I went with friends. Everyone is a fan of aviation and the airlines I have flown in. Of course, I feel very intimate. Looking at those very ancient civil aviation planes, it seems to be back to the era when humans can just fly.
The security here is quite strict. You must register when you take Uber to enter the car park, and you must check your belongings before paying. The admission ticket is 15 dollars, the normal price. It shows several different types of aircraft, some of which have been retired, and introduces the development history of Delta, which is worth seeing.
Atlanta Airport is the world's largest aviation hub in terms of passenger traffic and the main operating base of Delta Airlines. Many aviation decorations are displayed at the entrance of the museum opened after 85 years of business operation. The design of the Boeing 757 landing gear embedded in the wall is very good. In addition, the prototypes of today’s aircraft decades ago are also displayed, including the cockpit of Convair’s first aircraft 880-22, which won the world’s fastest flight, and the aircraft of the Hollywood aircraft Tristar L-1011. Unique exhibits such as Wing, Delta DC-3 flight. The very distinctive knowledge display fits with the company’s own culture and is worth seeing
If you book this museum online, you can get a preferential price, and you don’t have to wait, and the ticket exchange is relatively simple, or you can exchange tickets on your mobile phone.
The Delta Air Lines Aircraft Exhibition Hall is located in the headquarters of Delta Air Lines in Atlanta. It introduces the history of Delta Air Lines, as well as the types of aircraft used, etc... Friends who like aircraft can check it out