My Dad was a Pan American pilot and used to transit through Gander; his signature is likely in the logbook on display in the museum. Walk through the displays and you walk through time - why and how the airport was built (in the middle of nowhere, strictly for an airport to support trans-Atlantic flights), information on the early aircraft, airlines, etc. And, long after the airport's glory years, a little display about how the airport and Gander hosted passengers from numerous airlines/airplanes who were forced out of the sky in the 9/11 crisis. It's small but it's interesting.
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