What We Do 2

  • The 7th Ferry Command of the U.S. Army Air Corps occupied Hangar #5 from 1943 to 1946.

    The 7th Ferry Command of the U.S. Army Air Corps occupied Hangar #5 from 1943 to 1946.

  • A new control and communication tower was added to Hanger #5 in 1951, but later removed when an air traffic control tower was built.

    A new control and communication tower was added to Hanger #5 in 1951, but later removed when an air traffic…

  • Hangar # 5 is a prominent feature of this earlier aerial view of Bismarck Airport.

    Hangar # 5 is a prominent feature of this earlier aerial view of Bismarck Airport.

  • At one time hidden by an attached office building, the east face of Hangar #5 – and its sizeable windows – once again saw the light of day when an airport terminal was built and the office building was removed.

    At one time hidden by an attached office building, the east face of Hangar #5 – and its sizeable windows…

  • Bismarck Aero Center, a full-service aviation facility, has occupied Hangar # 5 since June 2008.

    Bismarck Aero Center, a full-service aviation facility, has occupied Hangar # 5 since June 2008.

  • The Bismarck Municipal Airport terminal was built in 1936 and is pictured here mid-winter.

    The Bismarck Municipal Airport terminal was built in 1936 and is pictured here mid-winter.

  • Conversion of Hangar #5 will provide ample space for aviation exhibits, such as the Flying Legends tour sponsored by Bismarck Aero Center.

    Conversion of Hangar #5 will provide ample space for aviation exhibits, such as the Flying Legends tour sponsored by Bismarck…

  • Mid-Continent originated a north-south route between Tulsa and Bismarck in 1939, discontinued service during World War II and resumed the route in 1946.

    Mid-Continent originated a north-south route between Tulsa and Bismarck in 1939, discontinued service during World War II and resumed the…