O'Shaughnessy, Margaret
March 2008
Interpretation Journal;Spring2008, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p10
The article offers information about the development of Foynes Flying Boat Museum in Ireland. The renovated museum has introduced a number of flight simulators, which allow children and adults to experience how to pilot a huge aircraft. A complete full-scale replica of the Yankee Clipper Boeing B314, a luxury aircraft, was installed in July 2006. The museum is dedicated to the history of flying and passenger travel.


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