The Connecticut Aerospace Hall of Fame and Museum Inc.Connecticut Air and Space Center was founded by George Gunther in 1998 after the closing of the Stratford Army Engine Plant, in Stratford, Connecticut. Currently the Connecticut Air and Space Center occupies buildings 6 and 53 at the former Stratford Army Engine Plant complex.

The Connecticut Air and Space Center features displays and archives pertaining to the history of the Stratford Army Engine Plant. There are currently 14 aircraft on display and 8 engines that were built at the plant. The site sits on 8 acres and consists of 6 buildings, of which only 2 are operational. The site sits directly across Main Street from the Igor I. Sikorsky Memorial Airport in the town of Stratford, CT.

If you have further questions about the Connecticut Air & Space Center please email our director at CASC@ctairandspace.org. We always respond in a prompt and timely manner.


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