HOUSTON - The Lone Star Flight Museum has unveiled the master plan to build a 130,000-sf museum at Ellington Airport.
The museum has been located in Galveston for 20 years and was renovated after damage from Hurricane Ike.
The new master plan includes a spring 2015 groundbreaking on the project that will reopen in 2016 at Ellington Airport.
Museum officials and patrons have already raised $25 million of the $35 million needed for the project that will include an enriched educational experience.
The new museum will feature examples of historic aircraft and will include a hands-on interactive learning environment for students, focusing on science, technology, engineering and math.
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