As often happens, I did not keep track of the names or heritages of most of the aircraft, so much of what I am posting is without specific comment. Many of the planes were suspended from the ceiling, including the following.
Others were featured because of their unusual design or history.
That included the above plane which, at 6.5 feet in length, is the world's shortest plane.
This final shot, below, is the only one I kept of the planes that were stationed outside.
Photographing aircraft in this setting had its challenges. For the most part, except for the above shot, the planes could not be isolated. Moreover, many of them were silvered in color which made it difficult to have them stand out from whatever backgrounds they were posed against.