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Old aircraft for new aviation museum

Old 10th Jan 2021, 01:05
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Old aircraft for new aviation museum

I am the leader of a new project called Bucharest Aerospace Museum. Search for it on Google to find out more about it. For the opening of this aviation museum, I am looking for sponsors or donors which can provide items, like old aircraft for static display or can help in any other way (financial, logistic) etc. Thank you.
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Old 10th Jan 2021, 07:33
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Mmm. Not a great pitch. Maybe if you are looking for donors, you could go a bit further in explaining your aims than, "Google it".

Just a suggestion.
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Old 10th Jan 2021, 08:05
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I remember this same pitch from almost a year ago, on several different forums.
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Old 10th Jan 2021, 08:19
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Come back post Summer 2021, I'm sure there will be plenty of European carriers who would be more than willing to offer you an abundance of aircraft before the repo man gets their hands on them
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Old 10th Jan 2021, 11:05
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Originally Posted by CessNah View Post
Come back post Summer 2021, I'm sure there will be plenty of European carriers who would be more than willing to offer you an abundance of aircraft before the repo man gets their hands on them
Exactly. It's still on. An aviation museum takes a couple of years to establish.

I'm not sure I will get my "hands on" something. Usually they are scrapped because museums can't afford to restore or maintain them. And usually they go back to the creditors, to recover their debt by the airlines.
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