The Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame was founded on April 19, 1989, when Governor Joe Frank Harris signed into law the authorization for the establishment of the state's Aviation Hall of Fame in the Museum of Aviation at Robin's Air Force Base. Located just seven miles from I-75 in Warner Robins, GA, the museum is situated on a beautiful 51-acre site and includes over 100 aircraft, missiles, and cockpits in its collection.
It is the mission of the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame to promote and encourage the growth and public support of aviation within the state of Georgia by honoring aviation leaders, living and dead, whose extraordinary achievements or services have made outstanding and lasting contributions to aviation, perpetuating the memory of such persons and recording their contributions and achievements through suitable memorials.
The Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame is located at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Georgia. Our exhibit is in the Century of Flight Hangar.
For inquiries and or nominations, please contact the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame.
Phone: (478) 926-1958
Mailing: P.O. Box 2469, Warner Robins, GA 31099