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Felts Field hangar to include museum, aviation services

Spokane airport and business officials Thursday announced construction of a $2.8 million hangar at Felts Field that will house aviation services and a long-sought aerospace museum. A group of three businessmen involved in aviation in Spokane are building the 40,000-square-foot hangar, which will be known as Felts Field General Aviation Flight Center.

Military, aerospace museum seeks home at Felts Field

A prominent historic hangar at Felts Field that hosted a Veterans Day tribute ceremony Tuesday could become the new home of the Honor Point Military & Aerospace Museum. Tobby Hatley, president of the Honor Point board, said museum organizers have approached Spokane Airports with an interest in purchasing the historic Northwest Airlines hangar, next to the Felts Field terminal building, for the future museum.

Spokane’s nuclear hot spots

For an intense two weeks during the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962, a group of airmen working at underground nuclear missile sites near Spokane literally had their fingers on the buttons that could start a nuclear war. And now their stories are finally being told in “Secret Spokane – Center of the Cold War,” which opens at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture on Wednesday.

Getting There: Group aims to build museum at Felts Field

A nonprofit organization is gearing up for a campaign to create a new military and aerospace museum at Felts Field in northeast Spokane. The Spokane Airport Board recently approved a lease to allow construction of the museum on a 14,400-square-foot parcel on Rutter Avenue just west of the Felts Field terminal.