Vestaboard x flight path
The Flight Path Museum LAX has been preserving the history of aviation in Southern California and allowing the public to experience a close-up view of the airport experience without an airplane ticket. For over twenty years, people from all over the world have traveled back in time to the golden age of aviation. Our Museum, located in a former Airline Terminal Building at LAX has become a gathering location for aviation geeks but also regularly hosts airline C-Suite executives, Heads of State and other VVIP dignitaries.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization full volunteer organization we work with different aviation industry partners as well as Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), the operator of LAX to provide access to our unique portfolio of aviation historical artifacts, but also educational programs such as aviation scholarships and youth flight training.
Our partnership with LAWA allows the airport to host unique VVIP events at the Flight Path Museum including:
- Team Sport Events
- Sport Media Events
- Head of State VVIP Arrivals
- Airline Route Launches
- Aviation Media Events
We are certain that the addition of a Vestboard to the Flight Path Museum main gallery would garner significant attention and inquiries as to the manufacturer. With the 2026 World Cup and 2028 Summer Olympics coming to LA, the Flight Path is slated to be used for high profile media events. with significant exposure.
We would like to explore the possibility of obtaining a Vestaboard through a sponsorship that would be on display in the Main Gallery of the Museum with signage explaining the history of split flap boards at airports and an explanation of how Vestaboard is the heir to the Solari boards and some narrative documentation including a QR code call to action to your website.
Contact Museum president below
Please feel free to reach out to the Museum President, Jean-Christophe Dick using the form below or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)