• Warner-Curtiss aircraft lands at Wisconsin Capitol

    Posted on May 9th, 2009 John Dorcey 1 comment

    The 1/4 scale replica of the Warner-Curtiss aircraft arrived at the Wisconsin State Capitol yesterday, Friday, May 8, 2009. The aircraft and its accompanying educational exhibit is located on the second floor. The aircraft will remain on display through Friday, May 15th when it will depart for Beloit, Wisconsin, in time for EAA Chapter 60’s pancake fly-in breakfast on Saturday, May 16.

    Warner-Curtiss exhibit, Wisconsin State Capitol

    A hearing on Assembly Joint Resolution 37, proclaiming Wisconsin’s Centennial of Flight, will be held on Wednesday, May 13. The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10:00 am. Anyone interested in supporting the resolution is encouraged to register at Assemblyman Gary Hebl’s office, Room 120 North, in the capitol.

    The Warner-Curtiss aircraft will continue to travel around the state as part of WAHF’s Wisconsin Centennial of Flight celebration. Visit the WAHF website  for a complete list of exhibit locations and dates.


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