Museums with Axis aircraft

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Sheldrake
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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Sheldrake » 12 Feb 2018 11:30

The air travel museum at Wernigerode Germany collection is purely post war. However, it does offer the visitor the chance to fly an Me109 simulator! http://www.luftfahrtmuseum-wernigerode. ... lator.html

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Alex Tijerina » 18 Feb 2018 04:23

"The air travel museum at Wernigerode Germany collection is purely post war. However, it does offer the visitor the chance to fly an Me109 simulator! http://www.luftfahrtmuseum-wernigerode. ... lator.html"


Web Site in not available. :( :(

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Sheldrake » 18 Feb 2018 11:52

Sorry I think this is the link - which I found via google in 2 secs http://www.luftfahrtmuseum-wernigerode.de/de/

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by Neuhof » 03 Jun 2018 18:00

Hi Sheldrake,
http://www.gillelejegruppen.dk/index.html
According to their information, the place is only open by appointment. Looking forward to go there soon.

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Re: Museums with Axis aircraft

Post by DC North West » 31 Jul 2019 12:34

The RAF Museum has moved the Axis Aircraft about, from Hendon to Cosford, for the reorganisation of Hendon. Worth checking the site first https://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/cosford/

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