One of the coolest airline museums you've never heard of

By Thom Patterson, CNNUpdated 26th August 2014
Take an inside look at the new flight museum at Delta Headquarters, and fly the 737 simulator
The Convair 880 flew "like a sports car — like a Porsche," said Capt. Frank Bottoms Sr., a retired Delta pilot.
The Convair 880 flew "like a sports car — like a Porsche," said Capt. Frank Bottoms Sr., a retired Delta pilot.
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The museum has the nose-to-wing section of the first Lockheed TriStar L-1011 -- serial number 1001 -- a model that saw its heyday during the 1970s and '80s.
The museum has the nose-to-wing section of the first Lockheed TriStar L-1011 -- serial number 1001 -- a model that saw its heyday during the 1970s and '80s.
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Delta rescued its gigantic sign from the wrecking ball at JFK's stylish Worldport terminal. It's "iconic and seemed to beg to be preserved," said Delta's Ashley Black.
Delta rescued its gigantic sign from the wrecking ball at JFK's stylish Worldport terminal. It's "iconic and seemed to beg to be preserved," said Delta's Ashley Black.
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