Museum Exhibits

San Diego Air & Space Museum

The original San Diego Air & Space Museum exhibit was dedicated May 6, 2000, and consisted of two display cases in the International Aerospace Hall of Fame. Spearheaded by the late Capt. Art Steck and funded by PSA pilots, this case was the first exhibit devoted to PSA in the museum.

Original San Diego Air & Space Museum Display case, 2000Original Air & Space museum display case 2

On September 27, 2003, a new exhibit was unveiled as part of the new Commercial Aviation section - Pacific Southwest Airlines: A California Phenomenon. The following pictures are taken from that exhibit. Many of the items shown here can be found elsewhere on the PSA History Page, however, images are included here to show them in context to the exhibit.

Air & Space Museum Exhibit IntroAir & Space Museum Exhibit Intro

Air & Space exhibit - 1940sAir & Space exhibit - 1950s

Air & Space exhibit - 1960sAir & Space exhibit - 1970s

Air & Space exhibit - 1980s

Air & Space exhibit case leftAir & Space exhibit case right

Air & Space exhibit uniforms

Air & Space exhibit cardAir & Space exhibit exhibit models

Air & Space exhibit latrineAir & Space exhibit latrine 2

Air & Space exhibit latrineAir & Space exhibit card 2

Flight Path Museum

The Flight Path museum, just south of LAX airport in the former Imperial Terminal, has some display cases devoted to PSA, with items donated by US Airways.

Flight path display case

Flight path wallFlight path exhibit #3