It may have just been
a publicity gag but the heavylifters and diggers into the ground in this
1950’s picture featured on the Flight Path Museum at Los Angeles
International Airport website appears to leave the work of installing
airport signage up to some women.
what goes around as it is said, came around when Flight Path in late 2019
went centerstage at LAWA with a big “open house” party bash
that featured Deborah Flint, (left in photo) LAWA CEO, and Agnes
Huff, (right in photo) Flight Path Museum Board President in
the middle of all the action.
375 friends and supporters of Flight Path Museum were part of a gala event
dubbed “A Global Affaire.”
delivered the keynote address at the Flight Path 24th annual fund raiser.
is a wonderful celebration of not only LAX history but also as mentor
to the next generation.
last year more than $17,000 in competitive scholarships were awarded to
promising aviation and aerospace students.
Flint spoke of the gateway’s USD$14 billion modernization program
as guests toured the facility, enjoying a champagne reception and buffet.
from the gala benefit the museum’s mission of preserving aviation
and aerospace heritage and supporting educational programs to encourage
youth to pursue careers in the industry.
are most grateful to everyone, including our major supporters, who collectively
helped make our gala a great success,” Agnes Huff said.
We also owe
a major debt of gratitude to the many generous individuals, businesses
and organizations who supported us with tables, silent auction and raffle
of LA glitter at Flight Path’s 24th,” Agnes Huff declared.
the tug at the heart was attendance at the party by some folks from The
Flying Tigers Club in Los Angeles.
from World War II until 1980, before being acquired by FedEx during the
Stephen Wolf regime, Flying Tigers the all-cargo airline anchored its
global all-cargo operations at LAX.
about Flying Tiger Line history and current activities of FTL Club: Helena
Burke, Membership Director Flying Tigers Club. www.flyingtigersclub.org