Save An Airliner, Inc. was formed during the later part of 2010 in an effort to save a Delta Boeing 727-200. This brought together many supporters that were interested in this possibility. Save An Airliner, Inc. was unable secure enough funding to make an offer on the 727.
Save An Airliner, Inc has been sitting for most of 2011 but the vision remains. We would like to offer an aircraft to visit air shows as a flying museum. This would give spectators an up close view of a commercial airliner. There are many opportunities to share the historical, current, and future aspects of commercial airliners in development and service. We would like to be a part of inspiring the next generation of aviation professionals.
Save An Airliner, Inc. would like to revive our attempts at making this possible. We are first restoring the website. We would then like to get supporters involved again with a slightly different approach. Having supporters like you will help make this project a reality for everyone.
Save An Airliner, Inc. is not seeking to financially profit from this effort. There will be costs that will ensure our safe operations, but a majority of this is based on volunteer time. We recognize how much your money means to you, especially in less than ideal financial times. The money involved is to be focused on saving our airline heritage.
Save An Airliner, Inc. was incorporated in Texas by the donations of a retired Delta Air Lines Captain and a Dallas lawyer that also has a PPL. Together they were able to give this entity a name and a chance at getting an aircraft flying. There are a handful of professionals that have generously offered their help with this project.
Please contact us if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.
Save An Airliner, Inc.