“We had to build a cold storage hangar to house a lot of the artifacts and the aircraft...our focus now is to be able to rotate the exhibit, which we continue to do.”
- Roy Normen, NEAM Board of Directors
In 2010 the museum again needed more storage space for the growing collection of aircraft. A new 12,000 square foot storage hangar was built behind the museum, next to the Restoration Hangar. This building allows the New England Air Museum to switch out the aircraft on display in the main exhibit hangars, allowing visitors to see more of the extensive collection the museum has to offer.
Kim Jones, NEAM Board of Directors, discusses the importance of the 2010 Storage Hangar.