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News and Events

Special events are scheduled throughout the year in New Jersey. In addition, museums throughout the state feature aviation exhibits.

2015 International Aviation Art Contest
New Jersey artists aged 6 to 17 are invited to participate in the 2015 International Aviation Art Contest (pdf 744k). The 2015 theme is "World Air Games".

Artwork will be judged, at least in part, for its creative use of this year’s theme in relation to the aviation world. The contest is divided into state, national and international segments. The winners of the state contest competed nationally and finally, national winners competed internationally.

To enter the state competition, contestants must send in their entries which must be postmarked by Friday, January 23, 2015. Contest entries should be sent to:

Attention: Clare Mansfield
New Jersey Department of Transportation
Division of Aeronautics
1035 Parkway Avenue
PO Box 600
Trenton, NJ 08625-0600

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Contest brochure
(pdf 744k)

Past winners in New Jersey's Aviation Art Contest include:

  2014 2009 2004
  2013 2008* 2003  
  2012 2007 2002  
  2011 2006
  2010 2005    

*Contest not held in New Jersey or at the National Level

For additional information or questions, email or call 609.530.2900.

For a list of winners in the national and international contests, visit the NASAO web site and click on ‘aviation art contest’ in left column under 'Announcements' for National Level Winners, and Young Artists Contest Section of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale Web site for the International Level winners.

Aviation Event Calendar

For other information on aviation events in New Jersey and out-of-state locations, review NJ Aviation. The information is not guaranteed, so confirm dates as some events are canceled without notice.

 

Museums and foundations

From Teterboro in the north of the state to Rio Grande in Cape May County, New Jersey’s southernmost county, eight aviation museums tell about the history of flying in the Garden State.

The museums preserve more than 200 years of aviation heritage, from the famous Curtiss Wright J-5 Whirlwind Engine used by Charles Lindbergh, to space travel exhibits.

To find the museum you would like to visit and learn about its offerings and the days it's open, choose from this list.

Flight Log is an official NJDOT periodical. The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) has temporarily ceased publication of the Flight Log, an official NJDOT periodical. The newsletter is being reevaluated for purpose, content and format.

Articles in the newsletter may be reproduced without permission, but with a courtesy line.

To view past editions of the Flight Log, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available at our state Adobe Acrobat Access page.

 
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