviation Trail Parachute Museum
is among the attractions on the list.

(Requires pre-scheduled docent guided tour. See boarding pass for details.)

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(Note: Re-opening date is currently pending).

Watch for an announcement on this website for the re-opening of the Aviation Trail Parachute Museum.

The museum is located on the second floor of the Aviation Trail Visitor Center / Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center which is operated by the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park. The re-opening date will be determined by the National Park Service. 

Visitor safety requirements (masks, distancing, capacity limits, etc.) will be based on National Park service safety and health guidelines in response to the COVID-19 precautions. These will be announced at the time the NPS opens the facility.

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