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The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire is collaborating with the Millyard Museum of Manchester and the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord.



The Aviation Museum of NH recently entered into an alliance with the Manchester Historic Association. From August 1st through October 1st, members of MHA will enjoy free access to the Aviation Museum, and NH Aviation Historical Society members will have reciprocal privileges at the Millyard Museum in downtown Manchester.
On display at the Millyard Museum during this period will be Aviation Museum's Northeast Airlines exhibit which debuted last year at the Belknap Mill in Laconia. The exhibit contains an extensive collection of memorabilia from Northeast Airlines during the years that it operated it's now-famous Yellow Bird flights from Manchester Airport to Florida.
In addition to the alliance with the Millyard, NHAHS has a similar arrangement during the month of August with the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord. Aviation Museum members will be entitled to free admission at the discovery center, and their members will have the opportunity to explore the Aviation Museum at no cost.
These cultural exchanges have already strengthened all three organizations and have provided their respective memberships with added value for their ongoing support.

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