One of the sadest things for a die-hard aviation enthusiast is the moment, when his beloved aircraft has its fly-out. The normal end of an aircraft is even more sad: it is cut into pieces and recycled. Fortunately a few aircraft find their way in a museum, where they are stored and displayed for future generations. Most aircraft museum are just static, some, and these are for sure the most exiting ones, are living places of history. We are interested in both: in the exhibition hall as well as the flying circuit.
Unfortunately, we cannot put all our older articles and reviews into our Archive section but we have included some of the more exciting and thrilling shows. Have a look!
Central Air Force Museum
The Central Museum of the Air Force at Monino was founded in 1956 on a former military airfield in the outskirts of Moscow. Even ... reviewed by Rob Kysela
Museo Storico Aeronautica Militare
Italian art and architecture, Italian fashion and design, the excellent Italian cuisine as well as the entire Italian way of life - all this is ... reviewed by Rob Kysela
Central-Finnish Aviation Museum
What would one be doing on an ice cold, snowy winter day in Finland? Well, visiting an aviation museum! Some 175 miles north of ... reviewed by Robert Kysela
Vadim Zadorozhny Museum / Moscow
After a long rainy period I took advantage of a sunny day and its bright mixture of green, yellow and red autumn colors on the trees in Moscow ... review by Roman Bagrov
Patriot Park / Kubinka
For someone interested in Russian military aircraft, today they have the opportunity to visit numerous museums within Russia as well as some ... reviewed by Rob Kysela
Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre / UK
On Saturday August 27, 2022, I had the pleasure of visiting the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre in East Kirkby, Lincolnshire ... reviewed by Shawn Clish
Military Aviation Museum / Virginia Beach
For aviation enthusiasts, museums are important meeting places. Regardless of whether the interest relates to technical or historical issues ... reviewed by Rob Kysela