On April 20, 2011 another exhibit reached the Estonian Aviation Museum – military jet trainer aircraft L-29 Delfin. Read more.
The season 2011 of the Estonian Aviation Museum was opened on April 30. The main event was the initial presentation and brief introduction of the military jet trainer aircraft L-29 Delfin on April 30 and May 1, both days at 13.00.
On 18.-19. September Tartu Aviation Days 2010 took place in Estonian Aviation Museum.See videos | See Gallery
On 08.03.2010 an Italian Starfighter F-104 arrived at the Estonian Aviation Museum.
From December 19th, 2008 the name of the museum is Estonian Aviation Museum
A development project "3rd Stage of Development of Aviation Museum" has been submitted to procedure. Total cost of the 3rd development stage is 49.5 million EEK Read more...
In 2008, the following exhibits arrived at the Museum: Saab J35J Draken, Saab J32E Lansen from Swedish Air Force Museum and An-2P from Latvia; at the beginning of 2009 F-104ASA Starfighter is to arrive from Italy.
In the summer of 2006 the museum obtained a training-study aircraft L-39 from Ukraine and a passanger aircraft T-134A from AS Tallinn Airport
On November 2005, the competition jury of Tartu Aviation College declared Tartu Aviation Museum (TAM) to be the winner of the competition "Achevement of the year in Estonian Aviation 2005". During the last year TAM made a considerable developmental jump in complementing its exposition.
At the beginning of December, a fighter MiG-23 and an attack fighter Su-24 arrived from Ukraine.
In the beginning of 2006, a training aircraft L-39 will arrive from Ukraine.
In the near future, the museum hopes to complement its exposition by a civil aircraft Tu-134A and the fighters Saab Draken 35, F-104 Starfighter and F-4 Phanton II.