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Welcome To Estonian Aviation Museum

On the three floors of the museum building, on about a 450 m2 exposition area, one can see about 400 high-quality models of the aircrafts essential from the point of view of the aviation history.

On the open exposition field there are helicopters Mi-2 (obtained from Polish Air Forces), Mi-8 (obtained from the Estonian Border Guard Aviation Group) and Schweizer 300 (obtained from Estonian Aviation Academy), military jet trainer aircraft Aero L-29 Delfin, a propeller-driven "Wilga"-35 (obtained from the Estonian Defence League), a training aircraft TS-11 "Iskra", an attack-fighter Su-22M4, a fighter MiG-21 (all three obtained from Polish Air Forces), fighters JA Viggen 37, Saab J35 Draken and an attack-fighter Saab J32E Lansen (all three obtained from Swedish Air Forces Museum), a fighter Mirage IIIRS (obtained from Swiss Air Forces), a fighter MiG23 MLD,an attack aircraft Su-24 and a training-study aircraft L-39 (obtained from Ukrainian Air Forces), a fighter F-104 Starfighter (obtained from Italian Air Forces), an attack-fighter Jak-28PP, a training aircraft Hawk HW-326 (obtained from Finnish Air Forces), a passanger aircraft Tu-134A (obtained from AS Tallinn Airport) and An-2P (bought from Latvia).

 

About group visits please call beforehand
+372 502 6712
About group visits please call beforehand
+372 502 6712
  
The traditional big event Estonian Aviation Days 2016 will take place on 4.-5. June 2016 on the territory of Estonian Aviation Museum and in the air above it. The main organizers are Estonian Aviation Museum and Estonian Aviation Academy.
Estonian Aviation Days 2015 took place on June 6-7, 2015. See Facebook and media reflections in Postimees, TV3 news and and Kanal 2 starting from 5:00.