Ever wondered about the aviation program at Ohio State University, or why an airport is named for Don Scott? Join us for a chat with Douglas Hammon, director of the Ohio State University Airport, to find out. Photos: Courtesy of Columbus Metropolitan Library, Ohio State University Airport, Ohio State University Archives
On this episode, we’re taking a look at a few things that move and have moved Columbus: aviation innovation at Ohio State University, the first concrete street in America, Heart and Sole — a nonprofit that gives children with disabilities a chance to race — a Columbus motorized carriage and more. Photos: Courtesy of Columbus […]
Next time, we’re taking a look at a few things that move and have moved Columbus: aviation, roads and running, motorized carriages and more. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday on WOSU TV!
Built in 1929, the original Port Columbus terminal building, as well as the Transcontinental Air Transport hangar, still stands at the airport (now John Glenn Columbus International Airport).
Curtiss-Wright Corp., which was the largest aircraft manufacturer in the U.S. during World War II, built a plant next to Port Columbus in 1941.