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Travel Air Restorers Association

The Travel Air Restorers Association (TARA) is an independent, nonprofit organization, formed in 1990, dedicated to the preservation of Travel Air aircraft, their history, engineering drawings, related artifacts, photographs and documentation with the objective to keep these aircraft flying for today’s and future generations to enjoy and appreciate. To this end TARA will seek to promote the exchange of information and data among it’s members and the public through it’s newsletter, it’s website and through both national and regional Fly-In’s. Learn More

New items in Classified Section

We have added four new items on 2/19/2015

Modifications/Additions to the Web-Site

  • Whole Web-Site: We have converted all Flash animations to HTML5, so they can be viewed on Apple devices (and others) as of 10/11/2015
  • Home Page: We have added some information about the 2015 Travel Air Reunion (see details on the right) on 2/22/2015
  • Home Page: We have added an article about a partnership in Africa (see details on the right) on 2/22/2015
  • History: We have added a new section ‘Ads and Memorabilia’ on 2/22/2015
  • History: We have added a lot of new pictures in the ‘Historic pictures’ slideshow on 2/22/2015
  • What’s New: We have added pictures of Gary’s restoration on 2/22/2015
  • What’s New: We have added many new pictures of Jerry Impellezzeri’s aircraft on 2/22/2015
  • What’s New: We have added a few more pictures to Brian Meuser’s slideshow on 2/22/2015
  • What’s New: We have added an article and a few more pictures to Eric Berens’ Travel Air restoration on 2/22/2015

Travel Air News

  • New member Gary Roussopoulos of Watsonville

Gary, of Watsonville, CA has wanted for a while to purchase a Travel Air 2000 with a Curtiss

OX-5 or OXX-6 engine. A month ago he drove to northern Minnesota and purchased a project, a 1927 model 2000 NC1572, s/n 225. The project came with a OX-5 and a OXX-6 engine.